Tag: northern soul

Northern Soul Classics CD review

Not content with producing the Original Mod Classics CD, the same label has also brought out Northern Soul: 20 Original Classics. And like the last one, we've gone and reviewed it. Same formula, similar price – even got the same bloke doing the sleevenotes (Paolo Hewitt). Different tracklisting obviously. Anyway, […]

Bettye Lavette does The Who

Soul singers covering rock tunes isn't a new thing – we did a Spotify playlist of some a while back, but here's one I missed – Bettye Lavette doing The Who's Love Reign O'er Me. According to this YouTube clip, the track was recording for some kind of event honouring […]

Double Cookin' CD reviewed

Kent (amazingly) hasn't done a northern soul instrumental CD before, which makes the Double Cookin' CD release something of an event. Compiled by Tony Rounce, it features 24 northern soul instrumentals, perhaps leaning more towards the classic than the rare – although there are some hard to find nuggets on […]

Northern Soul – the movie

I feel like I've been writing about a 'forthcoming northern soul movie' for almost as long as I've been writing this site. But have any actually made it to the big screen? Anyway, it looks like one is about to cross the great divide – the appropriately-named Northern Soul. The […]

New band: Men of North Country

Interesting new signing to the Acid Jazz label – Men of North Country. Influences vary from modern-day indie to old school soul. AJ are calling it 'gothic northern soul'. Not sure about that, but it's different if nothing else. Anyway, they hail from Tel Aviv and they have a self-titled […]

Keep The Faith cushions

Looking for some cheese for your sofa? You'll get all the cheddar you need with this Northern Soul Keep The Faith cushion. According to the seller's site, the cushions are made of a super soft faux suede, are machine washable and come complete with the cushion pad, that northern soul […]