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  1. We have a very exciting new release on Big AC Records: Thinkin' About You, by a fantastic new soul singer named Carmy Love, who has previously performed with House Gospel Choir, New Street Adventure and Cool Million, to name a few. Influenced by the “Crossover Soul” period of the late 60’s and early 70’s, “Thinkin’ About You” clicks into gear from the off, with bold brass and a funky bassline paving the way for Carmy’s stunning vocal. Whether moving on from a romantic relationship, friendship or maybe even a bad year, “Thinkin’ About You” highlights the importance of maintaining a pos
  2. News/Article/Feature Highlight: Pre-order "Thinkin' About You" from Big AC Records now. View full article
  3. THE MOST SOUGHT AFTER RARE NORTHERN This list contains what I consider the most sought after and rare original release Northern soul 45s at this point in time. It contains some seriously rare 45s and includes many that have been deemed to be ‘the hot collectable to have’. Records that have eluded collectors over the many years of searching for them and the ones that keep you awake at night, brooding if you’ll ever own them. The records are not listed in any particular order, just as they came into my head. I checked with a few well-informed people on the Scene and it looks like such a l
  4. News/Article/Feature Highlight: The Most Sought After Rare Northern. This list contains what I consider the most sought after and rare original release Northern soul 45s at this point in time. Read on... View full article
  5. News/Article/Feature Highlight: First time reissued the debut and rarest release in issue form from Douglas & Lonero produced and arranged by Gene Page. Fully remastered from the original tapes in very limited edition Red Vinyl and Black Vinyl release. View full article
  6. Douglas & Lonero - Baby, Take My Hand Reissue released 26th March 2021 Pre-order copies from Global Soul Store Reissued for the first time their debut and rarest release, in the issue form, was produced, arranged and Co-Written by the legendary Gene Page. These tracks have been lovingly enhanced to achieve impeccable sound quality undergoing a 24bit transfer from the original master tapes, fully remastered and cut on to lacquers by the multi-grammy nominated Carvery Studios in London. The end result is a far superior sound to the original press. We have produced tw
  7. Most record diggers will have at least a few of what became known over the years as simply ‘Little LPs’. The traditional soul fraternity are fortunate enough to have had a number of larger, better distributed labels show interest in producing these interesting discs including Atlantic, ABC, Okeh, King and of course Motown. But what on Earth was it that made the Stereo, 33 rpm, multi track, single 7inch disc, seem an attractive prospect? To appreciate the history of the ‘Little LP’, it’s probably best to revisit the historical timeline of the record industry and highlight its major de
  8. News/Article/Feature Highlight: Most record diggers will have at least a few of what became known over the years as simply ‘Little LPs’. View full article
  9. Wide awake members may have noticed the announcement of a new 'online' uk based vinyl repair service recently in our Soul Markt Sales Forums here on Soul Source. Certainly, the post stirred my interest and would guess a few more members may have sat up and had a look Vinyl Rescue UK is the name of the repair service and can be found online via its similar titled website (link below). The website lets you know what it's all about with the opening line... 'We aim to improve the sound quality and visual appearance of your discs and bring the best out of the groove. Yann aka @Ya
  10. News/Article/Feature Highlight: Wide awake members may have noticed the announcement of a new 'online' uk based vinyl repair service recently in our Soul Markt Sales Forums here on Soul Source. Certainly, the post stirred my interest and would guess a few more members may have sat up... View full article
  11. News/Article/Feature Highlight: An article Steve Armitage, and I, wrote in 1993 ... explaining the number system Ain't That The Truth! - The Motown DM Master System By Steve Armitage & Andy Rix Acknowledgements To Ron Murphy (Detroit) View full article
  12. An article Steve Armitage, and I, wrote in 1993 ... explaining the number system Ain't That The Truth! The Motown DM Master System By Steve Armitage & Andy Rix Acknowledgements To Ron Murphy (Detroit) Have you ever wondered what the letters and figures on your Motown 45's stand for? Obviously there is the issue number (e.g. Motown 1056), but there are also other numbers, different on every side of every record. Examples might look like this:- DM 003222 / DM-V 038221 / DM-J 084103 DM-WLB 098112 / DM-BLL 134324 Gradually, by late 1965 the DM is dropped, l
  13. News/Article/Feature Highlight: Texas - a big state but a small world - In April 2020 my interest was piqued when a I saw 2 mysterious Chicano records on 2 different web sites of respected sellers... View full article
  14. Texas - a big state but a small world - In April 2020 my interest was piqued when a I saw 2 mysterious Chicano records on 2 different web sites of respected...
