Echo Record Motown & Soul Inspired Album 'Bought Not Souled'

Feb 06 2014

East London and Essex band Echo have released 'Bought Not Souled', containing versions of all-time classic soul songs with slightly adapted words.

The album features 8 studio recordings and 5 live tracks that were recorded on a memorable October night in East London.

"Echo have taken some of the music they love, Motown and classic soul/dance, and given it a new lyrical twist to reflect the joy, truths and promises of their faith", explains Keith Dixon of Plankton Records.

"To reflect their joy (and energy) of performing live, the album is a mix of quality studio recordings and joyous live recordings - giving you the true and full Echo experience.

These songs have been enthusiastically received (and danced to) in the numerous gigs and events when Echo have performed - and that’s everywhere from festivals, to churches, pubs, carnivals, cafes and street parties!"



'Bought Not Souled' Track Listing:
1. Best Of My Love
2. (Your Love Keeps Lifting Me) Higher And Higher
3. How Sweet It Is To Be Loved By You (live)
4. You're All I Need To Get By
5. Say A Little Prayer (live)
6. Rescue Me
7. Reach Out I'll Be There
8. I'll Take You There (live)
9. Something Inside (so Strong)
10. We Are Family
11. Thinking Of You
12. Dancing In The Street
13. Signed, Sealed, Delivered (live)

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