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Sweet Soul Music - First Episode Television (Full Length Episode) – 1986 Music

Sweet Soul Music - First Episode

Television (Full Length Episode) – 1986 Music

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This four-part TVNZ series from 1986 surveyed the history of soul music, with a roll call of talented Kiwi performers belting out the genre's classics. In this first episode —  presented by Dalvanius with Stevie Wonder braids — the focus is on the influential 60s soul music of New York label Atlantic Records. Singers include Bunny Walters, Debbie Harwood, The Yandall Sisters, Peter Morgan and more. Ardijah chime in with their contemporary soul hit ‘Your Love is Blind’. The series writer was Murray Cammick, founder of music magazine Rip It Up

Tonight we’re checking out the sounds of New York. Just as it is a centre of innovation in black music today, with hip-hop and rap, in the 60s it was where new things were happening…
– Dalvanius introduces the show