Super Soul Sessions is a 4 episode event where Oprah Winfrey hosts discussions with spiritual leaders; filmed with a live audience at UCLA. Oprah hosts discussions with spiritual leaders; filmed with a live audience at UCLA. Oprah Winfrey motivates you to "be more of yourself and to own your truth". Now it is the time to "claim the essence of the phenomenon that is your life".
Type: Talk Show
Runtime: 60 minutes
Super Soul Sessions - The Soul Sessions - Netflix
The Soul Sessions is the debut studio album by English singer and songwriter Joss Stone. It was released on 16 September 2003 by S-Curve Records. The album consists of cover versions of soul songs from the 1960s and 1970s, in addition to a cover of The White Stripes' 2001 song “Fell in Love with a Girl”. In 2004, The Soul Sessions was shortlisted for the Mercury Prize and was nominated for a MOBO Award for Best Album.
Super Soul Sessions - Background - Netflix
The Soul Sessions was produced by Miami soul singer Betty Wright and S-Curve Records chief executive officer Steve Greenberg. Stone worked with veteran Miami soul musicians Benny Latimore, Little Beaver, Timmy Thomas and Wright herself. She also worked with contemporary musicians such as neo soul singer Angie Stone and the alternative hip hop group The Roots. Stone told MTV News that she felt intimidated by the credentials of the musicians that worked on the album. “It was weird because they've worked with so many great, great singers. I'm talking the best. I kind of walked in, just like this little girl and started singing.”
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