If you are anything like me you hold a certain nostalgia about the past, I swear food tasted better, the weather was nicer, and above all else music sounded better. It could be the fact that I’m quickly approaching 30 years of age or the fact that I’ve always been way cooler than everyone else, but I feel like I have a bigger place in my heart for real soul music than your average bear. With that being stated I have decided to introduce a new post series to Wheat City called “Soulful Selections,” my main aim is to shed light on some of the most soulful live sessions and recorded songs in the history of what I like to call “Feel” music. I think the main thing that music lacks these days is soul, not saying soul as in a genre but soul as in feeling, emotion, and conviction. My first selection is a Marvin Gaye video I came across years ago it features Marvin rehearsing a set for a show he was performing later that evening in Belgium. Take a listen for yourself and hear that love and pain in his voice…that’s the “Feel” music I’m talking about.