The Soul Train Music Awards is an annual award show which previously aired in national television syndication, and honors the best in black music and entertainment. It is produced by the makers of Soul Train, the program from which it takes its name, and features musical performances by various R&B and soul recording artists interspersed throughout the ceremonies.
Soul Train: The Dance Years is a series of compilation albums released by Rhino Records in 1999 and 2000, and spun off from the long-running syndicated television series Soul Train. Each album features 14 hit rhythm and blues recordings, said to have been featured on Soul Train, from a specific year of the 1970s. Ten albums were released, each one representing one year of the decade.
Remember "Soul Train" dancer, Cheryl Song? Watch as she reflects on making a name for herself as the first non-Black dancer on the show and working with Michael Jackson and Lionel Richie as a result.
Soul Train ~ Soul Train Christmas Starfest. This rich R&B sampler reaches from Stevie Wonder's "Someday at Christmas" and James Brown's classic "Santa Claus Goes Straight to the Ghetto" ahead to the '90s turf of Kirk Franklin and the Family's "There's No Christmas Without You" and En Vogue's "Silent Nite (Happy Holiday Mix). Generous at 16 songs, Soul Train Christmas Starfest leans harder on the vocalists than on groups such as the Isley Brothers (here caught groovin' through "Special Gift").
Best R&B/Soul Single, Group, Band, or Duo. 0 Best Jazz Album.
Never miss another show from The Soul Train. Two guys, one hour, a whole lotta soul. Rarely have three such genres had such a cultural and historic impact on society. It is difficult to argue that any other genres have been so instrumental in the fight against discrimination, the breakdown of societal barriers and subsequent mixing of cultures. Whilst preceded by landmark genres such as Blues, Jazz and R'n'B, (which we both love and enjoy) it was not until soul, funk and disco that such change was truly made.
Soul Train 1972 collects hits from the legendary R&B show's second year of syndication, including Jean Knight's "Mr. Big Stuff," the Staple Singers' "Respect Yourself," the Chi-Lites' "Have You Seen Her," and Marvin Gaye's "What's Going O. The Dramatics' "Whatcha See Is What You Get," the Persuaders' "Thin Line Between Love & Hate," and the Cornelius Brothers & Sister Rose's "Treat Her Like a Lady" are some of the other highlights from this classic soul collection, . .
|A1||I Can't Help Myself|
|B1||You Don't Know Like I Know|
|B2||Hang 'Em High|
- Recorded At – Stage 3 Sound
NotesRecorded by Stage 3 Sound Production, Kansas City, Missouri
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (A-Side Runout): PRP 8401 161 DBM
- Matrix / Runout (B-Side Runout): PRP 8402 161 DBM