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Albert King: The Lost Session
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produced by John Mayall, 1933-; performed by Albert King, 1923-1992, John Mayall, 1933-, Larry Taylor, 1942-, Ron Selico, fl. 1962, Lee King, fl. 1971, Clifford Solomon, 1931-2004, Ernie Watts, 1945- and Blue Mitchell, 1930-1979 (Stax Records, 1986), 48 mins
produced by John Mayall, 1933-; performed by Albert King, 1923-1992, John Mayall, 1933-, Larry Taylor, 1942-, Ron Selico, fl. 1962, Lee King, fl. 1971, Clifford Solomon, 1931-2004, Ernie Watts, 1945- and Blue Mitchell, 1930-1979 (Stax Records, 1986), 48 mins
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Billy Eckstine: Stormy/Feel the Warm
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produced by Isaac Hayes, 1942-2008 and Billy Eckstine, 1914-1993; performed by Billy Eckstine, 1914-1993 (Stax Records, 1994), 1 hour 4 mins
produced by Isaac Hayes, 1942-2008 and Billy Eckstine, 1914-1993; performed by Billy Eckstine, 1914-1993 (Stax Records, 1994), 1 hour 4 mins
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Carla Thomas: Love Means/Memphis Queen
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produced by Marvell Thomas, 1041- and Donald Davis, 1957-; performed by Carla Thomas, 1942- (Stax Records, 1997), 1 hour 9 mins
produced by Marvell Thomas, 1041- and Donald Davis, 1957-; performed by Carla Thomas, 1942- (Stax Records, 1997), 1 hour 9 mins
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The Dramatics Live
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produced by F.L. Pittman; performed by Ron Banks, 1951-2010, Larry Demps, 1949-, Willie Ford, 1950-, William Howard and Eldridge Bryant, 1939-1975, The Dramatics (Stax Records, 1988), 41 mins
produced by F.L. Pittman; performed by Ron Banks, 1951-2010, Larry Demps, 1949-, Willie Ford, 1950-, William Howard and Eldridge Bryant, 1939-1975, The Dramatics (Stax Records, 1988), 41 mins
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Isaac Hayes At Wattstax
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produced by Stephen Hart, fl. 1975; performed by Isaac Hayes, 1942-2008, The Movement and Hot Buttered Soul Unlimited (Stax Records, 2003), 1 hour 2 mins
Isaac Hayes was the final act on the Wattstax music festival bill. Although he was the headliner, prior to this collection only the medley of "Ain't No Sunshine/"Lonely Avenue" had previously been made available on the soundtrack album. Over three decades on, this appropriately-titled release features the entire I...
produced by Stephen Hart, fl. 1975; performed by Isaac Hayes, 1942-2008, The Movement and Hot Buttered Soul Unlimited (Stax Records, 2003), 1 hour 2 mins
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William Bell: Wow/Bound To Happen
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produced by Al Bell, 1940- and Booker T. Jones, 1944-; performed by William Bell, 1939-, The Nightingales, The Bar-Kays, The Memphis Horns and The Memphis Symphony Orchestra (Stax Records, 1997), 1 hour 6 mins
produced by Al Bell, 1940- and Booker T. Jones, 1944-; performed by William Bell, 1939-, The Nightingales, The Bar-Kays, The Memphis Horns and The Memphis Symphony Orchestra (Stax Records, 1997), 1 hour 6 mins
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(Stax Records, 1992), 56 mins
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The Staple Singers: City In The Sky
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produced by Al Bell, 1940-; performed by Clayton Ivey, fl. 1969, Barry Beckett, Eddie Hinton, 1944-1995, David Hood, Roger Hawkins and Jimmy Johnson, 1894-1955, The Staple Singers, The Memphis Horns and The Memphis Strings (Stax Records, 1996), 1 hour 4 mins
produced by Al Bell, 1940-; performed by Clayton Ivey, fl. 1969, Barry Beckett, Eddie Hinton, 1944-1995, David Hood, Roger Hawkins and Jimmy Johnson, 1894-1955, The Staple Singers, The Memphis Horns and The Memphis Strings (Stax Records, 1996), 1 hour 4 mins
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Otis Redding In Concert
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performed by Otis Redding, 1941-1967 (Stax Records, 1993), 27 mins
performed by Otis Redding, 1941-1967 (Stax Records, 1993), 27 mins
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Rufus Thomas Live!
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produced by Tom Nixon and Al Bell, 1940-; performed by Rufus Thomas, 1917-2001 (Stax Records, 1994), 1 hour 14 mins
The Crown Prince of Memphis Soul, a.k.a., the Oldest Living Teenager, Rufus Thomas clowns, jokes, brags, and dances while singing five lengthy numbers. Rufus penned three songs including the hits "Walking The Dog," and the 17 minute long "Do The Funky Chicken," a third "Big Fine Hunk Of A Woman," is a blues set of...
produced by Tom Nixon and Al Bell, 1940-; performed by Rufus Thomas, 1917-2001 (Stax Records, 1994), 1 hour 14 mins
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