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1 month 4 weeks ago
2021 Introduction: With a resurgence of interest in her recordings as a result of the 2021 SoulMusic Records’ box set, “Old Friend – The Deluxe Collection (1976-1998),” the late and much-revered Phyllis Hyman was just starting her recording career when then-Manhattan neighbour David Nathan met up with her in 1977…
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Tabatha Fireman/Redferns
2 months ago
From guitar to sitar, he put the "chank" in the Motown sound.
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Stax Records
2 months ago
Isaac's sixth album is one of his most sensuous.
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Chris Carroll/Corbis via Getty Images
2 months 1 week ago
It was a chart record they'd later break twice!
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2 months 1 week ago
Learn all about the new Aretha Franklin biopic right here.
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Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images
2 months ago
We mark the August 16, 2018 passing of Aretha Franklin, the undisputed ‘Queen Of Soul’ with this seldom-seen interview that occurred spontaneously and unexpectedly one summer evening in 1977 when Aretha called from Encino, California to share with David Nathan in New York about her then-new album “Sweet Passion” and more,…
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2 months 1 week ago
The latest digital release by Pharaoh's Dream revives the 1966 Bobby Hebb classic, "Sunny" with a 21st century jazz'n'reggae twist...
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2 months ago
The term 'deep soul' first appeared in musical vernacular in the mid-'60s when Dave Godin, one of David Nathan's partners at Soul City record store in London referenced it to describe the intensely emotional feeling that certain R&B vocalists injected into their recordings. David pays tribute to two of the 'unsung' purveyors of the genre, Judy Clay and Lorraine Ellison...
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