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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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Otis Redding: Good To Me
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produced by Al Jackson, Jr, 1935-1975; performed by Otis Redding, 1941-1967, Sammie Coleman, fl. 1965, John Farris, Clarence Johnson, fl. 1920, Robert Holloway, fl. 1966, Robert Pittman, fl. 1966, Donald Henry, James Young, Ralph Stewart and Elbert Woodson, fl. 1966 (Stax Records, 1993), 47 mins
produced by Al Jackson, Jr, 1935-1975; performed by Otis Redding, 1941-1967, Sammie Coleman, fl. 1965, John Farris, Clarence Johnson, fl. 1920, Robert Holloway, fl. 1966, Robert Pittman, fl. 1966, Donald Henry, James Young, Ralph Stewart and Elbert Woodson, fl. 1966 (Stax Records, 1993), 47 mins
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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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Albert King: Live Wire/Blues Power
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produced by Al Jackson, Jr, 1935-1975; performed by Albert King, 1923-1992 (Stax Records, 1979), 38 mins
produced by Al Jackson, Jr, 1935-1975; performed by Albert King, 1923-1992 (Stax Records, 1979), 38 mins
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