The Guardian recently featured a paragraph or four regarding Kenny Carter as part of their weekly column Music Notes:. Preview and link follow below......
Unearthing Kenny Carter, soul’s unluckiest lover
Ben Beaumont-Thomas, music editor
A genre coinage that has never really caught on, but perhaps should, is “deep soul”, the name given by record collector Dave Godin to a certain kind of emotionally raw mid-century soul music informed by the downbeat lyrical themes of the blues. Godin’s compilations of this stuff, Deep Soul Treasures (on Ace Records), are full of fleetingly famous soul stars whose seven-inch singles a certain kind of pork pie-hatted gentleman would spend his children’s university fund on...
Walk over to the weekly column article titled 'Musical notes: how male pop stars are making love songs all about them for the full read'
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