Sweet Soul Music (London Boys song)

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"Sweet Soul Music"
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Single by London Boys
from the album Sweet Soul Music
Released 1991
Format 7" single, 12" single, CD single
Genre Europop, Euro disco
Length 3:54
Label TELDEC, EastWest
Songwriter(s) Ralf René Maué
Producer(s) Ralf René Maué
London Boys singles chronology
"Freedom"
(1990)
"Sweet Soul Music"
(1991)
"Is This Love?"
(1991)
"Freedom"
(1990)
"Sweet Soul Music"
(1990)
"Is This Love?"
(1991)

"Sweet Soul Music" is a single by the Europop duo London Boys which also featured Soul Kitchen. The single was written and produced by Ralf René Maué,[1] and was the first since the duo's rise to fame not to be released in the UK.

The single had a promotional music video created to support the track. This became the last promo video for the duo although there was a video for 1995 single "Gospel Train to London" which was released under the name The New London Boys, despite being the same duo.

Formats[edit]

7" Single
  1. "Sweet Soul Music" - 3:29
  2. "Sweet Soul Music (Instrumental)" - 3:33
12" Single
  1. "Sweet Soul Music (Soul Kitchen Mix)" - 7:15
  2. "Sweet Soul Music (Radio Mix)" - 3:29
  3. "Sweet Soul Music (Instrumental)" - 3:33
CD Single
  1. "Sweet Soul Music (Soul Kitchen Mix)" - 7:15
  2. "Sweet Soul Music (Radio Mix)" - 3:29
  3. "Sweet Soul Music (Instrumental)" - 3:33
CD Single (Japan release)
  1. "Sweet Soul Music (Soul Kitchen Mix)" - 7:21
  2. "Sweet Soul Music (Radio Mix)" - 3:35
  3. "Sweet Soul Music (Instrumental)" - 3:40
  4. "Freedom (Radio Version)" - 3:59
  5. "Freedom (Eight-O-Eight Mix)" - 8:11
  6. "Freedom (Instrumental)" - 3:53

Chart performance[edit]

Chart (1991) Peak
position
Austrian Singles Chart[2] 11
Finland (Suomen virallinen lista)[3] 1

Personnel[edit]

  • Edem Ephraim: Vocals
  • Dennis Fuller: Choreographer, backing vocals
  • Ralf René Maué: Writer, producer
  • Soul Kitchen: Instruments

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2012-04-21. Retrieved 2014-05-28. 
  2. ^ http://www.austriancharts.at/
  3. ^ Nyman, Jake (2005). Suomi soi 4: Suuri suomalainen listakirja (in Finnish) (1st ed.). Helsinki: Tammi. ISBN 951-31-2503-3.