Highly danceable Soul music from the 50's and early 60's. Big Horns, slick songs, unavoidable dance floor motivation.

We have chosen some lesser known songs from the 60's

Melbourne, VIC, Australia

This eight piece with horns delivers a raucous batch of up-tempo thumping Northern Soul, the most danceable music ever conceived. A bit of rock'n'roll thrown in for good measure to ensure the sets variety and energy is maintained to a very high standard. If you can’t dance to this, you don’t have feet! We have a great mix of lesser known covers from the likes of Etta James, Ray Charles, Aretha Franklin and much more. These songs are hand picked to ensure the energy never fades, the mix is constantly rising until there isn't a single person who can avoid the lure of the dance floor.

The band was born out of the amazing soul club nights that happen in Melbourne that are delivered with passion and knowledge from the best soul DJs in the southern hemisphere. To balance this out and help this thriving scene we're adding live music to this mix which delivers the music with far more energy and excitement. With the help of Vince Peach (Soultime & Soul A GO GO) and Andrew Young we have put together a tasteful set of soul songs that can easily be dubbed the best dance music ever invented. Lesser known classics that will appeal to both soul aficionados and future soul fans are delivered with a three piece horn section, drums, bass, guitar, piano and hammond organ through a leslie speaker and a possessed energetic front man, Mr. Sol Haus. All up beat, all catchy, with two simple rules. No hits & no funk. All of our tracks are either early 60's or 50's soul. 

Influences include: 

  • Early Edwin Star,
  • Tony Clarke,
  • George Young,
  • Carl Carlton,
  • Etta James,
  • Darrow Fletcher,
  • The Radiants,
  • Jimmy Robins,
  • The Valentinos,
  • Marlena Shaw,
  • Clarence Carter,
  • Booker T & the MGs,
  • Gene Chandler,
  • Billy Hambrick,
  • The Wild Weeds,
  • Intern Kansas City Playboys,
  • Elmore James,
  • The Bar-keys,
  • James Carr,
  • Charlie Rich,
  • Eddie Floyd,
  • Major Lance,
  • Mitch Ryder and the Detroit Wheels,
  • Ray Charles,
  • Wilson Picket,
  • Aretha Franklin,
  • Archie Bell & the Drell,
  • the Mar-Keys,

it goes on and on and on...  

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