Pama International London soul special / album launch

Pama

Saturday 2nd February - 7pm-1am

The Altruistic Soul Sound of...

Pama International album launch party

DJs Alan Handscombe and Tim Fuller

at The Social, 5 Little Portland Street, London, W1W 7JD.

Following up on their critically acclaimed **** Mojo album Love & Austerity and hugely successful Trojan Records songbook tour, Pama Int’l return with their much touted soul album - "The Altruistic Soul sounds of…” and 9 piece soul revue.

Since their formation in 2001 Pama Int’l have released 10 studio albums and recorded 4 BBC Radio One Maida Vale sessions. In 2006 they became the first new band to sign to Trojan Records in 30 years. The collective nature of the band has seen them work with; Billy Bragg, Ken Boothe, Rico, Derrick Morgan, Dawn Penn, Dave & Ansel Collins, Dennis Alcapone, Wrongtom, and Mad Professor, whilst their line up has attracted members from The Specials, Madness, Galliano, Steel Pulse, The Upsetters and the Style Council.

The new album draws on songwriter/founder Sean Flowerdew’s love of Northern, British and Southern Soul and boasts influences of Al Green, Aretha, Otis, Betty Swann, Wilson Pickett, Joe Cocker, Duane Allman, Janis Joplin and Booker T & The MGs, but in true Pama Int'l fashion make it their very own.

With early plays in for the album from the Craig Charles Funk & Soul Show on BBC Radio 6, where Craig proclaimed “it’s just superb” and a live debut at Alexandra Palace supporting Toots & The Maytals to 8500 people, The Altruistic Soul Sound of Pama International, looks set to usher in a beautiful soul era for the band.

DJs on this soul special evening are two of the capitals finest - the ever brilliant Alan Handscombe and Tim Fuller.

Tickets £10 adv from www.buytickets.at/hotshotscorcher

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