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Soul Inside (BBC David Jensen Show)

Soul Inside (BBC David Jensen Show)



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Soul Inside (BBC David Jensen Show) · Soft Cell

Keychains & Snowstorms – The Soft Cell Story

℗ 2018 BBC

Released on: 2018-09-07

Associated Performer, Vocals, Producer: Marc Almond
Associated Performer, Music Production, Synthesizer Programming, Background Vocalist, Studio Personnel, Mixer, Producer: Dave Ball
Composer Lyricist: Marc Almond
Composer Lyricist: David James Ball

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Pete Waterman and Elaine Constantine Northern Soul on BBC Breakfast 20th December 2011

Pete Waterman and Elaine Constantine Northern Soul on BBC Breakfast 20th December 2011



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BBC Breakfast 20th December 2011. Pete Waterman and Elaine Constantine discuss Northern Soul. Elaine’s film looks very promising and authentic, the music choices are great and I can hardly wait to see it.

Rod Stewart sings ‘Farewell’ – BBC Strictly 2018

Rod Stewart sings 'Farewell' - BBC Strictly 2018



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Northern Soul Girl Dancing behind the scenes BBC The One Show Such Great Fun

Northern Soul Girl Dancing behind the scenes BBC The One Show Such Great Fun



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have this youngsters got soul or is it stage managed….you better believe they have, it was just amazing spending time with em at the one show the other week, they humoured me well, top class gifted intelligent polite people, a real credit to their parents and mentors viva la northern soul future and us over 25s were not so bad either and wow Goin to a happening Tommy Neal is the record that got me fanatical about soul lol Love Yers Smiley xxx

” folk britannia ” – bbc doc. of english folk music – 2006(pt1of4).

'' folk britannia '' - bbc doc. of english folk music - 2006(pt1of4).



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with the resurgence of anything folk oriented at the moment this is the ideal time to see this wonderful documentary on English folk music and it’s off-shots that was shown on bbc4 back in 2006…all the right talking heads are in place including martin mcarty/andy Irvine/roy harper/the watersons/bert jansch/joe boyd/Donovan/dick gaughan/Jackson c frank/anne briggs/clive palmer/robin Williamson/mike heron/incredible string band davy graham and 100’s more…..enjoy….

Sakha folk music: Ayarkhaan – Dedication to the Blacksmiths’ Patron (BBC)

Sakha folk music: Ayarkhaan - Dedication to the Blacksmiths' Patron (BBC)



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Copyright © Albina Degtyareva and her Ayarkhaan group.
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Northern Soul Dancing BBC One Show what a Wonderful Expereince The Clap, spot on!

Northern Soul Dancing BBC One Show what a Wonderful Expereince The Clap, spot on!



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Jamie Whitehead pinched me camera and videoed this lol top man along with his partner Fiona Smith, they certainly observe the masses and do the opposite, love em. Wow BBC 1 Show did we have fun o yes yes yes just wonderful to spend some time with real winners not winers,and just listen to the clap, a lost art my Wigan friends tell me. xxx

Northern Soul : Living for the Weekend BBC Documentary 2014

Northern Soul : Living for the Weekend BBC Documentary 2014



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Northern Soul : Living for the Weekend BBC Documentary 2014

The northern soul phenomenon was the most exciting underground British club movement of the 1970s. At its highpoint, thousands of disenchanted white working class youths across the north of England danced to obscure, mid-60s Motown-inspired sounds until the sun rose. A dynamic culture of fashions, dance moves, vinyl obsession and much more grew up around this – all fuelled by the love of rare black American soul music with an express-train beat.

Through vivid first-hand accounts and rare archive footage, this film charts northern soul’s dramatic rise, fall and re-birth. It reveals the scene’s roots in the mod culture of the 1960s and how key clubs like Manchester’s Twisted Wheel and Sheffield’s Mojo helped create the prototype that would blossom in the next decade.

By the early 1970s a new generation of youngsters in the north were transforming the old ballrooms and dancehalls of their parents’ generation into citadels of the northern soul experience, creating a genuine alternative to mainstream British pop culture. This was decades before the internet, when people had to travel great distances to enjoy the music they felt so passionate about.

Set against a rich cultural and social backdrop, the film shows how the euphoria and release that northern soul gave these clubbers provided an escape from the bleak reality of their daily lives during the turbulent 1970s. After thriving in almost total isolation from the rest of the UK, northern soul was commercialized and broke nationwide in the second half of the 70s. But just as this happened, the once-healthy rivalry between the clubs in the north fell apart amidst bitter in-fighting over the direction the scene should go.

Today, northern soul is more popular than ever, but it was back in the 1970s that one of the most fascinating and unique British club cultures rose to glory. Contributors include key northern soul DJs like Richard Searling, Ian Levine, Colin Curtis, Kev Roberts, alongside Lisa Stansfield, Norman Jay, Pete Waterman, Marc Almond, Peter Stringfellow and others.

The northern soul phenomenon was the most exciting underground British club movement of the 1970s. At its highpoint, thousands of disenchanted white working class youths across the north of England danced to obscure, mid-60s Motown-inspired sounds until the sun rose. A dynamic culture of fashions, dance moves, vinyl obsession and much more grew up around this – all fuelled by the love of rare black American soul music with an express-train beat.

Through vivid first-hand accounts and rare archive footage, this film charts northern soul’s dramatic rise, fall and re-birth. It reveals the scene’s roots in the mod culture of the 1960s and how key clubs like Manchester’s Twisted Wheel and Sheffield’s Mojo helped create the prototype that would blossom in the next decade.

By the early 1970s a new generation of youngsters in the north were transforming the old ballrooms and dancehalls of their parents’ generation into citadels of the northern soul experience, creating a genuine alternative to mainstream British pop culture. This was decades before the internet, when people had to travel great distances to enjoy the music they felt so passionate about.

Set against a rich cultural and social backdrop, the film shows how the euphoria and release that northern soul gave these clubbers provided an escape from the bleak reality of their daily lives during the turbulent 1970s. After thriving in almost total isolation from the rest of the UK, northern soul was commercialized and broke nationwide in the second half of the 70s. But just as this happened, the once-healthy rivalry between the clubs in the north fell apart amidst bitter in-fighting over the direction the scene should go.

Today, northern soul is more popular than ever, but it was back in the 1970s that one of the most fascinating and unique British club cultures rose to glory. Contributors include key northern soul DJs like Richard Searling, Ian Levine, Colin Curtis, Kev Roberts, alongside Lisa Stansfield, Norman Jay, Pete Waterman, Marc Almond, Peter Stringfellow and others.