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    Aurra - Are You Single

    6:33

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    Formed in 1979 as a spin-off from Slave and originally consisted of Starleana Young (lead vocals, percussion), Curt Jones (lead vocals, guitar, percussion), Charles Carter (keyboards, flute, percussion, sax, vocals) and Buddy Hankerson (bass). But just like Slave, Aurra was not a group in the strict sense of the word, more like an extended family, where members from both camps collaborated freely across the borders that record contracts, managers and personal egos normally sets up.

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    Aurra - Make Up Your Mind

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    Aurra - Make Up Your Mind

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    Aurra - Like I Like It

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    Aurra - Like I Like It, 1985 on Next Plateau Records Inc. Funk/ Soul

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    Aurra - Make Up Your Mind

    6:29

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    Formed in 1979 as a spin-off from Slave and originally consisted of Starleana Young (lead vocals, percussion), Curt Jones (lead vocals, guitar, percussion), Charles Carter (keyboards, flute, percussion, sax, vocals) and Buddy Hankerson (bass). But just like Slave, Aurra was not a group in the strict sense of the word, more like an extended family, where members from both camps collaborated freely across the borders that record contracts, managers and personal egos normally sets up.

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    Aurra - Are You Single

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    Aurra performing their hit “Are You Single” from their album “Send Your Love”, released in 1981 on Salsoul Records

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    Aurra was an American 1980s soul group, which, at the time of its biggest success, was composed of Curt Jones and Starleana Young.

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    Aurra - Baby Love

    5:01

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    Formed in 1979 as a spin-off from Slave and originally consisted of Starleana Young (lead vocals, percussion), Curt Jones (lead vocals, guitar, percussion), Charles Carter (keyboards, flute, percussion, sax, vocals) and Buddy Hankerson (bass). But just like Slave, Aurra was not a group in the strict sense of the word, more like an extended family, where members from both camps collaborated freely across the borders that record contracts, managers and personal egos normally sets up.

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    Are You Single?

    6:34

    Provided to YouTube by Salsoul Records

    Are You Single? · Aurra

    Send Your Love

    ℗ 1981 Salsoul Records

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

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    Aurra - Like I like it

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    Aurra - Like I like it

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    Aurra Mashed by: Slave

    15:01

    Aurra & Slave Mashed. Sung by: Curtis Jones, Starleana Young & Steve Arrington. Band: Aurra & Slave. Musicians: Steve Arrington: Lead Vocals & Drums, Curtis Jones: Lead Vocals & Guitar, Starleana Young: Lead Vocals, Mark Adams: Slap Bass, Mark Drac Hicks: Lead Guitar, Steve Washington: Keyboards. ©1984 Cotillion Records. Mashed track excerpts: What's On Your Mind, Are You Single, Just A Touch Of Love & Watching You. Aurra and Slave is a Dayton, Ohio Soul band fusing R&B and Funk genres with their music. All tracks were taken from the Definitive Collection CD Recordings. *Pro Hardware: Roland PC-200 mkII MIDI Keyboard Controller, Mackie ProFX8 USB Mixer, M Audio Revolution 5.1 DTS Soundcard, Apple Mac Pro G5 Tower, Roland DS-50A Studio Monitor. Software: Bias Peak Pro & GarageBand used for DSP Processing. Audio Slate is an added protection for the artist and myself for the work rendered to deter public exploitation. All rights are owned by the artist and record company exclusively. *Remixed, Edited, Mashed & Designed by Migs Emano for Jazmix Arts & Entertainment, 2012 R&B Funk.

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    Aurra You & Me Tonight

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    Aurra You & Me Tonight

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    AURRA - you and me tonight

    6:29

    STYLE FUNK : AURRA - YOU AND ME TONIGHT

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    Aurra - Thinking Of You 1982

    5:53

    from Aurra's 3d Album A little Love Read below ↓ for more info ↓
    Album review
    Having created a stir with their debut, this eminently funky R&B combo was now ready to light the sky on fire. All fat bass and liquid guitar riffing, A Little Love was a nice combination of dirty and sweet, ballad and body-shaker. It was a smart concoction; the LP would give the band a Top Ten hit, while Make up Your Mind emerged a popular opener in its own right, giving Aurra their highest-ever chart hit. And it's no wonder. Among the best songs the duo ever recorded, Make up Your Mind was a complex slab of funked-up disco augmented by a superb classic rock guitar solo from Steve Washington, sandwiched within a fat bassline. But Aurra didn't let it go with that. A Little Love itself is a sweet song with a ferocious bite, the intro unleashing a heavy hook before the rest of the show, while Thinking of You remains the LP's best ballad. Stronger across some tracks than others, A Little Love is ultimately an uneven effort. However, when Aurra is in top form they are truly outstanding, and this LP is worth having because of that.

