News submitted that the latest issue of Record Collector Magazine is having a look at uk soul in a British Soul Power feature
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Record Collector Magazine Issue 397, January 2012
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British Soul Power
The charts are packed with home-grown soul-influenced talent. But we've always had our share of soulful singers, Jack Watkins pays tribute.
With a growing British soul influence in the charts we explore and re-evaluate the British soul of the 60's. RC covers and exhaustive range of British soul acts including, George Fame, Herbie Coins, Geno Washington, Long John Baldry, Chris Farlowe, PP Arnold, Cliff Bennett, Sharon Tandy, Johnny Johnson & The Bandwagon and Steve Marriot.
Plus RC's top 11 60's top soul 45's, including b-sides and prices.
The Stone Roses
"They were the band who'd dealt in empowerment, making people want to write, paint or be in a band themselves, to have the confidence to achieve something"
The Stone Roses are planning their comeback. The magazine looks into the announcement for this event and what the band has planned for their awaiting audiences. "We are going to rule the world again." Looking into highlights of the bands relationship and their up and coming new album, what does this legendary band have in store for its fans?
"Beneath the myth of Keith Richards - rock star, cult hero, unlikely inspiration"
30 years on and the Some Girls album by The Rolling Stones is re - released. The magazine talks to Keith Richards about his experience as well as his relationship with the music and the past. We are enlightened with Richards's memories and his understanding of the album.
Plus Kris Needs reveals the background to the Some Girls, the controversial songs that lurked unreleased for decades, and the details behind the making of the music.
Also in this issue: Wishbone Ash, our pick of the rock books, Roger Mellie, 2011 under the microscope, and win a Can box set