Contents(Sittin' on) the dock of the bay ; Sweet Lorene (Otis Redding)
I thank you ; Wrap it up (Sam & Dave)
Don't pass your judgement ; I wanna be (your lover & your honey) (the Memphis Nomads)
I was born to love you ; I'm so glad you're back (Shirley Walton)
Lovey dovey ; New Year's resolution (Otis Redding & Carla Thomas)
I got a sure thing ; Girl, you have my heart singing (Ollie & the Nightingales)
Big bird ; Holding on with both hands (Eddie Floyd)
A hard day's night ; I want someone (Bar-Kays)
Next time ; Sundown (Johnnie Taylor)
Every man oughta have a woman ; A tribute to a king (William Bell)
Able Mable ; Don't get caught (Mable John)
The Memphis train ; I think I made a boo boo (Rufus Thomas)
What will later on be like ; Hang me now (Jeanne & the Darlings)
Soul power ; Sly girl (Derek Martin)
Bring your love back to me ; Here I am (Linda Lyndell)
A dime a dozen ; I want you back (Carla Thomas)
Groovy day ; Every man needs a woman (Kangaroo's)
Precious precious ; Going to Chicago blues (Isaac Hayes)
Whatever hurts you ; No time is better than now (the Mad Lads)
The happy song (Dum-dum) ; Open the door (Otis Redding)
(I love) Lucy ; You're gonna need me (Albert King)
I ain't particular ; Where there's smoke there's fire (Johnnie Taylor)
Georgy girl ; A million or more times (Eddie Henderson Quintet)
Send peace and harmony home ; The one you can't have all by yourself (Shirley Walton)
Soul limbo ; Heads or tails (Booker T. & the MG's)
I've never found a girl (to love me like you do) ; I'm just the kind of fool (Eddie Floyd)
It's been a long time coming ; We've just been feeling bad (Delaney & Bonnie)
What a man ; I don't know (Linda Lyndell)
Broadway freeze ; I can't cry no more (Harvey Scales & the Seven Sounds)
Stay baby stay ; I love love (Johnny Daye)
Raspberry rug ; And I love you (Bobby Whitlock)
Private number ; Love-eye-tis (Judy Clay and William Bell)
I like everything about you ; What side of the door (Jimmy Hughes)
Lollipop lady ; (There's) Always something there to remind me (the Delrays)
Remone ; Used to be love (Lindell Hill)
Subconscious train of thought ; Unicorn man (the Aardvarks)
Somebody stole my gal ; Somebody stole my gal (instrumental) (Fresh Air)
Bed of roses ; Remove these clouds (Judy Clay)
Long walk to D.C. ; Stay with us (the Staple Singers)
Give 'em love ; Move over (the Soul Children)
Who's making love ; I'm trying (Johnnie Taylor)
Funky Mississippi ; So hard to get along with (Rufus Thomas)
Where do I go ; I've fallen in love (Carla Thomas)
So nice ; Make room (the Mad Lads)
Lovin' feeling ; Sea shell (Charmells)
It's unbelievable (how you control my soul) ; I like what you're doing to me (Jeanne & the Darlings)
Smell of incense ; Green skies (Southwest F.O.B.)
Sally's got a good thing ; The la la song (the Village Sound)
Bring it on home to me ; Sweet things you do (Eddie Floyd)
Hang 'em high ; Over easy (Booker T. & the MG's)
You're leaving me ; Showered with love (Ollie & the Nightingales)
Kitchy kitchy koo ; Shake it (the Pop Corn Generation)
Copy kat ; In the hole (Bar-Kays)
Mighty cold winter ; A woman can't do (what a man do) (Dino & Doc)
I forgot to be your lover ; Bring the curtain down (William Bell)
Condition red ; Didn't know love was so good (the Goodees)
Running out ; Shouldn't I love him (Mable John)
Family portrait ; Going back to Memphis (Billy Lee Riley)
My baby specializes ; Left over love (Judy Clay and William Bell)
I'll understand ; Doing our thang (the Soul Children)
The ghetto ; Got to be some changes made (the Staple Singers)
Blues power ; Night stomp (Albert King)
The echo ; Really rockin (the Epsilons)
Funky way ; I want to hold you (Rufus Thomas)
The children have your tongue ; Give her what she wants (This Generation)
Who's making love ; Long black train (Daaron Lee)
Take care of your homework ; Hold on this time (Johnnie Taylor).
Rhythm and blues music.
Popular music -- 1961-1970.
|Publisher|| Beverly Hills, CA :Craft Recordings,2018
|Other Titles|| Stax 1968
Walton, Shirley, 1936- performer.
Thomas, Carla, 1942- performer.
Nightingale, Ollie, performer.
Floyd, Eddie, performer.
Taylor, Johnnie, performer.
Bell, William, 1939- performer.
John, Mable, performer.
Thomas, Rufus, 1917-2001, performer.
Dolphus, Jeanne, performer.
Martin, Derek, performer.
Lyndell, Linda, performer.
Hayes, Isaac, performer.
King, Albert, 1923-1992, performer.
Scales, Harvey, performer.
Daye, Johnny, performer.
Whitlock, Bobby, performer.
Clay, Judy, performer.
Hughes, Jimmy, 1938- performer.
Hill, Lindell, performer.
Riley, Billy Lee, performer.
Stax Records, publisher.
Sam & Dave, performer.
Memphis Nomads (Musical group), performer.
Nightingales (Soul music group), performer.
Bar-Kays (Musical group), performer.
Darlings (Musical group), performer.
Kangaroo's (Musical group), performer.
Mad Lads (Musical group), performer.
Eddie Henderson Quintet, performer.
Booker T. & the MG's (Musical group), performer.
Delaney & Bonnie, performer.
7 Sounds (Musical group), performer.
Del-Rays (Musical group : Mascoutah, Ill.), performer.
Aardvarks (Musical group : Saint Louis, Mo.), performer.
Fresh Air (Musical group : 1968), performer.
Staple Singers, performer.
Soul Children, performer.
Charmels (Musical group), performer.
Southwest F.O.B. (Musical group), performer.
Village Sound (Musical group), performer.
Pop Corn Generation (Musical group), performer.
Dino and Doc, performer.
Goodees (Musical group), performer.
Epsilons (Musical group : Philadelphia, Pa.), performer.
This Generation (Musical group), performer.
Principally soul and R&B.
Title from disc label.
Originally released in 1968 as singles on Stax and related labels (Volt, Enterprise, Hip, and Arch Records).
Program notes by Andria Lisle, Robert Gordon, and Steve Greenberg (56 pages : illustrations (some color)) bound in container.
5 audio discs ; 4 3/4 in.