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Best of Soul Train [USA] [DVD]

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(2010/TIME LIFE) NTSC, Code 0, 130; Time Life Proudly Presents The Best Of Soul Train, A 9-DVD Set Including Bonus DVD Featuring One-Of-A-Kind, Superstar Performances From The Best Years Of This Iconic TV Show - 1971 To 1979 ! The Soul Train Franchise Is One Of The Most Beloved Television Shows Of The Past 30 Years, Featuring Hip Dances, Outrageous Fashinos, And Exciting Performances From The Biggest Name In R&B, Soul, And Hip-Hop. Each DVD Features The Best Moments From Original Soul Train Episodes, Including On-Air Interviews With Artists, The Illustrious Soul Train Dancers, And Even Classic Commercials From Soul Train Sponsors Ultra Sheen And Afro Sheen ! The Best Of Soul Train Features Performances From A Who's-Who Of Classic Soul Artists, Including Smokey Robinson, Aretha Franklin, Stevie Wonder, The O'Jays, Marvin Gaye, The Isley Brothers, Barry White And Many, Many More ! On Top Of That, The DVD Set Includes Over 3 Hours Of Bonus Features, Including Exclusive Interviews With Don Cornelius, Smokey Robinson, And Jody Watley, Among Others! Plus, Get A Special Bonus DVD, 'The Soul Train Music Awards' Featuring The First-Ever Soul Train Awards Show With Performances By Luther Vandross, Dionne Warwick, Whitney Houston, And Stevie Wonder ! That's A Total Of 9 DVDS And 130 Performances, The Ultimate Collection Of Soul Train Moments For Any Fan Of This Classic TV Shows !

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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Hipper than hip 31 de agosto de 2010
Por Thomas E. Davis - Publicado en
Formato: DVD Compra verificada
Soooooouuuuuullllll Train! I'm as white as they come, but I loved this show in its heyday. I was 12 when it premiered in 1970. It was a window into a culture as smooth and brash in its musicality and vernacular as it was in its dyn-o-mite dancing and day-glo fashion. Don Cornelius was the serene ruler of this kingdom, speaking in a voice both sonorous and mellifluous, wearing royal silk shirts and maroon velveteen suits, not a hair out of place in his afro crown. I tuned in both to groove to the great songs and to make myself just a bit hipper, and my own record collection, bellbottoms, wide lapels, and platform shoes were evidence of my devotion to the music and the people who produced it.

There is no way this 3-DVD set, with its wide array of stars and 50 great songs spread over five hours, could deserve less than the highest rating, even if the mastering were second rate. But the audio and video reproduction are excellent; Time-Life knows its stuff. And there are more than three hours of extras consisting primarily of lengthy retrospective interviews with such figures as the imperturbable Don Cornelius and the voluble Smokey Robinson.

This wonderful compilation is a priceless sampler of the 1970s and a who's who of classic soul, from the Queen to the Godfather. Among others, you'll find represented Aretha Franklin, Marvin Gaye, Smokey Robinson, Stevie Wonder, The Jackson 5, The Isley Brothers, The O'Jays, The Commodores, Sly Stone, Barry White, Bill Withers, Gladys Knight, Lou Rawls, Teddy Pendergrass, Curtis Mayfield and, ladies and gentlemen, the hardest working man in show business, Jaaaaaaaaaaaames Brown! "The Best of Soul Train" needs a star in its rating for every star on the DVDs!

One caution: some of the performers lip-sync, but that's how it was on TV back then. A complete list of the contents:

The Isley Brothers - "That Lady" / "Live It Up" / "Summer Breeze"
Barry White - "Can't Get Enough of Your Love Babe" / "What Am I Gonna Do with You" / "You're the First, the Last, My Everything"
Love Unlimited Orchestra - "Love's Theme"
Marvin Gaye - "Come Get to This" / "Distant Lover" / "Let's Get It On"
Sly & The Family Stone - "I Want to Take You Higher" / "Dance to the Music"
Gladys Knight & The Pips - "I Heard It Through the Grapevine"
The O'Jays - "Backstabbers"
Aretha Franklin - "Rock Steady"
Interviews with Don Cornelius, Smokey Robinson, and Brian McKnight

Bill Withers - "Use Me" / "Lean on Me"
Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes - "If You Don't Know Me by Now"
Commodores - "Still" / "Three Times a Lady" / "Sail On"
Curtis Mayfield - "Pusherman" / "Superfly"
War - "Cisco Kid"
The Main Ingredient - "Everybody Plays the Fool"
James Brown - "Get on the Good Foot" / "Try Me" / "Get Up I Feel Like Being a Sex Machine" / "Super Bad"
Interviews with Don Cornelius, Cuba Gooding, Sr., and Eric Casem

