A series featuringthe cream of soul music from
Peebles's s vast I ibrary of classics, from the fifties onwards. The programme hears everything from
Aretha Franklin to Luther
Vandross and showcases two smoochy ballads each week in the regular romantic strand, the Quiet Storm.
Last in a series which spins from Weller's personal collection of soul, jazz and R'n' 45s. 6: A roundup of both well-known and obscure artists waxes enthusiastic for soul singers
Bill Withers , William Bell , Darrell Banks and Otis Leavill as well as instrumentalists
James Booker and Les Cooper.
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