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It's Black Music Month - Obama, Marvin Isley, Bettye LaVette, BlackBottom Festival Analysis and Commentary (and we are having a sale for you)

Soul-Patrol.com: One Week Recession Buster "50% Off Broke Azz Promoter Sale" (expires to 6/18)

Soul-Patrol.com: One Week Recession  Buster Broke Azz Promoter Sale We have a number of articles in this issue that should be of interest to you durig Black Music Month. And over the next few weeks we are going to have several features related to Black music Month as well as several key offline events. But first I need to do a "commercial" for all of those promoters out there without whom we wouldn't even have a Black Music Month to celebrate. I have a gift for all of them!!!

If any of you know any promoters (anyone that handles more than one artist - record labels, venue operators, concert promoters, publicist, media/internet property, etc) in blues, classic soul, jazz, funk, southern soul, rock, neo soul, rap, etc. in need of exposure via Soul-Patrol, be sure to have them contact me. This offer will expire next Friday and will return to the standard price.

They get 52 weeks of text advertising on the Soul-Patrol Times at HALF PRICE for just $200 bucks covering them for the whole year. (a great deal @ $4.00/wk)

It doesn't matter if you are "well known" or unknown". It doesn't matter if you have something "small" or "big" to promote. If you are an "promoter" that has something to promote that you think our audience of 50,000 + readers would be interested in, then you need to strongly consider this discounted offer, which expires next Friday (3/18) and contact me either via email or telephone.

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You Have a Record Label With 4 Artists - Lets say each artist has a Website, A YouTube Video Channel, A CD Baby Page, A Facebook Page and a Twitter Account that you would like to promote. You would be able to post links to all of these sites that would appear on all 35,000 web pages of the Soul-Patrol website and be sent via email to all 50,000 email subscribers each week. Your cost would be 40 cents per event, per week. If these artists also have gigs that you post, your cost goes down even further. And your audience is targeted (blues, classic soul, jazz, funk, southern soul, rock n' roll, neo soul, rap, cultural, etc.).

You Are Publicist For Several Artists, Clubs & Organizations - Each of these entities that you service have Websites, A YouTube Video Channels, Facebook Pages, Twitter Accounts, iTunes Download page, events and more that you need to direct our audience to. Same thing applies You would be able to post links to all of these sites that would appear on all 35,000 web pages of the Soul-Patrol website and be sent via email to all 50,000 email subscribers each week. Your cost would be pennies per listing, per week. And those links would be directed to a targeted (blues, classic soul, jazz, funk, southern soul, rock n' roll, neo soul, rap, cultural, etc.) nationwide/worldwide audience.

You Publish An Online Newsletter/Blog/Magazine - You can automatically increase the online distribution/reach of your publication by 50,000 via email and 750,000 page views via the web by posting your links/updates into Soul-Patrol's database and letting us distribute those links to our audience for you at a cost of $200/yr (just think us Soul-Patrol as being your "online paperboy" or "online postal worker").

Obviously there are hundreds of other examples that I can think of, but I don't want to take up any more space. This offer is cheap/targeted/effective advertising that the people in Soul-Patrol's audience (on the web & via email) not only reads, but actually looks forward to reading every week. If you are a "promoter" (anyone that handles more than one artist - record labels, venue operators, concert promoters, publicist, media/internet property owner, etc) in blues, classic soul, jazz, funk, southern soul, rock, neo soul, rap, etc. then you should consider contacting me so that you can take advantage of the BROKE AZZ PROMOTERS SALE and we can assist you in making your efforts more successful here online.

