Soulfinger is the two-man production team behind Life, Love & Passion, which is a compilation of ’60’s and ’70’s R&B covers by contemporary artists. They have assembled Leela James, Syleena Johnson, Truth Hurts, Angela Johnson, Anthony David, Martin Luther, Joi, Teedra Moses, Kathy Sledge and a host of others to give their take on classics like Stevie Wonder’s “All I Do.” The project is designed to be a luxury piece for a limited number of collectors as there will be no digital distribution. The Kickstarter campaign for the project is running until April 12th and you can visit the official site to see and hear video clips of the artists working in the studio.
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A review of Leela’s new album My Soul is on the way.
Leela Jame’s last album Let’s Do It Again was a collection of covers. The end result was OK but not as inspiring as a voice as strong as hers needs to be. Hopefully her new deal with Stax and the upcoming My Soul at the end of May will correct the obscurity of her profile and bring deserved attention to a lady who’s been called a great singer by James Brown