Just over 2 weeks and counting till the Afternoon to late night action packed Any Old Sunday at it’s new home in Camden 29th April… you coming??

The Return of Any Old Sunday back at it’s new home in Inverness Street Camden at Miusan 16 Inverness St, Camden Town, London NW1 7HJ Sunday 29th April and 20th May between 5pm-12am, FREE ENTRY with an action packed evening’s entertainment. The original DJ line up stars Dez Parkes, co starring Dezzi D and Fitzroy(Soul Survivors), will be spinning an eclectic selection of ‘Snake In The Money Shadow’ jazz funk and soulful grooves old and new, in a nice plush venue with an attractive restaurant upstairs and plenty space on the wooden dance floor area downstairs, with a side bar. There is 25% off food if you book beforehand and an extended Happy Hour 5pm-8pm. If you’re in the area looking for somewhere to continue partying or celebrating..pop down to Any Old Sunday

 

Greetings on this pinch punch last day of the March month. Here is the edited digital version of issue 75 of The Soul Survivors Magazine. It features news reviews and interviews with Rose Windross, Ruth Koleva, Ian Levine and Hamish Stuart of (AWB).

The front cover and whole issue is dedicated to the memory of Eddy Amoo of The Chants and The Real Thing. Please scan through and enjoy reading the articles  accompanied by music when you click on a page. The Record Reviews allows you to click on the artwork image and hear a song that’s related to the review whilst you read  on what you may want to purchase. If you decide you wish to get hard copy to read the full interviews you can subscribe or purchase that copy via http://www.thesoulsurvivorsmagazine.co.uk/membership/

So fellow soul survivors click on the link or the front cover to view the digital copy …enjoy Fitzroy Anthoney Facey

http://btpubs.co.uk/publication/?i=485519&pre=1#{“issue_id”:485519,”page”:0}

 

 

 

Greetings on this slightly sombre Flashback Friday. Today around 12.15 is when Eddy Amoo co founding member of the early 1960’s teenage black Liverpudlian Doo Wop band sensation The Chants and long standing 40 plus years member of The Real Thing makes his spiritual transition from this plane. The funeral will take place at Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral, Friday 16 March, 12.15pm and there are expected to be hundreds of people attending, so if you’re going get there early. A private internment will take place after the service.

I had a long conversation with Les Spaine Snr in the week who is one of Chris Amoo’s closet friends and was planning to make the pilgrimage. However I am unable to which saddens me, because Eddy was very supportive of the magazine and gracious that we honoured the band. I’m so glad that the magazine honoured The Real Thing at our awards last February, which I presented to them (as shown in the photo Eddy third from the left ) at their concert in July 2017 last year. The family asks that no flowers are given, and instead that donations are made to a new cause set up in Eddy’s memory.

May your African ancestors have a royal reception awaiting your arrival Prince Eddy ‘Doo Wop’ Amoo .

You can donate to the Eddy Amoo Foundation Trust for Aspiring Musicians here: https://www.justgiving.com/crowdfunding/eddy-amoohttp://www.liverpoolmetrocathedral.org.uk/

Like LOTW ‘More Of Myself’, Dezzi Deleone and Dez Parkes, this coming Sunday 18th March 2018 at Any Old Sunday at Cottons Chalk Farm Road Camden NW1. 5pm-11pm free entry, 25% discount on food if you book in advance and happy hour till 8pm. Plenty Incognito ‘Smilin Faces’, good quality music and pure Is ‘It All Over My Face(Love Dancin’) ‘ like Loose Joints..Photo’s courtesy of Jen Jenny B Marquis-Brown..less than 5 days and counting..If ya celebrating an earthday pop down for a fling foot!!

 

Greetings on this Mamas & The Papas ‘ Monday Monday’. In just under 36 hours.. I’ll be bringing you the Soul Survivors show broadcasting to Bristol and the surrounding areas on DAB and around be the world via the App and the three w’s. It’s the start of a weekly show 23.00pm to 1.00am, every Tuesday evening. So are you ready for The Clash’s ‘This Is Radio Clash’ ‘ Radio Frequency’ like Dead Prez? Like the late Lady T Teena Marie.. ‘ Tune In Tomorrow’ and ‘Come For The Ride’ like Tom Browne on Soul Train Radio..love music… love Soul Train

 

Greetings on this Wayback Wednesday. As requested by some of those who listened to my show last week. Here is the podcast with playlist..enjoy.Fitzroy Anthoney Facey

1st Hour

 

Tashan-Soul Survivor

Starship Orchestra-The Genie

Yellow Jackets-The Hornet

Kathryn Moses-Lucky Duck

Walter Murphy- The Score

Donald Bryd-Lansanas Priestess(Victor Rodaso Mix)

Johnny Hammond-Los Conquistadores Chocolates(Remix)

Tony Allen-Kilode

Angela Johnson-On The Radio

 

2nd Hour Black History Month Special

 

Build & Arc-Always There

Gil Scott Heron-Is That Jazz?

Sean Khan-What Is Jazz?

Cunnie Williams-What Is Black Music?

Raheem DaVaughn-Nobody Wins A War

Amp Fiddler-Paint The White House Black

Michael Jackson-History(Ummha Mix)

Buckshot LeFonque-Music Evolution

Roy Ayes-2000 Black(Louie Vega Mix)

Watsonian & Gill Scott Heron-Pretty Drown Doll/Sprits monologue

 

3rd Hour

 

Jazzanova-Let Your Heart Be Free

Headtop-Sweet Power

Players Association -Hustlin’ Remix

Cosmic-Ghetto Down

Donald Smith-Expansion

Lynn Lockamy-Warning Remix

TS Monk-Candidate For Love(Mike Maurro Fitzroy Refitz edit)

Kennedy Administration-Don’t Forget To Smile

Zara McFarland-Peace Begins Within

??-Thought It Was You