So many souls have left the material world to zoom through the universe and into the cosmos. Enjoy the sweet voice of radio jock Bob Holmes on Soul Zodiac by the Cannonball Adderly and Nat Adderley Quintet, ponder over the incredible Carlos Garnett's Mystery of Ages, massage your ears with Sons and Daughters of the Light's Let the Sun Shine In; feast on a healthy bowl of The Daktaris' Voodoo Soul Stew; take in the clever spoken vocals of Eddie Jefferson's version of Chameleon; croon along like Obama with Al Green's I Can't Get Next to You. Get funky with Brooklyn Funk Essentials' version of The Creator Has a Master Plan. And if you feel it in your gut, you got to move your butt to Jimmy Castor's E-Man Groovin and Space Age. Take your booty shake up a notch with J-Boogie's Dubtronic Science ft Pimps of Joytime (hyperlink this to their interview on AIR) on the Hot Toddy remix of Go to Work. To roll out the Love, Peace and Soul set, it's Captain Planet's Get You Some remixed by Aphrololo. Love to Gil Scott Heron and Jimmy Castor and to the amazing Don Corneli-us, bringing 'us' all together for that Soul Train line dance for 35 years! The longest running show in TV history, Love, Peace and Soul!