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  1. Official re-release of James Kelly Duhon's very rare soul sides "So Trusting" and "So Far Down" on Tramp Records Having been featured on Tramp's recent "Praise Poems" and „Can You Feel It“ compilation albums, James Kelly Duhon's 45RPM single release "So Trusting" is highly sought after in Soul 45 collectors circles. Not many can claim to own it since it is very hard to come by. Therefore many DJs, collectors, and music lovers will certainly be made happy with this long overdue re-issue. https://tramp.kudosrecords.co.uk/release/tr273/james-kelly-duhon-so-trusting A second re-rele
  2. News/Article/Feature Highlight: James Kelly Duhon & Jimmy Preacher Ellis - two new 45rpm single re-issues on Tramp Records, Germany View full article
  3. Thanks to Dave Withers for passing on the info on this great online documentary all about... Arctic Records Friday Arts is a 30-minute arts, culture and entertainment magazine that features three distinct stories about the arts and the artists in our area. Friday Arts casts a light on some of Philadelphia's best-kept secrets in the arts. ART OF LIFE — PRODUCED BY KAREN SMYLES Founded by WDAS program director/deejay Jimmy Bishop in conjunction with Jamie/Guyden Records in 1964, Arctic Records was one of Philadelphia’s most important early soul labels, greatly influencing the
  4. News/Article/Feature Highlight: The History of Global Records / Cream. View full article
  5. News/Article/Feature Highlight: An interview with Garry Cape; an exploration of his love of soul music, his Hit and Run, Special Agent and Soulscape label ventures and collaborations with the late John Anderson. View full article
  6. News/Article/Feature Highlight: Dave Rimmer passed on word of an article that he has posted on his SKM website after an interview with Curtis Smith. View full article
  7. News/Article/Feature Highlight: highlight of a quick look at Juca Records by longtime Soul Source member and contributor Dave Thorley View full article
  8. By E. Mark Windle April 2020. The passing of Edwin James Balbier a couple of years ago went virtually unnoticed in UK northern scene circles: indeed few outside of the industry will recall his name. Yet, this individual would be the unwitting driving force behind one of the most popular soul re-issue (if brief) label imprints of the 1970s, even if it was the company’s younger soul music enthusiast employees who shaped the nature of the label arm of the operation. Balbier’s initial interests did not lie in soul music, but more generally in the oldies market. Born in 1930, the P
  9. News/Article/Feature Highlight: Here's a rare one for you, still talking bout original versions here, but this time not about vinyl, but... View full article
  10. By E. Mark Windle. March 2020 When I asked reissue / retrospective soul label owner Garry Cape about the motivating factors for his 2020 return to the soul market with the reactivation of his Hit and Run label series, issues of mortality seemed to be at the top of the list: “I guess it had something to do with my good friend John Anderson becoming ill and passing away recently. It made me think. I’d had some health issues a few years back. What if I was gone? I generally work alone. So I’m sitting on a bunch of unreleased recordings that would potentially never see the light o
  11. James & Truitt with Black Smoke - What's wrong with it - Juca Records. The label was based from a record store at 1119 Broadway, West Memphis, Arkansas. This was the home of several labels over the years including Delta and 8th Avenue. The store was run by one of the Craft brothers, the other ran the mastering service Craft Sound. Situated on the western side of the Mississippi river across from Memphis proper, this little sleepy town was also home to legendary radio station KWEM, which for a while was home to one Howlin Wolf who worked there as a DJ. But back in the 50's and ear
  12. Dave Rimmer passed on word of an article that he has posted on his SKM website after an interview with Curtis Smith. A few preview clips follow below, for the full meaty article you will need to get yourself over to the SKM website (link to the article at the end of the page) Preview clips... http://www.soulfulkindamusic.net/artric1.jpg As some people will be aware, my fiancé is called Jessica, so it came as no surprise to discover that she was collecting the Jessica label, and that she had also made the connection with the Essica label. There were however, sev
  13. Here's the latest label in my Mighty 3 discographies. The legendary Gamble label. Also, at the bottom I have included a YTube video showing all the 7" releases PS. If you are going to repost sections of this anywhere, I'd appreciate a mention. Key: PS = Issued as picture sleeve NR = No (known) release *= See note below Additional notes: This discography covers US releases only. Dates are release dates, not recording dates. Dates may be 1 year out in some cases, but errors should only occur on year boundaries. A/B sides are shown 1st/2nd. LP tracks are in order as listed. Gamble
