Soul Train: Season 9, Episode 27

Jermaine Jackson/Dramatics (24 May 1980)

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1st dance = "From 9:00 Until" by Lakeside [ #44 R&B ]. 2nd dance = "Got To Be Enough" by Con Funk Shun [ #8 R&B ]. 3rd dance = "Funkytown" by Lipps Inc [ #1 Pop & Disco / #2 R&B ]. 1st ... See full summary »

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1st dance = "From 9:00 Until" by Lakeside [ #44 R&B ]. 2nd dance = "Got To Be Enough" by Con Funk Shun [ #8 R&B ]. 3rd dance = "Funkytown" by Lipps Inc [ #1 Pop & Disco / #2 R&B ]. 1st lip-sync = "Welcome Back Home" by The Dramatics [ #9 R&B ]. Dance Routine by Patricia & K.C. to "Love Injection" by Trussel [ #11 Disco / #23 R&B ]. 4th dance = "Twilight Zone/Twilight Tone" by Manhatten Transfer [ #4 Disco / #30 Pop / Never charted R&B ]. 5th dance was unidentified. 2nd lip-sync = "Let's Get Serious" by Jermaine Jackson [ #1 R&B ]. 6th dance = "Landlord" by Gladys Knight & The Pips [ #3 R&B ]. 3rd lip-sync = "Be With The One You Love" by The Dramatics [ #79 R&B ]. Line Dance to "Don't Push It, Don't Force It" by Leon Haywood [ #2 R&B ]. 4th lip-sync = "You're Supposed To Keep Your Love For Me" by Jermaine Jackson [ #32 R&B ]. Written by Keith Alexander

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