Various - Stax Greatest Hits album FLAC
Celebratory Confident Earthy Exuberant Fun Intimate Passionate Poignant Rousing Sensual Sentimental Smooth Soothing Sophisticated Summery Swaggering Warm. Top of the Stax: Twenty Greatest Hits. The opening gun in this series collects 20 of the label's biggest hits - a veritable treasure trove of soul classics. Nice transfers of "Green Onions," "Knock on Wood," "Theme From 'Shaft'," "Sittin' on the Dock of the Bay," "B-A-B-Y," and "Hold On, I'm Comin'" make this a set that's well worth adding to the collection.
Various – Stax Greatest Hits.
101 Stax Records 5 CD Various Artists 2017. Brand new: lowest price.
Listen to Stax '68: A Memphis Story by Various - a new album (release date: October 19, 2018) @ New Releases No. 2018 marks the 50th anniversary of a pivotal year for Stax Records and for American history: 1968. This period immediately follows the untimely passing of Otis Redding; it’s the year that Stax parted ways with Atlantic Records, and it’s also when Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was assassinated in Memphis. This five-disc CD box set compiles every single (A- and B- sides) released on Stax and its subsidiary labels in ’68 – over 120 iconic songs from era-defining artists, including Otis Redding, the Staple Singers, William Bell, Booker T. And The .
Top Of The Stax - Twenty Greatest Hits '1988. Top of the Stax - Twenty Greatest Hits (Vol. 1) (1991), - . 0. 1) (1991) /20 Isaac Hayes. 1) (1991) /07 Johnnie Taylor. 1) (1991) /12 Booker T & The MGs. 1) (1991) /14 The Dramatics. 1) (1991) /Top of the Stax - Twenty Greatest Hits.
King’s first album for the Stax label combines his hard, unflashy guitar playing with the sleek sound of the label’s house band, Booker T. and the MG’s. Hits such as Crosscut Saw and Laundromat Blues earned King a new rock & roll audience. Loretta Lynn, ‘All Time Greatest Hits’. Anyone who thinks a woman singing country music is cute should listen to Fist City, where Lynn threatens to beat down a woman if she doesn’t lay off her man.
For the album, see The MG's (album). This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Part of the album was recorded at The Record Plant in New York City, not the Stax Studio, because Jones did not want to record there and instead opted for a different sound, hence the change of studios and cities between MG's gigs. Like Jones, Cropper had also become unhappy with business affairs at Stax and soon left to open his own studio in Memphis. However, the rhythm section of Dunn and Jackson remained on at Stax and did session and production work. featuring outstanding performers in various musical genres who play guitar as their primary instrument. A two-disc DVD of the show was released in the same year.
Only 11 left in stock (more on the way). Customers who bought this item also bought. I love listening to this album and the remembering very fond memories of my youth. 5 people found this helpful. This item: Greatest Hits Of The 70's (2 CD Set).
|A1||–The Dramatics||In The Rain||5:08|
|A2||–Shirley Brown||Woman to Woman||3:54|
|A3||–Booker T & The MG's||Soul Limbo||2:23|
|A4||–William Bell||I Forgot To Be Your Lover||2:19|
|A5||–The Emotions||So I Can Love You||2:49|
|A6||–Eddie Floyd||I Never Found A Girl||2:40|
|B1||–Johnnie Taylor||Who's Making Love||2:47|
|B2||–Jean Knight||Mr. Big Stuff||2:33|
|B3||–Isaac Hayes||Never Can Say Goodbye||3:32|
|B4||–Frederick Knight||I've Been Lonely For So Long||3:11|
|B5||–The Staple Singers||I'll Take You There||3:19|
|B6||–Mel & Tim||Starting All Over Again||3:55|
|B7||–Little Milton||That's What Love Will Make You Do||3:53|
|B8||–Soul Children||The Sweeter He Is||3:01|
|C1||–Booker T & The MG's||Time Is Tight||3:14|
|C2||–The Emotions||Shouting Out Love||3:13|
|C3||–Albert King||I'll Play The Blues For You||3:35|
|C4||–Carla Thomas||I Like What You're Doin' (To Me)||2:50|
|C5||–Johnnie Taylor||Cheaper To Keep Her||3:27|
|C6||–Judy Clay, William Bell||Private Number||2:35|
|C7||–The Temprees||Dedicated To The One I Love||3:35|
|D1||–Isaac Hayes||Theme From Shaft||3:15|
|D2||–Bar-Kays||Son Of Shaft||3:20|
|D3||–The Staple Singers||Respect Yourself||3:20|
|D4||–The Dramatics||Whatcha See Is Whatcha Get||3:30|
|D5||–Rufus Thomas||(Do The) Push And Pull||3:14|
|D6||–The Rance Allen Group||Ain't No Need Of Cryin'||3:39|
|D7||–Shack||Too Many Lovers||2:43|
|D8||–The Newcomers||Pin The Tail On The Donkey||2:59|
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