The Best of Soul Train
Originally produced for the television series, 1972-1991
Bonus features include interviews with: Don Cornelius, Smokey Robinson, Brian McKnight, Cuba Gooding Sr., Eric Casem, Jody Watley & Clarence Avant
Program notes by David Nathan ( p. : ports.) inserted in container
Number of discs, special features, and language options may vary by copy
Episode 142 (May 24, 1975): Can't get enough of your love, babe (Barry White) ; Love's theme (Love Unlimited Orchestra) ; What am I gonna do with you ; You're the first, the last, my everything (Barry White)
Episode 89 (February 16, 1974): Come get to this ; Distant lover ; Let's get it on (Marvin Gaye)
Episode 105 (June 29, 1974): I want to take you higher (Sly & the Family Stone) ; Mighty mighty (Earth, Wind & Fire) ; Dance to the music (Sly & the Family Stone)
Episode 33 (October 7, 1972): I heard it through the grapevine (Gladys Knight & the Pips) ; Back stabbers (the O'Jays)
Episode 314 (December 1, 1979): Respect (Aretha Franklin)
Episode 56 (April 14, 1973): Rock steady (Aretha Franklin)
Bonus material : interviews with Don Cornelius, Smokey Robinson & Brian McKnight
DVD 2 (ca. 155 min.): Episode 37 (November 4, 1972): Use me ; Lean on me (Bill Withers) ; If you don't know me by now (Harold Melvin and the Blue Notes)
Episode 316 (December 15, 1979): Still ; Three times a lady ; Sail on (Commodores)
Episode 45 (January 6, 1973): Pusherman (Curtis Mayfield) ; The Cisco Kid (War) ; Everybody plays the fool (the Main Ingredient) ; Superfly (Curtis Mayfield)
Episode 49 (February 10, 1973): Get on the good foot (part 1) ; Try me ; Get up I feel like being like a sex machine (part 1) ; Super bad (part 1 & part 2) (James Brown)
Bonus material : interviews with Don Cornelius, Cuba Gooding, Sr. & Eric Casem
DVD 3 (ca. 155 min.): Episode 671 (September 21, 1991): Love train (the O'Jays); Medley. My cherie amour ; Sir Duke ; I wish ; These three words (Stevie Wonder)
Episode 314 (December 1, 1979): I was made for you (Aretha Franklin) ; OOO baby baby (Aretha Franklin and Smokey Robinson) ; Respect (Aretha Franklin)
Episode 235 (November 5, 1977): The whole town's laughing at me ; I don't love you anymore (Teddy Pendergrass) ; Brick house (Commodores)
Episode 207 (January 22, 1977): You'll never find another love like mine (Lou Rawls) ; Love ballad (L.T.D.) ; From now on (Lou Rawls)
Episode 35 (October 21, 1972): I want you back ; Corner of the sky (the Jackson 5) ; Daddy's home (Jermaine Jackson) ; Lookin' through the windows (the Jackson 5)
Bonus material: interviews with Smokey Robinson, Jody Watley & Clarence Avant
Documentary television programs
Rhythm and blues music
25391-X Time-Life (disc one)
25392-X Time-Life (disc two)
25393-X Time-Life (disc three)
Three discs of Soul Train episodes! Features Sly and the Family Stone, Barry White, Curtis Mayfield, and many many more, along with a lot of jaw-dropping dancing.
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