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  1. 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
  2. News/Article/Feature Highlight: Source Revisited - a occasional series of things that were up and then they weren't... View full article
  3. News/Article/Feature Highlight: The northern scene mentioned in this review is now up in the video section Thanks to Pete Smith of Planet Records( see links for details) who before he bought a modem used to produce a good northern fanzine full of go... View full article
  4. first on soul source in 90s The northern scene mentioned in this review is now up in the video section Thanks to Pete Smith of Planet Records( see links for details) who before he bought a modem used to produce a good northern fanzine full of good stuff like this review. Here's a excellent review of one (if not the) of the few films with a reference to Northern. Blue Juice should be on the cheap shelves of your video hire shops. get your popcorn and settle down........ BLUE JUICE Firstly, let me assure you that BEATIN' RHYTHM (the mag he used to publish and a damned go
  5. 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
  6. News/Article/Feature Highlight: Last month Soul Source had a look at the mainstream media coverage of the upcoming film titled "Northern Soul". View full article
  7. 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
  8. Granada Reports ITV carried an interesting news story last Friday all about US Soul singer Jimmy Hamilton celebrating his 80th birthday in Chorley Lancashire. The background to this clip starts back in the 1970s, when Granada Tv made a documentary in their series 'This England'. This episode was titled 'The Realistics In Belfast' and was first broadcast on 21st June 1976 (a brief clip of this documentary was featured on Outta Sites Records facebook page and was also featured in our own video library feature here on Soul Source.) Documentary info from tv library The Rea
  9. While following Paul Masons (BBC Newsnight) twitter feed, I noticed amongst all the "current affairs" type tweets one or two comments/connections that could be taken as northern soul related, which at the time made me look twice, but didnt really give it that much thought. After seeing last week that he had tweeted a youtube link of the Carstairs, this again stirred my interest and led to me replying to his tweet asking if he was up for passing on a quick word or two on his northern background (so to speak). As felt that it could be interesting reading for members here on Soul Source. Any
  10. News/Article/Feature Highlight: While following Paul Masons (BBC Newsnight) twitter feed, I noticed amongst all the "current affairs" type tweets one or two comments/connections that could be taken as northern soul related... View full article
  11. News/Article/Feature Highlight: Just stumbled across this video interview on BBC Manchester website featuring Guy Hennighan. View full article
  12. Last month Soul Source had a look at the mainstream media coverage of the upcoming film titled "Northern Soul". As you may remember, in amongst the words we gave you a look forward to an exclusive interview with the award winning director Elaine Constantine. Well come October and ! am happy to pass on to you that not only do we have the interview below, but we also have an exclusive first look at a video teaser of this film, that should give you a idea of just what the film is all about... Northern Soul - The Film Teaser Site Note - Please be aware that the original film 't
  13. News/Article/Feature Highlight: a look at the online Billboard archive... View full article
  14. News/Article/Feature Highlight: Scottish Herald Article - 100 Club 1999 Here's a article ripped from scotlands top broadsheet - the herald A few odd things in it but overall a good outside view, thanks to frank murphy for pointing it out Still trying to save soul Twenty y... View full article
  15. As the title suggests, ‘Billboard’ magazine began life as a trade paper for the bill posting industry at a time when slapping posters on blank walls was viewed as a helpful and constructive pursuit, not an act of anti social vandalism. It was started in 1894 by two American visionaries called William Donaldson and James Hennegan as a ‘paper of record’ for circuses, carnivals, amusement parks, fairs, minstrel shows, whale displays and whatever else appealed to the public taste of the day, and evolved into a publication that covered motion pictures in 1909, radio in 1920 and music charts by the
  16. Scottish Herald Article - 100 Club 1999 Here's a article ripped from scotlands top broadsheet - the herald A few odd things in it but overall a good outside view, thanks to Frank Murphy for pointing it out Still trying to save soul Twenty years of dancing and forgotten American singles are celebrated this weekend. KEVIN McCARDLE sets the mood There must have been times when the most enduring youth cult ever to have flourished in these isles must have seemed to be on its last legs. Few could have dreamed that it would last this long, including one Adrian Croasdell, the


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