Here are the terms:

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--Bob Davis
609-351-0154
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--Bob Davis
609-351-0154
earthjuice@prodigy.net

Co-Founder www.soul-patrol.com
Blues, Hip Hop and Soul Music Director www.radioio.com


Presidential Proclamation- African-American Music Appreciation Month
(by President Barack Obama)


Presidential Proclamation- African-American Music Appreciation MonthThe White House Office of the Press Secretary
For Immediate Release May 28, 2010

Presidential Proclamation- African-American Music Appreciation Month

Music can tell a story, assuage our sorrows, provide blessing and redemption, and express a soul's sublime and powerful beauty. It inspires us daily, giving voice to the human spirit. For many, including the African-American community, music unites individuals through a shared heritage. During African-American Music Appreciation Month, we celebrate the extraordinary legacy of African-American singers, composers, and musicians, as well as their indelible contributions to our Nation and our world.

Throughout our history, African-American music has conveyed the hopes and hardships of a people who have struggled, persevered and overcome. Through centuries of injustice, music comforted slaves, fueled a cultural renaissance, and sustained a movement for equality. Today, from the shores of Africa and the islands of the Caribbean to the jazz clubs of New Orleans and the music halls of Detroit, African-American music reflects the rich sounds of many experiences, cultures, and locales.

African-American musicians have created and expanded a variety of musical genres, synthesizing diverse artistic traditions into a distinctive soundscape. The soulful strains of gospel, the harmonic and improvisational innovations of jazz, the simple truth of the blues, the rhythms of rock and roll, and the urban themes of hip-hop all blend into a refrain of song and narrative that traces our Nation's history.

These quintessentially American styles of music have helped provide a common soundtrack for people of diverse cultures and backgrounds, and have joined Americans together not just on the dance floor, but also in our churches, in our public spaces, and in our homes. This month, we honor the talent and genius of African-American artists who have defined, shaped, and enriched our country through music, and we recommit to sharing their splendid gifts with our children and grandchildren.

NOW, THEREFORE, I, BARACK OBAMA, President of the United States of America, by virtue of the authority vested in me by the Constitution and the laws of the United States, do hereby proclaim June 2010 as African-American Music Appreciation Month. I call upon public officials, educators, and the people of the United States to observe this month with appropriate activities and programs that raise awareness and foster appreciation of African-American music.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand this twenty-eighth day of May, in the year of our Lord two thousand ten, and of the Independence of the United States of America the two hundred and thirty-fourth.

BARACK OBAMA
http://www.whitehouse.gov/the-press-office/presidential-proclamation-african-american-music-appreciation-month


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Marvin Isley of The Isley Brothers dies at age 56 in Chicago

Marvin Isley of The Isley Brothers dies at age 56 in ChicagoCoutesy of the "NY Daily News:

Marvin Isley, whose muscular bass lines propelled the hits of his classic sibling band The Isley Brothers, died today in Chicago at age 56.

The cause of death has not yet been announced, though Isley suffered from diabetes severe enough to have caused him to leave the band in 1997. Later, his condition led to the amputation of both legs.

Isley will be remembered for the resilience and power of his bass work, which, for one thing, formed a crucial hook in the undulating '70s hit "Fight The Power." The bassist also played on the smash "Who's That Lady," as well as on prominent songs like "For The Love Of You" and "Harvest For The World."

Isley, who grew up in Englewood, New Jersey, wasn't old enough to join the first incarnation of the Isley Brothers, who have a history snaking back to the mid-'50s and who scored hits in the '60s like 1966's "This Old Heart Of Mine" and the funky, 1969 track "It's Your Thing." By the late '60s, while still of high school age, Isley formed a trio with older brother Ernie and brother-in-law Chris Jasper. By the dawn of the '70s, those three pacted with the other Members of the group to create the classic "3+3" album, which went Top Ten in 1973.

In 1984, the Isleys fractured again. The original group continued to perform under their brand name while Marvin, Ernie, and Chris became Isley-Jasper-Isley. With that group, Marvin scored a No. 1 R&B single with "Caravan of Love." For the '90s, Marvin once again became an Isley Brother. But by '97s, his illness forced him to quit.

In 1992, he was inducted, along with the other key Isley Brothers, into the Rock 'n Roll Hall of Fame.

