Soul Train: Season 2, Episode 29

The Manhattans/Lyn Collins/Lee Auston (5 May 1973)

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The Manhattans perform "There's No me Without You" and "Back Up". Lyn Collins performs "Fly me to the Moon" and "Never Gonna Give it Up". Lee Auston performs "Gimme Your Hand" and "Real Woman".

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Episode credited cast:
Gerald Alston ...
Guest (as The Manhattans)
Lee Auston ...
Guest
Edward 'Sonny' Bivins ...
Guest (as The Manhattans)
...
Himself
Lyn Collins ...
Guest
Pat Davis ...
Dancer
Kenneth Kelley ...
Guest (as The Manhattans)
Winfred 'Blue' Lovett ...
Guest (as The Manhattans)
The Manhattans ...
Themselves
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The Manhattans perform "There's No me Without You" and "Back Up". Lyn Collins performs "Fly me to the Moon" and "Never Gonna Give it Up". Lee Auston performs "Gimme Your Hand" and "Real Woman".

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