Motown Spotlight – January 2018
As I mentioned “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough” in the last couple of months, it got me thinking about Marvin Read more.
Preston Glass: Love & Compassion – January 2018 SoulMusic.com Interview
Throughout the decades, soul music has been the birthing place for recordings with potent lyrical messages that have touched listeners Read more.
Motown Spotlight – December 2017
Two months ago I mentioned Diana Ross was launching her own brand of perfume, Diamond Diana. Well, it arrived in Read more.
PRESTON GLASS Presents “LOVE & COMPASSION” (SoulMusic Records/Platinum Garage Records)
Track listing: 1. “LOVE ALWAYS WINS” – EUGENE COLE 2. “HOOKUP AT THE HEART” – TONY LINDSAY 3. “IN THE Read more.
David Nathan’s ’60s Uptown Soul Favourites
SoulMusic.com founder David Nathan has been a working professional in the world of soul music since 1966. Celebrating over 50 Read more.
December 2017: Reissue Reviews
PHYLLIS HYMAN: DELIVER THE LOVE: THE ANTHOLOGY (SoulMusic Records) Following on from a trio of her re-issued albums on SoulMusic Read more.
Johnny Britt 2017 SoulMusic.com Interview
Multi-faceted music man Johnny Britt first established himself with modern-day soul music lovers as the founder and one-half of the Read more.
Motown Spotlight – November 2017
While typing this month’s MS thought I’d re-visit Scherrie Payne’s “Vintage Scherrie” CD which I haven’t played for awhile but Read more.
Ruby Turner 2017 SoulMusic.com Interview
On the occasion of her recent much-deserved induction into The SoulMusic Hall of Fame by public vote and the new Read more.
Book Review: FLORIDA SOUL: From Ray Charles To KC and The Sunshine Band by JOHN CAPOUYA
While a number of US cities have long been associated with soul music – think Memphis, Detroit, Philadelphia, Chicago, New Read more.
TWO BEATS, ONE SOUL – SoulMusic.com 2017 Interview with Vivian Scott Chew
A wonderful fusion of music from two cultures, “Two Beats, One Soul” is the brainchild of music industry veteran Vivian Read more.
Motown Spotlight – October 2017
It seems ages since I wrote this page so won’t waste time with preambles except to say have just finished Read more.

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