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Sharon DavisJune 27th, 2019 Well, if you’d asked me a year ago would I attend a Northern Soul Weekend I’d have given a negative response, sighing that those days were over for me....
David NathanJune 11th, 2019 David Nathan and Kevin Goins honor the Elements known as Earth, Wind & Fire during their 50th anniversary this year. David discusses meeting the band’s departed founder,
David NathanJune 6th, 2019
David NathanJune 4th, 2019 One of the first UK groups to literally ‘export’ horn-driven ’70s funk and soul back to the US and achieve international success in the process, Average White Band
Sharon DavisMay 24th, 2019 Just when you think all is well with the world, the gremlins get into your computer and gobble up a morning’s work. And that’s exactly what happened with the...
David NathanMay 15th, 2019 The Stax Museum of American Soul Music is helping celebrate its 16th birthday and the 200th birthday of the epicenter of American music, Memphis, Tennessee, by compiling a list of...
HAROLD MELVIN & THE BLUE NOTES: BE FOR REAL The P.I.R. Recordings (1972-1975) 3-CD BOX SET (SMCR-5188BX)
• Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes were one of the very first groups to achieve global success for Philadelphia International Records within its first year as a CBS-distributed label. The 1972 release of two consecutive ‘tell-it-like-it-is’ ballads – “I Miss You” and “If You Don’t Know Me By Now” –marked the start of a …