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The best of soul train, DVD producer and editor, Ralph Quatrucci, (DVD videorecording)

Label
The best of soul train
Title
The best of soul train
Statement of responsibility
DVD producer and editor, Ralph Quatrucci
Contributor
Producer
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
For over thirty-five years, Soul Train was a national institution, the premier U.S. television show for showcasing the latest names in the world of black music--Container
Cataloging source
EYP
Characteristic
videorecording
Date time place
Originally produced for television 1971-1991
Intended audience
Not rated
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
  • 1935-1984
  • 1940-
  • 1944-2003
  • 1936-2012
  • 1969-
  • 1933-2006
  • 1933-1982
  • 1946-
  • 1938-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Quatrucci, Ralph
  • Nathan, David
  • Turner, Ike
  • Turner, Tina
  • Butler, Jerry
  • Simon, Joe
  • Paul, Billy
  • Phillips, Esther
  • Robinson, Smokey
  • White, Barry
  • Gaye, Marvin
  • Franklin, Aretha
  • Cornelius, Don
  • McKnight, Brian
  • Withers, Bill
  • Mayfield, Curtis
  • Brown, James
  • Gooding, Cuba
  • Casem, Eric
  • Wonder, Stevie
  • Pendergrass, Teddy
  • Rawls, Lou
  • Jackson, Jermaine
  • Watley, Jody
  • Avant, Clarence
  • Vandross, Luther
  • Lynn, Cheryl
  • Womack, Bobby
  • McCrae, George
  • Ajaye, Franklyn
  • Preston, Billy
  • Pickett, Wilson
  • Knight, Jean
  • Tex, Joe
  • Green, Al
  • Starr, Edwin
  • Douglas, Carl
  • Summer, Donna
  • Taylor, Johnnie
  • Khan, Chaka
  • Payne, Freda
  • Hayes, Isaac
  • Reeves, Martha
  • Nash, Johnny
  • Carlton, Carl
  • Houston, Whitney
  • Warwick, Dionne
  • Armstrong, Vanessa Bell
  • Crouch, Andraé
  • Crouch, Sandra
  • Caesar, Shirley
  • Tramaine
  • Hawkins, Edwin R
  • Houston, Cissy
  • Melvin, Harold
  • Coffey, Dennis
  • Blue Notes (Musical group)
  • Sylvers (Musical group)
  • Temptations (Musical group)
  • Four Tops (Musical group)
  • O'Jays (Musical group)
  • Miracles (Musical group)
  • Isley Brothers
  • Graham Central Station (Musical group)
  • Love Unlimited Orchestra
  • Sly & the Family Stone (Musical group)
  • Earth, Wind & Fire (Musical group)
  • Gladys Knight and the Pips
  • Commodores (Musical group)
  • War (Musical group)
  • Main Ingredient (Musical group)
  • L.T.D. (Musical group)
  • Jackson 5 (Musical group)
  • Stylistics (Musical group)
  • Moments (Musical group)
  • Spinners (Musical group : U.S.)
  • Rufus (Musical group)
  • Delfonics (Musical group)
  • Chi-Lites (Musical group)
  • Originals (Musical group)
  • Honey Cone (Musical group)
  • Persuaders (Musical group)
  • Detroit Guitar Band
  • Tower of Power (Musical group)
  • Pointer Sisters
  • Ecstasy, Passion & Pain (Musical group)
  • B.T. Express (Musical group)
  • Ohio Players (Musical group)
  • Staple Singers
  • Vandellas (Musical group)
  • Intruders (Musical group)
  • Brighter Side of Darkness
  • Kool & the Gang
  • Labelle (Musical group)
  • Cameo (Musical group)
  • Edwin Hawkins Singers
  • Williams Brothers (Gospel group)
  • Winans (Musical group)
  • Time-Life
Runtime
0
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Soul music
  • African Americans
  • Popular music
  • Rhythm and blues music
  • Rock music
Technique
live action
Label
The best of soul train, DVD producer and editor, Ralph Quatrucci, (DVD videorecording)
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Liner notes by David Nathan
  • Title from disc label
Color
multicolored
Configuration of playback channels
unknown
Contents
