By Christopher P. Lehman
the 1st chapters specialize in Cornelius’s years in Chicago and the preliminary launching of Soul Train in 1970. the subsequent chapters discover how the nationally televised, California-based model of the convey rose progressively in either acceptance and cultural impression between essentially African American audience, and the way Cornelius himself turned a emerging star in the course of that point. the ultimate chapters illustrate Cornelius’s efforts in branching out past the dance express via numerous music-related enterprise ventures, together with the Soul teach song Awards. The paintings contains interviews with numerous former solid participants and visitors, in addition to an entire chronology of the sequence and Cornelius’s different expert ventures.
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A Critical History of Soul Train on Television by Christopher P. Lehman