Sweet Coffee??is??a Belgian Soul / Jazzy / Dance act formed in 2003.
There members are: Samia Verdeyen (vocals) Patrick Bruyndonckx (music) Raf Brescia (music)
First single 'Don't Need You (Anymore)' became a big hit in Belgium but they also had success in the Netherlands and other European countries.
Their debut album 'Memory Lane' will not only be released in the Benelux but also in the UK, Australia, South America, Greece, Israel, Switzerland, Portugal??and Italy.
Their major aim is to make music that could be put in the same category as St. Germain. Timeless music, music you can listen to wherever you are, whenever you want.. no matter what you are doing. But at the same time their music is catchy and dancable.
All??three singles can be found on their debut album but also great songs such as 'Let It Flow', 'Weekend Lover' and the Sade cover 'No Ordinary Love'.
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The Neasden Queen Of Soul, The Nymphet Of The Nail Varnish, Miss Bee Hive; these are only a few of the acronyms used by the British press to describe vocalist Mari Wilson. Taking her cue from Peggy Lee, Julie London, Diana Ross, Freda Payne and several others, the London Burrough Of Brent High Board Champion, followed by an ever-growing entourage of backup singers and musicians took their act to the offices of Compact Records and promptly hit it big. Her second single, Beat The Beat, was heard on the radio by Bryan Ferry who called it 'the strangest thing I'd heard in five years,' and promptly invited Mari to support the Roxy big band on the Avalon tour. Concerts and television appearances continued, and Mari's Compact career peaked when she recorded the theme to Dance With A Stranger, starring Miranda Richardson and Rupert Everett. After Compact faded from the face of the earth Mari began to pursue a career as a jazz singer, performing anywhere and everywhere.
Just What I Always Wanted
Beat The Beat
Beat The Beat
Baby It's True
Just What I Always Wanted (7")
Just What I Always Wanted (12")
Beware Boyfriend (7")
Beware Boyfriend (12")
Cry Me A River
Ain't That Peculiar
Let's Make This Last
Dance With??A Stranger
CD: The Rhythm Romance
CDs: The Rhythm CDs: My Funny Valentine CDs: I'm Coming Home