DJ Profile
r&b/urban music online from A Bowl Of Soul on Live365 Internet Radio
DJ: Professor T-Love
Location: Bronx, NY

AIM:
Music is a powerful tool because it has the ability to tell a story and liberate people. Music is a testimony about life. That is the goal of A Bowl of Soul..To educate the world on Soul Music, the hardworking artists, composers, arrangers, producers, old and new pioneers of a African-American musical genre that has stood the test of time since 1949. Follow me on Twitter at: www.twitter.com/abowlofsoul A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music Cups, Hats & T-shirts - http://tinyurl.com/abowlofsoul We would love your feedback. Take the A Bowl of Soul Listener's Survey http://tinyurl.com/soulsurvey
Favorite Artists

The Supremes
As a trio, they had good songs with catchy hooks.

Mary J. Blige
Just a gutsy singer with a blend of gospel, hip-hop, blues and jazz in her voice.

Linda Jones
Just a great soul singer. Roots were in Gospel. You can feel every note she sang.

Alicia Keyes
Singer, Songwriter and accomplished musician. She definitely knows where her singing roots come from.

The Main Ingredient
Good harmonic singing with a touch of doo-wop, soul and jazz.

Favorite Albums

Jackson Five - Moving Violation
Album was smokin!!! All of the tunes are good and one of their underrated albums.

The Miracles - Renaissance
Excellent Album after Smokey Robinson left the group. One of their best!!!

Dr Buzzard & The Savannah Band - Dr Buzzard & The Savannah Band
Just a well made album. With 30's and 40's music with a disco beat

Gladys Knight & The Pips - Feelin Bluesy
Down home southern soul on the Motown Soul label. Norman Whitfield at his best.

Linda Jones - Hypnotized
What can I say? One of the best soul singers that has ever entered this world. Aretha Franklin even said this.

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