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The Stax Man

The Stax Man

A darn near perfect greatest hits collection. Great for someone who says, "Yeah, I like blues, B.B.'s cool." Because after hearing this, their life won't be quite the same.…
The greatest drummer who ever lived, Al Jackson, Jr., the coolest, most persuasive bass player in the world, Donald "Duck" Dunn, the absolute superior guitar playing of the…
The sublimely unique and timeless productions of Willie Mitchell at Hi Records, all with marvelous musicianship, and one amazing voice made Al Green demand the title of The…
By 1973, the Stax house band, the incomparable Booker T. & the MGs, had lost half of its members. Steve Cropper and Booker T. Jones, himself, had both parted ways with the …
In all honesty, there aren't enough stars to rate this stellar album. Unfortunately, the last by these four members of Booker T. & the MGs. Booker T. Jones plays his B-3 or…
The greatest band in America took on the greatest band in England, and the boys from Memphis held their own. This is a very cutting edge and ahead of its time album. The Be…