    Biography Aurra & Deja

    Centered around leader Steve Washington and singers Starleana Young and Curtis Jones, Aurra was an outgrowth of the Ohio-based funk band Slave. They recorded a handful of albums during their late-'70s and early-'80s existence, with most of that output released on Salsoul. The group's membership shifted constantly, with most of the musicians having strong ties to Slave. Aurra helped take Salsoul into the '80s by recording dancefloor-friendly material with the help of synthesizers and programmed rhythms. While the bulk of Salsoul's early releases featured elaborate string sections, mostly live instrumentation, and thumping disco foundations, '80s projects such as Aurra took advantage of studio technology and appealed to club DJs and radio programmers alike by concentrating equally on traditional songcraft and dance rhythms.

    Washington instigated Aurra as a family affair of sorts, using various friends and members of the Slave road crew to fill out the group's lineup; at various points, Aurra's personnel swelled to a dozen. In addition to the core of Washington, Young, and Jones, Aurra's membership included Mark Adams, Steve Arrington, Charles Cedell Carter, Philip Field, Buddy Hanks Henderson, Jennifer Ivory, Tom Lockett, William Young, and Mike Young. Washington helped Aurra score a contract with Salsoul, one of the premier disco labels.

    Their self-titled 1980 debut was actually released on Dream, a subsidiary of Salsoul, but their next three albums -- 1981's Send Your Love, 1982's A Little Love, and 1983's Live and Let Live -- were released on Salsoul proper. Around the time Live and Let Live was conceived and released, financial matters began to cause turmoil within the group. Young and Jones grew increasingly distrustful of Washington, and the tension became so great that a frustrated Washington left and offered to sell Aurra's trademark to Young and Jones. Washington ended up keeping the name -- allegedly after Young and Jones failed to follow through on the offer -- and recorded an Aurra record for Quest with new membership, including former Bride of Funkenstein Sheila Horne and Chaka Khan sibling Mark Stephens. Thanks to the legal protestations of Young and Jones, the record never saw the light of day.

    Young and Jones recorded a fifth Aurra album after leaving Salsoul. Apparently, Salsoul's improprieties were another source of strife within the group. Released on Next Plateau, 1985's Like I Like It gave Aurra their first chart hit in the U.K, in the form of the title track. That was the last anyone would hear from Aurra in name. Weary of further legal hassles, Young and Jones continued under the name Déjà and scored a number two R&B chart hit in 1987 with You and Me Tonight. Young split from Jones in 1988 and went solo; she released an album in 1991 and also did background vocal work for her husband, Kool & the Gang's J.T. Taylor. Jones continued Déjà with Mysti Day and released a second album under that name.

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    Aurra - Youre The Only One .wmv

    4:32

    FUNKY

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    Tchami - Aurra

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    Tchami - Aurra
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    Aurra - Living Inside Myself

    4:39

    LP Like I Like It von 1985

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    Deja

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    Starleana Young and Curt Jones in this fun, rare video culled from their album of the same name (which also boasted the hits You and Me Tonight and That's Where You'll Find Me). As a single, it was only released in Europe. It's a fine track produced by Monte Moir. Please rate and comment!

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    Aurra - Keep Doin It Right

    3:29

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    Formed in 1979 as a spin-off from Slave and originally consisted of Starleana Young (lead vocals, percussion), Curt Jones (lead vocals, guitar, percussion), Charles Carter (keyboards, flute, percussion, sax, vocals) and Buddy Hankerson (bass). But just like Slave, Aurra was not a group in the strict sense of the word, more like an extended family, where members from both camps collaborated freely across the borders that record contracts, managers and personal egos normally sets up.

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    AURRA - SUCH A FEELING

    6:37

    FAIR USE
    Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for fair use for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use.




    Salsoul Records ‎– SG 387
    Vinyl, 12, 33 ⅓ RPM
    USA 1982
    Funk / Soul, Electronic
    Disco

    Arranged By – Curt Jones, Steve Washington
    Engineer [Mixing] – Carla Bandini
    Mastered By – Herb Powers, Jr.
    Mixed By – Shep Pettibone
    Producer – Steve Washington
    Written-By – C. Jones, J. Ivory, S. Washington

    From the Salsoul LP SA 8559 Live And Let Live
    Produced for Upstairs Productions
    ℗ 1982 Salsoul Record Corp.
    MASTERED BY FRANKFORD/WAYNE NEW YORK

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    Aurra - Such A Feeling

    6:15

    Disco-Funk

    Such A Feeling (12 Shep Pettibone Mix 1982)

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    Aurra - Send Your Love

    4:34

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    Formed in 1979 as a spin-off from Slave and originally consisted of Starleana Young (lead vocals, percussion), Curt Jones (lead vocals, guitar, percussion), Charles Carter (keyboards, flute, percussion, sax, vocals) and Buddy Hankerson (bass). But just like Slave, Aurra was not a group in the strict sense of the word, more like an extended family, where members from both camps collaborated freely across the borders that record contracts, managers and personal egos normally sets up.