  14. Shrine - info by ANDY RIX First Published on Soul Source Heres a rare one for you, still talking bout original versions here, but this time not about vinyl, but the published word, the original draft full length sleeve notes for kents shrines cd, mmmmmm ... you might be mmmming, so whats so special about that, well hang on, the final published sleeve notes were derived from this original draft , but approx 1300 words were edited out of this "first" cut, and thus some of the info, plus style changes and a few more drafts So could say that this is the "full" version and as with other
  15. Shrine - a view from the other side After posting Andy Rix's original version sleeve notes from the kent cd, andrew hamilton got in touch, and gave this other view on one of the legendary northern labels, andrew h hailing from cleveland USA is a regular contributor to mags such as skm, a reviewer of soul cds for many outlets, has been involved on the soul recording side his name appears on many soul sides as writing credits, and is a main fighter in raising american awareness on soul singers who apart from regonition by uk soul fans, have largely been ignored I had to write you afte
  16. Gamble-Huff, Thom Bell and the Philly Groove By Pete Wingfield Originally published in "Let It Rock" Date of publication: January 1973 On a balmy night in the late summer of ’67, while the world was wearing flowers in its hair, I was sinking into my seat, trying to look inconspicuous amid hordes of black schoolkids and young mums in the middle of the stalls at the Uptown Theatre, Philadelphia Pa., two hours from the Big Apple by the mighty Greyhound. Philly, Doo Wop City: and the four young guys slithered around the stage, processes glistening as bright as their patent leathers,
  17. News/Article/Feature Highlight: It all started back in 2011 I got a phone call from Nige Brown telling me he heard a sound bite on ebay of a record he thought had something special and he would like my opinion on it before he set his bid View full article
  18. News/Article/Feature Highlight: Ed Wolfrum by Rob Moss Article Photo: Detroit from the river 1966 The emergence of Detroit as a major music centre in the early 1960s has as much to do with technological expertise and sophistication, as it did with artistic creativity, musical t... View full article
  19. News/Article/Feature Highlight: Gamble-Huff, Thom Bell and the Philly Groove By Pete Wingfield View full article
  20. Back in 1966 (the 20th of May to be exact) the latest edition of the Detroit Free Press Newspaper had on offer a lengthy feature on Detroit's Golden World Records, concerning itself with such topcis as the studio, the recording process and artists such as JJ Barnes and Edwin Starr Thanks to the ever-expanding online newspaper archives (this one being newspapers.com ) you can read this feature almost as easy as on the day it was first published... Found on Newspapers.com Found on Newspapers.com Click the above clips to read the text Find it an interesting resourc
  21. It all started back in 2011 I got a phone call from Nige Brown telling me he heard a sound bite on ebay of a record he thought had something special and he would like my opinion on it before he set his bid . The record was Teri Mathews "round and Round" on the Preview label. Nige valued my thoughts on the subject as he knew my opinion would be an honest one , I don't suffer records that don't hit the mark and I say if I think they are not very good. Anyway I heard this sound bite and I was just blown away by the artists voice , the tempo and the words . It ticked all the boxes for me . I
  22. Ed Wolfrum by Rob Moss Article Photo: Detroit from the river 1966 The emergence of Detroit as a major music centre in the early 1960s has as much to do with technological expertise and sophistication, as it did with artistic creativity, musical talent or social migration. Yet, the coalescence of such a wide variety of highly skilled musicians, technicians, performers, engineers, entrepreneurs, composers and associated artisans all meeting at the same time, in the same place created a unique collusion that resulted in a period of unprecedented financial and artistic success for the ci
  23. Uncle Stan, the Hip Hit Record Man © Martin Gavin 2006 & 2011 I'm excited: I'm about to meet Stan Lewis. Uncle Stan 'The Hip Hit Record Man' as bluesman Lightin' Hopkins called him on record, is partly responsible for a very large chunk of the back catalogue of soul and blues to come out of America during the 60s, 70s and 80s. He is, quite simply, one of the most significant figures in the history of blues, R&B, and even Northern Soul, but receives little recognition compared to Atlantic's Ahmet Ertegan, Berry Gordy or Lewis's old friends, Phil and Leonard Chess. Funny how history pi
  24. News/Article/Feature Highlight: Back in 1966, 20th May to be exact, the Detroit Free Press Newspaper had in its latest edition a lengthy feature on Detroit's Golden World Records, follow the link to view... View full article
  25. News/Article/Feature Highlight: An online documentary all about Arctic Records - 9 minute video from 2015 View full article


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