A classic tune by the late Luther Vandross, “Never Too Much” is a feel good record that combines the elements of soul, funk, disco, and jazz influences. Written, composed, and produced by Luther Vandross, the song was released in 1981 on Vandross’s debut album Never Too Much
Luther Vandross commonly referred to as “The Velvet Voice” in reference to his exceptional vocal talent would be regarded as the eighties most influential and enduring male soul vocalist. Luther’s music has a distinct soulful tone heard in an up-tempo or a classic ballads that makes him legendary artist. In addition, Luther was an exceptional song writer and producer for artists ranging from Dionne Warrick to David Bowie.
Never Too Much is a soulful disco oriented track that gives a vibrant element of joyfulness. So it’s no surprise that it would make the Music to Warm the Soul playlist this week. Go ahead and give it a listen!
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About The Curator - Lyris Greene
Lyris Greene is a disk jockey (dj) hailing from Nashville, TN, now residing in Atlanta, Ga. Lyris’s name is derived from the word “lyric”, meaning words of a song. Lyris gravitated to music immediately as a child, influenced by her father’s passion for music. At nine years old, Lyris began collecting her own music collection, discovering and developing her connection with music. Now, Lyris is a full time dj and music curator, spending her days consuming and creating custom music experiences to connect people. Lyris feels her life’s purpose is pretty simple, “To spread love through the art of music.”