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soul

The ethereal and immortal essence of a person or living organism.
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It's not hard to hear why he was so taken with the infectious, Stevie Wonder-esque slab of soulful pop.
Her first single “Through the Waters” from her upcoming CD “The Soulful Collection of Gina Carey” has already landed the #4 spot on the UK's Danceteria's Phatt 50 Charts and, although Gina Carey's new single “Eyes of a Child” has not yet been released, it is also gaining superlative reviews and generous portions of Radio support.
is to people over' "All my influences are people like Ray Lamontagne and Tracy Chapman who have very soulful voices, though it isn't something that I have consciously set out to do," Josh said.
X Factor fans (and I was one of them) remember Rebecca Ferguson as an incredibly shy but soulful contestant whose talent propelled her to the finals.
VISIT JT & the Clouds are a soulful band from Chicago
Harry and Soulful T beat hundreds of rivals to be one of 60 acts to make it through to the next round.
I spoke to them about living a soulful life and how the values of the deep and complex soul are different from those of the practical mind and the often perfectionistic spirit.
A sample of Mother Teresa's soulful quotes: "Prayer gives us a pure heart, and a pure heart is able to look at God", "When you laugh, I am able to hear the music of your smile" and "For me, Jesus is my God, my spouse, my life, my only love, my all-in-all, my One-and-all.
A soulful compilation that reflects benediction and goodwill from the heart, and encourages the reader to personally experience the transcendental joys of meditation and prayer.
Opening with Get Ur Freak On, the song that kick-started her career, this is full of brilliant dance music and soulful lyrics.
And though it may be easier for many Americans to grasp the perils of global warming than to imagine Al Gore presenting a fascinating 90-minute slide show on the dangers of climate change, Guggenheim's documentary and the surprisingly engaging and soulful Gore are by turns educational, entertaining, and riveting.
Hawkins--best known for '90s radio hit "Damn I Wish I Was Your Lover"--seems to have been aware of these potential pitfalls, because she avoids them all on the soulful Sophie B.