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  1. note use the full screen option for best viewing Soul Deep - The Story of Black Popular Music The Sound Of Young America - Ep 3/6 BBC Two May 21, 9.00-10.00pm Motown changed the landscape of pop, rewrote the rulebook and created the sound of young America, which appealed to whites as much as to blacks. Crossover soul was the vision of Motown's founder - Svengali figure Berry Gordy. "Motown was a little hit factory, and I got the idea from the assembly line that I worked in at an automobile plant," he explains. Reflecting the optimism of the early Sixties and the promise of
  2. EPISODE GUIDES Soul Deep - The Story of Black Popular Music The Gospel Highway - Ep2/6 BBC Two May 14, 9.00-10.00pm Gospel singer Sam Cooke changed pop music forever and set the standard for every artist that followed him. His first "cross over" single from gospel to pop You Send Me sold a million worldwide and its success inspired a generation of gospel singers, including Aretha Franklin, Solomon Burke and Ben E King. BBC Two's Soul Deep, which charts the evolution of soul music, looks at the world of black music before and after that revolutionary moment in 1957 when Cooke wen
  3. EPISODE GUIDES Soul Deep - The Story Of Black Popular Music The Birth Of Soul - Ep1/6 BBC Two 7 May, 9.00-10.00pm Soul music has conquered the world in the last 50 years - growing from the raw, electric rhythms of the black underclass, it is now a billion dollar industry with R&B and hip-hop dominating the world's charts. It's been the soundtrack to some of the most extraordinary social, political and cultural shifts. And, together with the civil rights movement, it has challenged the white hegemony, helped breakdown segregation and encouraged the fight for racial equality.
  4. Broadcast around 1990, this programme covers Ska, Reggae, Northern Soul, Punk, New Romantics, Hip Hop & Rave and more. This section features Reggae, Northern Soul, Old Skool Hip Hop, Breakdancing and...er....Bros. added by site includes clips from previous BBC programmes - Something Else - Skelmersdale and Omnibus (1978) https://www.soul-source.co.uk/topic/211634-can-you-id-the-source-of-film/
  5. BBC Four has a new three-part series starting next Friday that may be of interest. Titled 'Soul America' it sets out to chronicle the journey of Soul Music. Friday 4 September 9.30pm-10.30pm BBC FOUR Soul America is a three-part series chronicling the journey of soul music, from its birth out of gospel and R&B in the 1960s, when it delivered an assertive, integrated vision of black America, and produced its first generation of stars including Otis Redding and Aretha Franklin. Episode one: Amazing Grace Friday 4 September 9.30pm-10.30pm How Motown Records s
  6. News/Article/Feature Highlight: BBC 4 Soul America - 3 Part Series Friday 4th Sept 2020. BBC Four has a new three-part series starting next Friday that may be of interest. Titled 'Soul America' it sets out to chronicle the journey of Soul Music. Clips and info follow below... View full article
  7. BBC Radio 2 will mark the anniversary of Martin Luther King’s iconic 'I Have A Dream' speech by playing 24 hours of music made by black artists starting tonight at 10pm. Martin Luther King’s iconic speech was made on the 28 August 1963 in Washington DC BBC introduction The station will mark the occasion by celebrating the incredible contribution that black artists have made to the world of music and culture by playing 24 hours of some of the greatest music ever made by black artists from the 1950s to the present day, with further specials across the following weekend. Ki
  8. News/Article/Feature Highlight: BBC Radio 2 will mark the anniversary of Martin Luther King’s iconic 'I Have A Dream' speech by playing 24 hours of music made by black artists starting tonight at 10pm View full article
  9. News/Article/Feature Highlight: Another interesting music doc shows up on BBC IPlayer Jazzology with Soweto Kinch ​​​​​​​ Saxophonist Soweto Kinch takes a personal journey into jazz through New Orleans, New York and London, where he meets and plays with fellow musicians. View full article
  10. News/Article/Feature Highlight: Granada Reports ITV carried an interesting news story last Friday all about US Soul singer Jimmy Hamilton celebrating his 80th birthday in Chorley Lancashire, watch and read... View full article
  11. News/Article/Feature Highlight: The BBC Blues - Blues programmes featuring influential musicians including B.B. King and Muddy Waters 11 programmes available for over a year via BBC iPlayer View full article
  12. Just been passed on some mainstream media news from long time member Kevin Johansen @wiggyflat It's all about tomorrow's episode of BBC Fake Britain Tv show. In fact the latest episode (showing tomorrow) features a segment taking a look at 'the vinyl copies that are fleecing record collectors out of thousands'. Kevin passes on that he was interviewed as part of this segment in 'The Book And Record Bar' record shop in Tulse Hill London. Kevin J being well known for various promotions/dj-ing over the years including recent 'Northern Noise' events (no longer involved). BBC One - Fak
