Synopsis by Nathan Southern
Super Soul Legends offers a filmed record of a live soul concert , staged and performed in 1996 by The Pacific Concert Group in Hollywood, California. In this once-in-a-lifetime event, nine the most electrifying soul and r&b acts from the sixties and seventies appear back to back on one stage, covering twenty-two of their most noteworthy songs. Featured here are the legendary: Bloodstone, performing "You're Still a Young Man," "Natural High" and "We Go a Long Way Back"; Barbara Lewis, performing her classics "Hello Stranger" and "Baby I'm Yours"; Gene 'The Duke of Earl' Chandler, performing his signature track, plus "Rockin' Robin", "Daddy's Home" and "Rainbow"; Deniece Williams, performing "God is Amazing," "Silly," "Let's Hear it for the Boy" and "It's Gonna Take a Miracle"; The Manhattans, performing "Shining Star" and "Kiss and say Goodbye"; Sly Slick and Wicked, performing "Somebody Please," "Thin Line Between Love and Hate" and "Confessin' a Feelin'"; One Way, performing "Cutie Pie"; The Delfonics, performing "Didn't I Blow Your Mind" and "La La Means I Love You," and The Mad Lads, performing "You Don't Have to Shop Around." As an added bonus, the release features rare artist interviews and photographs.