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Soul Retrospective: Isaac Hayes and Dionne Warwick’s ‘A Man and a Woman’

In the 1970s, live albums and performances were a great way to connect listeners to the acts they loved. Albums like Blue Magic, Major Harris and Margie Joseph—Live!, The Commodores Live, and Earth, Wind & Fire’s Gratitude all found their […]

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Soul Train History Book: Richard Pryor Hosts Soul Train

Way before Soul Train began having regular guest hosts in the fall of 1993 after Don Cornelius stepped down as host, the program had

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Profile: Naturi Naughton—The ‘Power’ of Tasha St. Patrick

Starz hit drama Power has returned for its highly anticipated second season, and co-star Naturi Naughton is just as anxious about what’s to come as

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The 80s: The Bar-Kays’ ‘Propositions’

The Bar-Kays released the album Propositions in 1982. Now, one might think that with a host of hits since the late 1960s, the

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Soul Retrospective: Stevie Wonder’s ‘Characters’

When Characters was released in 1987, Stevie Wonder had already experienced over 25 years of constant hits. In the early '60s, Motown and America

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The Most Influential Men of 2015…So Far

2015 has been a whirlwind of good and bad news. From police brutality, to marches through city streets proclaiming “Black Lives Matter,” uplifting stories

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The 80s: The Top Ten of 1989

It was 1989, the end of the decade but definitely not the end of some incredible music.  The end of the year charts boasted

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In Memoriam: Remembering Reynaldo Rey

What you’re about to read is not an insult: Reynaldo Rey looked funny.

I’m not alluding the late comedian was unattractive; Rey had stage

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The 80s: Vanity’s ‘Wild Animal’

Vanity was already well known to 80s music fans as the camisole-clad vixen and lead vocalist of the Prince-formed

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Diary of an Ex-Soul Train Dancer: Fawn Quinones

Who can forget this gorgeous dancing machine? Fawn Quinones, sister of Lockers dancer Adolfo “Shabba Doo” Quinones, is one of Soul Train’s most popular



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