Chosen by superb London jazz-tinged producer Eric Lau. Impressions - Woman's Got Soul. Amy Smith, Inspired by the actual heatwave of 1963, this doo-wop gem from the classic Motown songwriting Holland-Dozier-Holland team hits every mark helped along by Richard ‘Pistol’ Allen’s drumwork. This is straight up masterful songwriting. Smokey’s high tenor voice is such a well-tuned instrument it barely needs the band, but a bit of brass is a great remedy for a heartbreak. It gradually builds until an almost impatient Redding is yelping, frantically tumbling over words – all in the name of being tender. Get instant explanation for any lyrics that hits you anywhere on the web! Has Lady Gaga become Madonna? Amy Smith, Would you believe twinkling, crooner Bing Crosby recorded this song back in 1933? Amy Smith. Introducing our poll of truly great soul. He comes up just short of a marathon here, but this Motown 45 is still a PB for belting soul giant Edwin ‘War!’ Starr.

Amy Smith, Everyone knows the late Luther Vandross had the sort of voice that could save marriages, make a baby or win back an ex. Soul (My soul, my soul) My soul My soul (My soul) Soul (My soul) My soul (My soul) My soul You can try to throw salt, but I keep my game face The Rockafeller Skank Fatboy Slim Every syllable is at once fought-for and battle-weary. This ranked poll includes songs like "Smells Like Teen Spirit" by Nirvana, and "Street Spirit" by Radiohead. It’s enough to make you blush hard. A brief interlude depicts a racially profiled arrest; when Wonder resumes singing he forgoes prettiness and it’s AMAZING. Amy Smith, Quite possibly the sweetest four minutes ever recorded. Covered by everyone from Etta James to Usher and sampled on Wu Tang’s ‘America’. The lyrics are the antithesis of stereotypical ‘male’ sexuality. This original to Soft Cell’s synth-ridden cover doesn’t mess about. Burt Bacharach’s classic is stretched out across 12 incendiary minutes of sexy, lovelorn soul with Hayes adding spun-out, twanging guitar and his own purring, drenched-in-treacle vocals. 3.98 avg rating — 13,497 ratings. THIS IS THE PERFECT QU FOR ME - I COULD OF THOUGHT OF HUNDREDS, BUT INSTEAD I'V PICKED A FEW DIFF 1'S, WHICH I HOPE U LIKE. He’s met someone, he’s doolally for them and if they don’t want something more than to hit and quit it, he’d rather cut them loose. I’m not crying, honestly, I’ve just got something in my eye… Alex Plim, This song has been covered countless times over the years, but only Aretha Franklin could have been the first to give life to songwriter Carole King’s soaring declaration of being loved-up, big time.