Soul!

Al Green
Soul!

Al Green

Highlights feature guest Al Green singing "Let's Stay Together" and author Verta Mae Grosvenor reading form her latest book, Thursdays and Every Other Sunday Off.

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Wherever We May Be
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Wherever We May Be

Stokely Carmichael, the revolutionary leader who created and promulgated the now historic cry of "Black Power", talks of his current plans that will bring Blacks together on this episode of Soul!

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Gladys Knight and the Pips
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Gladys Knight and the Pips

One of the great Motown acts of the past several years headlines the show, performing the hit, "I Heard It through the Grapevine", and other selections.

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Belafonte/Nelson/Poitier
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Belafonte/Nelson/Poitier

Sidney Poitier and Harry Belafonte discuss their new film, Buck and the Preacher, as well as other topics, interrupted by interludes of song by Novella Nelson, Broadway star, artistic and creative director of New York's Shakespeare Festival Public Theater.

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Bill Withers/Mae Jackson
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Bill Withers/Mae Jackson

Featured guest Bill Withers sings hit single, "Ain't No Sunshine" and other selections from his album, Just As I Am. In another segment, young poetess Mae Jackson reads from her own works.

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Elements
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Elements

Guests include Tony Award-winning singer Linda Hopkins and the musical group Earth, Wind & Fire.

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If You Don't Know Me By Now
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If You Don't Know Me By Now

Guests include popular singing group Harold Melvin and the Blue Notes, singer Esther Marrow, and Ida Lewis, editor of Encore magazine.

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Mandrill/LaBelle
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Mandrill/LaBelle

Mrs. Georgia Jackson, mother of slain Soledad Brother George Jackson, is interviewed by producer- Ellis Haizlip. Other show features include the exciting Latin-jazz sounds of seven man combo, Mandrill and the rhythm and blues of LaBelle (Formerly Patti LaBelle and the Bluebells)

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Merry Clayton/Rev. Jesse Jackson
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Merry Clayton/Rev. Jesse Jackson

Merry Clayton, top back-up singer who emerged a star, sings "Grandma's Hands", "Southern Man" and other numbers. The Reverend Jesse Jackson also talks with host Ellis Haizlip about his newly formed organization, People United to Save Humanity (PUSH).

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Miriam Makeba/Muhammad Ali
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Miriam Makeba/Muhammad Ali

Former heavyweight boxing champion Muhammad Ali, South African born singer Miriam Makeba and a three-man vocal group called the Delfonics, share the spotlight with guest-host Nikki Giovanni, who opens the show with her "Kidnap Poem".

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