Soul Sessions Vol 2 (Discontinued) by Joss Stone
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Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed
Grammy award winner Joss Stone's Stone'd Records label has joined forces with the label that first signed her, S-Curve Records, for the long-awaited follow up to her massive 5 million selling debut 2003 album The Soul Sessions. The eleven covers include deep cuts such as "For God's Sake) Give More Power To The People" (originally recorded by the Chi-Lites), "The Love We Had" (The Dells), "Pillow Talk" (Sylvia), "While You're Out Looking for Sugar" (The Honey Cone), first US single "The High Road," a stone-cold soul makeover of the Broken Bells' cult hit, and many more.
Stone reunited with S-Curve's Steve Greenberg in early 2012 for a series of electrifying sessions in Nashville, with a stellar cast of musicians including Ernie Isley, Delbert McClinton, original Muscle Shoals Swamper Clayton Ivey, and others. The resulting album showcases a young woman at the height of her vocal powers. Ten years on from the original album, which was recorded by Stone at the tender age of 15, there is undoubtedly a new level of maturity in evidence on this set, a stunning exercise in vocal poise, passion and power.
1. I Got the Blues
2. (For God's Sake) Give More Power to the People
3. While You're Out Looking for Sugar
4. Sideways Shuffle
5. I Don't Wanna Be With Nobody but You
7. Stoned Out of My Mind
8. The Love We Had (Stays on My Mind)
9. The High Road
10. Pillow Talk
11. Then You Can Tell
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