It's always a pleasure to find something that matters.
Love, peace and soul.
When you come up with a good idea, you don't have to do a whole lot. The idea does it for you.
Almost all of what I learned about mounting and hosting a dance show I learned from Dick Clark.
I always felt a love for music, but I never got my nerve up enough to try a musical instrument in school.
People who dance well, dress well, are well groomed and know how to behave seem to know others who dance, dress and behave well.
There was no match for Barry White. His music is just going to live forever. It's not limited to disco or soul or hip-hop or anything.
The 'Soul Train' legacy and brand are of the utmost importance to me and to 'Soul Train's' millions of fans. After years of offers, I feel the time is now finally right to pass the torch.
I am just convinced that people want to see people on TV who are more like themselves.
I figured as long as the music stayed hot and important and good, that there would always be a reason for 'Soul Train.'
I had difficulty working for other people.
I was never exposed to a great deal of racism, but the Chicago I grew up in was very, very segregated.
My father worked real hard. I admired him. My father taught me you needed to work with your brain and not your back. I've made that a passion.
Nobody really invents anything that hasn't been done before.
The '70s and '80s were just the period during which the best soul music was created and the best records were done.
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