  13. BBC iPlayer archives includes these 11 long play programmes all about The Blues The Blues Blues programmes featuring influential musicians including B.B. King and Muddy Waters 11 programmes available for over a year via BBC iPlayer Sounding Out B.B. King B.B. King is filmed in Piccadilly recording his 'B.B. King in London' album. (1972) 25 mins Arena Blues Night: 1. Sonny Boy Williamson Sings Rare footage of the harmonica blues player Sonny Boy Williamson. (1985) 21 mins Arena Blues Night: 2. B.B. King Speaks John Walters talks to B.B. King about his extrao
  14. On TV this Friday 11 November 2016 BBC FOUR has the first showing of Roots, Reggae, Rebellion documentary lined up for 22:00hrs 'In the 1970s, Jamaica came alive to the sounds of roots reggae. British rapper, poet and political commentator Akala tells the story of this golden period in the island's musical history, a time when a small group of musicians took songs of Rastafari, revolution and hope to the international stage...' BBC 4 Roots, Reggae, Rebellion Youtube Music Trailer BBC Roots, Reggae, Rebellion clip In this documentary, Akala sets out
  15. Saw this over the holidays... a nice looking entertaining feature on the Torch 50th anniversary that ties in with the recent BBC Radio stoke show mentioned in other forum posts full read here http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-stoke-staffordshire-35174596 It was 1970 when Mr Curtis and fellow kingspinner (or DJ, as they are now known) Keith Minshull approached the owner of the struggling nightclub with the proposition of starting a night based on their newfound love of up-tempo soul music. The distinctive clenched fist emblem has come to represent the Northern Soul
  16. Northern Soul BBC4 Living For The Weekend The shape and form of a talked about earlier BBC4 documentary are showing up It has a name, looks like its on a Friday July 25th, 2014, more details are knocking about and is showing in a BBC trailer... Friday Night Music: Trailer - BBC Four and here's the blurb... Northern Soul: Living For The Weekend, made by independent production company Somethin’ Else, tells the story of a genre of music unlike any other. It’s 40 years since DJ Russ Winstanley unleashed the Wigan Casino on the world, playing Norther
  17. Posted up in the forums yesterday a request from the BBC asking for dancers for the 26th March in London for 'The One Show' The full request can be read via the source forum link below While nothing shows up yet on just what the focus of this segment is going to be, guess this news (and recent word about a bbc4 project) does sort of show that the mainstreams interest in northern soul isn't fading just yet...
  18. Source Revisited - a occasional series of things that were up and then they weren't. Recent reading about the Lost & Found - Real R&B And Soul cd comp release (that was put together by Paul Weller and Keb Darge) led me to making a mental note to have a dig for this the next time was messing around in the backend of soul source. This was originally up on here in the late 90s and would say that my original source was perhaps a grab from the bbc website. At the time found this an interesting read, and as still think that's still the case and looking around there doesn't see
  19. Also news on a site Guy is involved with (see links) a brief clip check out link at end for site details Guy Hennigan Now living in Manchester Guy Hennigan is recognised as the man who revived Northern Soul from the doldrum that was the aftermath of Wigan Casino. Along with Keb Darge - now a highly paid (not that he'd want anyone to know it! - sorry Keb) funk DJ, Guy brought sixties newies to the scene and remains a vociferous advocate of the quality and not the quantity of soul music. Record collector, promoter and DJ he started his soul career at the tender age of 11
  20. News/Article/Feature Highlight: Steve Lamacq's Northern Soul World Cup From 5 to 9 June, we will be crowning another champion in the latest edition of our, always popular, occasionally divisive, musical World Cup. View full article
  21. News/Article/Feature Highlight: They Wrote The Songs: Motown's Writers with Ralph Johnson lined up for you on Christmas day View full article
  22. News/Article/Feature Highlight: Radio 4 On Music - From Armstrong to Zappa - music documentaries from the Radio 4 archive. View full article
  23. Soul Source music video feature announcement The below soul music video has just been added to our in house soul video feature .... Name: Soul Deep Episode 2 - The Gospel Highway BBC Category: TV/Films Date Added: 07/11/20 Submitter: Mike Video Description: EPISODE GUIDES Soul Deep - The Story of Black Popular Music The Gospel Highway - Ep2/6 BBC Two May 14, 9.00-10.00pm Gospel singer Sam Cooke changed pop music forever and set the standard for every artist that followed him. His first "cross over" single from gospel to pop You Send Me sold a mi
  24. Soul Source music video feature announcement The below soul music video has just been added to our in house soul video feature .... Name: Soul Deep Episode 3 - The Sound Of Young America BBC Category: TV/Films Date Added: 21/11/20 Submitter: Mike Video Description: note use the full screen option for best viewing Soul Deep - The Story of Black Popular Music The Sound Of Young America - Ep 3/6 BBC Two May 21, 9.00-10.00pm Motown changed the landscape of pop, rewrote the rulebook and created the sound of young America, which appealed to
  25. News/Article/Feature Highlight: Radio Drama along the lines of Two men settle old scores, 35 years after their involvement in the Northern Soul scene. View full article


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