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    Aurra - Patience

    5:01

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    Formed in 1979 as a spin-off from Slave and originally consisted of Starleana Young (lead vocals, percussion), Curt Jones (lead vocals, guitar, percussion), Charles Carter (keyboards, flute, percussion, sax, vocals) and Buddy Hankerson (bass). But just like Slave, Aurra was not a group in the strict sense of the word, more like an extended family, where members from both camps collaborated freely across the borders that record contracts, managers and personal egos normally sets up.

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    Deja

    4:47

    Mixed By - Paul Simpson
    1987 , Virgin

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    Aurra - When I Come Home

    5:23

    from the album Aurra

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    Deja

    56:08

    Serious is the first release from R&B duo Deja after changing the group's name from Aurra due to legal disputes. It also marks the groups debut for Virgin Records. The album produced 3 hit singles, the title track Serious, You And Me Tonight & That's Where You'll Find Me which became one of the groups signature songs.

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    01. Serious
    02. Some Things Turn Around
    03. That's Where You'll Find Me
    04. Heartbeat
    05. Premonition
    06. Life
    07. What To Do Now
    08. Summer Love
    09. Straight To The Point
    10. Serious (Extra Beat Boys Mix)
    11. You And Me Tonight

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    Aurra - Thinking Of You

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    Formed in 1979 as a spin-off from Slave and originally consisted of Starleana Young (lead vocals, percussion), Curt Jones (lead vocals, guitar, percussion), Charles Carter (keyboards, flute, percussion, sax, vocals) and Buddy Hankerson (bass). But just like Slave, Aurra was not a group in the strict sense of the word, more like an extended family, where members from both camps collaborated freely across the borders that record contracts, managers and personal egos normally sets up.

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    Aurra - Are You Foolin Around

    5:56

    New-Funk......Boogie-Funk.....Make Up Your Mind

    Are You Foolin’ Around

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    Aurra On Soul Train

    2:03

    IN THIS CLIP : MR. DON CORNELIUS R. I. P. / CURT JONES / STARLEANA YOUNG / STEVE WASHINGTON / KEV NATZ MOORE / RAY JACKSON / A.C. DRUMMER / TOM LOCKETT

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    Aurra - Such A Feeling

    5:20

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    Formed in 1979 as a spin-off from Slave and originally consisted of Starleana Young (lead vocals, percussion), Curt Jones (lead vocals, guitar, percussion), Charles Carter (keyboards, flute, percussion, sax, vocals) and Buddy Hankerson (bass). But just like Slave, Aurra was not a group in the strict sense of the word, more like an extended family, where members from both camps collaborated freely across the borders that record contracts, managers and personal egos normally sets up.

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    Aurra On Soul Train Performing Make Up Your Mind

    5:42

    MUSICIANS : CURT JONES - LEAD VOCAL & GUITAR / STARLEANA YOUNG - LEAD VOCAL / STEVE WASHINGTON - GUITAR / KEV NATZ MOORE - DRUMS / RAY JACKSON - BASS GUITAR / A.C. DRUMMER - RHYTHM GUITAR / TOM LOCKETT - KEYBOARDS

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    Aurra - Still Free

    4:14

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    Formed in 1979 as a spin-off from Slave and originally consisted of Starleana Young (lead vocals, percussion), Curt Jones (lead vocals, guitar, percussion), Charles Carter (keyboards, flute, percussion, sax, vocals) and Buddy Hankerson (bass). But just like Slave, Aurra was not a group in the strict sense of the word, more like an extended family, where members from both camps collaborated freely across the borders that record contracts, managers and personal egos normally sets up.

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    Aurra - Its You

    5:21

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    Formed in 1979 as a spin-off from Slave and originally consisted of Starleana Young (lead vocals, percussion), Curt Jones (lead vocals, guitar, percussion), Charles Carter (keyboards, flute, percussion, sax, vocals) and Buddy Hankerson (bass). But just like Slave, Aurra was not a group in the strict sense of the word, more like an extended family, where members from both camps collaborated freely across the borders that record contracts, managers and personal egos normally sets up.

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    AURRA - keep doint right - 1981

    7:01

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    Aurra - Like I Like It

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    Like I Like It (1985)

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    Aurra - Coming To Get You

    5:06

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    Undercover Lover Aurra © 2011 Salsoul Records

    5:07



    Centered around leader Steve Washington and singers Starleana Young and Curtis Jones, Aurra was an outgrowth of the Ohio-based funk band Slave. They recorded a handful of albums during their late-'70s and early-'80s existence, with most of that output released on Salsoul. The group's membership shifted constantly, with most of the musicians having strong ties to Slave. Aurra helped take Salsoul into the '80s by recording dancefloor-friendly material with the help of synthesizers and programmed rhythms. While the bulk of Salsoul's early releases featured elaborate string sections, mostly live instrumentation, and thumping disco foundations, '80s projects such as Aurra took advantage of studio technology and appealed to club DJs and radio programmers alike by concentrating equally on traditional songcraft and dance rhythms.