  15. Rare Soul Review - Issue 1 2001 Rare Soul review - Issue 1 (note 2 x clips are fairly large - 200kb and may take a few mins to download, but worth the wait) Recently had the good sense at a niter to think better buy myself something to read before putting myself at the mercy of Railtrack on a Sunday. Quick look round the dealers stalls and spotted the glossy cover of the first issue of Rare Soul review. Had a flick and thought yeah give that a go. Now Railtrack being Railtrack yiu may be surprised to hear that they gave me a good chance to read this, (ended up a 10 hour journey ) so
  16. News/Article/Feature Highlight: Digging in the Texas Triangle 2019. Record hunting adventures in Texas and the Austen Record Convention View full article
  17. Digging in the Texas Triangle 2019. Here we go again since 2007 along with fellow collector Gaz Simons we have regularly visited Texas particularly the Austen Record Convention. The 2019 trip was special because fellow collector Colin Denham was joining us on our adventure. This was Colin's first USA Trip and he was dying to get stuck in. Adding a bit context to looking for records in America this century is very important, it is by no means the “Golden Age” many soul luminaries have visited this magical state over the years from the seventies onwards and bore fruit way beyond our
  18. Continuing the weekend soul feast and here's something we have not done for a while audio wise, yeah bang back up to date and back to todays current Rare Soul Scene Its the DJ sessions; and this one sees the return of Pete Coulson whos last lot seemed to have gone down well. From the North West, have caught his sets at Tonys and Llandudno recently and did good things to my ears. You can catch him at next Saturdays niter at Llandudno. Pete also runs the fanzine Northern Essence ( see mag section in topics for more info) Quality stuff and big thanks to Pete C for and all the
  19. Atlantic - by Pete Smith First on Soul Source in 1997 ATLANTIC The legend that is Atlantic Records was founded in New York in 1947, and immediately went out on a limb by specialising in discs aimed at the black R & B market as opposed to the white pop market. It hit the R & B charts in a big way in the early 50's with the likes of The Chords, Laverne Baker, Ray Charles, Ruth Brown and The Drifters. Despite many of these artists recordings having their thunder stolen from under them by inferior white cover versions, the label had establ
  20. Capitol by Pete Smith First on Soul Source in 1997 CAPITOL The first Capitol 45's issued in the UK appeared in 1954 and were on a green label with triangle centre. This quickly changed to a purple label with silver lettering which continued up until 1965 when it changed to a black label with silver lettering. All of these labels utilised the Capitol ' dome' logo. This in turn was replaced by an unusual design consisting of red, orange and yellow rings with black lettering - fortunately this didn't last long, and a sedate (in comparison) pink l
  21. Heres some worthwhile info/background gear by Keith Hughes Taken from Detroit City Limits by Graham Anthony (also has a good record list) who can be contacted at: Derby Does anyone out there know anything about Motown acetates? A recent article in Detroit City Limits listed the contents of some Motown acetates that appeared on the market a couple of years back (and then rapidly disappeared), and invited info. Id seen the same list around the time they were advertised, and recognised the "JD" prefix from other acetates Id come across in my research, but it wasn't until
  22. This great bit of background info was originally posted on a soul list by andy rix who ok'd it to use, well interesting stuff- << Question.. "Love is allright" Volcanoes (cover up) anyone know `owt about it? >> First played by Butch, covered-up as the Volcanos, ..the second acetate was obtained by myself when I became aware that the song was an alternate version of Cliff Nobles vocal of The Horse...Jesses James confirmed that he was the vocalist on this 65 version recorded at Harthon, in Philly, with Luther Randolph playing piano and producing the track. Jesse told
  23. Dug this out when revamping content, reckon worth yet a other "bump" up as enjoyed re-reading it Trivia of a vinyl kind Posted on Wednesday, April 25 2001@ GMT Standard Time by mike h Vinyl trivia as you may have spotted get quite a bit of vinyl trivia and info, most of it was thrown up on main page and as it gets updated a lot may get missed, so have thrown all bits up here, not going for a well smart layout just a online scrapbook of fascinating facts!! info on jimmy radcliffe acetate once featured on sounds page from chris
  24. News/Article/Feature Highlight: For those avid collectors of rare soul vinyl, the mail order list of SoulBowl (proprietor, John Anderson) ... View full article
  25. News/Article/Feature Highlight: Continuing the weekend soul feast and heres something we have not done for a while audio wise, yeah bang back up... Its the DJ sessions; and this one sees the return of Pete Coulson whos last l... View full article


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