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Anatomy of THE Groove 2/20/15 Rique's Pick: "Sho You Right" by Barry White

In retrospect, the year 1987 was the most meaningful,
impactful and enjoyable musical year of my childhood. In that particular year, the sounds of the past, present and future came together, all providing musical enjoyment on the one. 761 more words

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Check Out Exclusive Photos From "Hot Tub Time Machine 2"

(AllHipHop News) The cast of Hot Tub Time Machine 2 is set to return to the big screen this week. The sequel to the 2010 comedy will arrive in theaters on Friday, February 20. 162 more words

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En Vogue Sued Backed Out Of Label Deal To Sign With Another Company

En Vogue, the divas known for a lot of drama is in the middle of it again, now a label is suing them for reneging on a deal in which the original members signed.   87 more words

Entertainment News

Yesterday was Michael McDonald's Birthday. Apparently we both keep forgettin'.

Who doesn’t dig on some Michael McDonald? I mean not only did he rule the airwaves with his Doobie era hits, he was an auxiliary member of Steely Dan for years, performing keyboards and backing vocals on albums and their rare tours, and his euphonious tones were employed in songs by/with Christopher Cross (“and I’ve got such a long way to go, (such a long way). 166 more words

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The Soul Train Line: dance moves, fashion grooves

On the air for thirty five years,

Soul Train

was an American music and dance television programme

which spotlighted Black-American music talents.

It was created by trailblazing producer, Don Cornelius. 137 more words

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Wishing you "Love. Peace. and Soul!" : meet Donald Cortez "Don" Cornelius- '70s TV producer, TV host and flash fashion icon

The ’70s American dance and music show

Soul Train

was must see t.v. viewing.

(image from weeklings.com):

“The S-ooo-uuu-l (Soul) Train’

The show featured performances by chart topping Black recording artists. 618 more words

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