Soul Train- 70s and 80s

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Disco and Funk: Music for a Movement

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Summer of Soul

Christine Bynum Smus-240-06 Summer of soul is a documentary that covered festivals held in Harlem, New York, that celebrated African-American music and trends in 1969. Over 300,000 people attended the six-week festival, held in Mount Morris Park. It sought to include many different genres of African-American music such as gospel, funk, soul, R&B, and many […]

Gladys Knight

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“Love, Peace, and Soul”

“Love, Peace, and Soul”: A Look at Soul Train Introduction Soul Train was a show that promoted individuality, good times, and musical expression. Formed in 1970, a time when soul music had been dominating African American expression for a number of years, Soul Train was a showcase for popular music in various genres. A lot […]

Soul Train and the Exposure of Funk and Disco

Soul Train and the Exposure of Funk and Disco Start of Soul Train Soul Train was a television show that featured a majority black cast that showcased musical talent and dance. This show aired on national television in 1971 and ran all the way up until 2006. The mastermind behind the show was Don Cornelius. […]