Prestigious R & B label, CD was compiled from the Solar of the sound source has celebrated its 10th anniversary with the advent !! 2004 "Free Soul",, Toru Hashimoto who has worked on has created a trend of Cafe Music "Cafe Apres-Midi" series (suburbia) is, start the last 2005 years new series. Suitable for adult life style, sophisticated and urban and mellow taste was the axis, DRIVE music of the definitive edition specific compilation third series.
Silky mellow poetic sentiment and of urban and luscious sound, melts such comfort. Supple voice and sentiment, sensual & Sensitive aroma drifting ongoing soul music in smooth. From exquisite cover of Marvin Gaye / Stevie Wonder / Michael Jackson / Sade / Beyonce, post di Angelo - Robert Glasper generation people in the know that has passed through the Neo-Soul by masterpiece group, Yuku melts on the night of Shijima a romantic night cruise-bedroom Soul jazzy & until the heart warm standard interpretation, gem competent Give a Free Soul is "2010s of Urban Sweet" on the theme!
Stylish colorful invites to a sweet dream, modern Urban Groove Music!
Box set, celebrating its 20th anniversary this year of "Free Soul," a popular compilation series that focus on soul music songs mainly taken from the 1970's.
Stephen Ashe, an upper class alcoholic defense attourney, successfully defends local mobster Ace Wilfong in a murder case. After his daughter Jan Ashe breaks her engagement to polo player Dwight Winthrop and starts an affair with Wilfong, she finds that the liason is not easily severed when she wants out. Winthrop earns Miss Ashe's true affections by killing Wilfong to break his grip on her. Now the question is, can Stephen Ashe save Winthrop with an impassioned defense speech to the jury?
Goin' Up In Smoke is the eighth album by former Temptations vocalist Eddie Kendricks. It was released in September 1976 on the Tamla imprint of Motown Records
18 track Japan compilation cd featuring the best of Clarence Avant's record label Tabu Records
An R&B vocal group from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA, the Joneses were typical of the vocal group renaissance of the early 70s, recording in the soft-soul mode that featured a falsetto lead, pretty harmonies and fully orchestrated arrangements.