Soul Romantix Volume
Two is the second in
LocoBop’s series of southern soul music perfect for romantic
moments, performed by some of the greatest interpreters of the
art form called soul.
Rock & Roll Hall of Famer
(“The Ice Man”) contributes one of
his classics to this set: “Make It Easy On Yourself.”
(“If Loving You Is Wrong) I Don’t Want to be Right” has been an
anthem for secret lovers; he adds another theme here with “Let’s
Steal Away to the Hideaway”.
remembered for “Drift Away,” regrets a past mistake “Right About
Now.” SHIRLEY BROWN
shot to fame with “Woman
to Woman;” wiser now, she wants to “Leave The Bridges
WILSON, rightly dubbed
“The Queen of Beale Street,” proves herself worthy of the crown
with “A Song For You”.
deliver a sterling version of one of their hits, “It’s a
Terrible Thing.” New Orleans native
goes to church to pledge
“I’ll Be Here For You” to the man she loves.
treatment of Homer Banks’s “It Makes
Me Wanna Cry” is a reminder of what we lost when Hudmon died
relatively young. New Orleans showman
works his magic on the Louisiana
standard “Elvina”. J.
BLACKFOOT scored over 15
Top Tens with the Soul Children, and here he’s at his most
romantic with “Sunshine Lady”.
reminds us why he was so successful
charting his solo path in the 1970s with this rendition of “If I
Don’t Love you”.