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Live - The World of Stax

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Otis Redding  I Can't Turn You Loose (Live In Paris)   buy on itunes
Otis Redding  Respect (Live At the Whisky, 1968)   buy on itunes
Booker T. & The MG's  Green Onions   buy on itunes
Carla Thomas  B-A-B-Y   buy on itunes
The Mar-Keys  Last Night   buy on itunes
Sam & Dave  You Don't Know Like I Know   buy on itunes
Eddie Floyd  Raise Your Hand   buy on itunes
Otis Redding  I've Been Loving You Too Long   buy on itunes
Booker T. & The MG's  Hip Hug-Her   buy on itunes
The Mar-Keys  Philly Dog   buy on itunes
Carla Thomas  Gee Whiz (Look at His Eyes)   buy on itunes
Otis Redding  Try a Little Tenderness   buy on itunes
Isaac Hayes  Theme from "Shaft"   buy on itunes
The Bar-Kays  Son of Shaft/Feel It   buy on itunes
The Staple Singers  I'll Take You There   buy on itunes
Johnnie Taylor  Who's Making Love   buy on itunes
Carla Thomas  I Like What You're Doing (To Me)   buy on itunes
The Emotions  So I Can Love You   buy on itunes
Frederick Knight  I've Been Lonely (For So Long)   buy on itunes
Rufus Thomas  Do the Funky Chicken   buy on itunes
The Soul Children  Hearsay   buy on itunes
The Staple Singers  Respect Yourself   buy on itunes
Isaac Hayes  I Stand Accused   buy on itunes
William Bell  I Forgot to Be Your Lover   buy on itunes
Albert King  Killing Floor   buy on itunes
David Porter  Ain't That Loving You (For More Reasons Than One)   buy on itunes
Little Milton  Open the Door to Your Heart   buy on itunes
Mel & Tim  Backfield In Motion   buy on itunes
The Staple Singers  Heavy Makes You Happy (Sha-Na-Boom Boom)   buy on itunes
Isaac Hayes  Do Your Thing   buy on itunes
Johnnie Taylor  Jody's Got Your Girl and Gone   buy on itunes
Isaac Hayes  Never Can Say Goodbye   buy on itunes

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Just about all of us who aren't of retirement age missed Soulsville's legendary roster of superstars back in their prime. So, while we wait for the Wayback Machine to be perfected, we went ahead and assembled the greatest Stax fantasy concert of all time. [i]Live In Europe[/i], taken from 1967's Stax/Volt Revue dates, was the last album Otis Redding would live to see released, and he absolutely [i]toys[/i] with the audience, stutter-stopping "I've Been Loving You Too Long (To Stop Now)" à la James Brown — with applause at every pause — before delivering a head-back, hall-filling marvel of pure soul satisfaction. Five years later, [i]Wattstax[/i], a celebration of Black Pride that some called "the black Woodstock," packed the Los Angeles Coliseum with more than 100,000 fans — at a buck per ticket. Isaac Hayes, looking like a Nubian [i]god[/i] clad in gold chains, rumbles the sky with tender thunder in "I Stand Accused," and the Staple Singers finish the job, tearing the heavens wide open with a show-stopping version of their express ticket to ecstasy, "I'll Take You There." And there's more — lots more — in our all-access pass to the most amazing Stax soul spectacular we only [i]wish[/i] existed.
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