Ce samedi à 19H00 heure française , retrouvez à nouveau la fée Alexis sur Radio Campus Montpellier avec sa toute nouvelle playliste ! Vous allez être surpris par la qualité exceptionnelle des sons choisi par la plus belle Parisienne de Manille ! Du son AOR , avec une touche jazzy , une pointe de soul et le tour est joué , embarquez à bord du vaisseau California Spirit Radioshow , le Commandant de Bord Chris Morris et son Hôtesse en chef Alexis vous souhaitent la bienvenue pour 60′ d’un pur délice musical <3 <3 <3 Pour nous écouter , c'est simple en FM sur le 102.2FM (Zone d'écoute :Montpellier et régions) et en streaming partout sur le globe : http://www.radiocampusmontpellier.fr/?page_id=2863 Et voici sa Playliste : ************************** 001 David Benoit - Promise Me A Carousel feat Monalisa Young 002 Little River Band - Reminiscing : "Reminiscing" is a 1978 song written by Graeham Goble, and performed by Australian rock music group Little River Band. It remains their greatest success in the United States, peaking at #3 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart and #10 on the Easy Listening chart. The song is about a couple reminiscing about the past, with certain music (such as Glenn Miller or Cole Porter tunes) reminding them of certain memories. "Reminiscing" was given a BMI Five Million-Air award for five million plays on US radio – the highest achievement ever for any Australian popular song. 003 Orleans - Dance With Me "Dance with Me" is the title of a 1975 hit single by American soft rock band Orleans. The song was written by group member John Hall and journalist-turned-lyricist Johanna Hall (then a married couple). According to Johanna Hall, John Hall wrote the melody first, and when on first hearing it Johanna suggested "Dance with Me" as the title John rejected the idea as too simple. The couple were out driving one day when Johanna, struck by inspiration, blurted out the lyrics: "Pick the beat up and kick your feet up", and John was won over to the idea of her writing the song's lyric for the title "Dance With Me". Featuring a melodica solo by Larry Hoppen, "Dance With Me" was introduced on the album Let There Be Music and was issued as that album's second single July 19 1975 to become Orleans' first Top 40 single, reaching a Billboard Hot 100 peak of #6 that October. 004 Phoebe Snow Poetry Man 005 Minnie Riperton "Inside my Love" Minnie Riperton Inside My Love. Track taken from Minnie's album Adventures In Paradise released May 22, 1975. 006 MSFB ft Carla Benson - Tell Me Why 1980 " Mysteries Of The World " Album Tell Me Why was: Arranged By -- John R. Faith Backing Vocals -- Barbara Ingram, Evette Benton Backing Vocals, Lead Vocals -- Carla Benson Bass -- Derrick Graves Drums -- Billy Johnson Keyboards -- Steve Gold Producer, Keyboards, Synthesizer -- Dexter Wansel Written-By -- C. Biggs*, D. Wansel MFSB is the band and background singers that assisted the legendary songwriting team Gamble and Huff in creating the world-famous "Sound of Philadelphia." MFSB recorded many of the biggest songs in music history. Classic Soul Songs like: Love Train; For the Love of Money; and Ain't No Stopping Us Now. But they didn't stop there. MFSB members performed with more Platinum selling R&B artist, than any group in history: Al Green, Ashford and Simpson, Billy Paul, Billy Preston, Blue Magic, Bobby Caldwell, Bobby Womack, Bootsy Collins, Burt Bacharach, Chaka Khan, the Dells, Dionne Warwick, the Four Tops, Gerald Levert, Elton John, Grace Jones, Harold Melvin and the Bluenotes, the Jackson's (with Michael), James Ingram, Jerry Butler, Lou Rawls, Luther Vandross, McFadden & Whitehead, Michael McDonald, Musiq Soul Child, the O-Jays, Peabo Bryson, Patti LaBelle, Phyllis Hyman, Ronald Isley, Ruben Studdard, Smokey Robinson, the Spinners, Steve Winwood, Stevie Wonder, the Stylistics, Teddy Pendergrass, the Temptations, and many more music icons. CARLA BENSON—Lead Vocalist Carla Benson is an original member of MFSB. She sings the top note on most of the Philadelphia International Record's hits. She has a Bachelor's degree in music from Rowan University, and is a highly-trained classical vocalist (soprano). On more than a few occasions Carla would have to sing hit songs by day, and full operatic arias by night. Carla sang with Patti LaBelle for seven years,was featured in the movie, along with Johnny, "Standing in the Shadows of Motown," appeared on the soundtrack of Eddie Murphy's Beverly Hills Cop, toured with the Funk Brothers, and appeared on the Tonight Show with Jay Leno. She left the Funk Brothers in 2004 to reclaim her roots— MFSB. Carla has the distinction of appearing on more hit records with more name artists than any other vocalist in the history of the record business. 007 Kalapana What Do I Do from eponyme album 1975 008 FIREFALL Just remember I love you 009 Kenny Rankin - Strings (1980) From the excellent 1980 album "After The Roses". 010 Bob Welch - Church Album Three Hearts 1979 011 Robbie Dupree - Free Fallin' (1981) In 1981, he received a Grammy nomination as Best New Artist, losing to Christopher Cross. Dupree's final single to make the Billboard chart, "Brooklyn Girls", peaked at #54 in June 1981. 012 Michael Franks St. Elmo's Fire FROM THE ART OF TEA 1974 CREDITS : • Arranged By [Strings] – Nick De Caro* • Art Direction – Ed Thrasher • Bass – Wilton Felder • Congas – Jerry Steinholtz • Drums, Percussion – John Guerin • Guitar – Larry Carlton • Keyboards – Joe Sample • Mastered By – Doug Sax • Mixed By – Al Schmitt • Photography By – Linda Levine • Producer – Tommy LiPuma • Recorded By – Al Schmitt, Bruce Botnick, Lee Hershberg* • Vibraphone [Vibes] – Larry Bunker • Written-By – Michael Franks (tracks: A2 to B4) 013 Yustaka - Say You Do Brazasia Yutaka Yokokura est un pianiste, claviériste, joueur de koto, arrangeur et compositeur japonais1. Il a enregistré trois albums pour GRP Records: Yutaka (1988), Brazasia (1990) et Another Sun (1993)2. Il a précédemment enregistré un album, Love Light, en 1981 Chez Toshiba-EMI Music Japan3. 014 Marlena Shaw "rhythm of love" Album Acting Up 1978 Marlena Shaw (née Marlina Burgess le 22 septembre 1942 à Nouvelle-Rochelle, New York) est une chanteuse américaine. Découverte par Chess Records en 1966, elle sort son premier album sous le label Cadet Records (filiale de Chess Records). En 1972, elle passe chez Blue Note Records et devient la première femme à signer sur ce label. Elle enregistre un des plus gros tubes pendant la période disco, Touch Me in the Morning chez Columbia Records. Parmi ses titres les plus connus, on peut citer Woman of the Ghetto, California Soul ou Feel Like Making Love. En 2001 et 2007, elle participe au North Sea Jazz Festival aux Pays-Bas.