I’ve felt nostalgic lately. Not sure, but it’s something like this….
Could it be I’m falling in love? I don’t know. (*waves to BP*)
Could it be?
I’m just feeling nostalgic.
So, in the 70’s was a boon of fantastic R&B music. I spent my Saturday mornings watching Soul Train and wishing I could go there and dance along the dancing line.
You don’t have to watch this entire montage (It’s a whopping hour plus long), but enjoy breezing through this dance line compilation. Clothes, dance moves and all the fun music made this a show worth watching. Not to mention, the incredible Don Cornelius.
Anyhoo, onto this….
My all time favorite singer had multiple hits in the 70’s, Roberta Flack. I can never get enough of her smooth vocals. She tempered her songs with emotion and control that left you holding your breath. What a gorgeous voice!
This song could melt any heart. When Roberta Flack paired with Donny Hathaway you had the first power couple.
You getting chills? This is perfect for a relaxing Sunday.
What’s funny? I used to sing Donny Hathaway’s part of the song. Haha I have a low alto to high tenor voice. I could never have that kind of control that the beautiful Ms. Flack had, but I could do the male persona to a beautiful woman. 😉
I hope I put you in a great nostalgic mood. I’m going to go listen to one of my other all-time favorite songs from the 70’s R&B land, When Will I See You Again by Three Degrees.
Enjoy people of the world. Get on board, the Sooooooooouuuuuuuuulllllll Train! Whoo!
This is a just a short visit to some of my favorite songs. There are so many, I could never place them all here. I posted my most favorite of favorites and hope you all take the links and continue breezing through and feeling nostalgic too.
So, let’s take a visit to the history and grandeur of Soul Train.
I hope you all enjoyed me showing you this little snippet of most of my childhood in the 70’s. I was glued to this show on TV as a young teen.
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In the words of Don Cornelius, “I wish you love, and peace, and soul!” Mwah! 😀