1. Sting & Stevie Wonder – Fragile 

Sting & Stevie on this song together is creative master magic.

Fragile – Sting & Stevie Wonder

2. Al Jarreau – Spain (live) 

Al Jarreau changed the game for vocalists.

Al Jarreau – Spain (Best version)

3. The Temptations – Soul To Soul

My friend Oli Woodson’s lead vocals on this piece with the harmonies of the group are completely breathtaking, healing for the world.

The Temptations – Soul To Soul

4. The Spinners – Love Don’t Love Nobody 

If you were ever in love and broke up, then you played this all night, lol!

The Spinners – Love Don't Love Nobody (It Takes A Fool)

5. Ltd with Jeffery Osbourne – Love Ballad 

If you could sing this song you could sing baby. Jeffrey put the colours on the tapestry with this one.

L.T.D. ft. Jeffrey Osborne – Love Ballad

6. The Delphonics – Didn’t I Blow Your Mind

When the fellas took a stand…

The Delfonics – Didn't I (Blow Your Mind This Time) – 1970

7. War – Slippin Into Darkness

I’m working on a house version of this piece, but I can’t find a Lee Oskar. Fire up the pipe cats! Lol!

War Slippin' Into Darkness

8. Earth Wind & Fire – Keep Your Head To The Sky

Trying to sing this song as a tenor is a master class in vocals, this is not false, Phillip Bailey is no joke!

Earth, Wind & Fire – Keep Your Head to the Sky (Official Audio)

9. New Birth – Wildflower 

This was when soul was soul, that 2nd tenor lead takes you on a real vocal journey.

The New birth – wild flower 1974 (remastered audio)

10. The O’Jays – I Guess You Got Your Hooks In Me

My friends Walter & Eddie killed this piece to such a level that no other 2 singers today can do this song justice.

The O'Jays – You Got The Hooks In Me (1973)

11. Teddy Pendergrass –  You’re My Latest My Greatest Inspiration 

When you want her to fall, sing her this piece, if you can..

Teddy Pendergrass – You're My Latest, Greatest Inspiration

12. Marvin Gaye –  I Want You 

This is the ultimate pick up song, the vulnerability in the vocals, simple and masterful.

Marvin Gaye – I Want You (1976)

13. Curtis Mayfield – Give Me Your Love

People seem to forget about Mr Mayfield, an untouchable master writer and producer.

Curtis Mayfield – Give Me Your Love (1972)

Michael Procter & Audio Heritage ‘Change’ will be released on October 25th 2019 on Grounded Records.

https://www.beatport.com/release/change/2722140

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