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Dave Godin's deep soul treasures. Vol. 5

Dave Godin (compiler)
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Dave Godin's deep soul treasures. Vol. 5

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Title
Dave Godin's deep soul treasures. Vol. 5
Compiler
Dave Godin
Publisher
Kent, 2019
1 cd
Playing time
01:15:56
EAN
0029667096126
CDR
HDX12682
Placing suggestion
78 - Pop (NBLC) P4 - Populaire muziek Engels (Flemish music schema)

Availability in Flemish libraries

More than 5 times in Flemish libraries

About Dave Godin

David Edward Godin (21 June 1936 – 15 October 2004) was an English fan of American soul music, who made a major contribution internationally in spreading awareness and understanding of the genre, and by extension African-American culture.

Biography

Born in Peckham, London, the son of a milkman, Dave Godin spent his early childhood in Peckham before bombing forced the family to move to Bexleyheath, Kent, where he won a scholarship to Dartford Grammar School. Godin began collecting American R&B records when at school, where he encouraged the younger Mick Jagger's interest in black American music. He said: "..It was at Dartford Grammar School that I met Mick Jagger and introduced him to black music, I'm ashamed to say. It's ironic that as a result of meeting me he's where he is today." Godin played a minor role in the early jam sessions out of which the Rolling Stones emerged, but resented Jagger for what he saw as the Stones…Read more on Wikipedia