Soul Symphony opens with the seductive beat of “Put Me On” and winds through a range of grooves and emotions. The first single from the album is the hit-bound slow jam, "Crazy Love”. Other songs on the album include the emotive “A Promise,” “Make Time for Love,” a romantic ballad, and a rendition of Brian McKnight’s “What’s It Gonna Be,” from his album Superhero (Motown Records).
Will Downing co-wrote several of the songs featured on Soul Symphony, including the beautiful “Heart of Mine,” “Soul Steppin” with its danceable groove, and “Will Still Loves You,” a respectful dedication to hard-working women and mothers everywhere.
One of the album’s highlights is “Superstar,” a song originally made famous by The Carpenters and later closely associated with one of Downing’s idols, the incomparable Luther Vandross. In fact, Downing brought down the house when he performed this song at the “Forever, For Always, For Luther” tribute and benefit concert held in New York at the Theater at Madison Square Garden in October 2004.
It will be out the october 4th 2005.
Produced by Will Downing, Chris “Big Dog” Davis, Rex Rideout, and Ronnie Garrett
1. Put Me On
2. Crazy Love
3. What's It Gonna Be
4. A Promise
5. Make Time For Love
6. Soul Steppin'
7. Will Still Loves You
9. Heart Of Mine