  • DVD 1 (ca. 180 min.): Episode 119 (December 14, 1974): That lady (part 1) (Isley Brothers) -- Live it up part 1 (Isley Brothers) -- Summer breeze (part 1) (Isley Brothers) -- Release yourself (Graham Central Station). Episode 142 (May 24, 1975): Can't get enough of your love, babe (Barry White) -- Love's theme (Love Unlimited Orchestra) -- What am I gonna do with you (Barry White) -- You're the first, the last, my everything (Barry White). Episode 89 (February 16, 1974): Come get to this (Marvin Gaye) -- Distant lover (Marvin Gaye) -- Let's get it on (Marvin Gaye). Episode 105 (June 29, 1974): I wanna take you higher (Sly & the Family Stone) -- Mighty mighty (Earth, Wind & Fire) -- Dance to the music (Sly & the Family Stone). Episode 33 (October 7, 1972): I heard it through the grapevine (Gladys Knight & the Pips) -- Back stabbers (The O'Jays). Episode 314 (December 1, 1979): Respect (Aretha Franklin). Episode 56 (April 14, 1973): Rock steady (Aretha Franklin). Bonus material : interviews with Don Cornelius, Smokey Robinson & Brian McKnight
  • DVD 2 (ca. 155 min.): Episode 37 (November 4, 1972): Use me (Bill Withers) -- Lean on me (Bill Withers) -- If you don't know me by now (Harold Melvin and the Blue Notes). Episode 316 (December 15, 1979): Still (Commodores) -- Three times a lady (Commodores) -- Sail on (Commodores). Episode 45 (January 6, 1973): Pusherman (Curtis Mayfield) -- The Cisco Kid (War) -- Everybody plays the fool (The Main Ingredient) -- Superfly (Curtis Mayfield). Episode 49 (February 10, 1973): Get on the good foot part 1 (James Brown) -- Try me (James Brown) -- Get up I feel like being like a sex machine (part 1) (James Brown) -- Super bad (part 1 & part 2) (James Brown). Bonus material : interviews with Don Cornelius, Cuba Gooding, Sr. & Eric Casem
  • DVD 3 (ca. 155 min.): Episode 671 (September 21, 1991): Love train (The O'Jays) -- Medley: My cherie amour/Sir Duke/I wish/These three words (Stevie Wonder). Episode 314 (December 1, 1979): I was made for you (Aretha Franklin) --OOO baby baby (Aretha Franklin and Smokey Robinson) -- Respect (Aretha Franklin). Episode 235 (November 5, 1977): The whole town's laughing at me (Teddy Pendergrass) -- Don't love you anymore (Teddy Pendergrass) -- Brick house (Commodores). Episdoe 207 (January 22, 1977): You'll never find another love like mine (Lou Rawls) -- Love ballad (L.T.D.) -- From now on (Lou Rawls). Epidosde 35 (October 21, 1972): I want you back (The Jackson 5) -- Corner of the sky (The Jackson 5) -- Daddy's home (Jermaine Jackson) -- Lookin' through the windows (The Jackson 5). Bonus material: interviews with Smokey Robinson, Jody Watley & Clarence Avant
  • DVD 4 (ca. 118 min.): Episode 405 (November 27, 1982): A house is not a home (Luther Vandross) -- If this world were mine (Luther Vandross and Cheryl Lynn). Episode 93 (April 13, 1974): Betcha by golly, wow (The Stylistics) -- You make me feel brand new (The Stylistics) -- Lookin' for a love (Bobby Womack) -- Sexy mama (The Moments). Episode 51 (February 24, 1973): I'll be around (Spinners) -- Could it be I'm falling in love (Spinners) -- The world is a ghetto (War). Episode 107 (September 7, 1974): Rock your baby (George McCrae) -- Tell me something good (Rufus) -- Comedy routine (Franklin Ajaye) -- Nothing from nothing (Billy Preston) -- Ballero (War). Episode 26 (March 25, 1972): Fire and water (Wilson Pickett) -- All day music (War) -- Slippin' into darkness (War) -- Don't knock my love pt. 1 (Wilson Pickett)
