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News and Reviews


Choice Cut: Sy Smith takes us to "Camelot"

A few years ago, we named singer and songwriter Sy Smith as our Artist of the Year. It wasn't just because she may be - as the late JB would say - the hardest working woman in show business, but because she has spent a career always being uber-creative and true to her artistry, whether or not her muse was in sync with popular trends.

First Look: Tracy Cruz breaks our hearts on "Losing In Love”

We’ve been writing about soul songstress Tracy Cruz for a few years now. We’ve always enjoyed both her expressive singing and her take on romantic relationships.

Featured Album: Macy Gray has us seeing "Ruby" with brilliant release

Rubies hold a special place amongst the world’s rarest natural treasures. The most sought-after of the corundum family, the gemstone’s crimson hue instantly catches attention—as if extracting passion from the earth itself and crystallizing it in mineral form. Similarly, Macy Gray occupies a rare space in the canon of modern music.

Featured Album: Anthony David glows on Bill Withers tribute album

We've been following the fantastic career of singer and songwriter Anthony David since the early days of SoulTracks. He is a SoulTracks Readers' Choice Award winner and has become one of the "go to" indie soul artists for our legion of readers.

First Listen: Quincy Jones, Chaka Khan and Mark Ronson are "Reachin"

(September 21, 2018) The talk of the music world over the past month has been the upcoming Netflix documentary on the life of Quincy Jones, Quincy: A Life Beyond Measure. And it is tough for us to think of a musical giant who deserves it more. Jones has been the thread that ties together every musical style from '50s jazz to modern hip-hop, and he is perhaps best know for his work as a producer in the 1970s and 80s working with artists such as Michael Jackson, Rufus, The Brothers Johnson, James Ingram, and many more.

Featured Album: Raul Midón wins us over completely with "If You Really Want"

We've been raving for more than a decade about singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Raul Midón.  And if you've ever seen him perform, you know why. He is revered around the world for his unique blend of styles, ranging from R&B to Jazz to Pop and so much more. And each album he releases is an event, as he delves further into his deep artistry.

Free Download: Johnny Britt pays tribute to "Aretha"

(September 20, 2018) Longtime SoulTrackers know we're big fans of singer and trumpeter Johnny Britt. He was nominated for a SoulTracks Readers' Choice Award for his work as one-half of the duo Impromp2, and we've been following him ever since. Johnny has played with a who’s who of artists and has written hits for the likes of Boney James, The Temptations and more.

R.I.P. Johnny Dawson of Motown's The Elgins

(September 19, 2018) During the 1960s Detroit was flush with such musical riches that sometimes great artists never quite got their full due, even as they created wonderful music. Such was the case with the Elgins, who were part of the Motown hit machine and scored the 1966 smash “Heaven Must Have Sent You (written by Holland-Dozier-Holland), but who are sometimes forgotten in the recollections of Detroit’s greats. We’re sad to inform SoulTrackers of the death of group co-founder Johnny Dawson.