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Thomas anders souled cover.jpg
Studio album by Thomas Anders
Released 7 April 1995
Recorded 1995
Genre Blue-eyed soul, R&B
Label Polydor
Producer Peter Wolf
Thomas Anders chronology
Barcos De Cristal
Live Concert

Souled is the title of the sixth studio album by singer-songwriter & producer Thomas Anders.[1] It was released in 1995, and was produced by Peter Wolf (Starship). The album featured covers of The Beatles' "Michelle", Stephanie Mills' "Never Knew Love Like This Before" and a duet with The Pointer Sisters on "Feel for the Physical". "Road To Higher Love", "A Little Bit Of Lovin'" and "Never Knew Love Like This Before" were released as singles.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Souled In" (Featuring Lynn Davis) (Peter Wolf/Lynn Davis, Ina Wolf) — 0:21
  2. "Michelle" (John Lennon/Paul McCartney) — 4:58
  3. "Never Knew Love Like This Before" (James Mtume/Reggie Lucas) — 4:24
  4. "Will You Let Me Know" (Peter Wolf/Thomas Anders, Ina Wolf) — 4:22
  5. "The Heat Between the Girls and the Boys" (Peter Wolf/Thomas Anders, Ina Wolf) — 4:51
  6. "Look at the Tears" (Peter Wolf/Thomas Anders, Ina Wolf) — 3:47
  7. "Feel for the Physical" (Duet With The Pointer Sisters) (Peter Zizzo/Peter Wolf) — 4:32
  8. "Carry You With Me" (Steve Plunkett/Mark Vogel) — 4:17
  9. "Road to Higher Love" (Peter Wolf/Thomas Anders, Ina Wolf) — 4:08
  10. "South of Love" (Peter Roberts/Peter Wolf, Ina Wolf) — 4:01
  11. "A Little Bit of Lovin'" (Peter Wolf/Thomas Anders, Ina Wolf) — 3:56
  12. "Point of No Return" (Peter Wolf/Thomas Anders, Ina Wolf) — 4:57
  13. "Souled Out" (Featuring Lynn Davis) (Peter Wolf/Lynn Davis, Ina Wolf) — 0:38


  • Produced and arranged by: Peter Wolf
  • Associate producer: Paul Ericksen
  • Recorded and mixed by Paul Ericksen at "The Embassy" in Los Angeles, CA
  • Additional recording by David Jahnsen
  • Mixing Assistant: Rejean DeGrandMaison
  • Additional Studios: "Front Page Recorders" in Los Angeles, CA
  • Mastered by Steven Marcussen at "Precision Mastering" in Los Angeles, CA
  • Artwork by Grafiksalon
  • Photos by Gerhard Hirsch


Music videos[edit]

  • "Road To Higher Love" was released as a music video and featured on Thomas Anders - The DVD-Collection.

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