  • DVD 5 (ca. 113 min.): Episode 11 (December 11, 1971): Mr. Big Stuff (Jean Knight) -- Didn't I (blow your mind this time) (The Delfonics). Episode 12 (December 18, 1971): (For God's sake) Give more power to the people (The Chi-Lites) -- Have you seen her (The Chi-Lites) -- The bells (The Originals) -- I gotcha (Joe Tex). Episode 17 (January 22, 1972): Want ads (The Honey Cone) -- Thin line between love & hate (The Persuaders) -- Scorpio (Dennis Coffey and the Detroit Guitar Band). Episode 52 (March 3, 1973): You ought to be with me (Al Green) -- For the good times (Al Green) -- Love and happiness (Al Green). Episode 25 (March 18, 1972): Oh girl (The Chi-Lites) -- War (Edwin Starr)
  • DVD 6 (ca. 93 min.): Episode 30 (April 22, 1972): I want to take you higher (Ike & Tina Turner) -- I only have eyes for you (Jerry Butler) -- Proud Mary (Ike & Tina Turner). Episode 39 (November 18, 1972): Power of love (Joe Simon) -- Wish that I could talk to you (The Sylvers) -- Me and Mrs. Jones (Billy Paul). Episode 67 (August 11, 1973): Papa was a rollin' stone (The Temptations) -- Ain't no woman (like the one I've got) (Four Tops) -- Love train (The O'Jays). Episode 159 (November 22, 1975): What a diff'rence a day makes (Esther Phillips) -- Bad luck (part 1) (Harold Melvin and the Blue Notes) -- Wake up everybody (part 1) (Harold Melvin and the Blue Notes). Episode 312 (November 17, 1979): The tears of a clown (Smokey Robinson & the Miracles) -- Cruisin' (Smokey Robinson) -- Get ready (Smokey Robinson)
  • DVD 7 (ca. 90 min.): Episode 78 (November 10, 1973): So very hard to go (Tower of Power) -- Yes we can can (Pointer Sisters) -- What is hip? (Tower of Power) -- Put your hands together (The O'Jays). Episode 96 (May 4, 1974): On and on (Gladys Knight & the Pips) -- For the love of money (The O'Jays) -- Neither one of us (wants to be the first to say goodbye) (Gladys Knight & the Pips). Episode 116 (November 9, 1974): Good things don't last forever (Ecstasy, Passion & Pain) -- Kung fu fighting (Carl Douglas) -- Do it ('til you're satisfied) (B.T. Express) -- Skin tight (Ohio Players). Episode 176 (March 20, 1976): Love to love you baby (Donna Summer) -- Livin' for the weekend (The O'Jays) -- Disco lady (Johnny Taylor) -- Dance wit me (Rufus featuring Chaka Khan)
  • DVD 8 (ca. 98 min.): Episode 4 (October 23, 1971): Respect yourself (The Staple Singers) -- Band of gold (Freda Payne) -- Theme from Shaft (Isaac Hayes). Episode 7 (November 13, 1971): Dancing in the street (Martha & the Vandellas) -- Rock steady (Aretha Franklin) -- Cowboys to girls (The Intruders). Episode 47 (January 27, 1973): I can see clearly now (Johnny Nash) -- Love train (The O'Jays) -- Love jones (Brighter Side of Darkness). Episode 86 (January 12, 1974): Funky stuff (Kool & the Gang) -- Jungle boogie (Kool & the Gang). Episode 118 (December 7, 1974): Everlasting love (Carl Carlton) -- Lady Marmalade (LaBelle). Episode 222 (May 17, 1977): Got to give it up (pt. 1) (Marvin Gaye) -- This episode features a basketball game between Don Cornelius and Marvin Gaye, with Smokey Robinson as the official
  • DVD 9 (ca. 33 min.): Highlights from the first Soul Train Music Awards (March 23, 1987): Word up (Cameo) -- You give good love (Whitney Houston) -- Medley: My cherie amour/You are the sunshine of my life/All in love is fair/I just called to say I love you (Luther Vandross and Dionne Warwick) -- That's what friends are for (Dionne Warwick, Stevie Wonder, Luther Vandross, Whitney Houston) -- So amazing (Luther Vandross) -- Oh Mary don't you weep (Vanessa Bell Armstrong, Andraé Crouch, Sandra Crouch, Shirley Caesar, Tramaine Hawkins, Edwin Hawkins and the Edwin Hawkins Singers, The Williams Brothers, Cissy Houston, The Winans)
Dimensions
4 3/4 in.
Dimensions
other
Extent
9 videodiscs (ca. 17 hr. 15 min.)
Medium for sound
videodisc
Other control number
610583390292
Other physical details
sd., col.
