Uschi Classen ‎– Soul Magic

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Earth Project ‎– EPCD002
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1 Soul Magic
Vocals [Featuring] – Dee EllingtonWritten-By – Dee Ellington, Uschi Classen
5:26
2 Dizzy Heights
Vocals [Featuring] – Eska*Written-By – Eska Mtungwazi, Uschi Classen
5:17
3 Now Illuminate
Vocals [Featuring] – KimraWritten-By – Kimberley Kimbrough*, Uschi Classen
6:17
4 Wise Words
Vocals [Featuring] – Dee EllingtonWritten-By – Bill Withers, Dee Ellington, Uschi Classen
5:19
5 Fire
Vocals [Featuring] – Dee Ellington, WildflowerWritten-By – Dee Ellington, Uschi Classen, Vanessa George
6:06
6 She
Vocals – Uschi ClassenWritten-By – Uschi Classen
5:11
7 The Path
Other [Saxophone] – Carlos FuentesWritten-By – Uschi Classen
5:56
8 Meditative Flow
Vocals – KimraWritten-By – Kimberley Kimbrough*, Uschi Classen
5:54
9 Home
Vocals [Featuring] – Eska*Written-By – Eska Mtungwazi, Uschi Classen
8:33
10 Only In Your Eyes
Vocals [With] – Robert OwensWritten-By – Robert Owens, Uschi Classen
5:50

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  • Barcode: 5 060036 460242
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L136
  • Matrix / Runout: IMPRESS EPCD002 01 6

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
none Uschi Classen Soul Magic(CDr, Album, Promo, Pla) Earth Project none UK 2002 Sell This Version
EPLP002 Uschi Classen Soul Magic(2x12", Album) Earth Project EPLP002 UK 2002 Sell This Version

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scoundrel

scoundrel

April 9, 2004

Uschi Classen, having long been a supporting player to Ashley Beedle and his cohorts, finally steps into her own. <I>Soul Magic</I> is her first album, and it stays true to its title. The tracks here are steep in nu-soul, downtempo vibes and good feeling. The production value is top-notch, smooth and sweet as Godiva chocolate. “Dizzy Heights” will have you spinning along with the sultry vocal delivery by Eska. She also handles the larger-than-life vocals of Kimra with ease, managing to contain the diva, rather than let her overtake the song. The second half of the album is devoted more to instrumentals, all deliciously groovy. Classen has been in the shadows for too long; I’m glad she decided to take a spotlight for herself.