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CLICK THE BANNER & LISTEN TO:
SounDoctrine - "ENDURANCE"
LISTEN TO SounDoctrine - ENDURANCE - 1. Once Upon A groove, 2. Kickin Stick, 3. Small Mouth Bass, 4. Really Cool, 5. Hermeneutics, 6. Soul Song, 7. Blues Crossing, 8. The Legend of Phil The Beat, 9. Sacrifice, 10. Chi Tea, 11. Fiveaftersix, 12. Boys in the Wood


Slideshow From The 2006 R&B Foundation Awards
Soul-Patrol Newsletter Headlines

* TIDBITS: Upcoming Soul-Patrol Events in DC, Cleveland, Philly and NYC. Ohio Players, Fertile Ground, Conya Doss, SounDoctrine. Brothers Johnson, New Birth, The Mary Jane Girls, Slave, Switch, Stylistics, Dramatics, Chi-Lites, The Intruders, Peaches And Herb, Jimmy "JJ" Walker, War, Zapp Band, Ohio Players, Lakeside + All You Can Eat And Drink Crabfeast. Candi Staton, Archie Bell. Ray Parker Jr, Blackbyrds. Dells, Harold Melvin's Blue Notes, Harold Hewitt, Black Ivory, Meli'sa Morgan, GQ, Floaters, Eddie Holman.

* COMMENTARY: Thoughts on the 2006 R&B Foundation Awards

* CONCERT REVIEW: Family Stone @ Carter Baron Washington DC ("You can make it if you try/Everybody is a star....")

* CONCERT REVIEW: The Brand New Heavies (w/ taragirl) At the Borgata's Music Box - Atlantic City, NJ (7/14/06)

* CD REVIEW - Red Hot Chili Peppers - Stadium Arcadium

* EVENT REVIEW: Soul-Patrol Covers The 2006 Detroit Music Awards

* Soul-Patrol @ Philadelphia Black Heritage Festival @ Clark Park




Welcome To The Soul-Patrol Newsletter

This issue of the Soul-Patrol Newsletter is mostly about some of the events we have been attending around the country, One new CD review and our feature NEW album release by SounDoctrine - "Endurance" (who is also one of the feature performers at our upcoming event this week in Cleveland!!!).

We think that there are a LOT of very cool LIVE music events happening around the country this summer. Obviously we can't be at all of them, but you can be. Be sure to attend a LIVE music event this summer and when you do, take at least one younger person with you

Here are a few upcoming Soul-Patrol Events:

(7/28) Cleveland - Soul-Patrol "Pre- Family Unity in the Park Meet & Greet" Contact Iris Smith hellostranger@msn.com

(7/29) Cleveland - Family Unity in the Park : Ohio Players, Fertile Ground, Conya Doss, SounDoctrine, & more @ Luke Easter Park (FREE) Contact Iris Smith hellostranger@msn.com

(8/4 - 8/6) Washington DC - 1st Annual Maryland Music Festival & Crab Feast @ Show Place Arena. Featuring: Brothers Johnson, New Birth, The Mary Jane Girls, Slave, Switch, Stylistics, Dramatics, Chi-Lites, The Intruders, Peaches And Herb, Jimmy "JJ" Walker, War, Zapp Band, Ohio Players, Lakeside + All You Can Eat And Drink Crabfeast (contact the Poetry In Motion Business Office at 301-292-3688 for discounted Soul-Patrol Tickets & Hotel Rates or go to www.marylandmusicfest.com)

(8/9 NYC) - Candi Staton (w/Stephanie McKay) Wednesday, @ 8 PM at The Bowery Ballroom
217 East Houston Street (between Ludlow and Essex) in Manhattan, NY
Phone: 212-260-4700 or 866-468-7619 / Tickets: $25
www.boweryballroom.com Contact NYC Soul-Patrol Coordinator Cheryl Russell CRussell@hlhz.com if you are coming out


(8/11 Philly) - Candi Staton (w/Stephanie McKay) Friday, @ 7:30 PM at Downstairs at World Café Live
3025 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104
Phone: 215-222-1400 / Tickets: $20
www.worldcafelive.com Contact Philly Soul-Patrol Coordinator David Brooks dbrooks@pond.com if you are coming out