Publisher number
25400-Z (set)
Sound on medium or separate
sound on medium
Specific material designation
videodisc
System control number
  • (OCoLC)ocn641595437
  • (OCoLC)641595437
  • 760997
System details
DVD; Dolby digital
Video recording format
DVD
Label
The best of soul train, DVD producer and editor, Ralph Quatrucci, (DVD videorecording)
Publication
Note
  • Liner notes by David Nathan
  • Title from disc label
Color
multicolored
Configuration of playback channels
unknown
Contents
  • DVD 1 (ca. 180 min.): Episode 119 (December 14, 1974): That lady (part 1) (Isley Brothers) -- Live it up part 1 (Isley Brothers) -- Summer breeze (part 1) (Isley Brothers) -- Release yourself (Graham Central Station). Episode 142 (May 24, 1975): Can't get enough of your love, babe (Barry White) -- Love's theme (Love Unlimited Orchestra) -- What am I gonna do with you (Barry White) -- You're the first, the last, my everything (Barry White). Episode 89 (February 16, 1974): Come get to this (Marvin Gaye) -- Distant lover (Marvin Gaye) -- Let's get it on (Marvin Gaye). Episode 105 (June 29, 1974): I wanna take you higher (Sly & the Family Stone) -- Mighty mighty (Earth, Wind & Fire) -- Dance to the music (Sly & the Family Stone). Episode 33 (October 7, 1972): I heard it through the grapevine (Gladys Knight & the Pips) -- Back stabbers (The O'Jays). Episode 314 (December 1, 1979): Respect (Aretha Franklin). Episode 56 (April 14, 1973): Rock steady (Aretha Franklin). Bonus material : interviews with Don Cornelius, Smokey Robinson & Brian McKnight
  • DVD 2 (ca. 155 min.): Episode 37 (November 4, 1972): Use me (Bill Withers) -- Lean on me (Bill Withers) -- If you don't know me by now (Harold Melvin and the Blue Notes). Episode 316 (December 15, 1979): Still (Commodores) -- Three times a lady (Commodores) -- Sail on (Commodores). Episode 45 (January 6, 1973): Pusherman (Curtis Mayfield) -- The Cisco Kid (War) -- Everybody plays the fool (The Main Ingredient) -- Superfly (Curtis Mayfield). Episode 49 (February 10, 1973): Get on the good foot part 1 (James Brown) -- Try me (James Brown) -- Get up I feel like being like a sex machine (part 1) (James Brown) -- Super bad (part 1 & part 2) (James Brown). Bonus material : interviews with Don Cornelius, Cuba Gooding, Sr. & Eric Casem
  • DVD 3 (ca. 155 min.): Episode 671 (September 21, 1991): Love train (The O'Jays) -- Medley: My cherie amour/Sir Duke/I wish/These three words (Stevie Wonder). Episode 314 (December 1, 1979): I was made for you (Aretha Franklin) --OOO baby baby (Aretha Franklin and Smokey Robinson) -- Respect (Aretha Franklin). Episode 235 (November 5, 1977): The whole town's laughing at me (Teddy Pendergrass) -- Don't love you anymore (Teddy Pendergrass) -- Brick house (Commodores). Episdoe 207 (January 22, 1977): You'll never find another love like mine (Lou Rawls) -- Love ballad (L.T.D.) -- From now on (Lou Rawls). Epidosde 35 (October 21, 1972): I want you back (The Jackson 5) -- Corner of the sky (The Jackson 5) -- Daddy's home (Jermaine Jackson) -- Lookin' through the windows (The Jackson 5). Bonus material: interviews with Smokey Robinson, Jody Watley & Clarence Avant
  • DVD 4 (ca. 118 min.): Episode 405 (November 27, 1982): A house is not a home (Luther Vandross) -- If this world were mine (Luther Vandross and Cheryl Lynn). Episode 93 (April 13, 1974): Betcha by golly, wow (The Stylistics) -- You make me feel brand new (The Stylistics) -- Lookin' for a love (Bobby Womack) -- Sexy mama (The Moments). Episode 51 (February 24, 1973): I'll be around (Spinners) -- Could it be I'm falling in love (Spinners) -- The world is a ghetto (War). Episode 107 (September 7, 1974): Rock your baby (George McCrae) -- Tell me something good (Rufus) -- Comedy routine (Franklin Ajaye) -- Nothing from nothing (Billy Preston) -- Ballero (War). Episode 26 (March 25, 1972): Fire and water (Wilson Pickett) -- All day music (War) -- Slippin' into darkness (War) -- Don't knock my love pt. 1 (Wilson Pickett)
