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In at least one case, a previously obscure recording was specially remixed to appeal to Northern soul fans: the recording " Footsee " by Canadian group the Chosen Few was sped up, overdubbed and remixed to emerge as the UK No. A large proportion of Northern soul's original audience came from within the s mod subculture. In the late s, when some mods started to embrace freakbeat and psychedelic rock , other mods - especially those in Northern England - stuck to the original mod soundtrack of soul and Blue Beat.

From the latter category, two strands emerged: skinheads and the Northern soul scene. Early Northern soul fashion included strong elements of the classic mod style, such as button-down Ben Sherman shirts, blazers with centre vents and unusual numbers of buttons, trickers and brogue shoes and shrink-to-fit Levi's jeans. Later, Northern soul dancers started to wear light and loose-fitting clothing for reasons of practicality.

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This included high-waisted, baggy Oxford trousers and sports vests. These were often covered with sew-on badges representing soul club memberships. The clenched raised fist symbol that has become associated with the Northern soul movement emanates from the s Black Power movement of the United States. In , Andrew Wilson lecturer in criminology at the University of Sheffield published the extensively researched sociological study Northern Soul: Music, drugs and subcultural identity. This work details in some depth the lifestyles associated with the Northern soul scene and the extensive use of amphetamines otherwise known as speed by many involved.

Wilson argues that, although many did not use drugs, their usage was heavily ingrained in the fast-paced culture of the Northern soul scene, contributing to participants' ability to stay up all night dancing. Many clubs and events were closed down or refused licences due to the concern of local authorities that soul nights attracted drug dealers and users. Of the regular attendees he said, "All they wanted was fast-tempo black dance music The Northern soul scene has had a notable influence on DJ culture, certain musicians, and has been portrayed in literature, theatre and cinema.

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The Northern soul movement is cited by many as being a significant step towards the creation of contemporary club culture and of the superstar DJ culture of the s. As in contemporary club culture, Northern soul DJs built up a following based on satisfying the crowd's desires for music that they could not hear anywhere else. The competitiveness between DJs to unearth 'in-demand' sounds led them to cover up the labels on their records, giving rise to the modern white label pressing.

Many argue that Northern soul was instrumental in creating a network of clubs, DJs, record collectors and dealers in the UK, and was the first music scene to provide the British charts with records that sold entirely on the strength of club play. A technique employed by northern soul DJs in common with their later counterparts was the sequencing of records to create euphoric highs and lows for the crowd. DJ, Laurence 'Larry' Proxton being known for this method.

DJ personalities and their followers involved in the original Northern soul movement went on to become important figures in the house and dance music scenes. Northern Soul with Tony Deller is broadcast each week on Cambridge community radio station Cambridge Northern soul has influenced several notable musicians.

Terry Christian — in his article about Northern soul for The Times — wrote: "There's an instant credibility for any artist or brand associated with a scene that has always been wild, free and grassroots. The Northern soul subculture has spawned a number of memoirs, novels and short stories. Northern Soul is the title of a theatre piece by the British visual and performance artist, Victoria Melody.

Films set in the Northern soul scene include 's Soulboy and 's Northern Soul. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For other uses, see Northern soul disambiguation. Soul rhythm and blues gospel. Strings horns guitar vocals. Modern soul Madchester mod revival rave culture. Motown Records mod subculture skinhead.

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See also: Category:Northern soul musicians. See also: Rare groove. Louder Than War.

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BBC Arts. Retrieved 23 September Charles Reese! Retrieved 31 July Retrieved 13 March Classic 45s. Retrieved 29 August BBC News. Retrieved 15 December New York: Berghahn Books. Northern Soul: Living for the Weekend. BBC Four.

Retrieved 2 September Terrible cover version of The Invitations' classic. That was when it was no longer underground. Everybody knew about it. Now I'm into Northern Soul'. You'd be speaking to work colleagues, they'd be saying, 'What are you into? How many times do I have to explain, that's as far away as it can possibly be? It horrified the purists. None of us at the venues were very happy about it, but what it did, it put Northern Soul on the music map for the industry. Retrieved 17 April BeeCool Publishing. Archived from the original on 19 October Retrieved 2 January Cambridge Archived from the original on 15 July The Annotated Fall.

Retrieved 29 December New Musical Express. The Adoption Movement : Saving Souls. Description The Adoption Movement is a work of love and its mission is to help save souls for the Glory of God.

There is nothing more important for anyone to do other than to help save the souls of their brothers and sisters as well as their own through Jesus Christ. James said through the Holy Spirit, "Whoever brings back a sinner will save his soul from death and will cover a multitude of sins. Our Lady, the Virgin Mary told the Fatima Children, "Pray, pray very much, and make sacrifices for sinner; for many souls go to hell, because there are none to sacrifice themselves and to pray for them..

Rather than wish to see us suffer for our prodigality, He offered Himself so that we may turn to His Father and have life more abundantly. Inspired by the Spirit of God, Esmeralda has outlined simple ways in which we can change the world by changing our habits of condemning our weak brothers and sisters to adopting them and offering up sincere prayers on their behalf.

In this way, God may grant them conversion and merit in the Most Precious Blood of Christ shed for all. Rating details. Book ratings by Goodreads. Goodreads is the world's largest site for readers with over 50 million reviews. We're featuring millions of their reader ratings on our book pages to help you find your new favourite book.