(8/21 NYC) - Archie Bell with The Dansettes @ Joe’s Pub Monday, August 21 (212-239-6200) Contact NYC Soul-Patrol Coordinator Cheryl Russell CRussell@hlhz.com if you are coming out

(9/30 Bronx/NYC) - Paradise Theater Featuring Dells, Harold Melvin's Blue Notes, Harold Hewitt, Black Ivory, Meli'sa Morgan, GQ (featuring Emanual Rahiem), Floaters, Eddie Holman. Contact Ray Chandller & Associates/Heart and Soul Productions at: http://www.rcahas.com


I plan to personally attend all of these events and Soul-Patrol will have a major presence at each one, so if you are coming out to any of these let me know via email.


--Bob Davis
earthjuice@prodigy.net

Thoughts on the 2006 R&B Foundation Awards

2006 R&B Foundation Pioneer Awards We just got through putting up all of the audio material that we gathered at the 2006 R&B Foundation Pioneer Awards. It's all posted up on the main page of the site for your viewing and listening pleasure at: www.soul-patrol.com

So now I can catch my breath for a moment and reflect on things a bit.

This is the 4th time that Soul-Patrol has covered the R&B Foundation Pioneer Awards. The way that we have approached it has changed each time and I suspect that it will continue to evolve over time. The R&B Foundation is one of the most important entities that exists in all of Black music and Soul-Patrol is one of it's biggest cheerleaders. Sometimes that makes it difficult to separate covering the event as a news story vs. covering it as a fan. If you are a reporter covering this event, there are two fundamental perspectives that you can take...

- An "Entertainment Tonight" perspective
- A "World News Tonight" perspective

As the years have gone by, Soul-Patrol's coverage of this event has moved from covering the event from an "Entertainment Tonight" perspective to more of a "World News Tonight" perspective. That's because the organization itself has evolved and the challenges it faces have become much more serious.

On the surface this event is very similar to covering the RRHOF Inductions. For example it takes place at a big city, very posh and historic hotel and has many of the trappings of a "coronation" for the honorees. It all culminates in a big throw down party, featuring an evening usually filled with nostalgia, camaraderie and of course great performances.

However that is where the similarities end. The RRHOF Inductions are like a corporate party while R&B Foundation Pioneer Awards are actually much more like a big "family reunion" for the artists who attend. All of the artists in attendance all know each other and generally speaking are fans of each other's work. At the end, everybody goes home with a sense of renewal and possibilities for the future. Typically the feeling is just like being at a family reunion, where people promise to stay in touch but never actually do.

For me as a reporter this presents something of a dilemma, because in fact I wear multiple hats at this event. While Soul-Patrol has no formal ties to the R&B Foundation, however informally I am obligated to do as much as I can to assist them and I try to do exactly that, making the best use of the infrastructure available to me (on "GP"). However in no way do I feel that obligates me to "spin the story".

My sense at the end of this year's event is that some of what the R&B Foundation has been in the past is going to change. In fact I think that it already has changed.

In many respects the R&B Foundation is "growing up" and that is probably for the best. It's going to become more "corporate" in nature and I think that its mission is going to be modified. In order to move forward it's going to have to evolve from being what it has been in the past towards a different model. In the past it was mostly a question of survival. In the future it will be about matters of expansion, fairness, public policy vs. private interests and more. And that will present an entirely different set of challenges for the organization.

Anyhow...

Here are the main stories that we were able to pick up on at the 2006 R&B Foundation Pioneer Awards:

- The "changing of the guard" (Kenny Gamble & Katie Connelly)
- The move of the organization's headquarters and the awards to Philadelphia and the "local politics" involved
- The evolution of a "National Center for R&B"
- The reunion of the Delfonics
- The emergence of Bettye LaVette & Barbara Mason

Each of these stories is going to be quite interesting as they evolve, take shape and more clarity emerges. Soul-Patrol is in a good position to follow up on each one of these stories and other that will no doubt emerge over the coming weeks and months. And we intend to do just that.

