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Love Train: The Sound of Philadelphia

This program dynamically captures the live power of one of the most popular styles of music, featuring some of the recognizable songs ever written. Sunday, November 30th 9:30 p.m. KUAT6-HD

This two-part program (this is the debut of part one) chronicles the “sound” that put Philadelphia’s music on the international map, and features many of the beloved original artists who created it.

The O'Jays
The O’Jays

A cornerstone event in Legacy Recordings’ monumental Philly Soul reissue project, LOVE TRAIN: THE SOUND OF PHILADELPHIA was filmed during a historic live concert showcasing some of the greatest music and musicians in the Philadelphia International Records catalog, including the O’Jays, Harold Melvin’s Blue Notes, Russell Thompkins Jr. and the New Stylistics, the Delfonics, the Intruders, Jerry Butler, Bunny Sigler, Three Degrees, the Soul Survivors, Jean Carne, G.C. Cameron and the Sound of Philadelphia Orchestra (TSOP).

The Soul Survivors
The Soul Survivors

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Watch it Sunday, November 30th at 9:30 p.m. on KUAT6-HD

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