Soul Capital From The Capitol Vaults

Kandace Springs on the rooftop of the Capitol building
I went down to the vaults from Capitol and affiliated labels, like Blue Note, EMI, Stateside, Liberty and United Artists again.

Beautiful singer Kandace Springs (picture) is one of the upcoming flag bearers of Capitol/Blue Note. About two years ago Kandace Springs sat down at the piano at Capitol Studios and sang an impassioned version of Bonnie Raitt’s ‘I Can’t Make You Love Me.’ Stunned by her arrangement and performance, Blue Note Records President Don Was offered her a record deal on the spot, after hearing only one song. Prince heard her cover of the Sam Smith song ‘Stay With Me’ online and asked her to perform at Paisley Park on the weekend celebrating the 30 year anniversary of ‘Purple Rain’. Kandace is working on her debut solo album with some big names, like abovementioned Don Was and Eli Wolf (Norah Jones) for quite some time now. For some reason the release must have been postponed, because it was announced for 2015.

Tracklist:

Mystic Merlin – Just Can't Give You Up (1980)
St. Germain – Rose Rouge (2000)
Norah Jones – Chasing Pirates (2009)
Kandace Springs – Forbidden Fruit (2014)
Shirley Bassey – Light My Fire (1970)
Timi Yuro – It’ll Never Be Over For Me (1968)
Reggie Garner – Hot Line (1971)
Gary Bartz – Shake Your Body (1978)
Eddie Henderson – Prance On (1978)
Minnie Riperton – Dancin' & Actin' Crazy (1979)
Hot Chocolate – So You Win Again (1977)
Earl Klugh – Keep Your Eyes On The Sparrow (Baretta's Theme) (1977)
Irma Thomas – Long After Tonight Is All Over (1964)
Buddy Rich Big Band – The Beat Goes On (1967)
Perry Ribiero & Bossa Tres – Deus Brasiliero (1965)
Gene Harris & The 3 Sounds – Your Love Is Just Too Much (1971)
Bobby Lyle – Magic Ride (1977)
Brass Construction ‎– Ha Cha Cha (Funktion) (1976)
Ike & Tina Turner & The Ikettes ‎– I Want To Take You Higher (1970)
Cornelius Brothers & Sister Rose – Treat Her Like A Lady (1972)
Dean Parrish ‎– I'm On My Way (1967)
Jack Costanzo – Bongo Lesson (1960)
Nancy Wilson ‎– The End Of Our Love (1968)


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