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Northern Soul Connections #23 - Soulsations and then some


Northern Soul Connections #23 - Soulsations and then some magazine cover

Soulsations ... and then some
Soul Exotics, Emporers, Twila and the Twighlights, The Soulsations, and (no The) Soulsations.

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Ronald J. Miller (Woody Miller) was a Soul Exotics male vocalist. His writing credit together with Bobby Fulton's appears on "Baby It's True" on the Terri Records label 5001. Both sides were produced by Phil Gaber. Amongst other things Phil Gaber was the producer on "Karate" Mala 543 for the Emporer's, then a vocal quartet backed by four instrumentalists. One of the members of the Emporers being Robert Jefferson Fulton (topper Soulville Records).

The flip to "Baby It's True" is "Darlin"' which has the writer credit of Wm. A. Coney, Jr. - who is Bill Coney (band member, guitar) in Twila Howard and The Twilights (It is Twila Howard's vocal that leads on "Here Comes The Pain"). The male vocalists with Twila were Ronald Miller and Larry McKenion (Emporers writer credit of Soul '69 "Bring Out Yourself" on Futura label 1505. Soul '69 was the pseudonym for Larry McKenion, Money Smith & Terry Lawson). The other three band members with Twila were Larry Myers (bass guitar), who also shows up on the 2007 release Funkadelphia Records 1505, Emporers Soul 69 -Bring It Out Yourself, Wendell Wise (drummer) and Robert (Bob)...

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William Coney Jr. filed two copyrights for Darlin', the first self-copyrighted July 17 1967, the second published through Anteresgeo Music Co. on Augist 11 1967.  Anteresgeo also copyrighted Ba-by, Oh Darlin' aka Baby, Oh Darlin' in October & November 1967 written by Bobby Fulton (William J. Fulton).  Anteresgeo published both sides of Terri 5001 by Soul Exotics, and some songs by John Ellison including Some Kind Of Wonderful by Soul Brothers Six on Atlantic 2406.  Anteresgeo may have been based in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.

The publisher Hi-Mar seems to be associated with the label Hi Mar.

One song published by Hi-Mar was by Peter And The Wolfs on the label Bridge Society 308, produced by John Ulrich.  My Heart Is True was co-written by Peter Alexiev & Eddie Hinton ... a curious connection!

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Hi-Mar was Harold E. Kern's (a.k.a Hi Evans). He was The Lancers manager. Hi-Mar was at Manheim P.A. ( around 1963), and Muncy P.A. (around 1968)

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