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Listen to Marvin's Room Feb. 17, from Deborah Cox to Andra Day
By
Amanda Parris

Published

February 17, 2017

Marvin's Room is the home of R&B on CBC. The show airs Friday 7:00 p.m on Radio 2, Sunday 8:00 p.m on Radio 1, Wednesday at 4:00 a.m and Friday at 3:00 p.m on SiriusXM.

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Amanda Parris is the host of the new CBC Radio 2 show Marvin's Room.
Listen to Marvin's Room, February 17th 2017

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Audio

The Marvin's Room R&B Stream

Explore the world of R&B, 24 hours a day 7 days a week with our new "Marvin's Room R&B" stream. Inspired by the studio where Marvin Gaye recorded much of his legendary music and by the more recent Drake song of the same name, Marvin's Room brings back the old school and introduces what's going on. Hear: Patti LaBelle, Party Next Door, Toni Braxton, Alicia Keys, Destiny's Child, Prince, Deborah Cox.

Explore the world of R&B from neo-soul to trap soul and everything in between. Inspired by the studio where Marvin Gaye recorded much of his legendary music and by the more recent Drake song of the same name, Marvin's Room brings back the old school and introduces what's going on. Hear: Patti LaBelle, Party Next Door, Toni Braxton, Alicia Keys, Destiny's Child, Prince, Usher, Deborah Cox

Who Do U Love

Here in Canada you can’t talk about the R&B scene in the 90’s without Deborah Cox. She’s a legend in the world of Canadian R&B. I was just 10 years old when I first heard her incredible voice.
Her music video for her 1995 song “Who Do U Love?” was playing on Much Music. I ran to the VCR, pressed record and for the next 3 weeks, that VHS was played over and over as I studied and nailed those dance moves. Deborah Cox has been a force in Canadian R&B forever. She’s won several Juno’s and Soul Train Music Awards, performed on Broadway and started her own record label. If it’s been a while since you’ve heard her voice, here’s your throwback moment.

Rise Up

Andra Day was discovered by none other than Stevie Wonder – now there’s a recipe for success. She was sitting at home one day when the phone rang and Stevie Wonder was on the other line
calling to tell her he loved her. Can you imagine? His wife had stumbled onto a video of Andra Day performing and he immediately found her and hooked her up with his producer. It’s like a Hollywood film. Andra Day’s look is Billie Holiday meets Rosie the Riveter and her sound is as vast and expansive, flowing from doo-wop to jazz to soul. People are crazy about her inspirational anthem ‘Rise Up’ and are still talking about her performanceat last year’s Grammy Awards.

The Playlist

The Weeknd - Acquainted
Prince - Adore
DVSN - One in a Million (dvsn remix)
Lauryn Hill - Everything is Everything
Tory Lanez - Say It
Deborah Cox - Who Do You Love
Andra Day - Rise Up
The Staple Singers - I’ll Take You There
Michael Kiwanuka - Black Man in a White World
River Tiber f/ Daniel Caesar - West
Marvin Gaye - What’s Going On

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