Two early members of the group have also died: O'Kelly Isley Jr. in 1996 at age 48 and Vernon Isley, who died back in 1955, at the age of just 13, after being hit by a car on his bicycle.

The group's two best known members - singer Ron Isley and guitarist Ernie Isley - continue to perform under the group's name.

jfarber@nydailynews.com


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Album Review: Bettye LaVette - Interpretations: The British Rock Songbook
(Pop)


Album Review: Bettye LaVette - Interpretations: The British Rock Songbook Subject: Soul-Patrol: Ms. Bettye Lavette--Interpretations
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> I just saw on Amazon.com that Ms. Bettyešs new album is
> #9 in Pop Music and #1 in both Soul and Classic R&B. Herešs
> hoping that radio picks up on this and that Bettye has a huge
> hit. Congrats to Kevin too. He picked the tunes.


Stu,

Stu, I have listened to this album and I agree with your assessment. I predict that this album is going to finally give Bettye LaVette her long overdue acceptance within the mainstream music/cultural scene. Here is my analysis...

What do I mean by "mainstream?"

I can remember back when I was a kid, watching my parents black & white television (that sat on top of the console TV that didn't work), there used to be television programs like "The Dean Martin Show," The Perry Como Show," "The Dinah Shore Show," etc. Every now & then those type of TV programs would have as a guest Black female performers such as Diahann Carroll, Barbara McNair, and others. When this would happen, my family would get quite excited, because being on shows like this was like being accepted by the highest levels of show business. It meant that they were now accepted among the people of the "greatest generation," (WW2) even though they should have been accepted a decade earlier, because they are actualy generational contemporaries of Dean Martin, Perry Como, Dinah Shore, etc. Later we would see these type of artists appearing in everything from TV sitcoms, to movies and more.

This was quite a bit different from when a Black artist would appear on the "Ed Sullivan Show" or "Hollywood Palace," which to us was more of a reflection of an artist being so hot on the radio, that the show had to have them on (Beatles, Temptations, Supremes, Jackson Five, etc) in order to boost ratings among demographic groups who were probably under represented and felt left out (Blacks, Teenagers, Hippies, etc). This is how those types of artists got introduced to the "hipsters" and those artists eventually moved into the "mainstream."

Bettye LaVette is something of an "accident of history."

If history had gone the way it was supposed to go, then Bettye LaVette would have been introduced to the "mainstream hipsters" in the same manner & at the same time that artists like Bob Dylan, Rolling Stones, Beatles, etc, were (via "Ed Sullivan Show" or "Hollywood Palace"). Maybe she would have performed at Woodstock, Monterey or similar venues? Then during the 1970's she would have become a star among that audience. Instead she had to wait 35 years in order for that introduction to happen.

Bettye LaVette is moving into that territory of true mainstream acceptance into middle america with this album. And of course that is what she deserves. Her CD's belong on the shelves of middle america with the CD's of Bob Dylan, Rolling Stones, Beatles, etc, . It's what we used to call back in the stone ages......"popular music."

My prediction is that the same people who are going to buy the new Carole King/James Taylor material are going to also buy the new Bettye LaVette album. It's the same audience who would have "discovered her in the 1960's" and made her into a mainstream star in the 1970's. Those same people are now going to make her into a mainstream star in the 2010's. She's doing "their music" and it those folks won't be able to ignore it. And that to me represents a historical correction!!!

"better late than never...."

Check Out - Bettye LaVette - Interpretations: The British Rock Songbook

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Bob Davis
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Co-Founder www.soul-patrol.com
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ALI OLLIE WOODSON - A Final Goodbye
(by Marcia Parks)


Ali Woodson  What a way to go home! And God Bless Ron Tyson of the Temptations for showing how much class HE has. Ron flew all the way to L.A. and came to the church just to say goodbye to his friend before the service started, and then, immediately, left to go right back to the airport to catch another flight back to the mid-west where the Temps had a show that night. Ali would have moved Heaven and earth to do the same for Ron and any of the other Temps. Judging from all the comments I've seen all over the internet today Ron has earned some major points with everyone from friends to fans for showing how much he loved and respected his friend and brother Temptation, ALI OLLIE WOODSON.

