#SoulfulSundays “Standing In The Shadows Of Love” By The Four Tops

The Four Tops Photo: 45cat.com

It is time for #SoulfulSundays with "Standing In The Shadows of Love" by The Four Tops.

"Standing" was released in 1966 on the Motown label and, although released in November of 1966, it became a hit in 1967, making it to number #6 on the Billboard Hot 100.-DocFB

Diagnosis: Where are the Four Tops of today?


#SoulfulSundays “Friends” Jody Watley Featuring Eric B. & Rakim!

Jody Watley Single Cover

It is time for #SoulfulSundays and here is "Friends" by Jody Watley featuring Eric B. & Rakim.

"Friends" was released in 1989 and was a Billboard top 10 hit. It holds the unique title of being one of the first ever songs to feature a vocalist and a rapper. André Cymone co-wrote the song and produced it as well.

So enjoy this #SoulfulSunday jam...-DocFB

Diagnosis: Counting friends with a peace sign....


#SoulfulSundays The Fugees “Killing Me Softly”

The Fugees  Photo: lyricsone.com

#SoulfulSundays continues with "Killing Me Softly" by The Fugees.

This jam is from "The Score" and was a Grammy winner. The Fugees did not release "Killing Me Softly" as a single but blew up radio big time back then.-DocFB

Diagnosis: Lauryn, come back!


#SoulfulSundays “I Want You Back” The Jackson 5

Jermaine Jackson & Michael Jackson's Shoulder.  Photo: RealOne.com

Welcome to #SoulfulSundays where we look back on some Soulful Music and performances starting this Sunday and every Sunday from here on. Our first pick is "I Want You Back" by The Jackson 5.

We couldn't think of a better way to start off #SoulfulSundays. We hope you enjoy it!-DocFB

Diagnosis: Soul never sounded so good on a Sunday....