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Soul Symphony

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Download links and information about Soul Symphony by Will Downing. This album was released in 2005 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Soul genres. It contains 9 tracks with total duration of 40:59 minutes.

Artist: Will Downing
Release date: 2005
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Soul
Tracks: 9
Duration: 40:59
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Put Me On 4:05
2. Crazy Love 4:40
3. What's It Gonna Be 4:21
4. A Promise 4:08
5. Make Time for Love 4:45
6. Soul Steppin' 4:30
7. Will Still Loves You 3:38
8. Superstar 5:48
9. Heart of Mine 5:04

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Two years after Emotions and three after his exceptional Sensual Journey, singer/songwriter and producer Will Downing returns with Soul Symphony. There is something utterly timeless about Downing's approach. His new soul m.o. brings his mellifluous baritone to the listener in a silky smooth yet beat-driven tunnel of emotive reflection that goes right to the heart. Once more, Downing surrounds himself with the cream of the studio crop, like guitarist Wah Wah Watson, Rex Rideout on keyboards, and bassist Melvin Davis, just to mention a few. Downing wrote only about half the album this time out, and on these tracks he collaborated with bandmembers who wrote the majority of the rest. The album's beautiful hinge is the cover of Bonnie Bramlett and Leon Russell's "Superstar." But the slippery syncopation of "Crazy Love" and the shimmering acoustic guitar and hand drums that drive "Heart of Mine" are stellar as well. There isn't anything radically new here, but why should there be when Downing has reached as close to perfecting his sound as he's going to get?