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James Govan – Wanted: The Fame Recordings

07 Nov James Govan – Wanted: The Fame Recordings Posted at253 09:53h in James Govan by Nikos A ‘jump for joy’ release for Southern Soul buffs!  James Govan, the Mississippi-born, ...

Motown Spotlight -October 2018

Last month we visited an open-ended interview from Stevie Wonder used to help promote his ambitious 1976 “Songs In The Key Of Life”. Having abandoned plans to retire from the ...

The Bar-Kays – 1969 – Gotta Groove

Amazing work from the new version of The Bar-Kays – a group who reformed to become a combo as heavy as any of the best funky groups from Detroit, LA, ...

Buddy Miles – 1970 – A Message To The People

02 Nov Buddy Miles – 1970 – A Message To The People Posted at253 09:49h in Buddy Miles by Nikos The prolific drummer’s most creative album, ‘A Message to the ...

Little Milton – 1970 – If Walls Could Talk

A great example of why Little Milton was always one of the few Chicago blues artists who could also break strongly in the soul camp at the time – and ...

History of Soul Music

This page looks at the vocabulary of Soul Music through its history, people and songs. For other genres see Popular Music Genres. Soul music is a genre of African American popular ...

Etta James – 1966 – Call My Name

27 Oct Etta James – 1966 – Call My Name Posted at253 22:18h in Etta James by Nikos It’s extremely difficult for me to pick an album other than “At ...

David T. Walker – 1973 – David T. Walker

Sublime grooves from studio guitar genius David T Walker – an album that’s a perfect summation of the laidback, yet all-there sound he crafted for so many other artists over ...

Sly & The Family Stone ‎- 1967 – A Whole New Thing

24 Oct Sly & The Family Stone ‎- 1967 – A Whole New Thing In truth, this is Sly’s best album, an unrecognized wonder, a great lost album. After this ...

Eddie Floyd – 1970 – California Girl

With Stax Records, Eddie Floyd has recorded some of my all-time favourite soul songs, like “Big Bird,” “Raise Your Hand,” and “Knock On Wood.”  Those songs were recorded with Booker T. & ...

Boscoe – 1973 – Boscoe

19 Oct Boscoe – 1973 – Boscoe Posted at253 22:36h in Boscoe by Nikos One of the hippest records ever to come out of Chicago – the sole recording by ...

Barrett Strong – 1976 – Live & Love

Barrett Strong (born in West Point, Mississippi on February 5, 1941) is often listed among the One-Hit Wonders of music for his Money (That’s What I Want) in early 1960, ...
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