On the "Entertainment Tonight" side of things...

1. I finally got to meet Claudette Robinson of the Miracles, and she couldn't have been nicer to me. This is someone I have had a crush on since I was about 13 years old, and meeting her in person was truly exciting for me!!! I talked with her for quite a while. And as I talked with her, I knew that there was simply no way that I would be able to focus enough in order to sit down and do a taped interview with her, I was simply too "goo goo eyed"....lol She is today (at whatever her age is) simply stunning.

And more importantly as you will hear in the interview she did with Kevin Amos, she's one of the most articulate and intelligent entertainers that you will ever met.

2. Great performances were turned in by Bettye LaVette, Barbara Mason, Gerald Levert, James Ingram, not spectacular, but great.

3. They need MO' FUNK up in there

4. And finally, I couldn't have been happier for Bettye LaVette, Barbara Mason and the Delfonics. It really isn't a secret how I feel about them. I know them all well and not only am I a big fan of all three, but I have via Soul-Patrol been a part of each one of their "re-emergence". Their stories are also evolving, so it's far from over, however it was a great feeling for me to watch them accept their R&B Foundation Pioneer Awards.

Well all I've got for the moment. Please be sure to listen to the audio material and pictures we have assembled for you at: www.soul-patrol.com


Bob Davis:
earthjuice@prodigy.net


CLICK THE BANNER & LISTEN TO:
SounDoctrine - "ENDURANCE"
LISTEN TO SounDoctrine - ENDURANCE - 1. Once Upon A groove, 2. Kickin Stick, 3. Small Mouth Bass, 4. Really Cool, 5. Hermeneutics, 6. Soul Song, 7. Blues Crossing, 8. The Legend of Phil The Beat, 9. Sacrifice, 10. Chi Tea, 11. Fiveaftersix, 12. Boys in the Wood


CONCERT REVIEW: Family Stone @ Carter Baron Washington DC ("You can make it if you try/Everybody is a star....")


The Stewart 4There is an overall philosophy that is deeply embedded inside of the songs originally made famous by Sly and the Family Stone...

That philosophy speaks to the very heart of the human condition as we know it. It speaks to the potential that we all have as human beings to become better people. By becoming better people we help to uplift each other. And by uplifting each other we enhance the ability of human beings on this earth to achieve whatever we are seeking, to our highest potential..

This type of philosophy is completely out of step with the rest of the world in the year 2006. In fact to behave in this sort of manner in today's world could actually be dangerous to whatever your ambitions might be.

- Acting in this manner isn't going to bring a person fame or fortune.
- Acting in this manner won't bring you power or prestige.

What I observed yesterday in Washington DC were a whole bunch of different people acting in a manner that was completely out of touch and out of tune with the year 2006. I thought I was on a different planet and thought that I was dealing with a different race of people other than "humans".

So what happened yesterday in Washington, DC?
A lot of things both small and big all converged together to forge something that in the end has little to do with music and certainly has nothing to do with mainstream Amerikkkan society. Simply put there were a whole bunch of "small miracles" that occurred yesterday in Washington DC.

Does that mean all went well?

Certainly not....

For example, the piss poor local promotion of this event combined with the heavens literally opening up and dumping a torrential rainstorm inside of the Carter Baron Amphitheatre meant that only a relatively small number of people were on hand in person to witness the SUPER HELLIFIED STANK NASTY FUNK SHOW OF THE YEAR.

I'm not sure that I can really write about the totality of all of this right now. It all only just happened a few hours ago. I'm simply too close to it all and since I know that the good feeling isn't going to last, I'd rather just simply savor the feeling while it's still with me. So many good things happened that evoked so many good thoughts about our potential to be better people that it makes me quite sad indeed to know just how fleeting that feeling is going to be.

By the time tomorrow morning gets here it will be Monday, which means "back to work and business as usual....."

But for now I just want to keep this and I want to keep this all very close to my heart in the hopes that the events of yesterday will help to make me a better person.

I have to thank the Stewart family for allowing me to travel with them during this part of their very "public journey". Taking your family on a public journey isn't an easy thing. Just imagine if you had to take your family on a "public journey"?

