Brown-eyed soul is a subgenre of soul music or rhythm and blues created in the United States mainly by Latinos in Southern California during the 1960s, continuing through to the early 1980s. The genre of soul music occasionally draws from Latin, and often contains rock music influences.
Brown-eyed soul emerged from the 1950s simultaneously on the East Coast United States, in the Hispanic communities, and on the West Coast, in the much larger Hispanic communities. Chicago soul and Motown hits were crowd favorites at dances and clubs during the late 1950s and early 1960s. Latino artists began to imitated and draw from the Motown hits, and as a result, brown-eyed soul began sounding ...
This is another smooth jazz moment instrumental tack for those who love that smooth sound. Relax your mind and just let it be what it is because the love is real. You're in good company. "You & me, Lady". "Can I hold your hand"? Instrumental, RnB, Brown-Eyed Soul
Uptempo like Stephanie Mills or Lisa Stansfield. Celebration of significant another. "You" song. A woman thanks her man for his wonderful qualities, dedicating all her love to him. Big orchestral strings. Performed by "Carmen" Female Vocals, RnB, Brown-Eyed Soul
Female R&B vocal, reminiscent of a A/C type softer early Aretha Franklin or Tina Turner style. Addresses getting over a breakup and moving on. Themed like Gloria Gaynor's I Will Survive-but in a style that both parties in a failed relationship can relate to. More chances, more partners, hope exists. Female Vocals, RnB, Brown-Eyed Soul
A cool calm warm groovy easy instrumental theme. Real drums and guitars combined with electronic, blips, snares and a bleep synthesizer. Suitable for a 'Tarantino buys a blender on TelSell' or any other cool club or relaxing TV scene. Instrumental, RnB, Brown-Eyed Soul