Soul To Soul was a concert festival for Ghanas 14th Independence Day on March 6, 1971 at the Black Star Square in Accra. An array of mostly American r&b, soul, rock, and jazz musicians like Wilson Picket, Santana, Roberta Flack, The Staple Singers and Ike & Tina Turner were invited to participate in this event. The concert was later released for cinemas, on home video and selected performances on the soundtrack album.

Producer: Tom Dowd  (Album) / Richard Bock, Tom Mosk (Movie)
Director: Danes Sanders
Photographer: Dennis Stock, Magnum & David Grosten
Design: Loring Eutemey
Release: August 1971 (Movie) / 1971 (Album, Video) / 2004 (DVD)
Label: Atlantic (Album) / Rhino (DVD)
Format: Vinyl (gatefold) / CD / VHS / DVD 
Time: 95 Min. (Movie)

Soundtrack (Vinyl)
  1. Soul To Soul (Live) 4:21
  2. Written by Bob Burchman, Neil Seidel / Produced by Tom Dowd / Promo release in 1971
  3. I Smell Trouble (Live) 6:56
  4. Written by Robey / Produced by Tom Dowd
Soundtrack (CD)
  1. Soul To Soul (Live) 4:21
  2. Written by Bob Burchman, Neil Seidel / Produced by Tom Dowd
  3. Ooh Poo Pah Doo (Live) 3:20
  4. Written by Jesse Hill / Produced by D. Peck, J. Kanis
  5. I Smell Trouble (Live) 6:56
  6. Written by Robey / Produced by Tom Dowd
7“ Vinyl Promo
  1. Soul To Soul (Stereo Live Edit) 2:45
  2. Soul To Soul (Mono Live Edit) 2:45
Program Book (Japan)

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Gallery

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Video (DVD)
  1. Soul To Soul (Live) 3:08
  2. Written by Bob Burchman, Neil Seidel
  3. Ooh Poo Pah Doo (Live) 1:39
  4. Written by Jesse Hill
  5. River Deep, Mountain High (Live) 3:15
  6. Written by Phil Spector, Jeff Barry, Ellie Greenwich
  7. I Smell Trouble (Live) 6:56
  8. Written by Robey
  9. I’ve Been Loving You Too Long (Live) 5:45
  10. Written by Otis Redding, J. Butler
    Bonus Content:
  1. Photo Gallery
  2. Commentary Tracks
  3. 24-page Booklet

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