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Will You Remember The 1st Of An EWF "September" 2016 To Get Your Brand New "Soul Survivors" CD Album On Expansion Records?

Exciting news “For those who like to groove” like Raydio. You can now pre order your personal copy of the forthcoming “Soul Survivors” album on Expansion Records due for release 1st September 2016. This can be done via The Soul Survivors Magazine website shop for £11.99 (£9.99 + £2 postage) including postage total if you are in the UK. The postage charges vary if from Europe and international countries so please check the information provided in the shopping cart. Compiled with universal love like Tom Browne by “Yours Truly” Fitzroy Facey, here below is the review as printed in the current issue 65 of The Soul Survivors Magazine for August & September 2016. These tasty  Arthur Conley “Sweet Soul Music” musical treats like Opal Fruits, are made to make your mouth water. Click the image below which takes you directly to pre purchase your copy or copies.

Celebrating the magazine’s 10th anniversary, check out these contemporary underground jazz funk, disco and boogie productions, from some of the well respected artists, interviewed during the publications decade legacy. With more staying power than ‘Ever Ready’ or ‘Duracell’ batteries Fatback Band’s funky ‘Get Your Head Out The Phone’, Leroy Burgess’s ‘Heaven’, and Beggar & Co’s covered Kool & The Gang’s classic ‘Open Sesame’, make their debut on this CD. The absolute album exclusive, is Louise Pollock’s amazing vocal cover of Aquarian Dream’s ‘You’re A Star’. Shalamar collaborate on Steve Silk Hurley, DJ, Skip and Shane D’s disco house remix ‘Don’t Go’. Representing the UK is Yam Who’s ‘bassically” undeniably jazz funky, remix of Incognito feat Carleen Anderson’s ‘Show Me Love’ and The Pasadenas lesser known but exquisite ‘Round & Round’. Worth checking is Soul People’s awesome version of Roy Ayers’s ‘Our Time Is Coming’ and the albums only instrumental Nu Era’s ‘Beta Days’. Dome Record’s Angela Johnson and Eric Roberson contribute to the USA jazz funk fusion elements and wait until you hear some amazing Macedonian jazz fusion soul from Vladimir Cetkar. These alluring tunes were handpicked for you fellow soul survivors so please ‘Grab It’ like The Olympic Runners (Bad Tune!) whilst you can. Don't forget to click the image below which takes you directly to pre purchase your copy or copies.


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