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Heaven Must Be Like This (w/ Electric Soul)

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This is a collab with a fabulous musician named Electric Soul. He sent me the backtrack and I loved it instantly. Generally when that happens I will write and record the song in a matter of minutes. I learned how to speed write working with artists like Grand Daddy Mack, Zanzan and the MellyOmatic and Mark Deskin (Mick D). Dedicated to Anthony Carl.

Heaven Must Be Like This
Lyrics and Vocals by Angela Hope
Music and Production by Electric Soul
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We got the love that's worth singing about. Heaven must be like this.
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Uploaded: Aug 17, 2010 - 12:00:27 AM
Last Updated: Aug 17, 2010 - 12:00:27 AM Last Played: Apr 21, 2019 - 11:20:00 AM
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psexnyc said 3205 days ago (August 17th, 2010)
The Track is Hot...
....and the vocals are even Hotter! I absolutely love this composition...And your VOICE!! I'm looking forward to listening to the rest of your musical postings!!
Check out my latest song called Child In The City
Angela_Hope said 3205 days ago (August 17th, 2010)
that's so sweet!
i didn't think anybody really liked the song! :)
Check out my latest song called Christmas Love Is In The Air (With Clay Wilson)
MikeRobinson said 2028 days ago (November 5th, 2013)
R&B is hard to do well ...
... but this does it well.   The mix could be better, but the use of layered overdubbed vocals in this mix is very consistent with the genre and pleasing.
Check out my latest song called It Must Be A Christmas Song
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Name: Angela_Hope
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Rhythm and blues (or R&B) was coined as a musical marketing term introduced in the United States in the late 1940s by Jerry Wexler at Billboard magazine, used to designate upbeat popular music performed by African American artists that combined jazz

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