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Donald Cortez Cornelius (Sept. 27, 1936 – Feb. 1, 2012) was an American television show host and producer who was best known as the creator of Soul Train, which he hosted from 1971 to 1993. Originally a journalist inspired by the civil rights movement, he recognized that in the late 1960s there was no TV venue in the United States for soul music. In 1970, he launched Soul Train as a daily local show in Chicago. The program entered national syndication and moved to Los Angeles the following…

Ever Saturday morning.and American Bandstand. I learned to dance watching these shoes and I ALWAYS wanted to be a Soul Train dancer!

The Soul Train Dancers

Soul Train dancers in the Many people looked toward what dancers wore on soul train to get fashion ideas.

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Al Green performs "Love and Happiness" on Soul Train, February of my faviorites.

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Soul Train Memory Book remembers: The Soul Train Scramble Board photo 1

globe poster, baltimore     A James Brown poster, reprint 1995.

A Poster Shop's Illustrated History Of American Music

Soul Train - good memories,,,every Saturday morning me and my two sisters would get and watch this to get the latest dance moves...lol

who can forget soul train and that fabulous soul train line or Don Cornelius wishing us Love, Peace & Soul?

I listen to all types of music. Within each new genre I added to my list a specific song spoke to my soul. Whether it is contemporary instrumental or neo soul music, they all have inspired me.

Every song I enjoy listening to touches me in some way. I can't listen to music that I can't relate to. Genre doesn't matter to me, but if the lyrics are meaningless, you won't find me listening to it.