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Time Is Tight - Booker T & The MGs - Otis, Onions And The Blues (CD, Album)


8 thoughts on “ Time Is Tight - Booker T & The MGs - Otis, Onions And The Blues (CD, Album) ”

  1. Mejas says:
    " Time Is Tight " is an instrumental recorded by Booker T. & the M.G.'s for their soundtrack to the film UpTight.
  2. Judal says:
    Booker T & The MG's - Time Is Tight (CD 3) Gotta Serve Somebody Lay Lady Lay MG Party Terrible Thing Hole In The Wall (Sittin' On) The Dock Of The Bay Booker's Theme Albert's Rap Born Under A .
  3. Nikoramar says:
    Booker T. & the MG’s delineated the soulful sound of Memphis playing behind a host of stars at Stax Records, all the while making instrumental hits of their own. Their first record, “Green Onions,” inducted into the Blues Hall of Fame in , was followed by 14 .
  4. Kazrajar says:
    Booker T and the MGs. Booker T Jones, born on Dec. 11, , in Memphis, multi-instrumentalist, primarily key-board, and the Memphis Group — Steve Cropper (born Oct. 21, ) guitar, originally Louis Steinberg on bass, later re-placed by Donald 'Duck' Dunn (born Nov. 24, ), Al Jackson (born Nov. 17, ) drums — were for ten years the nucleus of the houseband for Stax records — the.
  5. Viktilar says:
    Booker T. & the M.G.'s consistently issued singles from to , but only a few made the charts, and none was as successful as "Green Onions". Their second album, Soul Dressing, was released in Whereas the Green Onions album contained mostly covers, every composition but one on Soul Dressing was an original. After contributing to.
  6. Grozshura says:
    A three-CD, song box set that includes all their hits from through , in addition to numerous LP tracks and failed singles; the third disc is devoted entirely to previously unreleased live material (most from ) and rarities. Greatest-hits compilations will serve 9/
  7. Motilar says:
    As the house band at Stax Records in Memphis, Tennessee, Booker T. & the MG’s may have been the single greatest factor in the lasting value of that label’s soul music, not to mention Southern soul as a whole. Their tight, impeccable grooves could be heard on classic hits by Otis Redding, Wilson Pickett, Carla Thomas, Albert King, and Sam & Dave, and for that reason alone, they would.
  8. Akinogar says:
    That was what defined the Stax sound – Booker T. and the MGs backing Otis Redding. Or solo. And the songs that came out of Stax helped define the '60s: "Green Onions," "(Sittin' On) The Dock of The Bay," "Respect," "Hip Hug-Her." Most of it in the six-year period

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