Beverley Knight’s new album, Soul UK, is a collection of classic British soul songs from the last thirty years.
The UK might not be the first place that music fans think of when it comes to soul music, but this nation has produced world-beating soul songs and songwriters.
Soul UK – Beverley Knight’s new album, celebrates some of the classic songs written by talented UK songwriters. Soul UK focuses on the 1980s and 90s, a period when British soul came into its own.
M looks at more of the songs of Soul UK in part two of our spotlight on early UK soul.…
Beverley Knight’s new album, Soul UK, is a collection of covers that pays homage to a certain period of the 1980s/1990s which was hailed as an emergence for UK soul in its own right. For those of you not old enough to remember the original songs, here’s a quick guide to the tracks that helped define an era.
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