This are the best video ever.
If you also have more Tito Puente or any Latin Jazz please make them avalable for views like me.
What an amazing treasure — thank you so much for posting these entire shows online.
M’BOOM – SICK! left speechless…
Fantastic! Enjoyed this so much – thank you,
Man it’s so touching to see these guys sing to each other, He ain’t heavy he’s my brother. That song was meant for each other, not the audience.
m’boom! this footage is an absolute treat. hairs standing up on the back of my neck! thank you so much for this incredible resource.
This is a fantastic site not only in terms of memorable moments in ones’ life but to share with friends and the young people, to educate them about things they only hear about.
The segment with M’boom, Bobby Hebb, Persuasions, Ron Carter , et al needs to be repaired, it stops every six or seven seconds,and does not come back on.
I saw this episode as a fifteen-year-old when it first ran and it blew me away. Bobby Hebb died last Tuesday, and this program is a wonderful testament.
Bobby Hebb singing “A Natural Man” is one of my favorite songs of all time. What a wonderful human being, you can see his soul oozing out of him with every breath. Thank you so much for sharing this wonderful series.
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What a PHENOMENAL OASIS of incredible music….Bobby Hebb w/ Ron Carter (on electric bass!) MBoom w/ Max Roach Roy Brooks!!!!! The Alumnus of the Persuasions….Jayotis Jerry and the rest of the guys! Funking unbelievable….and its ALL LIVE in the studio……..Soul Train as good as it was…..never showcased live renditions all lip synched!!!!!!!!
This IS H-E-A-V-E-N
Bless those who put up these episodes of Soul!!!!!!!
From the NYC area originally and remember some of these………again totally incredible to the max!
December 13, 1972
Actress Cicely Tyson and bluesman Taj Mahal talk about the movie Sounder, which starred Tyson and Mahal; Mahal also does some selections from his soundtrack to it. Exuma, a folksinger who uses some Bahamian rhythms, also performs. Hosted by Ellis Haizlip.
November 1, 1972
Funk/soul collective New Birth, Inc. with the Nite-Liters; doo-wop group the Moonglows. Host: DJ Gerry Bledsoe
November 29, 1972
“Journey To The Sun” Actor Ron O’Neal talks about Superfly and his career; Singer/songwriter Zulema; and funk-jazz ensemble Black Heat, featuring David ‘Fathead’ Newman. Hosted by Ellis Haizlip.
January 10, 1973
“Elements”, with Earth, Wind & Fire and Linda Hopkins & the Soul Quintet.
November 3, 1971
“The Roots of Black Protest”
March 1, 1972
“The Young People’s Show”
October 4, 1972
An evening with free-jazz artist Rahsaan Roland Kirk and his group.
November 15, 1972
“Shades of Soul, Part I” One of two episodes devoted to the Latin side of Soul!.
November 17, 1971