Tag Archives: Soul Music

Funk Ad(d)s Up To Dollars – Part 9: All About The Isleys

Funk Ad(d)s Up To Dollars – Part 9: All About The Isleys

I just featured The Isley Brothers in this series in “Part Seven” http://museumofuncutfunk.com/2015/11/16/funk-add-up-to-dollar-pt-even/  It seems like I blinked and here comes that sound… of FUNK, again.  Phillips Norelco uses the group’s hit “It’s Your Thing,” to accent a man’s shaving prowess, which results in his face being fresher than that of his lady… http://www.ispot.tv/ad/Aw_Y/philips-norelco-getting-ready 

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Aretha The Movie?

Aretha The Movie?

The Queen of Soul is currently working with Taylor Hackford, the producer of Ray, on a biopic of her life.

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It’s A Man’s Man’s Man’s World

It’s A Man’s Man’s Man’s World

Xavier Fauthoux from France was the grand prize winner of the James Brown Music Video Challenge with his biographical video for “It’s a Man’s, Man’s, Man’s World”.

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Soul Britannia Documentary

Soul Britannia Documentary

Soul Britannia is a three-episode documentary from BBC 4 that examines the dynamic impact of Black American and Caribbean sounds on British music and the very fabric of British society. From the 1950s to the present day, Soul Britannia investigates vinyl obsessions, Soul dancing, imitation, innovation and much more. Soul Britannia aired in July, 2007.

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FunkJazz Kafe – A Diary Of A Decade Documentary

FunkJazz Kafe – A Diary Of A Decade Documentary

This film is the story of a cultural legend as told by the innovators of an important, and in some cases overlooked, era in Black culture. Spanning the late 1980′s through to the early 2000′s, this story goes deep into the fabric of soul music, it’s definitions, it’s pioneers, it’s offspring, it’s movements, the challenges with the “mainstream” industry and the evolution of the FunkJazz Kafé, a music and arts movement born of Atlanta’s diverse musical heritage.

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1970’s Soul Power Concert Documentary

 

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The FUNK n’ Soul of Al Green – The Al Green Interview

The FUNK n’ Soul of Al Green – The Al Green Interview

I actually had the fortune to have met Al Green, the first time I interviewed him. As it was in the latter 90s when I conducted it, the living legend was already extremely accomplished by that time. He reflected on his beginnings in music and spoke of his early days in the studio with Willie Mitchell.

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Funk In The Movies

Funk In The Movies

 
George Clinton’s “Horrorween” is in post-production.  The King of Funk composed the soundtrack for the film and also has a cameo. When two students are working on a science project, they inadvertently create an inexpensive computer operating system and Internet browser that doesn’t crash.

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