New SoulCut of the Week! – Greg Blackman – The Price of Love

30 08 2010

Greg Blackman is a new UK soul artist that reached out to us via the SoulCuts Facebook page. I’m incredibly grateful that he did. His debut album, The Price of Love is jam-packed with warm, homemade soul full of character. We’ll get a review of the whole album up sometime in the next week. In the meantime, I implore you to check out the title track, The Price of Love. It’s a delightful mellow tune that recalls the great Marvin Gaye circa Trouble Man.

You can purchase the album over at iTunes. Tell ’em SoulCuts sent ya! Believe me, you won’t regret it!

Check out The Price of Love right here!

On Greg’s MySpace page, he describes himself as The Funkiest White Boy You Ever Shall See. As much as I love Greg’s debut album and concur that he is a rather funky white boy, he’s obviously never heard British comedy legend Paul Shane sing You’ve Lost That Loving Feeling.

Undoubtedly, the funkiest white boy you ever shall see! Baby, baby!




3 responses

30 08 2010
Greg Blackman

Well I THOUGHT I was the funkiest white boy you ever shall see… but now that I’ve seen Paul Shane get down on some righteous brothers I’m not sure. LOL

Big love to all at Soul Cuts.

30 08 2010

Cheers, Greg!

Don’t forget Michael Barrymore’s rendition of Puff Daddy’s I’ll Be Missing You from back in the day on My Kind of Music. That was some funky arse white boy biznizz!

6 09 2010
Greg Blackman – The Price of Love – Review « SoulCuts

[…] You Something. The album kicks off with the glorious Marvin circa Trouble Man groove of recent SoulCut of the Week, The Price of Love and never lets go until the organ-fuelled Northern Soul stomper, The Life I Live […]

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