Soulful Etiquette The Radio Show

Soulful Etiquette The Radio Show Driven By Its DNA

Soulful Etiquette The Radio Show

Soulful Etiquette the radio show features the music from the last 6 decades of R&B, Soul, Jazz-Funk, Reggae, Disco and Northern Soul. We also feature the new Independent artists and the newer trends like Soulful House.

The show is all about the music we love, so we let the music do the talking. This means the presenter is there just to link the tracks together with information about the artists, the music and to add your input, like requests and name checks. Quite simply it’s radio like it used to be!

Soulful Etiquette Playlist

The playlist on every show contains the soul classics stretching back to those early years of the pioneers of soul About Soulful Etiquette The Radio Show Driven By Its DNAmusic the Detroit Michigan Hitsville factory of Motown (Thank You Berry Gordy) and those small local labels of the day that created the UK based and much loved Northern Soul scene.

In the 70’s Philadelphia International Records or (PIR) created by Kenny Gamble, Leon Huff and Thom Bell (Thanks Guys, even today in 2020 your music is so refreshing) took up the challenge and moved the music on with lavish productions that created household name across the world for The O’Jays, Lou Rawls, Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes, The Jones Girls, Teddy Pendergrass, Jean Carne and Billy Paul to name but a few.

The 70’s also saw the birth of the Discotheque and disco music. 50 years later we still play those tracks and the newer re-edits that have been sampled over and over again in recent years.

Brit-Funk – Jazz-Funk

Come the mid to late 70’s we saw the arrival of Jazz-Funk from USA and Brit-Funk here in the UK with artists like Hi-Tension, Light Of The World (the bands name came from a Kool & The Gang track), Atmosfear, Central Line, Loose Ends Incognito and many more.

Northern Soul

The Northern Soul scene is mainly based here in the UK and 50+ years after it started. It’s still probably the most loved and supported soul scene of them all. Hardly a week goes by these days without an event on somewhere north of Watford UK. Keeping the Faith and enjoying life thanks to Motown, Ric-Tic, GWR and more and those original small independent labels of days gone by and their brilliant artists.

Caribbean Delight – Reggae

Now who does not like a bit of sunshine in their lives? Reggae and Soca delivers just that in abundance with that magical rhythm. We all know about the legends Bob Marley, Peter Tosh, Gregory Isaacs and more, but check out the new stuff It’s Got That Rhythm. A bit of Reggae will set you up to tackle any task, just try it.

From 1980 to 1985 soul music really took off and sold in huge quantities, sadly today not so well. So lets try and bring our music back to where it belongs and that is on top of the shopping list.

With 6 decades of great music to choose from including our much loved independent artists of the day, you will be only be a few minutes away from one of your favourite R&B, Soul, Jazz-Funk, Reggae, Disco, Northern Soul or Soulful House tracks On Soulful Etiquette The Radio Show.

Soulful Etiquette The Radio Show, It’s Show Time!

Stand by we hear some Frankie Beverly and Maze, Earth Wind and Fire, Luther Vandross Teddy Pendergrass, Yvonne Baker and Bob Marley & The Wailers on the way, with Bobby & Steve, DJ Spen, Rick Clarke ft Don E, Lukas Setto, Gg, Shaila Prosper and Alex Puddu all waiting to be queued up to play next on Soulful Etiquette The Radio Show.

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