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Stirring Up Some Blues: Original Sound Of Uk Club

Stirring Up Some Blues: Original Sound Of Uk Club

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SOUL MUSIC arose out of the black experience in America through the transmutation of gospel and rhythm & blues into a form for funky, secular testifying.? ? Otis Redding.?SOUL MUSIC is pain ? you can hear the slaves, the beatin? and hurtin?.? ? Link Wray.WELCOME to the latest instalment of our ?Adventures in UK Club Land? exploring the ?Club Beat? ? the roots of R&B, Ska, Gospel, Jazz, Blues, Mod and, in this chapter, SOUL.Pre ?63 the term ?Soul music? was not in use as a genre defining expression. Artists might be described as ?soulful? such as Chuck Jackson, Baby Washington or the Impressions (featured here), although hardly household names at the time. Even our opening act, the mighty Supremes, were little known over here and, in fact, were jokingly referred to as the non-hit Supremes in their own country. It wasn?t until a year or two later, ?64-?65, that Soul music really established itself. By then America had, by and large, stopped making traditional R&B, and in the U.K. nobody wanted to hear home-grown R&B-styled white acts, Motown had arrived and Soul music ruled the day.Soul music today is firmly entrenched in popular culture and we hope you enjoy our retrospective of the sounds that set the Soul template.


  1. Baby Washington ? Hush Heart
  2. Barbara George ? The Recipe (For Perfect Fools)
  3. Billy Bland ? My Heart?s On Fire
  4. Billy La Mont ? I?m Gonna Try
  5. Chuck Jackson ? Any Day Now (My Wild Beautiful Bird)
  6. Dorothy Berry & Jimmy Norman ? I?m With You All The Way
  7. Eli Lee ? I Get The Feelin?
  8. Fred Bridges ? Baby Don?t You Weep
  9. Irma Thomas ? I Did My Part
  10. Jamie Coe - Cleopatra
  11. Jean Dushon ? Plaything
  12. Johnny Acey ? Please Don?t Go (Back To Baltimore)
  13. Joyce Davis ? Moments To Remember
  14. Jr. Walker & The All Stars ? Cleo?s Mood
  15. Leroy Jones ? Hide ?Nor Hair
  16. Roosevelt Nettles ? Heartaches And Trouble
  17. Sidney Barnes - Wait
  18. Sonny Forriest ? Train
  19. Sonny Thompson ? Lost In This Great Big City
  20. The Impressions ? Minstrel And Queen
  21. The Majestics ? Treat Me Like You Want To Be Treated
  22. The Supremes ? Your Heart Belongs To Me
  23. Tony Smith & Combo ? Mr. John?s Cha Cha
  24. Vernon Harrell ? Slick Chick
  25. Walter Jackson ? I Don?t Want To Suffer

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