Soul Power (May ’19)



Soul Power sees Ray Roman taking you through the glorious 70’s one track at a time;  a mighty selection of jazz, soul, funk, disco, latin and afro groove.

Raimondo Romanazzi was introduced to soul singers such as Stevie Wonder, Jackson 5 & Simply Red as child. Since then, he discovered gospel and jazz studying African American history at school. During High School he began DJing soulful house based on his influences.

With a passion for radio as well as the the way it connects people from across the world, Soul Power joins the dots with a focus on the 1970’s. Raimondo brings his own context to that soul power, with the occasional contemporary track thrown in for good measure.



Positive Force – People Get On Up
The Blackbyrds – Dancin’ Dancin’
Mighty Fire – One Good Love Is Worth Two In The Bush
Madeline Bell – That’s What Friends Are For
Elza Soares – Amor Perfeito
Marlene – Sinal Vermelho
James Brown – The Future Shock Of The World
James Brown – Licking Stick
Oro – Stop The War
Soul Searchers – I Rolled It, You Hold It
Ripple – Victorious
Tim Maia – Descobridor Dos Sete Mares
Monsueto – Bateria E Solo De Percussao
Zimbo Trio – Zimbo Samba
Bobbi Valentin – Coco Seco
Joe Cuba Sextet – El Pito (I’ll Never Go Back To Georgia)
Arturo Sandoval – Rimsky
Wood, Brass & Steel – Always There
Five Special – Jam
Robson Robson – Funk-funk-la
Jeffrey Osborne – I Really Don’t Need No Light
Maurice Mander & Leroy Stay Clean – Pickem Up, Puttem Down
Eddie Rosemond – Funk It (Wake Up And Move)
James Brown – Make It Funky (Part 3 & 4)
Lettuce – The Dump (Live)
Johnny ‘’Guitar’’ Watson – Close Encounters

Soul Power

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