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  1. Wigan Casino Top 20 Compiled by Russ Winstanley & Richard Searling. This chart was published in Record Mirror weekly for several months during 1975 From the Mecca of British Soul You've Come A Long Way Baby - Flower Shoppe Let Me Do It - The Bells Going To A Go·Go -The Sharonettes The Day My Heart Stood Still - Ollie Jackson I'm comlng home in The Morning - Lou Pride Cracking Up Over You - Tommy Hunt Get Out -Tommy Hunt Zola - King Errisson I Can't Help Myself - Johnny Ross and The Soul Explosion Send him Back -= The Pointer Sisters The Trip -Dave Mitche
  2. Shades Of Soul #7 April 1986 - Fanzine Scan Editor Derek Pearson aka @Derek Pearson site note A quick intro to a new ongoing series of pdf based reference articles This and other fanzine scans were originally posted in our forum by our members As time allows work is ongoing to convert the pdf scans uploaded of various fanzine/mags to a lighter and a more searchable format and then present them in a stand alone user friendly format As you can see you can now search these articles fanzines content and copy and paste the text (though results may be mixed depending on
  3. Shades Of Soul #4 Dec 1985- Fanzine Scan Editor Derek Pearson aka @Derek Pearson site note A quick intro to a new ongoing series of pdf based reference articles This and other fanzine scans were originally posted in our forum by our members As time allows work is ongoing to convert the pdf scans uploaded of various fanzine/mags to a lighter and a more searchable format and then present them in a stand alone user friendly format As you can see you can now search these articles fanzines content and copy and paste the text (though results may be mixed depending on th
  4. Loaded Magazine does Northern soul with a visit to the 100 Club Allnighter just in time for the March 99 Issue ADAPTED FROM LOADED MAGAZINE MARCH 1999 Thanks to Dave Cassidy for sending me this, photo's to follow...... "Keep your Wigan - Northern Soul is alive and well and living in London..." You know something is happening when you get to the club and a man from the Guardian is waiting in the queue. Actually, it happens every five years or so, when the Northern Soul scene is dragged blinking into the spotlight, looking just like its dedicated followers do as they hit the
  5. Soul Up North is Edited by Howard Earnshaw with help from Saus and Little John. Comes out every quarter and is packed with all sorts of articles. Latest issue contains Vinyl reviews, label listings, artist info, venue guide and planner, quizzes, mod article, reviews of loads of venues, articles etc etc. Soul Up North - Issue 21 Review and clips An indepth look at Soul Up North from a couple of years ago compete with clips and info Please note this is from a few years ago Soul Up North is Edited by Howard Earnshaw with help from Saus and Little John. Comes out
  6. Dave Godin column including his account of visiting Paynes while on holiday in Llandudno back in 1972 As you can read part of the article features his account of a holiday visit to Llandudno where he stumbles across Paynes weekly event. Paynes in the early 70s before shutting was the place to be Llandudno wise so it seems. All a bit just before my time, but am sure of interest to some site update note - image fixed - right click and choose view image if probs due to size for more on Paynes check out the Paynes Revival Website via the soul directory feature
  7. News/Article/Feature Highlight: Wigan Casino Top 20 - Compiled by Russ Winstanley & Richard Searling. This chart was published in Record Mirror weekly for several months during 1975 From the Mecca of British Soul.... View full article
  8. News/Article/Feature Highlight: a new series of reference articles/scans in our refosoul articles magazine section View full article
  9. News/Article/Feature Highlight: Dave Godin column including his account of visiting Paynes while on holiday in Llandudno back in 1972... View full article
  10. News/Article/Feature Highlight: Mick Lyons - Manifesto Interview View full article
  11. News/Article/Feature Highlight: For the second article highlighting Dave Godin's Column from Blues & Soul, the scans feature the readers choice.<br /><br />The first scan is from Issue 44, 1970. As you will see Dave Godin asked readers to send in their favourite sounds. View full article
  12. News/Article/Feature Highlight: Further to the two articles I've previously posted about the early Blues & Soul Magazine I've dug out my copy of the Jazz Scene Magazine from August 1962, I was a sprightly 15 year old at that time. It cost me one shilling and sixpence!<br /><br />[attachment=140237:scan0027.jpg] View full article
  13. An extract from Lois Wilson - MOJO Magazine April/May 1999 Sent in by Dave Cassidy, thanks for the contribution mate, appreciated. How To Buy... Every month we navigate the high-water marks, rapids and stagnant ponds of the CD racks, so you don't have to. We continue with... NORTHERN SOUL It was the venerable Blues And Soul pundit, Dave Godin, who coined the term 'Northern Soul' to describe the rare soul sounds that were attracting fanatical crowds to the massive dance clubs in the North of England in the late '60s and early '70s. The key word here is "rare". In those
