Song #9, like #10 before it, is also a soulful upbeat love song, but this one has the distinction of actually being the #1 hit song on Valentine’s Day in 1972. 325 more words
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We are heartbroken to hear the news about Wendy Rene’s death. What a joy is has been sharing her ‘After Laughter Comes Tears: Complete Stax & Volt Singles, Rarities, 1964-1965′ album to fans of her music and to others who had never heard of her, but, became fans. 353 more words
Night one of XRT’s Holiday Nights with Ryan Arnold took place last night and in our stash of holiday records one of my personal favorites is the 1968 compilation, … 174 more words
Artist-Booker T & The MG’s
For today’s Christmas blog, I was thinking of a song that had a real “city” feel to it. Having just come back from vacation and being thrust full on into the Christmas season rather than gradually easing into it, I had to think for a few moments for the song that was going around in my head. 436 more words
After two months of broads, I needed a man. A real man. A submissive man.
Otis Redding was my kind of man.
Otis Redding never went in for machismo like most guys. 3,180 more words