The score album combined two great American talents, performed by the Staples and written and produced almost entirely by Curtis Mayfield.
There’s not a blues guitarist that has not copped Albert King’s licks and fallen under his spell.
Stax house band Booker T & The MGs were the rulers of instrumental soul, and they cooked up a soul food storm on ‘Green Onions,’ their debut album.
As political unrest swept the world in 1968, Stax Records faced a tumultuous year saved only by the legendary label’s own soul power.
The Rance Allen Group became one of the most notable gospel-soul acts of their time.
The visual comes ahead of the seven-CD collection ‘Come Go With Me,’ which celebrates the legendary soul group's Stax years.
The anthology came out in vinyl and digital formats in February and was widely praised.
The R&B singer could be heard on the Grammy Award-winning hit ‘Best of My Love.’
‘The Gospel Truth: The Complete Singles Collection’ is out November 13.
‘Stax Records – 50 Years of Soul’ features performances from Steve Cropper, William Bell, Booker T. Jones, and more.
The soundtrack album to the 1972 festival, ‘Wattstax: The Living Word’ captured the power, heart and sense of unity and purpose behind the pioneering event.
If you haven’t heard Albert King’s ‘Born Under A Bad Sign’, it’s time for a change of luck. Go ahead, listen. It’ll make your day.
‘Memphis Mayhem’ offers an in-depth look at the city that spawned such acts as Otis Redding, Elvis Presley, and Johnny Cash.
Filmed during quarantine, the visual captures desolate landscapes and cities across the globe.
Directed by Andrew Trent Fleming, The Memphis Masters series celebrates albums from the legendary Stax Records and its influence on Memphis.
The book includes interviews with Bruce Springsteen, Bill Wyman, Paul Young, William Bell, Steve Cropper and others.