Top positive review
Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on October 25, 2013
This book was worth the wait and well put together. I enjoyed reading it and looking at all of the pictures. This book has information on Don Cornelius and the artists, dancers, and others who have been involved with Soul Train. The typographical errors are minimal.(That appears to be Bunny Sigler on page 98, not Joe Tex, with Damita Jo Freeman.)This does not take away from the overall layout of the book, which is pleasing to look at. It does a great job with just focusing on the history of the show as it relates to music and culture, which helps to highlight how Soul Train has broken many barriers in television and in music. The only thing that I question is the lack of information about the later years of first-run Soul Train episodes (1993-2006). Then again, Questlove probably wanted to keep this a positive book about Soul Train. Good job, Questlove!