The Serenade And The Sermon 1


The Serenade And The Sermon

£13.99

Format: CD

In stock

Genre:
Format: CD
Grade: New (About gradings)
Number of discs: 2
SKU: 94671
Bookmark and Share

Terrific album from Marcell Russell (of Marcell and the truth), whose voice personifies Soul Music in 2013. He is also a great song writer and these 26 tracks passionately tell of life experiences of Love, Relationships and Heartbreak from the heart, reflecting on both good and dark times. The Serenade and the Sermon is an intimate album that has to heard in total, but highlight tracks include ‘Blow Me Away’, ‘Speak to my body’, ‘Baggage’, ‘Abuse My Mind’, ‘All I Have is You’ and the duet ‘I Want his babies’ ft Chanel Marie. Pure unadulterated Soul music with a capital S.

Track listing:

  • 01 It’s Good by Marcell Russell
  • 02 Blow Me Away by Marcell Russell
  • 03 Exactly What I Need (Mirror) by Marcell Russell
  • 04 You Bring Me Joy (feat. Issac Parham) by Marcell Russell
  • 05 Unconditional Love by Marcell Russell
  • 06 Speak to Your Body by Marcell Russell
  • 07 You Complete Me by Marcell Russell
  • 08 Teach Me by Marcell Russell
  • 09 Communicate (feat. Crystal Brown) by Marcell Russell
  • 10 Grow Old With Me by Marcell Russell
  • 11 It’s You by Marcell Russell
  • 12 Baggage by Marcell Russell
  • 13 Wonderful Distraction by Marcell Russell
  • 14 Apology / Break Up (Interlude) by Marcell Russell
  • 15 Slave Again (feat. W. Ellington Felton) by Marcell Russell
  • 16 Motives by Marcell Russell
  • 17 Stay for Awhile by Marcell Russell
  • 18 Yeah Okay (Interlude) by Marcell Russell
  • 19 I Want His Babies (feat. Chanel Marie) by Marcell Russell
  • 20 Abuse My Mind by Marcell Russell
  • 21 Love vs Like (feat. Messiah) by Marcell Russell
  • 22 Simply Live (feat. Irene Jalenti) by Marcell Russell
  • 23 All I Have Is You (feat. Wade Johnson) by Marcell Russell
  • 24 Phone Call (Interlude) by Marcell Russell
  • 25 Now That It’s Over by Marcell Russell
  • 26 Safe by Marcell Russell

Reviews

There are no reviews yet, would you like to submit yours?

Be the first to review “The Serenade And The Sermon”

*