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    Aurra - Are You Single

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    Unidisc Music Group : Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for fair use for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use. for more Funky Music try my Facebook Page , GMC

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    Aurra - You and Me Tonight

    7:08

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    Aurra - You and Me Tonight (The Original 12' single)

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    Aurra On Soul Train Performing Are You Single

    3:14

    STARLEANA YOUNG - LEAD VOCALS / CURT JONES - LEAD VOCALS & GUITAR / STEVE WASHINGTON - GUITAR / KEV NATZ MOORE - DRUMS / RAY JACKSON - BASS GUITAR / A.C. DRUMMER - RHYTHM GUITAR / TOM LOCKETT - KEYBOARDS

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    Checking You Out Aurra © 2011 Salsoul Records

    5:17

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    Centered around leader Steve Washington and singers Starleana Young and Curtis Jones, Aurra was an outgrowth of the Ohio-based funk band Slave. They recorded a handful of albums during their late-'70s and early-'80s existence, with most of that output released on Salsoul. The group's membership shifted constantly, with most of the musicians having strong ties to Slave. Aurra helped take Salsoul into the '80s by recording dancefloor-friendly material with the help of synthesizers and programmed rhythms. While the bulk of Salsoul's early releases featured elaborate string sections, mostly live instrumentation, and thumping disco foundations, '80s projects such as Aurra took advantage of studio technology and appealed to club DJs and radio programmers alike by concentrating equally on traditional songcraft and dance rhythms.

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    Aurra - Positive

    5:11

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    Aurra - Checking You Out

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    AURRA - when I come home

    11:48

    Aurra - when I come home (extended album mix)

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    Deja - You and Me Tonight 1987 R&B Video and Interview!

    7:37

    Here's a real treat for all of the Deja and Aurra fans. The original video for their single, 'You and Me Tonight,' which hit #2 on the U.S. R&B chart in 1987. Plus, a few minutes of an interview that Star and Curt did on Video Soul to promote the single! Written and produced by Jimi Randolph, Eban Kelly, and Kevin Moore.

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    Aurra - In My Arms

    4:51

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    Formed in 1979 as a spin-off from Slave and originally consisted of Starleana Young (lead vocals, percussion), Curt Jones (lead vocals, guitar, percussion), Charles Carter (keyboards, flute, percussion, sax, vocals) and Buddy Hankerson (bass). But just like Slave, Aurra was not a group in the strict sense of the word, more like an extended family, where members from both camps collaborated freely across the borders that record contracts, managers and personal egos normally sets up.

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    aurra you and me tonight.MP4

    3:42

    from solid soul tv show in the 80s

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    Aurra - Like I Like It HQsound

    8:33

    Clip By RBsound Holland. Like us on
    Like I Like It by Aurra is released in 1985 on the 10 Records label.

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    Aurra - Baby love 12

    5:56

    Disco
    😍😍😍

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    Aurra - You And Me Tonight

    6:50

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    In 2012, I delivered a Yacht Rock mix for the Late Night Tales series, Music For Pleasure, and I really enjoyed the voyage of discovering that my ‘yachting’ took me on. With previous compilations I've delivered as Groove Armada (in conjunction with the other half, Andy) it’s always been a case of picking tracks from totally across the board and trying to deliver a vibe. Automatic Soul, like Music For Pleasure, is based very much on a sound. It's a sound that I feel has been overlooked: 80s R&B-infused music, with drum machines, synths and invariably brilliant vocals. It’s formed the bedrock of my rare groove sets for all the years I've played. It’s not the most fashionable, but to me it’s the perfect marriage of technology and soul, hence the title for this album, Automatic Soul. There are plenty of songs I could have included, and no doubt some that I shouldn't, but I've tried to represent what’s best to me from this era. It’s not a classic Late Night Tales. It’s a pretty personal journey, which I hope some of you might be willing to share.
    - Tom Findlay

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    Aurra - Who Are You

    4:29

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    Formed in 1979 as a spin-off from Slave and originally consisted of Starleana Young (lead vocals, percussion), Curt Jones (lead vocals, guitar, percussion), Charles Carter (keyboards, flute, percussion, sax, vocals) and Buddy Hankerson (bass). But just like Slave, Aurra was not a group in the strict sense of the word, more like an extended family, where members from both camps collaborated freely across the borders that record contracts, managers and personal egos normally sets up.

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    Aurra - Undercover Lover

    5:03

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