Soul Ballet

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Soul Ballet is a musical project of actor, producer, arranger, programmer, and multi-instrumentalist Rick “R.K.” Kelly.[1] Soul Ballet’s music is smooth contemporary jazz/electronica, characterized as pulsating electronic beats entwined with a dark, moody atmosphere.

Kelly is occasionally joined by a live rhythm section, as well as a series of guest vocalists, including Stefani Montiel, Annika, and Billy Valentine.[2]

Discography[edit]

  • Soul Ballet (November 5, 1996 Countdown)
  • Trip The Night Fantastic (June 23, 1998 Countdown)
  • Vibe Cinema (February 22, 2000 Countdown Records)[3]
  • Dial It In (February 26, 2002 Gold Circle Records)[4]
  • dream BEAT dream (August 10, 2004 215 Records)[5]
  • All The Pretty Lights Vol. 1 (June 7, 2005 215 Records)[6]
  • Lavish (September 11, 2007 Artizen)[7]
  • 2019 (August 4, 2009, NuGroove Records)[8]

Compilation appearances[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Rick Kelly at IMDB.com
  2. ^ Soul Ballet overview from Allmusic
  3. ^ Vibe Cinema by Soul Ballet from Yahoo! Music
  4. ^ Soul Ballet Dial It In Album from VH1.com
  5. ^ Soul Ballet dream BEAT dream from All About Jazz
  6. ^ All The Pretty Lights, Vol.1 by Soul Ballet from Soundunwound.com
  7. ^ Lavish Soul Ballet by Brian Soergel from JazzTimes
  8. ^ Soul Ballet at Nu Groove Rocords
  9. ^ Various - New Age Music & New Sounds Vol. 67 from Discogs.com

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