Stevie Wonder - "My Cherie Amour / Sir Duke / I Wish / These Three Words" (medley)
Aretha Franklin - "I Was Made for You"
Aretha Franklin and Smokey Robinson - "Ooo Baby Baby"
Teddy Pendergrass - "The Whole Town's Laughing at Me" / "I Don't Love You Anymore"
Lou Rawls - "You'll Never Find Another Love Like Mine" / "From Now On"
L.T.D. - "Love Ballad"
The Jackson Five - "I Want You Back" / "Corner of the Sky" / "Lookin' Through the Windows"
Jermaine Jackson - "Daddy's Home"
Interviews with Smokey Robinson, Jody Watley, and Clarence Avant
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas A Blast From the Past! 29 de octubre de 2016
Por Lover of Good Quality - Publicado en
Formato: DVD Compra verificada
Was hesitant about buying this because of numerous reviews regarding the show not being recorded in it's entirety, the Soul Train line not being on every episode and too many commercials. However, I was happy and grateful to have the chance to see even PARTS of this legendary show I grew up watching on Saturdays during my teens because it wasn't available for decades. I decided to take a chance on this 3 DVD set and am so glad I did! I think Time Life did an excellent job putting this compilation together. It's true you won't see the Soul Train line and Word Scramble on every episode like we did growing up, but those haven't been left out; you'll still see some of them. It's also true that you won't see entire shows. But you will see some fantastic performances from great artists and portions of different shows. While the guest artists perform, you'll see the Soul Train dancers doing their thing and all of those outfits from back in the day. You'll see Don Cornelius at his smoothest, finest, doing what that brother did best. If you're anything like me, the Afro Sheen and Ultra Sheen commercials will make you laugh rather than annoy you. At the very least they'll put a smile on your face because it was simply good to just see all of that again. In fact, I think this entire DVD set will put a smile on your face. It may not remind you of a perfect compilation, but I promise it will remind you of some really happy times.
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Get On Board!!! 9 de enero de 2011
Por L. Hastings - Publicado en
Formato: DVD Compra verificada
Soul Train was always a part of my Saturday line-up back when I was a young girl. It's how I kept up with all of the latest dances and fashion. It was also one of the few ways that I could catch a Jackson 5 performance and interview. So, there it is. The big draw for me was that this DVD set features the J5!!! I also got excited about the Ultra Sheen/Afro Sheen commercials. Those took me back and all of it is just an exciting trip down memory lane. Yep, it's true, the episodes aren't full episodes. I happen to think that this is a good thing. I love the dancers, but after I viewed for awhile, I realized that I didn't need to see a full 45 minutes of these people, per episode. No, Thank You. Everyone knows that the way you viewed things as a child (in my case a tween) is not the way you view things as an adult. Some of the dancing is now outlandish and comical to me and even some of Don's interviews (for lack of a better word) were downright cornball. For me, I saw just enough of the dancers and just enough of the interviews, though I wish some would have been longer than others.

There certainy should have been more Soul Train lines. That was part of the weekend draw. That's how you could really focus on and select your favorite dancer. One of my favorites was the Asian girl with hair almost down to her calves, saw her. Still, it was fun to see Don looking dapper, I never realized the quality of his suits. Some of them still look good today. Don was cool. I was okay with the focus being on the guests. And even though the purchase was all for the J5, it was so good to see Teddy Pendergrass again, looking too delicious. I couldn't appreciate that when I was 13. Then there was Marvin, Aretha, Stevie and Smokey and the Isley Brothers.

Then, there were moments when the dancers just danced and that was done just enough. I also liked how for the most part each artist stayed within their own segment and you didn't have to skip from episode to episode trying to find all of your artists perormances, though there were some exceptions to this. I enjoyed this set of 3 disc, I give it 4 stars only because there weren't enough soul train lines and since you aren't seeing the show in its entirety some of it can feel a bit abrupt; but this hardly discounts the set. I've even thought about getting the 9 disc set, but there is not enough detail mentioned about which artists are featured, so I'll wait for more reviews. All in all, I am happy with this purchase.
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas The Best of Soul train was great 7 de abril de 2011
Por angie - Publicado en
Formato: DVD Compra verificada
I read a few reviews and was a little reluctant about buying this DVD, and as stated in the other reviews a lot the groups were not there, but wow just to see the groups as they were years ago it took me all the way back to my teenage years. The Delfonics, Harold Melvin and the Blue Notes with Teddy Pendergrass it was so good to see them. What i didn't like about it was the commercials over and over again. One or two would have been fine they could have added more groups instead of the commercials to me that was wasted space. However all in all it was great, i have looked at the DVD twice and plan to look at it again this weekend. My children and Grandchildren didn't like it oh sorry stay home,
me and the Soul Train Dvd can party alone although the feet and legs don't want to cooperate anymore. If you love old music and enjoy looking at the groups as they were i don't think you will be disappointed. This is real music
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas THIS IS A FUN WALK DOWN MENORY LANE..... 2 de enero de 2011
Por RXW - Publicado en
Formato: DVD Compra verificada
Yes, it's Soul Train but its not about Soul Train. It's a compilation of songs from great entertainers that perfromed on Soul Train from back in the day. If you are looking for Soul Train re-runs, this is not it. If you want lots and lots of Soul Train Dance lines, you may be left wanting. But if you want to see great artist in their early days, doing some of their most favorites songs, with some Soul Train Dance lines (I counted at lest 5 or 6 throughout), fashion trends and styles throughout the years, and done with a smile on your face, then this is it!! Get this DVD!! You won't be disappointed. I'm ready to buy more as gifts just to share the fun with others. And share it with your children.

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