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Stax Singles, Vol. 4: Rarities & Best of the Rest

Label: Concord Music Group
Released: 2018
Track listing: Disc 1: Deep Down Inside (Carla & Rufus); Yeah Yea-ah (Rufus & Friend); All the Way (Prince Conley); I’ll Never Give Her Up (The Canes); Just Enough to Hurt Me (The Astors); I Found a Brand New Love (Eddie Kirk); Fine and Mellow (Rufus Thomas); Fannie Mae (Booker T. & the MG’s); Sassy (Floyd Newman); I Want to Get Married (Rufus Thomas); That’s the Way it Goes (Bobby Marchan); Shake Up (The Cobras); You Belong to Her (Barbara and the Browns); Watchdog (Dorothy Williams); Free for All (Barracudas); I Don’t Want Trouble (Barbara and the Browns); Sweet Thing (Gorgeous George); I Found Out (The Astors); We’re Tight (Rufus & Carla Thomas); Chicken Scratch (Rufus Thomas); Weak Spot (Ruby Johnson); Talkin’ Bout True Love (Rufus Thomas); If You Give Up What You Got (You’ll See What You Lost) (Mable John); A Small Portion of Your Love (Sam & Dave); Keep on Keeping On (Ruby Johnson); Greasy Spoon (Rufus Thomas); Left Over Love (Mable John); Girl, You Have My Heart Singing (Ollie & The Nightingales); Don’t Get Caught (Mable John). Disc 2: I’m So Glad You’re Back (Shirley Walton); We’ve Just Been Feeling Bad (Delaney & Bonnie); I Don’t Know (Linda Lyndell); Love-Eye-Tis (Judy Clay & William Bell); Remove These Clouds (Judy Clay); Stay With Us (The Staple Singers); So Hard to Get Along With (Rufus Thomas); I Like What You’re Doing to Me (Jeanne & The Darlings); Over Easy (Booker T. & the MG’s); Shouldn’t I Love Him (Mable John); Left Over Love (William Bell & Judy Clay); Sweet Things You Do (Jimmy Hughes); Grab a Handful (Art Jerry Miller); Consider Me (Eddie Floyd); Soul Clap ’69 (Booker T. & The MG’s); Standing in the Need of Your Love (Jeanne & The Darlings); I Thank You (The Bar-Kays); Make it Good (The Soul Children); I’ll Be Your Everything (Ollie & The Nightingales); Let Me Ride (William Bell); Sunday Sermon (Booker T. & The MG’s); Hi De Ho (That Old Sweet Roll) (Carla Thomas); A Love Affair That Bears No Pain (Shack); Just a Little Overcome (The Nightingales); Mannish Boy (The Newcomers). Disc 3: Let Love Fill Your Heart (Ilana); Ridin’ On Love’s Merry-Go-Round (The Soul Children); I Can’t Win for Losing (Hot Sauce); Ain’t Nobody Like Me Baby (Lee Sain); Echoes From the Past (Hot Sauce); Did My Baby Call (The Mad Lads); Baby I’m-A Want You (Isaac Hayes & David Porter); Pick Up the Pieces (Jean Knight); Stop Teasing Me (Johnnie Taylor); Type Thang (Isaac Hayes); In Love With You (John Gary Williams); Since I Lost My Baby’s Love (Major Lance); Mam’s Baby (Daddy’s Maybe) (Hot Sauce); Poem on the School House Door (The Soul Children); That Makes Christmas Day (Rufus Thomas); What’s Your Thing (The Staple Singers); Yes Sir Brother (Shirley Brown); Funny (Hot Sauce); Let’s Make a Deal (Frederick Knight); Can’t Give You Up (I Love You Too Much) (The Green Brothers); Just Ain’t No Love (Without You Here) (John Gary Williams). Disc 4: The Ballad of Otis B. Watson (Sid Selvidge); Black Hands White Cotton (The Caboose); Love’s Not Hard to Find (Dallas County); April (Casper Peters); Reaching for a Rainbow (Clark Sullivan); I Wanna Be Your Baby (Billy Eckstine); Why Did it Take So Long (Chuck Boris); Why Did it Take So Long (Barbara Lewis); Gypsy (Finley Brown); Slip Away (O.B. McClinton); When Something Is Wrong (Billy Ecksine); Good Times Are Coming (Ben Atkins); Some Other Man (River City Street Band); Don’t Let the Green Grass Fool You (O.B. McClinton); Would I Be Better Gone? (Big Ben); Black Cat Moan (Don Nix); She’s a Friend of Mine (Don Nix); Rock ‘N Roll Warning (Larry Raspberry & The Highsteppers); Conquistadores ’74 (Chico Hamilton); The Way I’m Needing You (Cliff Cochran); Let’s Get Together (Connie Eaton); The Way I’m Needing You (Karen Casey) Disc 5: Stop It, Quit It (Poor Little Rich Kids); Cigarettes (Lonnie Duvall); It’s Mighty Clear (Poor Little Rich Kids); Warm City Baby (The Honey Jug); For a Little While (The Goodees); For Your Love (The Honey Jug); Groovy Day (Kangaroo’s); And I Love You (Bobby Whitlock); Smell of Incense (Southwest F.O.B.); Condition Red (The Goodees); Family Portrait (Billy Lee Riley); Day In and Out (The Waters); Hey Jack (Don’t Hijack my Plane) (The Village Sound); Cool My Desire (The Cheques); Goodies (The Goodees); Miss Rita Famous (Paris Pilot); Someone Something (The Knowbody Else); Feel Alright (Cargoe); In the Street (Big Star); I Love You Anyway (Cargoe); Say What You Mean (The Hot Dogs); September Gurls (Big Star). Disc 6: The Assassination (The Dixie Nightingales); Hush Hush (The Dixie Nightingales); I Don’t Know (The Dixie Nightingales); Wade in the Water (The Stars of Virginia); Forgive These Fools (The Dixie Nightingales); Our Freedom Song (Free at Last) (The Jubilee Hummingbirds); Press My Dying Pillow (The Jubilee Hummingbirds); God’s Promise (The Pattersonaires); Hello Sunshine (The Rev. Maceo Woods & The Christian Tabernacle Baptist Church Choir); Tryin’ Time (Pops Staples); His Love Will Always Be (Terry Lynn Community Choir); Don’t Let the Devil Fool You (The Rev. W. Bernard Avanti Jr. & The St. James Gospel Choir); There’s Gonna Be a Showdown (The Rance Allen Group); That Will Be Good Enough for Me (The Rance Allen Group); Marching for the Band (The Rev. Maceo Woods & The Christian Tabernacle Concert Choir); Better Get a Move On (Louise McCord); Satisfied (Charles May & Annette May Thomas); I Got to Be Myself (The Rance Allen Group); He Included Me (The People’s Choir of Operation Push); We’re the Salt of the Earth (The Rance Allen Group); Reflections (Louise McCord); Aint’ No Need of Crying (The Rance Allen Group).


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Stax Records defined the “Memphis Sound" of soul music in the 1960s. With a roster that took in Otis Redding, Booker T & The MGs, Sam & Dave, Rufus Thomas and Isaac Hayes, Stax and its sister label Volt provided the main competition to Motown as a home to classic soul acts. Three separate ...


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