  • DVD 5 (ca. 113 min.): Episode 11 (December 11, 1971): Mr. Big Stuff (Jean Knight) -- Didn't I (blow your mind this time) (The Delfonics). Episode 12 (December 18, 1971): (For God's sake) Give more power to the people (The Chi-Lites) -- Have you seen her (The Chi-Lites) -- The bells (The Originals) -- I gotcha (Joe Tex). Episode 17 (January 22, 1972): Want ads (The Honey Cone) -- Thin line between love & hate (The Persuaders) -- Scorpio (Dennis Coffey and the Detroit Guitar Band). Episode 52 (March 3, 1973): You ought to be with me (Al Green) -- For the good times (Al Green) -- Love and happiness (Al Green). Episode 25 (March 18, 1972): Oh girl (The Chi-Lites) -- War (Edwin Starr)
  • DVD 6 (ca. 93 min.): Episode 30 (April 22, 1972): I want to take you higher (Ike & Tina Turner) -- I only have eyes for you (Jerry Butler) -- Proud Mary (Ike & Tina Turner). Episode 39 (November 18, 1972): Power of love (Joe Simon) -- Wish that I could talk to you (The Sylvers) -- Me and Mrs. Jones (Billy Paul). Episode 67 (August 11, 1973): Papa was a rollin' stone (The Temptations) -- Ain't no woman (like the one I've got) (Four Tops) -- Love train (The O'Jays). Episode 159 (November 22, 1975): What a diff'rence a day makes (Esther Phillips) -- Bad luck (part 1) (Harold Melvin and the Blue Notes) -- Wake up everybody (part 1) (Harold Melvin and the Blue Notes). Episode 312 (November 17, 1979): The tears of a clown (Smokey Robinson & the Miracles) -- Cruisin' (Smokey Robinson) -- Get ready (Smokey Robinson)
  • DVD 7 (ca. 90 min.): Episode 78 (November 10, 1973): So very hard to go (Tower of Power) -- Yes we can can (Pointer Sisters) -- What is hip? (Tower of Power) -- Put your hands together (The O'Jays). Episode 96 (May 4, 1974): On and on (Gladys Knight & the Pips) -- For the love of money (The O'Jays) -- Neither one of us (wants to be the first to say goodbye) (Gladys Knight & the Pips). Episode 116 (November 9, 1974): Good things don't last forever (Ecstasy, Passion & Pain) -- Kung fu fighting (Carl Douglas) -- Do it ('til you're satisfied) (B.T. Express) -- Skin tight (Ohio Players). Episode 176 (March 20, 1976): Love to love you baby (Donna Summer) -- Livin' for the weekend (The O'Jays) -- Disco lady (Johnny Taylor) -- Dance wit me (Rufus featuring Chaka Khan)
  • DVD 8 (ca. 98 min.): Episode 4 (October 23, 1971): Respect yourself (The Staple Singers) -- Band of gold (Freda Payne) -- Theme from Shaft (Isaac Hayes). Episode 7 (November 13, 1971): Dancing in the street (Martha & the Vandellas) -- Rock steady (Aretha Franklin) -- Cowboys to girls (The Intruders). Episode 47 (January 27, 1973): I can see clearly now (Johnny Nash) -- Love train (The O'Jays) -- Love jones (Brighter Side of Darkness). Episode 86 (January 12, 1974): Funky stuff (Kool & the Gang) -- Jungle boogie (Kool & the Gang). Episode 118 (December 7, 1974): Everlasting love (Carl Carlton) -- Lady Marmalade (LaBelle). Episode 222 (May 17, 1977): Got to give it up (pt. 1) (Marvin Gaye) -- This episode features a basketball game between Don Cornelius and Marvin Gaye, with Smokey Robinson as the official
  • DVD 9 (ca. 33 min.): Highlights from the first Soul Train Music Awards (March 23, 1987): Word up (Cameo) -- You give good love (Whitney Houston) -- Medley: My cherie amour/You are the sunshine of my life/All in love is fair/I just called to say I love you (Luther Vandross and Dionne Warwick) -- That's what friends are for (Dionne Warwick, Stevie Wonder, Luther Vandross, Whitney Houston) -- So amazing (Luther Vandross) -- Oh Mary don't you weep (Vanessa Bell Armstrong, Andraé Crouch, Sandra Crouch, Shirley Caesar, Tramaine Hawkins, Edwin Hawkins and the Edwin Hawkins Singers, The Williams Brothers, Cissy Houston, The Winans)
Dimensions
4 3/4 in.
Dimensions
other
Extent
9 videodiscs (ca. 17 hr. 15 min.)
Medium for sound
videodisc
Other control number
610583390292
Other physical details
sd., col.
Publisher number
25400-Z (set)
Sound on medium or separate
sound on medium
Specific material designation
videodisc
System control number
  • (OCoLC)ocn641595437
  • (OCoLC)641595437
  • 760997
System details
DVD; Dolby digital
Video recording format
DVD

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