  14. Inside ...........Soulful Kinda Music Edited by DJ Dave Rimmer Published Date: 2000/8/28 As soon as you see this one you know its gotta be good - presentation is 100%, colour cover, good layout etc. Inside...? .........well lots of stuff, Issue 36 had articles by Dave Godin, Dave Halsall and others features on O' Jays, Hesitations, Bill Spoon, good CD reviews, venue reports, playlists. Lots of vinyl reviews with scans and the chance to buy tape of sounds reviewed, good idea the way the reviews fit in with tapes, 46 pages in the last issue. So worthwhile, anyway must be goo
  15. Shades of Soul July 1999 Recently had the good fortune for this to fall through my letterbox, yet again another excellent mag authored by Derek Pearson. 60 pages jammed full of stuff. Highlights in the Jul 99 issue are 5 pages on parkers in manchester, a excellent article on life after wigan, loads of vinyl reviews, label listings,interview with Andy Rix ,willie t thing, and loads more. Has a wide spectrum of coverage on all things soulful, with many contributors, mark hanson, john pugh and one I'm sure I've heard of before a pete smath from st rossiters or somewhere, my view on "Shades o
  16. News/Article/Feature Highlight: Northern Soul - The Casino Loyals - 1975 Record Mirror A Wigans Chosen Few related feature from the Feb 1975 issue View full article
  17. News/Article/Feature Highlight: a new series of reference articles/scans in our refosoul articles magazine section View full article
  18. News/Article/Feature Highlight: From Blues and Soul - 1971 - Dave Godin Article on his visit to the Blackpool Mecca. A lot has been said and written about the history of northern soul in the UK, normally it mentions the Wheel as the start, the Torch then Wigan and so on View full article
  19. News/Article/Feature Highlight: Soul Up North is Edited by Howard Earnshaw with help from Saus and Little John. Comes out every quarter and is packed with all sorts of articles. Latest issue contains Vinyl reviews, label listings, artist info, venue guide and planner, quizzes, mod ar... View full article
  20. Another scan added to our reference feature. This one features a fairly lengthy look at the Northern Soul Scene from the Melody Maker music paper, the 25th January 1975 Issue, with the main focus on Blackpool Mecca and Wigan Casino. "Keep The Scene Alive" Inside the ballrooms that are the citadel of the NORTHERN SOUL scene. Great music. Athletic dancing.Later, breakfast and a swim."The scene is here as long as the punters want it" says one DJ. "Its essence is rarity and it's up to us to keep that rarity".
  21. Shades Of Soul #3 Dec 1984- Fanzine Scan Editor Derek Pearson aka @Derek Pearson site note A quick intro to a new ongoing series of pdf based reference articles This and other fanzine scans were originally posted in our forum by our members As time allows work is ongoing to convert the pdf scans uploaded of various fanzine/mags to a lighter and a more searchable format and then present them in a stand alone user friendly format As you can see you can now search these articles fanzines content and copy and paste the text (though results may be mixed depending on th
  22. Shades Of Soul #1 Jan 1984- Fanzine Scan Editor Derek Pearson aka @Derek Pearson site note A quick intro to a new ongoing series of pdf based reference articles This and other fanzine scans were originally posted in our forum by our members As time allows work is ongoing to convert the pdf scans uploaded of various fanzine/mags to a lighter and a more searchable format and then present them in a stand alone user friendly format As you can see you can now search these articles fanzines content and copy and paste the text (though results may be mixed depending on th
  23. Shades Of Soul #1 Jan 1984- Fanzine Scan Editor Derek Pearson aka @Derek Pearson site note A quick intro to a new ongoing series of pdf based reference articles This and other fanzine scans were originally posted in our forum by our members As time allows work is ongoing to convert the pdf scans uploaded of various fanzine/mags to a lighter and a more searchable format and then present them in a stand alone user friendly format As you can see you can now search these articles fanzines content and copy and paste the text (though results may be mixed depending on th
  24. Mick Lyons - Manifesto Interview Mick Lyons is about as far from the stereotype soulie as you can get but don't let his image fool you, this is a man who's passionate about music. As a Dj Mick can be heard at most of the top all-nighters and as an MC he's been long active on the rave scene. Add to this his track record as promoter of Blackburn and his involvement in the soul scene since the mid sixties and you soon realise that there's more to this man than meets the eye. Often misunderstood or misquoted we decided to have a chat with Mick and see what makes him tick. The following interv
  25. Beating Rhythm Fanzine Review Feat Clips of Jan 97 Issue site note originally up in 1999 Beating Rhythm - Edited by Pete Smith who should need no introduction to regular soul fans on net and was one of the main contributers to the rare online soul scene getting to where its at today. The mag itself is "one of the worlds most erratic fanzines (thats erratic not errotic)" - thats his own words not mine, due to its release schedule. But it is well worth the wait. Past issues have been crammed full of usefull and interesting stuff. CD + vinyl reviews, old rare press clips and advert


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