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Soul Generation Site News inc James Bell and Skip Easterling

 

check latest updates out - a worthwhile way to spend a few hours The worthwhile Soul Generation site had a fair amount of recent updates, including recent interviews with Skip Easterling and James Bell As always site is well worth a visit and deserves to be on your " regular check it out " list, link below get over there now couple of lead ins on the interviews below James Bell was the lead vocalist with legendary Indianapolis soulsters The Highlighters Band as well as being the songwriter and arranger of most of their classic recordings highly valued on both the funk and soul scene. I interviewed James about one of his 45s that strangely seems to be swept aside in interviews about the Highlighters Band yet remains one of the most desired and highly prized of his releases. Interview conducted: Martin Lawrie July 2004 New Orleans rhythm and blues singer Skip Easterling recorded for the legendary Joe Banashak throughout the best part of the sixties and into the 70s. He is best remembered for the classic funk reworking of "Im Your Hoochie Koochie Man" recorded under Huey Piano Smith. I interviewed Skip about a lesser known but much coveted soul stormer he recorded under Eddie Bo called "keep The fire burning" Martin Lawrie July 2004




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