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- 21st Century: Tricks are made for kids.
- Tapes Lost to Time: Chicago Stories
- Don Cornelius: made Soul a household name.
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- a Paper Record Player.....
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- Pat and Pam: sisters in soul.
- Do you Remember how to do the Camel Walk?
- Hi-Fi White: Foodstamps, Bulldogs, and Hollywood
- Billy Butler: Brotherly Soul
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