From new albums to reissues of soul and R&B classics, there's something for every fan this holiday season.
‘The Future’ is out November 5.
The album is set to arrive on November 5.
‘Pervis was one of a kind – comical and downright fly,’ said Mavis Staples.
One of the most powerful albums that Stax Records released, ‘A Dramatic Experience’ proves why The Dramatics were one of Detroit’s greatest vocal groups.
They were owned by the late Chicago music historian and archivist Bob Abrahamian, who died in 2014.
A classic example of Stax blues, the ‘King Of The Blues Guitar’ album is a go-to for those seeking to acquaint themselves with Albert King.
His final album for Stax Records, ‘Crown Prince Of Dance’ proved that Rufus Thomas could still claim the throne when it came to floor-filling soul music.
Moving from the Motown label to the equally iconic Stax Records, ‘Kim Kim Kim’ found singer Kim Weston in her absolute prime.
Combining previous single releases with covers of contemporary hits, William Bell’s ‘The Soul Of A Bell’ album remains his definitive artistic statement.
The record's tracklist includes cult-classic artists such as Buffy Sainte-Marie, Circus Maximus and Southwest F.O.B.
Cropper co-wrote some of the most iconic songs of the 20th Century, including ‘(Sittin’ On) The Dock of Bay,’ ‘In the Midnight Hour,’ and ‘Green Onions.’
The night's big winners were two blues giants Taj Mahal and Keb’ Mo' who won Album of the year for their collaborative album Tajmo.
Yvonne Staples, who sang on timeless hits such as 'I'll Take You There' and 'Let's Do It Again' with soul-gospel legends The Staple Singers has died at the age of 80.
A new 6CD box set to be issued by Craft Recordings is set to delve deep into the archives of iconic Memphis imprint Stax Records