Been looking forward to seeing this for some time, but so far we just have the trailer for the autobiographical James Brown movie Get On Up.
This flew under the radar a bit a few weeks ago, so might be a good time to evaluate the Soul Potential album on Acid Jazz.
The 6music show is popular and the man himself has done plenty of guesting out and about (including at Manchester’s legendary Hideaway Club). So The Craig Charles Funk & Soul Club album on Freestyle Records could be a decent listen.
Little did the team at Ace realise when they first got access to Dave Hamilton’s library of studio tapes back in the mid ’90s that it would result in a 15 year journey.
The latest studio outing from Sharon Jones and the Dap-Kings, aka one of the hottest live soul acts on the planet, serves up a faithful and suitably heartfelt dozen tracks that have been staples of their performances for many years now.
Hot on the heels of one time label mates Sharon Jones and the Dap-Kings’ UK shows comes old school funk/soul legend Lee Fields with a string of UK and Irish gigs.
Thanks to Jason Lee once again for flagging this up, specifically that Paul Weller's Vinyl Classics is now online for your listening delight.
See the image above? That's got details of tomorrow's Mind Yuh Business might, which takes place at Bar Solo, near Camden Town tube Station in London and every second Saturday of the month (next one 10th December). Can't make it? Have your own event in your own home. Sort of.