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Noel Gourdin – City Heart, Southern Soul (2014)

2-10-2014, 06:41
Music | Soul | R&B

Noel Gourdin – City Heart, Southern Soul (2014)

Artist: Noel Gourdin
Title Of Album: City Heart, Southern Soul
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Shanachie
Genre: R&B, Soul
Quality: MP3 CBR 320 kbps
Tracks: 10
Total Time: 00:38:46
Total Size: 98 MB

01. Noel Gourdin - Spotlight Lovin' (03:39)
02. Noel Gourdin - Foxxxy (03:45)
03. Noel Gourdin - Heaven Knows (03:56)
04. Noel Gourdin - Photography (03:58)
05. Noel Gourdin - Patience (03:32)
06. Noel Gourdin - Come Over (03:54)
07. Noel Gourdin - Don't You Wanna (03:45)
08. Noel Gourdin - No Worries (04:18)
09. Noel Gourdin - Can't Wait (feat. Avery Sunshine) (03:30)
10. Noel Gourdin - I Want You (Regardless) (04:26)

Soul crooner Noel Gourdin is a fan of powerful music with potent messages. Influenced by iconic voices like Marvin Gaye, Otis Redding and Johnny Taylor, Gourdin has learned a thing or two about crafting songs that speak to the heart, mind and soul.

Today, the young singer releases his new album City Heart, Southern Soul, via Shanachie Entertainment/Top Notch Music, in which Noel says harnesses the true essence of soul music, while at the same time expands its boundaries. “This album is a reflection of all the great soul artists of the past that inspired me to make retro-relevant records. I strived to stay true to the organic and authentic feel that I’ve always wanted my music to encompass.”

Lead by his powerful performance on the heartfelt single “Heaven Knows,” the 10-track album also features standout songs “FOXXXY” and “Don’t You Wanna,” which was featured on VH1’s Love and Hip Hop – Atlanta.


Originally from the South — Mississippi, to be exact — soul and R&B singer Noel Gourdin honed his skills in Brockton, MA, and by the age of 24 scored a deal with Sony and had his first album in stores. His first exposure to the vocal arts came in church, and he was introduced to the larger canon of soul music by his father (who introduced him to the classics, such as Otis Redding) and his brother (who turned him on to the sounds of new jack swing). As a high-school student in the Boston-neighboring Brockton, Gourdin performed in talent shows and did work (and shows) for the Boys and Girls Club. With his work as a performer and role model to draw from, Gourdin signed a management deal with Stalin Entertainment in 2002. A 2004 request by Kay Gee to have Gourdin contribute a track to the soundtrack of The Cookout (the song "Family Reunion" was Gourdin's contribution) led to Gourdin exploring new musical territory, which would result in a large portfolio of songs ready to go. A meeting with Sony Urban in 2005 led to a summer showcase, which in turn led to a deal for the singer to start recording for the label. His debut, After My Time, was released in 2008.

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