Soul Train - Season 5

(ended 2006)




Episode Guide

  • The 5th Dimension/ The Brothers Johnson/ Pat Lundy
    The 5th Dimension - "Love Hangover" and "Will You Be There?"
    The Brothers Johnson - "I'll Be Good to You" (and possibly "Get the Funk Out of My Face")
    Pat Lundy - "Ain't No Pity in the Naked City" (and possibly "Lady Has Arrived")
  • Rufus/ The Checkmates/ The Booty People

    Rufus featuring Chaka Khan - "Fool's Paradise," "Dance with Me" and "Jive Talkin'."

    Checkmates, Ltd. - "All Alone by the Telephone" and "Body Language."

    Booty People - "Spirit of '76."

  • Archie Bell & the Drells/ Brass Construction

    Archie Bell & the Drells - "Let's Go Disco" & "I Could Dance All Night"
    Brass Construction - "Changin'" and "Moving"
  • Billy Paul / The Trammps

    Billy Paul - "When Love Is New," "People Power" and "Let's Make A Baby."

    The Trammps - "That's Where the Happy People Go" and "Hold Back the Night."

  • The Delfonics / D.J. Rogers / Marilyn McCoo and Billy Davis Jr.

    The Delfonics - "This Time, This Time," "The Phoney," and "I've Got Everything (I Ever Wanted In You)."

    D.J. Rogers - "(It's Alright Now) Think I'll Make It Anyhow" and "Say You Love Me."

    Marilyn McCoo and Billy Davis, Jr. - "I Hope We Get to Love on Time."

  • Kool & The Gang/ Ashford & Simpson/ Ronnie McNeir

    Kool and the Gang - "Love And Understanding (Come Together)" and "Sugar"

    Ashford & Simpson - "Tell It All" and "Somebody Told A Lie"

    Ronnie McNeir - "I'm Your Lover" and "Sagittarian Affair"

  • The Dramatics/ Dorothy Moore/ Leon Thomas
    The Dramatics - "I Was the Life of the Party"
    Dorothy Moore - "Misty Blue"
    Leon Thomas - "Thank You Baby"
  • The Supremes / Al Wilson / Ossie Davis (cameo)

    The Supremes - "I'm Gonna Let My Heart do the Walking," "Don't Let My Teardrops Bother You" and "You're What's Missing In My Life"

    Al Wilson - "Show and Tell" and "I've Got a Feeling (We'll Be Seeing Each Other Again)"

    Ossie Davis (actor, making a cameo appearance)

  • Donna Summer/ Johnnie Taylor

    Donna Summer - "Love to Love You Baby" and "Could It be Magic"

    Johnnie Taylor - "Somebody's Gettin' It," "Disco Lady" & "Running Out Of Lies"

  • Eddie Kendricks/ The Temprees

    Eddie Kendricks - "Chains," "He's a Friend" and "Never Gonna Leave  You."

    The Temprees - "I Found Love On A Disco Floor" and "There Ain't A Dream Been Dreamed."

  • Wilson Pickett / Betty Wright / The Modulations

    Wilson Pickett - "The Best Part of a Man" and "Love Will Keep Us Together."
    Betty Wright - "Slip And Do It" and "Everybody Was Rockin'."
    The Modulations - "Worth Your Weight in Gold."
  • Joe Tex / The Chi-Lites / Tom Dreesen
    Joe Tex - "Have You Ever?" and "Baby, It's Rainin'."
    The Chi-Lites - "The Devil Is Doing His Work" and "It's Time for Love."
    Tom Dreesen (comedian)
  • The Commodores/ George McCrae
    The Commodores - "Sweet Love" and "Slippery when Wet."
    George McCrae - "I Ain't Lyin' " and "Honey I (I'll Live My Life for You)."
  • The Jimmy Castor Bunch / Leon Haywood / South Shore Commission
    Jimmy Castor Bunch - "King Kong, Part 1" and "A Groove Will Make You Move."
    Leon Haywood - "Just Your Fool" and "Come and Get Yourself Some."
    Southshore Commission - "We're on the Right Track" and "Train Called Freedom."
  • Bill Withers / The Soul Train Gang
    Bill Withers - "Sometimes a Song" and "I Wish You Well."
    The Soul Train Gang - "Searchin' for Another Love" and "Soul Train '75"
  • The Dells / Bloodstone
    The Dells - "Power of Love," "We Gotta Get Our Thing Together" and "Strike Up the Band." Bloodstone - "Give Me Your Heart" and "Hooray For Romance."
  • The Jackson 5 / Michael Jackson

    Michael Jackson - "Just A Little Bit Of You," "One Day In Your Life" & "We've Got Forever"

    The Jackson Five - "Forever Came Today" & "All I Do Is Think Of You"

  • The Staple Singers/ Bobby Womack
    The Staple Singers - "Let's Do It Again," "Funky Love" and "Whole Lot of Love."
    Bobby Womack - "Where There's a Will, There's a Way" and "Daylight."
  • The Temptations/ Edwin Starr

    Edwin Starr - "Stay with Me" and "Abyssinia Jones."
    The Temptations - "Glasshouse," "Darling Stand By Me," "Keep Holding On" and "Shakey Ground."

