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Too Darn Soulful - The Story of Northern Soul

£8.49

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Northern Soul has been described as the longest running fad in the history of British music culture. What began as an underground 60s Mod scene in unlicensed, no-frills clubs in the north west of England became the youth craze of the mid-70s. Northern Soul has confounded its critics by surviving, and growing into an adult dance scene whose followers share a passion for the music of Black America unrivalled anywhere else in the world. Packed with memorabilia, behind-the-scenes facts, and interviews covering artists from the Motown days right up to current chart acts like Fatboy Slim, Too Darn Soulful is the definitive history of a dance scene that refuses to die.

Minor shelfwear, very small creases on the top and bottom right of the front cover. Binding tight and all pages intact.

Item details

Author(s):
David Nowell
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
L: 21.6, W: 13.8, D: 2.6cm
Edition:
New Edition
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
1861054319
ISBN-13:
9781861054319
Number of pages:
332
Publisher:
Robson
Title:
Too Darn Soulful - The Story of Northern Soul

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Northern Soul has been described as the longest running fad in the history of British music culture. What began as an underground 60s Mod scene in unlicensed, no-frills clubs in the north west of England became the youth craze of the mid-70s. Northern Soul has confounded its critics by surviving, and growing into an adult dance scene whose followers share a passion for the music of Black America unrivalled anywhere else in the world. Packed with memorabilia, behind-the-scenes facts, and interviews covering artists from the Motown days right up to current chart acts like Fatboy Slim, Too Darn Soulful is the definitive history of a dance scene that refuses to die.

Minor shelfwear, very small creases on the top and bottom right of the front cover. Binding tight and all pages intact.

Author(s):
David Nowell
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
L: 21.6, W: 13.8, D: 2.6cm
Edition:
New Edition
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
1861054319
ISBN-13:
9781861054319
Number of pages:
332
Publisher:
Robson
Title:
Too Darn Soulful - The Story of Northern Soul

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