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Celebrating 60 years with Stax Records

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The 60th anniversary of the iconic soul label Stax Records will be marked by a joint campaign by Concord Music Group and Rhino Entertainment, the catalogue division of Warner Music Group. It’s the first partnership between the two companies for the catalogue, which has been divided since Atlantic Records split with Stax in 1967, ten years after the latter label was founded.

Scroll down to read about each album.

Rufus Thomas: Walking The Dog
Otis Redding: The Great Otis Redding Sings Soul Ballads
March 1965
Sam & Dave: Double Dynamite
Otis Redding: The Soul Album
April 1966
Carla Thomas And Otis Redding: King & Queen
March 1967
Carla Thomas: Carla
Albert King: Born Under A Bad Sign
August 1967
Sam & Dave: Soul Men
William Bell: The Soul Of A Bell
Soul Children: Soul Children
Johnnie Taylor: Who’s Making Love
October 1968
Albert King: Years Gone By
May 1969
Delaney And Bonnie: Home
May 1969
Isaac Hayes: Hot Buttered Soul
September 1969
Isaac Hayes: The Isaac Hayes Movement
April 1970
Booker T & The MG’s: McLemore Avenue
April 1970
Isaac Hayes: … To Be Continued
November 1970
Sweet Sweetback’s Baadasssss Song
June 1971
Bar-Kays: Black Rock
Eddie Floyd: Down To Earth
Isaac Hayes: Black Moses
November 1971
The Staple Singers: Be Altitude: Respect Yourself
February 1972
Albert King: I’ll Play The Blues For You
Wattstax: The Living Word
Johnnie Taylor: Taylored In Silk
John Gary Williams: John Gary Williams
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