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  1. Urban Cookie Collective – High On A Happy Vibe features in FX drama “Pose”

    POSE is an American drama about New York City’s African-American and Latino LGBTQ and gender-nonconforming drag ball culture scene in the 1980s, early 1990s in the second season, and the mid-to-late 1990s in the third season. Urban Cookie Collective’s “High on a Happy Vibe” https://www.tracklicensing.com/artist/urban-cookie-collective/ features in both Episode 2 and the finale episode.  The…

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  2. Labi Siffre – It Must Be Love features in new Co-Op ad campaign for recycling

    Co-op will debut a nationwide advertising campaign tonight to promote its in-store recycling scheme, fetauring the song “It Must Be Love”https://www.tracklicensing.com/artist/labi-siffre/page/3/ by Labi Siffre. The environmental ad reflects that whilst some of us are still a little hesitant to go back into public, there is joy to be found in the little things The Manchester retailer…

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  3. Demon Music @ 40

    Demon Music Group celebrates their 40th anniversary this year. Founded in 1980 by Andrew Lauder, Jake Riviera and Elvis Costello, Demon was originally founded to deliver one-off singles. The first Demon release was by an unknown girl group called Bananarama.  Based in the UK, Demon is well known for its music  catalogue of classic artists…

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  4. William Devaughn – Be Thankful For What You Got – making of a soul classic

    William DeVaughn was working as a government employee when he wrote “A Cadillac Don’t Come Easy”, eventually re-written to become “Be Thankful for What You Got” in 1972, and spent $900 toward it under a development agreement, under which an artist will record a few initial demos or tracks where, if successfully approved, the company…

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  5. Brunswick Records – Northern Soul 7″ vinyl – licensed from Tracklicensing.com

    Tracklicensing have just licensed these two fantastic Brunswick masters to the DNSC Record label for a limited 7″ vinyl.                                  Two great Brunswick sides on one disc from two of the greatest soul vocalists  The A Side features Tyrone Davis’ version…

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  6. Kirsty MacColl, Evan Dando – Perfect Day ( cover version of Lou Reed)

    Just one of those rare, magical moments when two memorable artists come together to cover a timeless classic of a legendary icon in an unforgettable, touching way. That’s what the gorgeous Kirsty MacColl and Lemonheads troubadour EvanDando did with PERFECT DAY, one of the highlights on Lou Reed‘s 1972 album Transformer. They turned this reflective diamond into something really touching special. Dreamy,…

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  7. Labi Siffre interview on the What Goes Around music podcast

    https://open.spotify.com/show/3u6jBxydmfBzGT0MKEWhON Listen to a rare interview  with Labi on the What Goes Around podcast.  Writer of such classic songs as “It Must Be Love”, “My Song” and “Bless the Telephone”.  His songs have been covered by artists as varied as Madness, Joss Stone, Rod Stewart, Kelis and Kenny Rogers and been sampled by Hip-Hop royalty…

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  8. Chairmen of the Board – In Session – classic soul from Motown producer/ songwriters Holland Dozier Holland

    1970s soul group established after the legendary producers and songwriters Holland, Dozier, Holland left Motown Records to start their own record labels. This album was released on Invictus Records and features the distinctive vocals of General Johnson, the last album with the original quartet.  Track highlights include ‘Hanging onto a Memory’, ‘Patches’, ‘Everything’s Tuesday’. Listen…

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  9. ‘Beautiful Ones: The Best of Suede 1992 – 2018’

    Demon Music are releasing a new Suede compilation called Beautiful Ones: The Best of Suede 1992-2018 which will be available as a 4CD, 6LP vinyl and 2LPs packages. Limited signed editions are available. The original era (1993 to 2002) saw the band issue five albums including their Mercury music prize-winning self-titled debut (1993), the even better follow-up Dog Man Star (1994) and then…

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  10. T.Rex – Rock & Roll Hall of Fame

    . T. Rex were inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame during tonight’s ceremony, which aired on HBO. Ringo Starr inducted the band, honoring the late Marc Bolan in his speech. “People knew him as a great musician, a songwriter, a guitarist, but he was also a poet, and he was very proud of that,” Starr said. “In fact, his poetry was as…

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