This guy”™s voice pretty much rocks my world. Plus, most of his lyrics are awesome and safe, so I don”™t feel like I have to audit through the entire CD reading and listening for things that will offend my class…a big time saver. His style is best described as “Bayou Soul”, which translates to a combination of funk, blues, R&B, rock and pop.
The artist I am talking about is Marc Broussard, and my Friday Favorite song is, ” Inner City Blues (Make Me Wanna Holler)”, originally by Marvin Gaye. I love, and have used, both versions. It makes the best “feel like moving” flat. I have an avid cyclist that simply cannot help himself when this song comes on - he just has to move on his bike, and move he does. Someday he and I are going dancing! Here are both Marc and Marvin performing ”Inner City Blues”. The cadence is 90. Marc”™s CD version (SOS: SaveOur Soul), is 5:14 and Marvin”™s is off the Zodiak CD is 5:29.
As always, I want to call out other great songs on Marc”™s SOS: Save Our Soul CD:
“Yes We Can, Can” ( It”™s just a great party feeling flat ) 90 rpm, 4:39.
“Come In From the Cold” 90 rpm, 3:50
“Love and Happiness” 100 rpm, 4:38
“Respect Yourself”( A nice re-make) 60 rpm, 4:30
“Let the Music Get Down in Your Soul” 64 rpm, 3:50
“You Met Your Match” 60 rpm 2:39
Enjoy and happy May Day!
And here's your free tracks for this week.
- ICI Podcast 143 – Meet Coach Kenji Freedman - September 27, 2023
- ICI Podcast 361 Life Time Fitness Takes Rhythm & Movement Classes Mainstream with AMP Cycle - September 18, 2023
- More observations from our students - September 9, 2023