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Covers - The World of Stax

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Aretha Franklin  Respect   buy on itunes
The Blues Brothers  Soul Man   buy on itunes
The Black Crowes  Hard to Handle   buy on itunes
Cream  Born Under a Bad Sign   buy on itunes
ZZ Top  I Thank You   buy on itunes
Elvis Costello & The Attractions  I Can't Stand Up for Falling Down   buy on itunes
The Rolling Stones  Walking the Dog   buy on itunes
Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band  Raise Your Hand (Live)   buy on itunes
The Byrds  Additional Master Takes: You Don't Miss Your Water   buy on itunes
The Clash  Time Is Tight   buy on itunes
B.B. King & Eric Clapton  Hold On I'm Coming   buy on itunes
Etta James  Security   buy on itunes
Al Green  I've Never Found a Girl   buy on itunes
Keith Sweat  In the Rain   buy on itunes
Luther Ingram  Ain't That Loving You (For More Reasons Than One)   buy on itunes
Sly & the Family Stone  I Can't Turn You Loose   buy on itunes
Ike & Tina Turner  I've Been Loving You Too Long   buy on itunes
Charlie Rich  When Something Is Wrong With My Baby   buy on itunes
Rachel Sweet  B.A.B.Y   buy on itunes
Buddy Guy  Do Your Thing   buy on itunes
Hall & Oates  Starting All Over Again   buy on itunes
The Commitments  Fa-Fa-Fa-Fa-Fa (Sad Song)   buy on itunes
The Box Tops  Big Bird   buy on itunes
Hindu Love Gods  Crosscut Saw   buy on itunes
Bruce Willis  Respect Yourself   buy on itunes
The Oak Ridge Boys  Touch a Hand, Make a Friend   buy on itunes
Heavy D & The Boyz  Mr. Big Stuff (Remix)   buy on itunes
Mongo Santamaria  Green Onions   buy on itunes
Cabaret Voltaire  Theme from Shaft   buy on itunes
Buddy Miller  That's How Strong My Love Is   buy on itunes
Delaney & Bonnie  Everybody Loves a Winner   buy on itunes

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Otis Redding, Steve Cropper, Rufus Thomas, Isaac Hayes; the Stax roster wasn't merely loaded with killer artists; it was also packed with world-class songwriters. They [i]wrote[/i], and the whole world listened. If you ever wondered just when Aretha Franklin became the Queen of Soul, look no further than her her cover — yes, [i]cover[/i] — of Otis Redding's hit "Respect," an open-throated, career-making roar of independence. The Blues Brothers not only reintroduce one of soul music's best-ever songs, but also two of its greatest players — the song's original guitar/bass duo of Steve Cropper and Duck Dunn — in their mission-from-God cover of Sam & Dave's "Soul Man." Heavy D & The Boyz detonate a Louis Vuitton satchelful of bass in an axle-rattling hip-hop remake of Jean Knight's sass-mouthed putdown "Mr. Big Stuff (Remix)." And it's [i]another[/i] Jones — Booker T. — who inspires Clash frontman Mick Jones in a surf-punk-meets-soul retool of the MG's' instrumental smash "Time Is Tight." But don't stop there — from Keith Sweat to the Rolling Stones, we've got a whole second generation of Soulsville's greatest hits, reinterpreted by Stax's stacks of fanatics.
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