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Soul Guy Radio returns on Sunday September 6th 2015. If you're interested in getting involved with the station, click here to get in touch. Station DJs confirmed so far: Emperor Rosko, Pete Schofield, Rob Jones, Rob Walker. Click the image above to visit Soul Guy Radio.
The Soul Guy is a non-profit website dedicated to promoting the artists, DJs, and radio stations involved with soul music and other related genres. There are many articles to explore within the site and lots of links which will lead you to other sites and radio stations of interest. The site also seeks to encourage new generations to engage with the music and makes no distinction between the quality of soul tracks based upon the often subjective valuations of original 45s. The Soul Guy website continues to support soul radio online and you can find a short list of recommended shows and stations in the right-hand sidebar of this page.
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Emperor Rosko's much sought after classic DJ book is now available in ebook format for the very first time. The ebook includes the original book in its entirety, plus the long awaited part two, picking up where the old book left off back in 1976 and completing the Rosko story. Photos from the original edition are included along with many unpublished Rosko images. Includes many rare press clippings.
The original 1976 classic book in its entirety
Part Two: Continuing the Rosko story
When Rosko met Savile
Unseen photographs and rare press clippings
New foreword by Johnny Beerling.
An Essential Guide To UK Tamla Motown Singles. Includes all UK Tamla Motown 45s including release dates on:
• London American
• TMG 501 - TMG 599
Published back in December 1987, Dave McCadden's 'Groovin' Ala Go-Go' is probably one of the funniest Northern Soul fanzines you'll ever read.
The fanzine has now been rescued from oblivion and reproduced here in its entirety for those who may not have previously seen Dave's work. Click the cover to read articles such as:
The Soul Pack Sound, Northern Soul Hall Of Fame featuring many well known DJs, Billy Butler Rules - Okeh, Northern Soul Improves Your Bustline, plus Northern Soul Horoscopes - to name but a few.
Meet the amazing kids from Fulledge Young Souls Northern Soul club in Burnley
A guide to the music, artists and bands featured in series one and two of the award winning TV show
The story behind the highly collectable rare soul 45 'Gonna Hang On In There Girl by Sherlie Matthews and Jesse Davis
Regarded by many as one of the greatest Motown discoveries of all time, but was Frank Wilson really the singer? Read what Frank had to say about it.
Scoey's ever popular
radio show. Listen on demand anytime.
Join Rob Walker every month on Rosko Radio
for The Essential Soul Selection. Listen on demand anytime.
Broadcasting live seven days a week, Pure Rhythm Radio boasts some of the very best Soul shows internet radio has to offer. Listen now.
Hugh Williams presents The Souled Out Show. A Soul, Funk and Jazz Funk radio show.
Glenn Walker-Foster presents The Northern
Credited with the invention of the 12 inch single, New York record producer Tom Moulton originally worked in sales and promotions at Syd Nathan's King Records label between 1959 and 1961.
Tom has produced many great remixes over the years and the one highlighted here is certainly one of his best. This version of New York City's 1973 classic 'I'm Doing Fine Now' gives the listener the opportunity to hear more of the orchestration they may not have noticed in the original song. Read a Tom Moulton Interview
With Rob Walker
Specially recorded for The Soul Guy website
LISTEN NOW ON DEMAND
HAVE I LIVED BEFORE? WAS I A DERANGED KILLER IN A PAST LIFE? COULD I COMMIT A VIOLENT, BLOODY MURDER AND NOT REMEMBER IT?
Ceeoni Jones asks herself these bizarre questions soon after arriving in Starcross, Georgia to manage the restored Civil War Era Starcross Theatre. Within hours, she encounters the first mutilated corpse, killed by a relentless, illusive perpetrator who leaves no clues. One attack follows another as Ceeoni secretly grapples with an eerie episode of déjà vu that reveals her own vivid memories of 19th Century Starcross. When charismatic concert pianist Adam Delayno disappears without a trace, Past Life Therapist, Nasrene Asher probes the past lives of the Souls gathered at Starcross. Each testimony uncovers more clues to a 100-year-old tangled web of unresolved intrigue, deception and murder. A psychopathic killer, 'arrayed in some new flesh disguise' is once again stalking the Starcross Complex, seeking revenge. Tension escalates in a frantic race to unmask the killer's present identity, before he--or she--strikes again. Who will be the next victim? And most of all, who among them is a brutal murderer?
Judy Joy Jones: Amazing! Ms. Graham is an excellent story teller and I could not put the book down from start to finish!
Claudette Shannon: This novel educates while it entertains from its masterful opening pages to the breathtaking conclusion. Ms Graham is a gifted storyteller.
Albert Williams: I highly recommend Karma Rising as a tantalizing page turning mystery thriller.
Marla Feeney: Rita Graham has created a wonderful story, full of mystery and suspense, and a "whodunnit" murder case! She has a very descriptive writing style and many historical references to places and events in Georgia.
Jean Harris: The book was such a fun read. it really moves along with plenty of twists and turns and the resolution did surprise me.
A look at the history of the Disco genre and its development from humble beginnings to a world wide phenomenon
A collection of vintage soul concert posters including Sam Cooke, Otis Redding, Al Green, and The Motown Revue
The precursor to Rocksteady and Reggae which originated in Jamaica in the late 1950s
Writer and singer of the legendary classic 'Rescue Me'
TAMMI TERRELL Unforgettable Motown legend who died at the age of just 24
A major figure in the development of American Soul music
The Philadelphia girl band discovered by Richard Barrett
The New Jersey students who decided to enter a talent show
The Godfather of Soul
One of the most influential Soul artists of his generation
Leader of one of the most popular Philadelphia Soul groups of the 1970s
Motown legend regarded by many as "the nicest guy in show business"
Pioneering "silky and sweet" Soul band
One of the greatest voices of our time
He's done it for over fifty years and he'd do it for fifty more!
The son of an Arkansas sharecropper who sold over 20 million records
Otis Redding prodigy and singer of 'Sweet Soul Music'
Bronx High School friends who became one of the best known girl bands
MEMORABILIA Old badges, posters, photos, club cards etc
RARE UK LABELS
Scans of rare and collectable UK soul 45s
RARE US LABELS
Scans of rare and collectable US soul 45s
Some of the most collectable US 45s
• Soul Music With A Smile
• Modern Soul Choon Of The Day
• The Soul Guy
• Emperor Rosko
• Northern Soul "A Way Of Life"