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In 2008 there was royal recognition for the Funki Dreds when, after thirty years of dedication, Jazzie was awarded an OBE for services to music.The first sound man to be honoured by Her Majesty the Queen, and probably the most deserved investiture ever.Listen to Soul II Soul Go to Jazzie B website Movin’ forward Soul II Soul’s dances had been reflecting what was occurring naturally in London; kids of all races had grown up together and were now raving together.By the mid-1980s the warehouse scene was in full swing, vibrant and underground, removed from the constraints of the mainstream – a natural fit for Soul II Soul’s creativity: “We were very arty as an early sound.They’ve performed in over 20 countries, and appeared at some of the most famous venues in the world including Wembley and New York’s Universal Ample Theatre.
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We’ve always had that kind of relationship – there are not many words exchanged between us, but everything that’s happened has been very much in tandem.” Soul II Soul quickly achieved a name in their community, but were in no position to give up the day jobs, and at age 18, Jazzie was working for cockney pop legend Tommy Steele, as a tape operator.
He found himself one of the few black people working in London’s recording studio and recalls how this shaped his attitude: “It made me vexed in one way, but it made me see that there are parts of the industry that we’re not taking care of because we always want to be so upfront.” As Soul II Soul grew, Jazzie was determined to create a dancefloor environment that would appeal across the board.
The new designs aim to recapture that spirit and make the same statements as before, in a time when we need that harmony more than ever.” Soul II Soul clothing: for the way we live.
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