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Rocks In The Attic #605: Various Artists - ‘Stax Funx’ (1997)

This is an awesome compilation of some of the funkier moments from the Stax label in the late ‘60s and early ‘70s. The first side is all instrumentals – always a good thing with funk in my book (see the Average White Band’s… 205 more words


Dystopian Dance Party presents Jheri Curl June: The Bar-Kays' "She Talks to Me with Her Body"

Few groups in the history of R&B have been as long-lived, or as chameleonic, as the Bar-Kays. The Memphis group got their start in the mid-’60s as a session band for… 269 more words

The Bar Kays

Flight WS703 from Toronto to Vancouver (Part 1)

After four hours of sleep, Kelly and I were up and on our way to Pearson International Airport to head out to Burnaby Lake, British Columbia to crew the second race of the… 274 more words


May 21, 2017 It's A Good Thing

Booker T. & The MG’s, Doin’ Our Thing, Stax S-724, 1968

There’s not a better feeling for a record collector than to find a new-to-you record from a group you love.   271 more words

A melhor playlist de soul que você vai ouvir este ano

Se você curte soul music, esta é, definitivamente, a melhor playlist que você vai ouvir este ano.  The RZA Presents Shaolin Soul Selection é um projeto de curadoria musical de… 195 more words


That time I asked bass legend Donald "Duck" Dunn why they called him Duck

By Steve Newton

Here’s a fun little 30-second audio snippet that never fails to make me smile.

Back in 1985 I did an interview with bass-guitar legend Donald “Duck” Dunn, who at the time was playing in Eric Clapton’s touring band. 150 more words

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