14 years... Still going strong...!
The magazine has amassed 87 editions over a 14 year period since 2006. Many of the publications are full of historical and education information, straight from the mouths of those universally around the world who’ve contributed to the music we are passionate about. The Soul Survivors have been blessed to feature interviews of some who are no longer here as well as those who are breaking or have broken through showcasing their artistry. The back issues are available individually or as an entire back catalogue, so please have a sneak preview to see what issues, if not all, appeal to you.
Beggar & Co.
Dr Bob Jones
Ronald Khalis Bell of Kool & The Gang
Frankie Beverly of Maze
Jan Kincaid of Brand New Heavies
DJ Colin Curtis
Gwen Dickey (Rose Royce)
Hil St Soul
Paul “Trouble” Anderson
Mary Davis of The SOS Band
Teddy Riley and Chauncey Black (Blackstreet)
Angela Johnson, Stokley of Mint Condition
Rob Hardt of Cool Million
Teena Marie part 2
Eddie Amoo of The Real Thing
Beverley Knight MBE
Al McKay of Earth Wind & Fire
Mark De Clive-Lowe
Colin Curtis pt 2
Wayne Henderson (The Crusaders)
Greg Edward Pt2
Al Hudson and Dave Roberson of One Way
Leon Huff and Kenny Gamble
Caron Wheeler (Soul II Soul)
Rob Hardt (Cool Million)
Mic Murphy (The System)
Sharon Bryant (Atlantic Starr)
Bill Curtis (Fatback Band)
Floyd Miller (Slave)
Lester Batchelor (Atmosfear)
Lonnie Liston Smith
Phil Thomas of Crown Heights Affair
Kenny Copeland of Rose Royce
Sugar Hill Gang
Ralph Johnson of EW&F
Sandra St Victor
Norman Jay MBE
Eddie Levert of The OJay’s
Marlon McClain (Pleasure)
Wayne Henderson (full interview)
The Summer Soulstice Team,
Frank Ryle & Rob Hard (Cool Million)
Walter Scott (The Whisper)
Evelyn “Champagne” King
Hammish Seelochan, Paul Clark, Paul Alexander, Ian Dewhirst & Steve Caesar.
Lonnie Liston Smith
Prince Tribute, James D Train Williams, Billy Ocean, Scott James, Danny John Jules, Kathy Sledge and Dr. James Mason
Muhammad Ali Tribute
Peven Everett &
Ralph Tavares, The British Collective, Pete Adarkwah BBE Records, Will Downing, Gary Hines SOB, Lloyd Bradley, DJ 279 and Leon Herbert.
Courtney Pine OBE, Gene Robinson (Breakwater), Eddy Grant and Phil Fearon
The Last Poets, Barrie K Sharpe, Teedra Moses, Jackie Sears & Shirley Jackson (Conscious Org)
Leon Ware Tribute, The Brit Funk Association, Eddie Piller, Polly Gibbons, Barry King, Wumni and Ash Selector
Jackie Jackson, Keith Killgo, Fat Freddie Morrison, Nikka Costa, Nyree, Ruby Tiger & Jay King (Club Nouveau).
George Benson, Dez Parkes, Larry Mizell, Simon Law and Jan Kincaid of MF Robots.
Eric Benet, Emilio Castillio, Shirley Jones, Eddie Piller, Jeffrey Daniel, Tony Q aka Frenchie and Bruce ‘Mississippi’ Johnson.
Bootsy Collins, The Floacist, Mike Vitti, Bluey, and Shirley Jones
Featuring Donna McGhee, Crackers original resident Dj 1973-1976 Mark Roman, and a duet combination from Mira Parkes speaking with Dez Parkes and Leroy Burgess.
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.
Talma Motown issue featuring interviews with Lamont Dozier, Otis Williams & Duke Fakir
Issue 77 The Jamaican Independence Issue featuring Sly Dunbar, Mikey Craig, Carrie Lucas, Jessie Tsang & Doug Carn
Issue 78 Dedicated to Aretha Franklin featuring Harold Brown, Wunmi, J.P Bimeni & Davide Romani
Issue 79 Dedicated to George Power featuring: W.Michael Lewis, Rockie Robbins & A.D. Burrise
Issue 80 dedicated to Paul ‘Trouble’ Anderson featuring Paul ‘Trouble’ Anderson & Freddie Johnson
Issue 81 featuring George Benson, Cerrone and Matt Warren
Issue 82 features interviews with Rochelle Fleming(First Choice), Maceo Parker and Ivan Conti(Azymuth)
Issue 83 features interviews with Paul & Patrick Mclean, Ralphi Rosario and Shelley Twinn
Issue 84 features interviews with Black Ivory, Patrick & Paul Mclean Pt2 and Pepper Gomez
Issue 85 featuring Meli’sa Morgan and Dexter Wansel
Issue 86 featuring Ian Reading, Jon Jules and Ava Cherry
Issue 87 featuring Lamont Dozier, Roy Ayers, Teena Marie, Linda Clifford and George Duke