The main question that I was asked in the days leading up to this event was...
"Is Sly Stone Going To Be There?..."

I told every single person who asked me that question the same exact thing.
NO

But you see I lied to each and every one of those people. Because Sly Stone was there. He was there bigtime. As Funk music fans, it's really a stupid question because we should know that Sly Stone is ALWAYS with us. He always has been and he always will be anytime music rooted in what he created in the late 1960's is played.

However there was a man named Sylvester Stewart sitting in California last night who tried to be part of the festivities last night. We ran into some technical difficulties that prevented that from happening.

Stay tuned....

One of the reasons why the philosophies contained within the songs of Sly and the Family Stone are so unpopular in the world of 2006, isn't because those philosophies aren't still valid. It's because in order to actually implement those philosophies it requires people to not only have faith in themselves, but also to have faith in other people.

In today's world people lack any "faith" whatsoever that they can make a difference.

Therefore they don't even "try".
And since they aren't willing to try.
They can never be a "star"...

I plan to keep on "trying"...I may never become a "star", but that's ok with me.

I just wanna take the journey, because being willing to take the journey is truly the only requirement...

There was probably a point in time when a "star" named Sly Stone stopped "trying", thus forcing people like myself and others to take this journey without him and we have continued. Last night in a band called "Family Stone" produced by someone named Sylvester Stewart came in and SMOKED Washington DC. with a 90 min. set of Sly and the Family Stone songs. That fact was at the center of the weekend of "small miracles" that I observed.

The lesson contained in all of this for me is not to simply pine away for the days gone by for the music and philosophies of artists from another time and place. It is much better to look towards the future of Funk music and it's culture, with the understanding that it does indeed have a future.

Yesterday in Washington DC entity known today as the "Family Stone" put everyone on notice that it has a place in the future of Funk music and they have ultimate confidence that they can make that happen. Yesterday in a wet and wild Washington DC summer thunderstorm, they proved that they have the ability to blow our minds, playing music that is 35 years old in a live concert setting.

Before this year is out they are going to prove that they can reach our minds playing BRAND NEW MUSIC produced by one of the still living geniuses of OUR music and culture. And when that happens, we shouldn't be surprised that the music is going touch us and change us.

We want and need to be touched in this manner by music.

The "Family Stone" have no need to become "stars" themselves. They have already been the biggest "stars" in the universe, long ago and far away. However they do have a need to make others "stars". Yesterday they made a whole bunch of other people including yours truly feel like a "star"...

"everybody is a star...."

How do you make other people into "stars"?
It's by showing them that....

"you can make it if you try...."

--Bob Davis 6-25-2006
earthjuice@prodigy.net



CLICK THE BANNER & LISTEN TO:
SounDoctrine - "ENDURANCE"
LISTEN TO SounDoctrine - ENDURANCE - 1. Once Upon A groove, 2. Kickin Stick, 3. Small Mouth Bass, 4. Really Cool, 5. Hermeneutics, 6. Soul Song, 7. Blues Crossing, 8. The Legend of Phil The Beat, 9. Sacrifice, 10. Chi Tea, 11. Fiveaftersix, 12. Boys in the Wood


CONCERT REVIEW: The Brand New Heavies (w/ taragirl) At the Borgata's Music Box - Atlantic City, NJ (7/14/06)

CONCERT REVIEW: The Brand New Heavies (w/ taragirl) At the Borgata's Music Box - Atlantic City, NJ (7/14/06)


I arrived in Atlantic City around 7:45pm to hang out with some of the Soul-Patrol Philly members and the mastermind of Soul-Patrol.com, Mr. Bob Davis & his wife. After having dinner, it was time to go to the Borgata's Music Box room and check out the new Philly R&B sensation, Taragirl.

Taragirl started at 9:00pm in grand fashion, boldly performing the Lyn Collins signature hit "Think (About It)"...taragirl has a soulful voice that worked well with the song and the band was kicking out some funk. The only thing that was missing was probably a real horn section for this song. The next four songs were Taragirl originals, including "Stop Holdin' On" featuring a good bass line. The third original song had a little more of a rock influence. The taragirl set ended at 9:30pm.

