American Soul Flashbacks - From the "Soul Train" Archives
Season 1 • 12/19/2018
Dancers show off their moves on "Soul Train."
American Soul Flashbacks - The Honey Cone Performs "Stick-Up"American SoulS1
The Honey Cone is robbed out of love during their 1971 performance of "Stick-Up" on "Soul Train."
American Soul Flashbacks - Gladys Knight & the Pips Perform "Friendship Train"American SoulS1
Kelly Price throws it back to 1971 for a groovy performance of "Friendship Train" by Gladys Knight & the Pips on "Soul Train."
American Soul Flashbacks - Rufus Thomas Performs "Do the Funky Penguin"American SoulS1
Rufus Thomas chats with Don Cornelius and performs "Do the Funky Penguin" on "Soul Train" in 1972.
American Soul Flashbacks - The Chi-Lites Perform "Have You Seen Her"American SoulS1
Chicago natives The Chi-Lites do a groovy rendition of "Have You Seen Her" on "Soul Train" in 1967.
American Soul Flashbacks - Martha and the Vandellas Perform "Dancing in the Street"American SoulS1
K. Michelle throws it back to a 1970 performance by Martha and the Vandellas on "Soul Train."
American Soul Flashbacks - From the "Soul Train" ArchivesAmerican SoulS1
Sinqua Walls revisits the early days of "Soul Train," from host Don Cornelius's iconic intros to the epic dance moves featured on-screen.
American Soul BloopersAmerican SoulS1
The cast of American Soul gets tripped up on their lines during the behind the scenes interviews.
The Director's Chair with Angela Barnes GomesAmerican SoulS1
Director Angela Barnes Gomes shares her excitement about working on American Soul, offers insight into storylines and describes her directing style.
I Was a Soul Train Dancer: Behind the MovesAmerican SoulS1
From the days of Motown to the birth of hip hop, the Soul Train dancers look back at their time on the show and reflect on how their experiences transformed black culture.
I Was a Soul Train Dancer: Louie "Ski" CarrAmerican SoulS1
Always dressed to the nines, Louie "Ski" Carr describes how he used his classic Hollywood aesthetic to add dramatic flair to his Soul Train moves.
I Was a Soul Train Dancer - Cheryl SongAmerican SoulS1
After making a name for herself as the first non-black dancer on "Soul Train," Cheryl Song credits the show for allowing her to work with Michael Jackson and Lionel Richie.
I Was a Soul Train Dancer: Reginald T. ThorntonAmerican SoulS1
After sneaking his way onto the Soul Train set, Reginald T. Thornton became a regular with a funky look and original moves.
I Was a Soul Train Dancer: Derek "Foxtails" FlemingAmerican SoulS1
To set himself apart from the other Soul Train dancers, Derek "Foxtails" Fleming started sporting what would become his trademark foxtail accessories.
Soul Style with the Costume Designers of American SoulAmerican SoulS1
Costume designers Rita McGhee and Alita Bailey share their inspirations behind the various costumes they chose for the stars of American Soul.
I Was a Soul Train Dancer: Charles WashingtonAmerican SoulS1
Charles Washington talks about parlaying his time as a street dancer in Compton, CA, into a career on Soul Train.
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