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RECENT CARLA THOMAS INTERVIEW
(January 1, 2014)
DVD DOCUMENTARY ON MUSCLESHOALS SOUND STUDIOS
(May 12, 2013)
A DVD doucmentary will be issued in February 2014 about Rick Hall's Muscle Shoals sound studios where many Stax hits were recorded in the early 70's. More later.
STEWART AT THE STAX MUSEUM 10th ANNIVERSARY
(May 4, 2013)
Jim Stewart is well and alive and appeared for the first time at the Stax Museum for the 10th anniversary.
Long life, Jim and thanks again for creating Stax some 56 years ago.
CELEBRATED AT THE WHITE HOUSE
(April 9, 2013)
William Bell and Steve Cropper at the White House
Stax and the Stax Academy have been celebrated at the White House by President Obama and his family on April 9, 2013. Many former Stax artists were invited and performed. The whole show is going to be broadcasted next week on PBS. More later here and watch Facebook and YouTube about this event.
1. Sam Moore and
Joshua Ledet: Soul Man (written by Isaac Hayes and
2. Mavis Staples: I'll Take You There (written by Alvertis Isbell)
3. Justin Timberlake and Steve Cropper: (Sittin' On) the Dock of the Bay (written by Otis Redding and Steve Cropper)
4. Eddie Floyd: Knock on Wood (written by Eddie Floyd and Steve Cropper)
5. Alabama Shakes and Steve Cropper: Born Under a Bad Sign (written by Booker T. Jones and William Bell)
6. William Bell: You Don't Miss Your Water (written by William Bell)
7. Queen Latifah: I Can't Stand the Rain (written by Ann Peebles, Don Bryant, and Bernard "Bernie" Miller)
8. Sam Moore: When Something is Wrong with My Baby (written by Isaac Hayes and David Porter)
9. Joshua Ledet: When A Man Loves a Woman (written by Calvin Lewis and Andrew Wright)
10. Ben Harper and Charlie Musselwhite: I'm In I'm Out and I'm Gone (written by Ben Harper and Jason Mozersky)
11. Cyndi Lauper and Charlie Musselwhite: Try a Little Tenderness (written by Jimmy Campbell, Reg Connelly and Harry M. Woods)
12. All-Cast Finale: In the Midnight Hour (written by Steve Cropper and Wilson Pickett, Jr.)
LOST SATELLITE 45
(January 27, 2013)
There was a hole for many years in the Satellite/Stax discography and the Satellite 102 single (Nobody's Darling / Not Forgetting You) was supposed to have never been published. It did not exist even in the earliest Stax catalogs. Two copies were finally found in a warehouse and are the only known copies. It is a hillbilly recording made by the young Jim Stewart in his barber's garage. Not memorable but the list is now complete!
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