Soul Retrospective: The Temptations’ ‘Truly For You’

In the 1980s, The Temptations were one of the few R&B groups who could keep their act contemporary as well as hold on to their fans–but it wasn’t easy. The early ’80s were filled with hits and misses for the […]

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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


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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Soul Retrospective: The Family

The Family is one of the most interesting and enduring acts to come from Prince's musical stable. Unbeknownst to many, a few members of The

Train Stop Tuesday: Soul Diva Style

We all know it's not wise to judge a book


Train Stop Tuesday: Tamia in blush

In this clip from the Soul Train Awards, Asha

Train Stop Tuesday: Anita Baker

On the heels of jazz singer Esperanza Spalding's shocking

Train Stop Tuesday: Black History Isn’t Just for Black People

As a people, African Americans have made contributions throughout

Train Stop Tuesday: I Need Your Lovin

The late, great Teena Marie performs her hit single

Train Stop Tuesday: Coolness with Fonzworth Bentley

Coolness is such a subjective thing. Who exactly dictates

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