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Presenting Problem

Read "Presenting Problem" reviewed by Duncan Heining

Jazz often appears to exist within its own cultural and artistic paradigm, isolated from other arts and in its own discreet musical corner. Worse still from the perspective of those who would hope to make a living from it, it often seems that more people want to play the music than listen to it or, more ...

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Booker T. & the MGS, Staple Singers & Johnnie Tatylor Launch Stax Remasters Series

Booker T. & the MGS, Staple Singers & Johnnie Tatylor Launch Stax Remasters Series

Inaugural titles to be released May 10, 2011 LOS ANGELES, Calif.—From the early 1960s to the mid-1970s, the Stax label dominated soul, R&B, gospel, and related genres with a stable of artists who have since become iconic figures in the history of American popular music. Now a part of the Concord Music Group, the Stax catalog ...

That Was Then

Label: Stax
Released: 2008

Self Portrait

Label: Stax
Released: 2008

The Very Best Of Isaac Hayes

Label: Stax
Released: 2007

Better And Better

Label: Stax
Released: 2004

Greatest Hit Singles

Label: Stax
Released: 1991

Night And Day

Label: Stax
Released: 1991

Showdown

Label: Stax
Released: 1988


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