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Soul Train: Salute to Aretha Franklin

Soul Train celebrates the career of Aretha Franklin.
Performances include:
Aretha Franklin - "Ladies Only"
Aretha Franklin - "I Was Made for You"
Aretha Franklin and Smokey Robinson - "Ooo Baby Baby" duet.
Plus, The Soul Train Gang dances to Aretha's classic hits including "Respect."


Episode Info


Episode number: 9x12
Airdate: Saturday December 01st, 1979

Director: (Unknown)
Writer: (Unknown)


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Guest Stars
Aretha FranklinAretha Franklin
As Herself
Recurring
Smokey RobinsonSmokey Robinson
As Himself
Recurring

Recap

Opening Theme ("Soul Train '78" by the Hollywood Disco Jazz Band)
1st Song, on record, Dancers: "Slippery When Wet" (1975)
2nd Song, on record, Dancers: "Sweet Love" (1975)
Soul Train History Book: "Machine Gun" (from ST #121, 28-Dec-1974)
Performance: "Wonderland"
Don interviews Benny Ashburn and introduces the members of the Commodores
Performance: "Still"
3rd Song, on record, Dancers: "Brick House" (1977)
Performance: "Three Times a Lady"
Soul Train Line Song: "Too Hot to Trot" (1977)
Performance: "Sail On"
Closing credits..

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