New music for 2015 .....  I don’t know what accounts for the nine years that lapsed between Carol Riddick’s stunning debut, Moments Like This, and her excellent follow up, Love Phases. But then too, I kinda do. It’s probably the story of funding issues and life issues. But mainly funding, or trying to muster up enough cash to ensure that Love Phases is a record that conforms to the Philly native’s creative vision. Admittedly, I’m just speculating.

Listening back to her 2006 roll out, I’m sure that plenty of Riddick fans expended all the patience that they could muster as they waited for the sequel, and their patience has been rewarded with the solid sophomore effort, Love Phases. This new project reveals that Riddick possessed the confidence in her ability as an artist to make the kind of subtle yet noticeable changes that always carry the risk of alienating long-time fans without any assurance that she will be able to replace them with new ones. More at soultracks
Happy Birthday today to singer Alicia Keys... Born in 1981, in New York, Alicia Keys began piano lessons at age 7. After graduating from the Professional Performance Arts School, she signed a deal with Clive Davis, the head of Arista Records. Davis left Arista to start J Records and Keys followed. Her debut album Songs in A Minor (2001) went platinum five times over and earned her five Grammys. She followed up with hit albums such as The Diary of Alicia Keys (2003), As I Am (2007) and Girl on Fire (2009), all of which won the artist Grammys.
Victory!! A Florida judge has ordered Ft. Lauderdale police to stop arresting people for feeding the homeless. Last month, 91-year-old veteran Arnold Abbott made national headlines after being arrested twice for feeding the homeless, something he has done for 20 years. Share if you agree feeding the homeless should never be illegal.

Playlist for Sunday 25-01-2015

Hour One
Intro - Ribbon in The Sky
Jagged Edge - Trying To Find Words
Grover Washington Jr - Jamming
Keyshia Cole - Heaven Sent
Kenny Lattimore What Must I Do
Maysa - Pouring Rain
A Few Good Me - Tonght
Jeniqua - Making Love
Tyrone Davis - I Can't Wait
Leroy Hutson - Paradise
Carmen Hendricks - Cat 3
Gwenith Paltroe/Babyface - Just My Imagination

Papik x3
1 Family Affair 2 I Feel Alive
3 Let The Music Play

Calvin Richardson - Home In A Minute
Joe - Baby
Aretha Franklin - Wonderful
Sara Devina - Take Me Home
Maze - Call On Men
Carrie Lucas - Hello Stranger
Wornell Jones - Must Have Been Love
Curtis Mayfield - You're S Good To Me

Papik's Biography:

Papik (Itallian Band) is a musical project born from an idea of the arranger and composer Roman Nerio Poggi, author and producer ranging from pop to nu-jazz , from Bossa Nova to the Soul and that has worked among others, with Mario Biondi in album Handful of Soul as a co-author of the song Gig and I Love You More which appears as the author of the songs and Rebirth Monlight in July, is also an arranger in the song that gives the title track I Love You More . The choice of name Papik originates from a nickname given to small Nerio from the mother, that after seeing the scene of the birth of the baby in the film Papik of Nicholas Ray White Shadows, noticed the similarity between the two. In 2009 he published the debut album Rhythm of Life Irma Records that contains the single Staying For Good sung by Alan Scaffardi '.

The Song was a great success and is transmitted in heavy rotation by the biggest national radio networks (Radio Deejay, Radio Capital, Radio Monte Carlo, Radio 105, Radio Rai etc.) In May of 2012 was released the second album Music Inside preceded by the single The Puzzle Of Life sung by Ely Bruna that is chosen by Gallardagalante, a well-known fashion line made ​​in Japan for the spot of the new advertising campaign. The album is distributed in Japan and was a great success. The song Sign Of Your Love sung by Alan Scaffardi, helps to confirm the internationality of the project Papik, becoming the title track of the new album of the Australian singer Jason Donovan recently built and distributed worldwide by Polydor Records. The fame of Papik in the land of the Rising Sun led them to play in the temple of international jazz Blue Note in Tokyo . In the same year, collaborated with the legendary British band Matt Bianco in their last cd Hideaway arranging two songs, Too Late for Love and Kiss the Bride. More at wiki

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