01 Lumberjack Soul (produced by Testiculo Y Uno)
02 Still Miles (produced by DJ Day)
03 5 O’Clock Suff (produced by Suff Daddy)
04 J.Birly (produced by The Ins)
05 Clap Clap (produced by Kova)
06 Nuthing But Chu (produced by Justin Krecker - previously unreleased)
07 A Song From Miles (produced by Miles Bonny - previously unreleased)
08 Learning To Fly (produced by DJ Day - previously unreleased)
09 Same Dream Again feat. Ahu (produced by 74 Miles Away)
10 Yes I Do (produced by TE1)
11 Breakfast feat. Fleur Earth (produced by The Ins)
12 Desperado (produced by Nicolas Kopernikus - previously unreleased)
13 Nests (produced by Justin Krecker - previously unreleased)
14 What’s Life Like (produced by DJ Day)
15 Late Night Suff (produced by Suff Daddy)
16 Salmon Steaks (produced by TE1)
17 What It Is I see (produced by TE1)

Miles Bonny is the son of Francis Bonny, a professional trumpet player. He has been exposed to Jazz, Latin, and Classical music all of his life. Growing up with trumpets around him, he
played his first note at age 2. Frequent trips accompanying his father at latin, jazz, and symphony rehearsals allowed him to meet greats such as Tito Puente and Max Roach. Miles is part of the Innatesounds Crew (Reggie B, Ces Cru) and has recorded and released records with DJ Day, Suff Daddy, Shawn Lee, TE1, The Ins, Hulk Hodn, Retrogott, Twit One, 74 Miles Away, AHU, Fleur Earth, Dela, Ta-ku, Portformat and many more. Together with Vinnese producer Brenk (Hi-Hat Club, MC Eiht), Miles has formed the group S3 (Supa Soul S**t). They will release their first album later this year on MPM.

Lumberjack Soul is the first album by alternative soul singer Miles Bonny from Kansas City. Produced by DJ Day, Suff Daddy, Hulk Hodn, Twit One, 74 Miles Away, Kova, Nicolas Kopernicus a.o. Guest apperances by AHU and Fleur Earth.
Miles Bonny has been dubbed “the missing link between D'Angelo and Willie Nelson”. We call him “the Voice of MPM”. “Lumberjack Soul” features some of Miles biggest successes (the Raphael Saadiq tribute EP “Instant Saadiq” with DJ Day, “J.Birly” by Miles & The Ins, his kollabos with Suff Daddy and TE1 ...) plus five brand-new songs.
Includes cover versions of songs by The Meters (“Handclapping Song”), Raphael Saadiq (“Still Ray” + “What's Life Like”), Jerry Butler (“J.Birly” as used by Dilla on “Donuts”) and Kermit the frog
(“A Song From Kermit” from Sesame Street).