SoulMusic Records

LITTLE ANTHONY: 2020 SoulMusic.com Interview

Very few classic soul artists can claim six decades of recording! The legendary Little Anthony - who first came to prominence in 1956 with "Tears On My Pillow" and known for many hits with The Imperials (such as "Goin' Out Of My Head") has a new digital release on SoulMusic Records, produced by Preston Glass and co-written by Thom Bell. Renowned writer Kevin Goins talks to Anthony about that and so much more...

THE STYLISTICS: LOVE IS BACK IN STYLE (SoulMusic Records/Warner X)

THE STYLISTICS, justifiably considered one of the premier vocal groups in the world of classic soul recorded the LOVE IS BACK IN STYLE album in 1994 with award-winning producer/songwriter and music man Preston Glass. SoulMusic Records in association with Platinum Garage Records is proud to announce its worldwide digital release via Warner X

CLIF PAYNE: TOO (SoulMusic Records/Warner X)

SoulMusic Records in association with Platinum Garage Recordings proudly presents "Too," the sophomore album by renowned singer/songwriter Clif Payne, featuring duets with Freda Payne and the UK Top 10 soul charted single, "Get Up, Get Busy". Produced by Preston Glass & Larry Batiste, distributed digitally worldwide via Warner X

PHILLIP BALLOU: Ain't Nothing Like The Love (SoulMusic Records/Warner X)

The latest SoulMusic Records (SMR) Digital release, distributed by Warner X, features the soulful vocals of the late Phillip Ballou - known many years as a studio and touring vocalist with the legendary Luther Vandross... Originally planned as Phillip's first solo single back in 1979, this upbeat Philly soul-flavored groove is finally gaining its first digital release worldwide...

DAVID SANBORN: ANYTHING YOU WANT - The Warner-Reprise-Elektra Years (1975-1999) 3CD (SoulMusic Records/Cherry Red)

On July 30, David Sanborn turns 75-years-old while 2020 additionally marks the 45th anniversary of his debut LP as a leader. ANYTHING YOU WANT: THE WARNER-REPRISE-ELEKTRA YEARS (1975-1999) salutes Sanborn by taking a deep dive into the 17 albums he recorded as a solo artist within the highly impressionable 25-year period he was earning a reputation for world alto saxophone dominance. From Taking Off (Warner – 1975) to Close-Up (Reprise – 1988) through Inside (Elektra – 1999).

LARRY GRAHAM: CHILLIN' (SoulMusic Records/Warner X)

Distributed by X5/Warners, SoulMusic Records in association with Platinum Garage Recordings is proud to present CHILLIN', an 11-track album by the legendary Larry Graham which was originally recorded some 30 years ago and are now seeing the light of the day.  While known for his pioneering work as a bassist (which brought him international fame as the leader of Graham Central Station), Larry's baritone vocal style propelled his solo success with "One In A Million You" and "Just Be My Lady" in the early '80s: CHILLIN'  picks up where his '80s albums left off, showcasing Larry's elegant and l