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Soul II Soul - Back To Life: The Collection (2015)

17-02-2015, 22:09
Music | Jazz | Soul | Funk | R&B

Soul II Soul  - Back To Life: The Collection (2015)

Artist: Soul II Soul
Title Of Album: Back To Life: The Collection
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: Universal Music
Genre: R&B, Soul, Funk, Acid Jazz
Quality: mp3 320 kbps / flac lossless
Total Time: 01:17:33
Total Size: 181 / 479 mb

01. Camdino Soul
02. Back To Life (However Do You Want Me) [feat. Caron Wheeler]
03. Keep On Movin'
04. Love Enuff
05. I Feel Love
06. Missing You
07. Love Come Through
08. Game Dunn
09. Represent
10. Dare To Differ
11. Move Me No Mountain
12. Happiness (Dub)
13. People
14. Universal Love
15. Fairplay
16. Zion

Led by producer/vocalist/songwriter Jazzie B., Soul II Soul were one of the most innovative dance/R&B outfits of the late '80s, creating a seductive, deep R&B that borrowed from Philly soul, disco, reggae, and '80s hip-hop. Originally featuring Jazzie B., producer/arranger Nellee Hooper, and instrumentalist Philip "Daddae" Harvey, the musical collective came together in the late '80s. The group had a residency at the Africa Centre in London's Covent Garden, which led to a record contract with 10, a subsidiary of Virgin. Two singles, "Fairplay" and "Feel Free," began to attract attention both in clubs and in the press.
Featuring the vocals of Caron Wheeler, Soul II Soul's third single, "Keep on Movin'," reached the U.K. Top Ten in March of 1989. Released in the summer of 1989, "Back to Life" also featured Wheeler and became another Top Ten hit. Soul II Soul released their debut album, Club Classics, Vol. 1, shortly afterward. The album was released in America under the title Keep on Movin'; both "Keep on Movin'" and "Get a Life" became substantial hits, propelling the album to double platinum status.
Wheeler left the group before the recording of the group's second album, Vol. II: 1990 - A New Decade. The album debuted at number one in the U.K., yet it caught the group in a holding pattern. Hooper soon left the collective, leaving Jazzie B. to soldier on alone. Hooper went on to work with several of the most influential and popular acts of the early '90s, including Massive Attack (Blue Lines), Björk (Debut and Post), Madonna (Bedtime Stories), and U2 ("Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me, Kill Me"). In 1992, Soul II Soul released Vol. III: Just Right, to both lukewarm reviews and sales. After the compilation Vol. IV: The Classic Singles, the group's next studio album, Vol. V: Believe, appeared in 1995.

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