By Christopher P. Lehman
the 1st chapters concentrate on 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 express rose gradually in either recognition and cultural impact between essentially African American audience, and the way Cornelius himself grew to become a emerging superstar in the course of that point. the ultimate chapters illustrate Cornelius’s efforts in branching out past the dance exhibit via quite a few music-related enterprise ventures, together with the Soul teach track Awards. The paintings comprises interviews with a number of former forged individuals and visitors, besides an entire chronology of the sequence and Cornelius’s different expert ventures.
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