Paul Stanley’s Soul Station Debuts Lively Rendition of the Spinners’ Classic ‘Could It Be I’m Falling in Love’ (Listen)


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Separate from his decades of iconic rock and roll madness with KISSPaul Stanley has maintained a strong affinity for soul — and on March 19, his side project Soul Station will release its first studio record, a collection of 1960s and ’70s soul/Motown classics titled Now and Then.

The album was announced in mid-January, and now a preview of the record has surfaced in the form of a lively and reverent rendition of the Spinner’s classic “Could It Be I’m Falling in Love.”

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Premiered on Friday, the upbeat cover can be heard below:

It’s the second preview of Now and Then shared so far, following this one, a reimagining of The Five Stairsteps’ “O-O-H Child”:

The personnel accompanying Stanley on this project include Rafael “Hoffa” Moreira (guitar & backing vocals), Sean Hurley (bass), Alex Alessandroni (Musical Director, keyboards), Ely Rise (keyboards), Eric Singer (drums & backing vocals), RayYslas (percussion), Gavyn Rhone (backing vocals), Crystal Starr (backing vocals) and Laurhan Beato (backing vocals) and Jon Pappenbrook (lead trumpet).

With Paul Stanley guiding the ship of this musical journey, the Soul Station album will traverse music history for a number of classic reinventions. Here’s a behind-the-scenes look at the record:

The track listing:

1. Could It Be I’m Falling In Love
2. I Do
3. I, Oh I
4. Ooo Baby Baby
5. O-O-H Child
6. Save Me (From You)
7. Just My Imagination (Running Away With Me)
8. Whenever You’re Ready (I’m Here)
9. The Tracks Of My Tears
10. Let’s Stay Together
11. La-La – Means I Love You
12. Lorelei
13. You Are Everything
14. Baby I Need Your Loving

Said Stanley in a statement:

“Between us doing some great Soul Station shows and starting the album, I started to think that neither the band or the music we love should depend only on the past, so I started writing with the goal of seamlessly taking songs into the present. From what a lot of people I respect have told me, that mission was accomplished.”

Comments

  • Kenneth P. Torregrossa says:

    This is very unexpected, It’s very awesome.
    These classics are brought back to the brilliance that they are …
    very well done …
    An extremely Pleasant surprise …
    Looking forward to putting this on & just being swept away … 🔊🎶🎸


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