S.O.U.L Sounds Of Underground London Ep 4 Northern Soul
First shown 2003
U.K. documentary. "S.O.U.L. – Sounds Of Underground London" is a multi-part series examining England's prominent youth culture scenes and the music and fashion that surrounded them. The series celebrated 50 years of English youth culture.
S.O.U.L. Ep1 - Northern Soul
Mark Lamarr charts the development of the underground music scene and its influence on British youth culture. This episode looks at Northern Soul.
Friday 14th March ITV1 11.30pm SOUL (Sounds of Underground London)
This week its Northern Soul time Mark Lamarr traces the development of the Northern Soul scene, which flourished in the unlikely surroundings of Wigan and was the best kept secret of the 1970s. Dave Godin recalls introducing his school friend Mick Jagger to black music and his own role in founding the eclectic Soul City, Tamla-Motown and Deep Soul labels.
EP 4. KEEP THE FAITH
A rare glimpse into the nocturnal world of the Northern Soul scene, the impossible dances, rare records and legendary nights at the Wigan Casino. The least known of British counter cultures. Nothern Soul has existed underneath and alongside contemporary styles for over 30 years in a defiant land that time forgot. Interviews include Pete Waterman, Edwin Starr, Vie Billups, Tommy Hunt, Ian Levine.
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