Ali was laid to rest on Saturday, June 5th and the whole day was just a wonderful celebration of the life of a wonderful man. The Detroit/Motown family turned out in force for one of their own... Actress Denise Nicholas, Temptations member Ron Tyson, The Miracles' Claudette Robinson, Janie Bradford, Iris and Karla Gordy, Brenda Holloway, Reggie Dozier, the children and widow of late Temptations' original members David Ruffin, Paul Williams and Melvin Franklin - David Ruffin, Jr., Paul Williams, Jr., and Kimberly Franklin, respectively, and, of course our own Scherrie Payne along with her sister, singer/actress Freda Payne, and a host of other Detroit/Motown alums including TD4F's Joyce and Pam Vincent. There was also a strong Chicago contingent there, too, that included myself and Lorrin "Smokey" Bates, who co-produced the two songs I recorded with Ali for the Tour De 4Force CD, "Quiet Moon." He is also the co-writer of "Heaven Bound." Brenda Lee Eager and also Windy Barnes, who also made a guest appearance on the "Quiet Moon" CD were also among the Chicagoans in the house.

There were moving and heartfelt testimonies and proclamations from religious icons like Bishop Kenneth Ulmer and Bishop Noel Jones (who was Ali's pastor at the City Of Refuge Church where the services were held), political dignitaries like California Congresswoman Maxine Waters, superstars like Earvin "Magic" Johnson and Howard Hewitt, and a soul-stirring musical tribute by his good friend Aretha Franklin who couldn't be there in person but flew her sister-in-law Earlene all the way from Detroit to deliver a video tribute featuring an amazing performance of "I'll Fly Away" that had everyone in tears. As Aretha spoke about her friend "Ollie Wood from Hollywood," her voice soared to the heavens in the background, sending chills through everyone in the church. It was truly one of the most amazing performances I have ever heard Aretha sing! A photo montage of Ali from childhood all the way through his life was accompanied by Ali's music, especially from the "For Lovers Only" CD (my personal favorite Temptations CD) that had everybody swaying and reminiscing. Three of Ali's children, son A.J., daughters Aliah and Jhae'Ali spoke lovingly of their father in tributes that moved everyone to tears, and Barry White's daughter, Sophia, also spoke of her love for and heartbreak over the loss of her "adopted Daddy."

The re-pass at the Universal Sheraton Hotel was a continuation of the joy we had all experienced during the services at City Of Refuge church. It was a gathering fit for a king that brought out the likes of Teena Marie, Brenda Lee Eager, Brenda Holloway, HB Barnum, Scherrie & Freda Payne and many, many more. Ali's music played as everyone dined and Ali would have loved it when everyone erupted into cheers of excitement and rose to their feet to dance and sing along when "Treat Her Like A Lady" came over the P.A. The song ended with everyone cheering, clapping, whistling and shouting out "THANK YOU OLLIE!!"

It was truly a joyful home-going for a man who truly deserved it and so much more. I was so happy to be there to say goodbye to my friend one more time and to share in the collective kinship everyone felt because each and every one of us had had the privilege of having our lives touched by this extraordinary man.

Scherrie Payne remarked to me how prophetic it is that one of the songs Ali recorded for us for the new "Quiet Moon" CD is "Heaven Bound." But, of course, we knew it wasn't an accident because there are no accidents or coincidences. I know that it was God who led me to call Ali and say, "Hey Ali. I've got another song I want you to hear. Let me know if you want to do it." We had already recorded "Four Walls" and that was all Ali was supposed to do for me. But it was God who led me to pull him back again with "Heaven Bound." And it was God that led Ali to call me back right away and say without hesitation, "Yep Yep!" Ali flew in and came directly from the airport to the studio to record "Heaven Bound" for me even though he was exhausted and sick. But it was truly divine intervention that led him there that day, just as it was divine intervention that now gives Ali eternal peace.