At 9:55pm, the Brand New Heavies came out and started performing the funky, funky "Right On" (with the lyrics "Bring back the funky music")...this is like some JB's style funk with lead vocals by the beautiful N'Dea Davenport, some lead guitar fire by Simon Bartholomew and some blazing solos on trumpet and trombone!!! "Dream on Dreamer" was good, as well as the standout organ work on "Daybreak". The fans were finally starting to rid themselves of the Sir Nose disease and began to dance...butts were shaking to the upbeat "Get Back to Love", featuring some lead vocals by drummer Jan Kincaid!! OH YES!! The funk bomb dropped when the band started doing the title track to their new album "Get Used To It"...talk about dark, moody bass riffs by Andrew Levy (I mean some funky stuff) matched with scratch-style lead guitar riffing & distorted guitarisms (both by Simon)...this stuff reminded me of War back in the mid 70's (the closest thing that I can think of right now is War's "Sun Oh Son") "I Dont Know Why (I Love You)", a remake of The Jackson 5 classic, featured N'Dea doing her most emotive vocals...girl can SANG! "Spend Some Time" was another crowd favorite, but better was the performance of the encouraging "Brother Sister" (suggested by me and three other female fans), where the band went into a good funk jam featuring a hot muted-trumpet solo!!! The encore included the first hit for the band "Never Stop" and "Dream Come True", two hot songs that got everyone dancing about...if the f**kin' security guards weren't so uptight, a lot of folks would have been partying in the aisles and airthang else! THESE BOYZ CAN DEFINITELY JAM!! The Brand New Heavies set was over at 11:15pm.


CLICK THE BANNER & LISTEN TO:
SounDoctrine - "ENDURANCE"
LISTEN TO SounDoctrine - ENDURANCE - 1. Once Upon A groove, 2. Kickin Stick, 3. Small Mouth Bass, 4. Really Cool, 5. Hermeneutics, 6. Soul Song, 7. Blues Crossing, 8. The Legend of Phil The Beat, 9. Sacrifice, 10. Chi Tea, 11. Fiveaftersix, 12. Boys in the Wood


CD REVIEW - Red Hot Chili Peppers - Stadium Arcadium

Candi Staton - His Hands /apache rose gotta rockin' peacock/
/hottest a** on the god d*mn block/
/rockin' to the beat of the funky a** meters/
/she has one of those built in heaters/

.."blood sugar sex magik"..'apache rose peacock'..
..red hot chili peppers..(of course)


Didn't know how to approach this at all. Then I went to the RHCP official site and read John Frusciante's notes on the album and realized I would just write how I felt after I had done what I always do with my boys' music - just let myself fall into it..

The album is "Stadium Arcadium" and I've been waiting not so patiently (but oh so wetly) for it to come out. It's a double cd with 14 tracks on each disk. Disk 1 is called "Jupiter", disk 2 is "Mars". As a die hard RHCP fan I thought I'd share this with you.

Click here to read rest of Soul-Patrol's Red Hot Chilli Peppers - Stadium Arcadium CD Review

--Greer Brooks Muldoon

CLICK THE BANNER & LISTEN TO:
SounDoctrine - "ENDURANCE"
LISTEN TO SounDoctrine - ENDURANCE - 1. Once Upon A groove, 2. Kickin Stick, 3. Small Mouth Bass, 4. Really Cool, 5. Hermeneutics, 6. Soul Song, 7. Blues Crossing, 8. The Legend of Phil The Beat, 9. Sacrifice, 10. Chi Tea, 11. Fiveaftersix, 12. Boys in the Wood


Soul-Patrol Covers The 2006 Detroit Music Awards

Detroit Music Awards The Motor City Foundation held it's annual Detroit Music Awards on May 18th 2006 at the State Theater. The Foundation, established in 1988 held it's first recognition ceremony in 1992. These awards are given to all members of the Detroit music community. Awards are given to all genres of music, music videos, and live performances, local and major record labels. This year, the Detroit Music awards included interviews, live and taped performances.....

