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Woody Rock  - Soul Music flac album
  • Performer Woody Rock
  • Title Soul Music
  • Date of release 2000
  • Style Soul, Gospel
  • Other formats DXD VOC MPC WAV AC3 TTA RA
  • Genre Soul & Funk
  • Size MP3 1196 mb
  • Size FLAC 1728 mb
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A concept album is an album in which its tracks hold a larger purpose or meaning collectively than they do individually. This is typically achieved through a single central narrative or theme, which can be instrumental, compositional, or lyrical. Sometimes the term is applied to albums considered to be of "uniform excellence" rather than an LP with an explicit musical or lyrical motif. There is no consensus among music critics as to the specific criteria for what a "concept album" is.

Soul music combines traditional American gospel and rhythm & blues (R&B) style, collecting catchy hooks, heavy improvisation and a tense vocal sound. The music has become synonymous around the world with "funk" as well as deep emotional expression. Top soul artists include Ray Charles, James Brown (known as the "Godfather of Soul"), Sam Cooke, Solomon Burke, Aretha Franklin and Etta James. Originally published by Mojo Magazine, this list contains the Top 100 Best Soul Albums ever released. For ease of browsing, the albums are listed chronologically by release date.

Woody Rock (born James Green on September 10, 1976 in Baltimore, Maryland) is an African-American singer, dancer, and musician who originally became known as a former member of the multi-platinum R&B act Dru Hill, a group for which he has written and sung lead on songs such as "5 Steps", "April Showers", and "Angel". He has also recorded his own solo gospel album, Soul Music, for Kirk Franklin's Gospocentric Records.

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For Woody Rock, his move into the realm of gospel music is not totally surprising. The former member of the hit R&B group Dru Hill received a steady diet of gospel music while growing up in Baltimore, MD, listening to groups like the Winans. Raised in a strict Christian-centered home, Rock wasn't allowed to listen to secular music, but always found himself bobbing his head and tapping his feet to the pulsating grooves delivered through the gospel sounds that engulfed the house. That was followed by the album Enter the Dru, as well as an appearance on the 1999 soundtrack for Wild Wild West. Although Rock enjoyed the success and adulation he was receiving, he needed more. He felt a need, a calling to return to his gospel music roots. That led to signing with gospel powerhouse Gospocentric Records and the release of his 2001 debut gospel project, Soul Music.


1 Intro
2 Testimony
3 Believer
4 My Homey
5 Question Is
6 Everybody
7 No Matter What
8 How Can I Desert You?
9 Friend In Me
10 Yes Lord
11 Good To Be Alive
12 A New Thing
13 Clap Your Hands

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Gospo Centric Records, LLC
  • Copyright (c) – Gospo Centric Records, LLC


  • Executive-Producer – Claude Lataillade, Kevin Peck, Monica Bacon, Vicki Mack Lataillade


2000 promo snippet cassette