R.I.P. ALI!

--Marcia Parks

(http://www.OceanWaveMusicGroup.com and http://www.TourDe4Force.com)


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Philadelphia: Black Bottom New Generation Gathering in the Park on Sunday- July 18th

Philadelphia: Black Bottom New Generation Gathering in the Park on Sunday- July 18thSoul-Patrol.com is quite pleased to be one of the media sponsors for the Black Bottom New Generation "Annual" Gathering in the Park held on the third Sunday of July, July 18th, 2010. If you are in the tri-state area around Philadelphia, we would ask you to come on out to this event and bring your family. Soul-Patrol will be there with a table, be sure and come on by to say hello. It promises to not only be fun, but educational. Over the next few weeks we will be putting out quite a bit of advertising for this event, so I wanted to give you all a bit of context.
The website is located at: http://www.myspace.com/blackbottomnewgeneration

This is an announcement letter to invite you to attend the Black Bottom New Generation "Annual" Gathering in the Park held on the third Sunday of July, July 18th, 2010. We - the black bottom new generation board members- are members of a community based non-profit organization with a Legacy which has continued for over 100 years. This event is FREE to the community. The time is 9AM to 9PM and the location: Rugby Field, directly across the street from the Please Touch Museum in Memorial Hall Field Fairmount Park, 4231 Avenue of the Republic Philadelphia, PA. 19131.

For more information regarding this affair and how you can become a faithful contributor and donor or sponsor to this non-profit organization please contact Daryl Felder- President of the Black Bottom New Generation (215) 327-3945.

Black Bottom (Philadelphia) Visit http://blackbottom.org/ and discover more complete facts about the Philadelphia Black Bottom. The Black Bottom was a predominantly African American neighborhood in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania that was razed for urban renewal in the 1950s and 1960s.

Situated in West Philadelphia generally north and east of 33th and Market Streets, on the northern edge of the campus of the University of Pennsylvania, the Black Bottom was a portion of Hamilton Village nicknamed for its racial and economic status (wealthier, white residents lived at the "top", in areas farther west.) In the decades preceding Philadelphia's consolidation in 1854, the area was home to taverns and businesses catering largely to the stagecoach and cattle droving trades. After the Civil War, it developed into one of West Philadelphia's affluent streetcar suburbs. The University of Pennsylvania moved there in 1870. After World War I, wealthier residents moved further west into West Philadelphia and its suburbs, leaving neighborhoods in eastern West Philadelphia in decline. The relative availability of cheap housing in the area attracted many African Americans, including migrants from the Southern States, who faced housing discrimination elsewhere in the city. The University of Pennsylvania had expanded as far north as Walnut Street by 1920, but in 1959, Penn, Drexel University, University of the Sciences in Philadelphia, and Presbyterian Hospital sought to create large-scale redevelopment in the area to eradicate blight and develop a "University City" neighborhood of residences and services for students, faculty and staff. Together, they created the West Philadelphia Corporation and acquired large numbers of properties for demolition. Portions of the area were eventually declared blighted by the city, and remaining properties were purchased by eminent domain. The final buildings were demolished by the late 1960s. The number of displaced residents is estimated between 4,496 and 15,000 by various sources. Former Black Bottom residents celebrate Black Bottom Day on the last Sunday in August in Fairmount Park. The Black Bottom Association has passed the torch to the Black Bottom New Generation. The Black Bottom New Generation "Annual" Gathering in the Park is held on the third Sunday of July.

http://www.myspace.com/blackbottomnewgeneration



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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:

earthjuice@prodigy.net


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
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