  • David Bowie/ Faith, Hope and Charity/ Jeff Perry

    David Bowie - "Golden Years" and "Fame"

    Faith, Hope and Charity - "Don't Go Looking For Love" and "To Each His Own"

    Jeff Perry - "Love Don't Come No Stronger (Than Yours and Mine)"

  • Billy Preston/ The Sylvers
    Billy Preston - "That's Life," "Do It While You Can" and "Fancy Lady"
    The Sylvers - "Free Style" and "Boogie Fever"
  • Freda Payne/ The Whispers

    The Whispers - "Little Red Riding Hood" and "In Love Forever."
    Freda Payne - "You," "I Hear Rumors" and "Seems So Long."
  • Rufus feat. Chaka Khan / David Ruffin

    Rufus featuring Chaka Khan - "Sweet Thing," "Fool's Paradise" and a medley ("Dance Wit Me," "Ooh I Like Your Loving" & "Have a Good Time").

    David Ruffin - "Wild Honey" and "Walk Away From Love."

  • Average White Band / The Undisputed Truth

    The Undisputed Truth - "Ma" & "Boogie Bump Boogie."

    Average White Band (live performances) - "Cut The Cake," "Person To Person" and "School Boy Crush."
  • The Miracles / Poison / Quincy Jones

    The Miracles - "Do It Baby" and "Love Machine."
    Poison - "Let Me Lay My Funk on You."
    Quincy Jones featuring the Brothers Johnson - "Tryin' To Find Out About You" and "Is It Love That We're Missing."

  • Harold Melvin & the Blue Notes / Esther Phillips
    Harold Melvin and the Blue Notes - "To Be True," "Bad Luck, Pt. 1," "You Know How to Make Me Feel So Good" and "Wake up Everybody, Pt. 1."
    Esther Phillips - "What a Diff'rence a Day Makes" and "You're Coming Home."
    Renee Crutcher, winner of Hal Jackson's Miss U.S. Talented Teen Pageant, makes a cameo appearance.
  • War/ The Main Ingredient

    Main Ingredient - "Over You" and "Shame On The World"
    War (live performances) - "Southern Part of Texas," "Low Rider," and "Smile Happy"
    War (music video) - "Why Can't We Be Friends"
  • The Spinners/ Merry Clayton

    Merry Clayton - "One More Ride" and "Keep Your Eye On The Sparrow"
    The Spinners - "I've Got To Make It On My Own," "Sadie," "Games People Play (They Just Can't Stop It)" and "Love Don't Love Nobody"

  • Ramsey Lewis / Leslie Uggams / The Fantastic Four

    Leslie Uggams - "I Was the Life of the Party" and "I Want To Make It Easy for You."
    The Fantastic Four - "Alvin Stone (The Birth and Death Of A Gangster)."
    Ramsey Lewis - "Don't It Feel Good?" "That's The Way of the World" and "What's The Name Of This Funk (Spider Man)."

  • Minnie Riperton / 21st Century / Lawrence Hilton-Jacobs (cameo)

    Minnie Riperton - "When It Comes Down to It," "Inside My Love" and "Simple Things."

    21st Century - "Child" and "Remember the Rain."

    Also, an appearance by actor Lawrence Hilton-Jacobs, who plays Freddie 'Boom Boom' Washington on "Welcome Back, Kotter."

  • LaBelle / Creative Source

    LaBelle - "Cosmic Dancer," "Good Intentions," "Slow Burn" and "Messin' With My Mind."
    Creative Source - "Pass the Feeling On" and "Sincerely."

  • The O'Jays/ Little Milton

    The O'Jays - "How Time Flies" (live), "Give The People What They Want" (live),"Survival" (live), and "Let Me Make Love To You" (live).
    Little Milton - "If You Talk In Your Sleep" and "Packed Up And Took My Mind."

  • The Pointer Sisters / B.T. Express / Ralph Carter

    The Pointer Sisters - "Going Down Slowly," "How Long (Betcha Got a Chick on the Side)" and "Sleeping Alone." B.T. Express - "Peace Pipe" and "Give It What you Got." Ralph Carter - "When You're Young and in Love."
  • Eddie Kendricks/ Tavares/ Paul Mooney

    Eddie Kendricks - "Get the Cream off the Top", "Happy" and "If Anyone Can."

    Tavares - "It Only Takes a Minute" and "Free Ride."

    Paul Mooney (comedian)

  • The Impressions/ Rance Allen Group/ Soul Train Dance Contest

    The Impressions - "Same Thing It Took" and "Sooner or Later."
    The Rance Allen Group - "Ain’t No Need of Crying" and "I Give My All To You."

    Don Cornelius announces the winners of the dance contest.
    The first place winners are Anthony Joe Wright and Cheryl Quarles of Detroit.
    In second place: Donna Allen and Willie Kearney of Tampa, Florida.
    And, in third place, Lorene Bonds and James Bryant of Memphis, Tennessee.

  • New Birth / Blue Magic / Bobby Moore
    New Birth - "Grandaddy," "Dream Merchant" and "Forever"
    Blue Magic - "Chasing Rainbows" and "Spell"
    Bobby Moore - "Call Me Your Anything Man"
  • Joe Simon/ Millie Jackson/ Choice Four

    Joe Simon - "Get Down, Get Down (Get on the Floor)" and "Music In My Bones."
    Millie Jackson - "Loving Arms" and "You Can't Stand the Thought."
    Choice Four - "When You're Young and in Love."

  • Johnny Bristol / Donald Byrd & The Blackbyrds
    Johnny Bristol - "Love Takes Tears" & "Leave My World."
    The Blackbyrds - "Flying High."
    Donald Byrd and The Blackbyrds -"Walkin' in Rhythm," "Stepping into Tomorrow" and "Rock and Roll Again."
  • The Supremes/ Willie Hutch

    The Supremes "This is Why I Believe in You", "Where Is it I Belong," "Early Morning Love" & "He's My Man."
    Willie Hutch "Love Power" & "Party Down"
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