All that hair! I love it.And I knew Don COrnelius cd talk faster than he was talking Sunday night.
Wow, I wish I was born just a few years earlier to partake in this! I fondly remember my big brother gettin' down and was sooooo jealous as a little girl!
Hell yeah, Dave. They could do a dvd set featuring the Soul Train lines and I'd buy that shit.
Yeah, we were thinner then. And had hair! Afro-Sheen, y'all!
OMG! That brought a smile to my face. I remember trying to imitate them at parties - with all-girl Soul Train lines. And those polyester clothes!
dis stuff is like kryptonite to me. for real i love watching soul train clips.
they should bring this back. i bet a new dance show would be hilarious. same concept with people performing too as long as it's like danceable music.
Yeah, we were thinner then. And had hair!And a fresh James Brown jam every month or two.Wantu wazuri...
Word, DeAngelo Starnes! :thumbsup:I was such a ST geek, fo' real! The album art to my soul music songs is a still photo of the Soul Train line.I used to know a lot of their names. I had such a crush one of the dancers. I wrote him a letter c/o "Right On!" magazine and he wrote back. If you're reading this, I still love you Leonard Allen Jones. :-)And I became friends with Tyrone "The Bone" Proctor (he's the dude whippin' his neck at 1:50. His partner's name was Sharon Hill). We met when we worked on the same street in the Village (NYC) many years ago. I liked the ST line much better when couples danced together, as opposed to later on when they had separate lines for the ladies and guys.I love these memories. Thanks for posting, UBM.
And I became friends with Tyrone "The Bone" Proctor (he's the dude whippin' his neck at 1:50. His partner's name was Sharon Hill).Whaaaaat? That's so cool.
What I love is knowing these young'uns are probably grandparents now, and so the funk line stretches on!The joy looks a lot more carefreee back then, too.
this is so fabulous
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