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The Bar-Kays: Do You See What I See?
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produced by Al Bell, 1940- and Allen Jones, 1907-1992; performed by James Woodie Alexander, 1916-1996, Ben Cauley, 1947-, Harvey Henderson, Charles Allen, Willie Hall, 1950-, Willie Dodson, Bobby Manuel, 1945-, Vernon Burch, 1955- and Michael Toles, fl. 1966, The Bar-Kays (Stax Records, 1996), 1 hour 8 mins
produced by Al Bell, 1940- and Allen Jones, 1907-1992; performed by James Woodie Alexander, 1916-1996, Ben Cauley, 1947-, Harvey Henderson, Charles Allen, Willie Hall, 1950-, Willie Dodson, Bobby Manuel, 1945-, Vernon Burch, 1955- and Michael Toles, fl. 1966, The Bar-Kays (Stax Records, 1996), 1 hour 8 mins
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Rufus Thomas: Did You Heard Me?/Crown Prince Of Dance
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produced by Tom Nixon and Rufus Thomas, 1917-2001; performed by Rufus Thomas, 1917-2001, South Memphis Horns (Stax Records, 1995), 1 hour 17 mins
produced by Tom Nixon and Rufus Thomas, 1917-2001; performed by Rufus Thomas, 1917-2001, South Memphis Horns (Stax Records, 1995), 1 hour 17 mins
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24-Carat Black: Ghetto: Misfortune's Wealth
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produced by W. Dale Warren; performed by 24-Carat Black (Stax Records, 1994), 58 mins
produced by W. Dale Warren; performed by 24-Carat Black (Stax Records, 1994), 58 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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Wolf at the Door
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performed by Wolfman Washington, 1943-, The Roadmasters (Rounder Records, 1991), 45 mins
performed by Wolfman Washington, 1943-, The Roadmasters (Rounder Records, 1991), 45 mins
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