Click here to read more of Soul-Patrol's coverage of the 2006 Detroit Music Awards

--Iris Smith

CLICK THE BANNER & LISTEN TO:
SounDoctrine - "ENDURANCE"
LISTEN TO SounDoctrine - ENDURANCE - 1. Once Upon A groove, 2. Kickin Stick, 3. Small Mouth Bass, 4. Really Cool, 5. Hermeneutics, 6. Soul Song, 7. Blues Crossing, 8. The Legend of Phil The Beat, 9. Sacrifice, 10. Chi Tea, 11. Fiveaftersix, 12. Boys in the Wood


Soul-Patrol @ Philadelphia Black Heritage Festival @ Clark Park

PHILADELPHIA BLACK HERITAGE FESTIVAL @ CLARK PARK

Group Shot of some of the Soul-Patrollers in attendance....

L-R: Kevin Harewood (EDclectic Entertainment), Chip Shelton, George Littlejohn (Purpose Records), Traciana Graves, Sally, Kenny Pitt, Nightrain (Soul-Patrol.Net Radio), Bill Carpenter (Capitol Entertainment), Taragirl, Gil Saunders, The Duke, Boo Boo Cousins.

The following note comes from the festival organizers....

TO BOB DAVIS,

THE ORGANIZERS OF THE BLACK HERITAGE FESTIVAL WOULD LIKE TO THANK SOUL-PATROL, AND ALL OF THE CELEBRITIES WHO YOU BROUGHT WITH YOU TO SUPPORT OUR EVENT. YOUR SUPPORT REALLY MADE OUR EVENT A HUGE SUCCESS. IT REALLLY MEANT A LOT TO US. WE HAVE RECEIVED A LOT OF RAVE REVIEWS FROM FROM A LOT OF PEOPLE IN ATTENDANCE.

SOME WHOM PROMISED TO ATTEND LAST YEAR BUT DIDN'T SHOW, CAME OUT THIS YEAR AND THEY ALL BASICALLY SAID THE SAME THING (THIS IS A BEAUTIFUL THING!!!) WHICH OF COURSE MADE US FEEL GOOD. AS I WALKED AROUND THE PARK ON SATURDAY I RAN INTO FATIM FROM THE SINGING DUO KINDRED.( WE INVITED THEM LAST YEAR BUT FOR SOME REASON THEY WEREN'T ABLE TO COME) HE AND HIS FAMILY WERE THERE JUST TO ENJOY THE FESTIVITIES BUT PROMISED THAT HE WOULD COME AND LEND HIS SUPPORT NEXT YEAR. HE ALSO SAID THAT HE LIKED WHAT WE WERE DOING AND SAID THAT HE WAS RETURNUNG ON SUNDAY.. EVERYONE WHO CAME WITH THE SOUL PATROL WAS JUST FANTASTIC. IT WAS JUST LIKE A HUGE FAMILY REUNION.

SO AGAIN WE EXTEND OUR GRATITUDE TO YOU ALL FROM THE BOTTOM OF OUR HEARTS.
--THE BLACK HERITAGE FESTIVAL COMMITTEE

P.S. - We will be back there again next year
--Bob Davis

CLICK THE BANNER & LISTEN TO:
SounDoctrine - "ENDURANCE"
LISTEN TO SounDoctrine - ENDURANCE - 1. Once Upon A groove, 2. Kickin Stick, 3. Small Mouth Bass, 4. Really Cool, 5. Hermeneutics, 6. Soul Song, 7. Blues Crossing, 8. The Legend of Phil The Beat, 9. Sacrifice, 10. Chi Tea, 11. Fiveaftersix, 12. Boys in the Wood



If you have a news item, update, review, commentary, etc that you would like to submit to the Soul-Patrol Newsletter, please send them via email for consideration to:

Hopefully you enjoyed this edition of the Soul-Patrol Newsletter.
We will be back soon with the next edition, with email alerts for local events, Soul-Patrol website updates/chat sessions or breaking news in between, as required.

If you have any comments, questions, etc feel free to drop me an email and let me know what's on your mind.
Bob Davis
earthjuice@prodigy.net

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