Calvin Walker Band Promo.
3D Band Geneva's Flier .
Carmel, 1974. Pictured: Jackie Gilbert, Joey Barber, Steve, Leslie White.
Ela at Carol Yarrow's House. From left: Nick Gefroh, William Thomas, Richard Burdell, Lester McFarland, Scott Wardinsky, Al Nohlgren, Janice Scroggins.
Fabulous Majestics, 1963.
The Gangsters, circa 1970s.
Gangsters LP album art. The never-before-heard LP was recorded in the 1970s and will have its official release at the Albina Soul Revue Friday, November 16 at Alberta Rose Theater featuring talented local musicians who were active in the north/inner northeast area of Portland in the 1970s.
A celebration of Albina’s once prominent soul music scene will feature musical acts from the 1970s performing rare original songs. Members of The Gangsters will release a never-before-heard album from that era. Pictured are members of the jazz-funk group, The Gangsters, giving an oral history of their band at Marmoset Music in May. From left: Lester Cooke, Calvin Walker, Jimmy Sanders, Rob Manning, Ural Thomas, Phillip Wilborn.
Illusion Band Flier for 1980 Royal Esquire CLub performance.
In The Know With Romeo!! Promotional photo.
J.W. Friday DJing a teen dance in the 1970s.
Volunteers pose in front of KBTS community radio station on N Knott street. The soul radio station was also a venue for community events and talk shows. 1970s.
Lovin From The Oven live. From left: Greg Warner and Linda Hornbuckle.
Michael Cooper Band.
Obo Addy's Kukrudu
Overtime play at Mt. Tabor Park. Band members included Dan Fincher, Rick King, Richard Burdell, Shirley Nanette, Ron Marracini, Danny Osborne, and Glenn Holstrom.
Pleasure and Paul Knauls At Pittock Mansion, 1982.
Ron Steen (left) and Count Dutch aka Hendrik Pons Mike.
Seven Of Diamonds club.
Sliver The Funk Machine.
Some of the musicians in the Albina Soul Revue at rehearsal.
Soul Dynamics and the Royalettes Promo ,1966.
The Beyons at Portland State University Fountain, 1976.
Towner Galaher (left) and John Sanders at Mel Brown's Drum Shop.
Ural Thomas at Peninsula Park.
W.C. Cage (left), Thara Memory, and Michael Grice at CIvic Auditorium (now called Keller Auditorium), 1981.