Mindblowing work from the Soul Unsigned series – only three volumes old, but already one of the best sources we know for tapping into the Neo Soul underground! As with the previous two sets, the quality level here is very high – music of the sort that really keeps us digging for hip soul sets from the contemporary scene – not the bigger-name artists that always get foisted to the top of the charts, but the independent ones who are still strongly dedicated to making music that really matters! As the title indicates, the artists here are all unsigned – working without any bigger label contracts – which makes it even more amazing when you hear the set, and realize that they've hit top-shelf sounds while working on their own – a great reminder that, amidst the layers of management and "handling" some singers may get, in the end it's still the artist that really matters. Titles include "Time Of Your Life" by Tyrone, "Freaky" by Excellent Gentlemen, "Next To Me" by Cool Million, "Fire" by Jally, "Amber Lady" by Roman Andren, "Love" by The Constituents, "Get Up" by Unified Tribe, "Music" by J Stever, "You've Changed" by Richard Alexander Davis, "Delightful Jazz" by Daniel Nelson & Mark Drummond, and "Give Love A Chance" by Candycream. © 1996-2015, Dusty Groove, Inc.
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