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Classic Soul Album Spotlight: Natalie Cole’s ‘Inseparable’

One of the most greatest and distinctive singing voices ever heard belongs to the one and only Natalie Cole. Being the daughter of the legendary Nat “King” Cole, she wanted to carve her own niche in music. Although she admired […]

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Tony Gogo

Diary of an Ex-Soul Train Dancer: Tony GoGo

Anthony Foster, aka Tony GoGo, is one of the pioneers of locking. As a co-founding member of the original GoGo Brothers dance group, he

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Soul Train History Book: Soul Train’s Theme Songs

Over Soul Train’s 36 year history, the program has had various theme songs, some of which were original compositions and others which were not.

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Classic Soul Cinema: ‘Cooley High’

Cooley High is not just a classic movie, it is a “cult” classic.

Released 40 years ago on June 26, 1975, Cooley High is

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Classic Soul Album Spotlight: The Ohio Players’ Honey

One of the funkiest groups to ever hit the music scene is the Ohio Players. They created some of the most wonderful albums ever

MJ Grammys 1988

Celebrating Michael Jackson’s Top Ten Solo TV Performances

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June 25, 2015 is the sixth anniversary of Michael Jackson’s passing. In memory of one of the world’s

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Diary of an Ex-Soul Train Dancer: The Original Skeeter Rabbit

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James “Skeeter Rabbit” Higgins is one of the most funkiest dancers that came out of South

Richard Pryor hosting Soul Train

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

Jackson 5 I Want You Back’s Ultimate Guide to Double-Sided Hits

Back in the day when people threw house parties, they would bring their 45s and write their names on them so no one would

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Classic Soul Cinema: ‘Cornbread, Earl & Me’

One of the most compelling movies ever released focuses on a theme that is prevalent today: police violence against an unarmed black youth.


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