“Shades of Soul, Part I”
One of two episodes devoted to the Latin side of Soul!.
I live in Houston, Texas and have been looking for these Soul Shows for years. I was attempted to get them from the Houston, Texas PBS station as was told they did not have any history of any such shows. Thanks you very much. Do you have any of the shows on DVD and can they be purchased?
Chevere! My sincere compliments to the producers of Soul. Shades of Soul, Part 1 is a timeless treasure in recording a brief moment in the history of New York based Latin music. I truly enjoyed the performances of the many musicians and singers that eventually would become major performers and legends. How prophetic Tito Puente was in predicting that there were Latin music groups that would have a profound influence and impact on the global community. The producers of Soul had the foresight of respecting the New York Latino community and culture in including us in their production. Soul raised the bar on what is entertainment and how enjoyable a musical program can be. It should serve as an example to folks today. Thank you.
definitivamente paa los amantes de la salsa esto es una joya musica ….que viva la salsa
tremendo show de tito puente willie colon y el mas grande de todos HECTOR LAVOE soy fanatico de lavoe qpero este video lo acabo de ver este año, gracias a mi hijo q estuvo buscando y tambien es fanatico de hector al igual q mi otro hijo he visto q hay una segunda parte pero todavia no lo he podido encontrar me podrin ayudar como lo ubico …
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muchas gracias…..ahora se ….q la salsa nunca morira.
A great memories with two of the most important artist of my island. God bless both!!!!! Long live the King!!!!!!!!! Sincerely yours; David Rosado Cuba.
That songHector is singing is not Ayer Llore the songs name is Sigue feliz
These where the good old days of music and…. pbs. Uncover more treasures please!
Hi, it’s a plessure to talk to you…
I’m really interested in getting your video where appears Willie Colon and hector Lavoe.
“Soul! November 15, 1972 : Shades of Soul”
Please send me an answer in order to know how to get this DVD…Ok
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My best regrets:
Each one of these shows is a cultural time capsule goldmine! Amazing treasure. I discovered them back in May. Can you please tell me when you will be releasing more episodes as you have promised. We ALL cannot wait any longer!! Many many thanks.
hola que video mas fantastico por el contenido y la calidad del mismo como no sacan mas de estos videos y lo ponen al alcanze del publico es la unica manera de preservar el genero latino si alguien esta interezado en hacer amistad les dejo mi correo email@example.com byeee
I hope PBS 13 takes notice of such high demand of releasing these broadcast in the market. I am totally waiting for the Latin Soul broadcast with felipe luciano to be released..
I AM ONE OF THE DANCER IN THIS WONDERFUL PROGRAM
I AM DANCING WITH THE GUY WITH THE WHITE SHIRT(BERNARD)I HAVE ON A BLACK DRESS,
AND THE OTHER DANCER IS GERALD MARSH, WHO
PASSED AWAY LAST YEAR.HOW CAN I GET THE DVD.
Excellent!!! I love it!!!
Absolutely Revoloutionary…a witnessing of The Salsa Explosion of the 1970′s, New York City…
A Treasure…thank you PBS, You are the Greatest.
this is the true Salsa, its an educational tool to teach the current generation to forget Commercial Artists like Marc Anthony and listen to the real deal, pay attention to the AfroCuban Essence in the music.
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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