Any 60s soul enthusiast will tell you that vinyl is king. But it's getting harder and harder to find original 45s. So for those less inclined to spend a king's ransom on Motor City rarities here are some alternative listening sources More…


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The Detroit’s soul and R&B scene was not just about Motown. While Berry Gordy’s company cast a mighty shadow over the city, there were hundreds of singers, musicians, producers and songwriters who gave the giant a run for its money. Their story has remained a footnote in Detroit’s music history until now, with the publication of Keith Rylatt’s Groovesville USA.

This 320-page paperback is packed with a depth of information Motor City freaks can only dream about. As well as a history of the development of black music in Detroit there is an exhaustive A-Z of the city’s artists and musicians, and an equally detailed A-Z of the area’s myriad labels and record companies. The book is beautifully designed with rarely seen artists’ photographs, press ads, radio station flyers, newspaper clippings, and record labels.

Look inside the book here..