Neo Soul — CDs

XThe best of the contemporary soul underground -- Eric Roberson, Ed Motta, D'Angelo, Incognito, Jose James, Monday Michiru, and many more!

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✨✧ Maysa (Maysa Leak)Maysa ... CD
Blue Thumb, 1995. Used ... Just Sold Out!
The soulful vocalist of Incognito strikes out on her own – serving up an excellent debut LP! This one's got a bit more of a modern R&B approach than the jazzier work of Incognito – but still stays in the hip London soul mode, thanks to some great production work by Ray Hayden of Opaz! Maysa's voice is incredible – running up to the heavens, and dipping deep in that wonderful way she has, to make the songs bottom out with a heck of a lot of feeling. Titles include "Peace Of Mind", "Goodbye Manhattan", "JFS", "Let It Go", "Sexy", "Black Heaven", and "What About Our Love?". CD
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✨✧ Nuspirit HelsinkiNuspirit Helsinki ... CD
Guidance, 2002. Used ... $3.99
A stunning full length CD from Nuspirit Helsinki – far more soulful than any of their earlier singles, with a unified feel that we never expected, and a solid sound that will keep us coming back to this one for years! The record's infused with strands of recent work from London and the Compost crew – but it's also got a far deeper quality, a rich selection of textures and moods, delivered by a range of different lead vocalists, and filled in by some occasional touches of jazz. Titles include "Honest", "Subzero", "Trying", "Circular Motion", "Skydive", "Montano Roja", "Seis Por Ocho", and "I Wonder". (New Grooves, Neo Soul) CD

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✨✧ Myles SankoForever Dreaming ... CD
Legere (UK), 2014. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Timeless soul and funk from London-based singer Myles Sanko! Sanko had been a rising talent for a few years, serving as a guest vocalist with funk combo Speedometer and others on the European scene, and he really steps out strongly on his own here. There's a richly melodic vibe that's pretty wonderful – and that gives it an emotional, deep soul resonance, without sacrificing the gritty working band feel that we love some much about modern day funk. He's backed by a strong 8 piece combo throughout, and the titles include "Forever Dreaming", "Light In My Hand", "Shooting Star", "My Inspiration", "So Much Indeed", "To My Surprise", "Save My Soul", "Lonely Dreamers", "Take A Look At Me Now", "Take A Look At Me Now" and more. Includes 2 bonus tracks: "Where We Need To Be" and an instrumental version of "To My Surprise". CD

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✨✧ VariousNew Soul Woman ... CD
Expansion (UK), Late 90s/Early 2000s. Used 2CD ... Out Of Stock
A wonderful overview of contemporary female soul – none of it commercial, and nearly all of it from the mighty Expansion family of labels – home to some of the hippest Neo Soul around! Work here is from both American and overseas sources, and although a few tracks are issued under the name of a male artist, they also feature a female singer taking on a key lead vocal for the cut. 2CDs and 30 tracks in all, with titles that include "Stay With Me" by Steve Harvey with N'Dambi, "Joy From That" by Tonia Smith, "Same As I Ever Was" by Adriana Evans, "That's What Love Can Do" by Yvonne Shelton, "Love Will Get Us Through The Times" by Preston Glass with Latoya London, "Closure" by Maysa Leak, "Shine" by Aja, "Let's Not Lose" by Kloud 9 with Karen Bernod, "Good News" by Noel Elmowy with Erana Mei Leef, "Is It Love" by Brigette, "Out Of Luck" by Jackie Campbell, "Sensual Loving" by Nicole Jackson, "Blew My Cool" by Eleana Young, "Vanilla Tree" by Gwendolyn Joy, and "I Can't Let You Go" by Steve Harvey with Ledisi. CD

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✨✧ Deborah JordanLight ... CD
Futuristica (UK), 2009. Used ... Out Of Stock
A fantastic full length set from Deborah Jordan – a singer we know mostly for her wonderful work with Silhouette Brown on an album that was one of our favorites from the London scene a few years back! This set has all the cosmic crackles of Jordan's previous work with Dego & Kaidi Tatham – no surprise, given that she gets help on the album from Atjazz, Don Ray, Jneiro Jarel, and Simbad – each of whom take a crack at production, and help ensure that Deborah's vocals get the right dose of snapping beats, spacey keys, and sweet electric touches! And despite the range of producers, there's a really unified feel to the record – a deep soul that emanates strongly from Jordan's lyrics, tying the whole thing together beautifully. Titles include "Home", "Future Calling", "Get Through", "Want It Back", "Brought To Life", "Slipping Away", "One", "Want It Back", and "Get Through". CD
 
 
 



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