In The Spotlight

Decosta Boyce – “Place I’ve Made”

This Hertfordshire-born UK singer is no stranger to the soul scene. He’s performed as background singer with the likes of Adele and Beverly Knight, but also supported Jazmin Sullivan, Alexander O’Neal and Leela James. Currently he’s on tour with 70s funkateers Heatwave. So it was high time that he released his own soul stylings to the musical world.

His latest single is about finding places that make you happy or where you feel most peaceful. It has a classic Motown feel, with a contemporary twist. With a funky beat, delicate soul guitar, rich brass bridge and his skillful, vintage-sounding vocals, this single feels like an instant classic.

From his album “Electrick Soul” (2017):

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Music History

Yazz – “Treat Me Good”

Only released as a single (1990):

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New Music

Saving Forever – “Million Ways”

This is the second single of Chicago-based band Saving Forever:

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Birthday Song

Survivor – “Is This Love”

Happy birthday to Mr. Jimi Jamison of Survivor, who is 66 today.

From their album “When Seconds Count” (1986):

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Music History

The Cool Notes – “Make This A Special Night”

Only released as a single (1991):

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New Music

Martine McCutcheon – “Any Sign Of Life”

From her album “Lost And Found” (2017):

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