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Various Artists - Going Home: The Road to Soul: Memphis, Stax and the Awakening of Southern Soul mp3 flac

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The Heart Of Southern Soul, From Nashville To Memphis And Muscle Shoals ‎(CD, Comp, Mono).

and Dial, southern soul was all about emotion and groove and always sounded rougher, sexier, and more dangerous than what northern labels like Motown were doing in the same time period. Truthfully, southern soul was what it was because of the high mixture of passionate gospel in its DNA, as if these artists hoped to sing their way out of hell and into heaven

75 Southern soul masterpieces, told from three different perspectives. When, nearly a decade ago, Tony Rounce and I began putting together a box set looking at the world of southern soul, it was done out of a deep abiding love of the music. We thought it would be an easy project that would sell a few thousand copies. Instead it was a mammoth operation that took three years to complete and when finished helped define the music we love for a mainstream audience. Disc One brings another view on the recordings of Muscle Shoals and Memphis. This time we focus more on artists who weren’t native to those areas: Solomon Burke recording at American, Mary Wells at Fame or Betty LaVette at Sounds Of Memphis. These studios were being used to revitalise waning careers or kickstart those that had yet to get going.

Southern soul is a type of soul music that emerged from the Southern United States. The music originated from a combination of styles, including blues (both 12 bar and jump), country, early rock and roll, and a strong gospel influence that emanated from the sounds of Southern black churches. The focus of the music was not on its lyrics, but on the "feel" or the groove. This rhythmic force made it a strong influence in the rise of funk music

Soul Comes Home: A Celebration of Stax Records and Memphis Soul Music. Find this Pin and more on ME TIME by Sharon White. Stax Records was the true home of Southern soul music in the '60s. Creating music with passion, grit, and groove was what Stax was all. More information. One For My Baby (And One More For the Road) - David "Fathead" Newman. The music originated from a combination of styles, including blues (both 12 bar and jump), country, early rock and roll, and a strong gospel influence that emanated from the sounds of Southern African-American churches. This rhythmic force made it a strong influence in the rise of funk music. The Stax label's most successful artist of the 1960s, Otis Redding, was influenced by fellow Georgia native Little Richard and the more cosmopolitan sounds of Mississippi-born Sam Cooke. Other Stax artists of note included Carla Thomas, Eddie Floyd, Johnnie Taylor, The Staple Singers, and Isaac Hayes. Atlantic Records artists Sam & Dave's records were released on the Stax label and featured the MGs.

Soul music combines elements from R&B and African-American gospel music. It is born from the spirit and the secular, having an emphasis on vocalists and making use of a traditional call-and-response between the lead singer and chorus, but instead of strictly spiritual themes, it melds those themes with desire and heartbreak. It began in the ‘50s with artists like Sam Cooke and James Brown.

The Bo-Keys have carried the torch for Memphis soul music since the late Nineties. Bassist/bandleader Scott Bomar waxed rhapsodic about that sound and Heartaches by the Numbers, the band’s third LP, which drops while they’re in town with vocalists Percy Wiggins and Don Bryant for a three-night stint at Antone’s: Th. April 28, through Sa. April 30. Austin Chronicle: I assume the name of your band is a nod to Memphis instrumental soul bands like both the Bar-Kays and Mar-Keys, right? Scott Bomar: That’s exactly right. Really heavily influenced by the Hi Records sound, and the Stax Records sound. For this new album, I really got more into the Muscle Shoals sound and what was going on at Fame Studios in the Sixties. Also, what Chips Moman was doing at American Studios here in Memphis.

Funk, Soul, . unk) Bootsy Collins - Christmas Is 4 Ever - 2006, FLAC (tracks+. Killer hooks, fatback mid-tempo beat and beautifully orchestrated, it mixes the down-home grit of abama soul and the right amount of tasteful, subdued gloss. The same goes for the wistful, brooding "Friend," where a slight folksy feel is evident, whereas "I Let My Chance Go By" firmly focuses on a funky, soulful groove, augmented with plenty of horns.

Track List - Disc 1

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Fool in Love The Veltones
2 Someday The Veltones
3 Please Please Please The "5" Royales
4 You Don't Love Me Willie Cobbs
5 Baby Tell it Like it Is Donald Hines
6 I'm So Glad Donald Hines
7 You Make Me Feel So Good The Chips
8 As You Can See The Chips
9 A Love of My Own Carla Thomas
10 I Didn't Believe Rufus & Friend
11 Bobby is a Bad, Bad Boy Barbara Perry
12 White Satin Barbara Perry
13 I'm Going Home Prince Conley
14 All the Way Prince Conley
15 You Don't Miss Your Water William Bell
16 Formula of Love William Bell
17 Sugar Baby Roy Brown
18 Hey, Hey Pretty Baby Dave Dixon
19 I'll Let Nothing Separate Me Larry Birdsong
20 Too Much in Need The "5" Royales
21 One More Time, Pt. 1 Gene "Bowlegs" Miller
22 Rockin' Chair Charles James
23 Thief in the Night Charles James
24 Hunky Twist Gene "Bowlegs" Miller
25 Until You Were Gone Joe Perkins
26 I'm Not Gonna Leave Joe Perkins
27 Don't Make Me Cry Freddie North
28 Someday She'll Come Along Freddie North
29 No Tears The Tonettes
30 Please Don't Go The Tonettes
31 The Crawl, Pt. 1 Willie Mitchell
32 The Crawl, Pt. 2 Willie Mitchell
33 Little Miss Love Jeb Stuart

Track List - Disc 2

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Why Should I Suffer with the Blues Canes
2 I'll Never Give Her Up Canes
3 Just Across the Street The Del Rios
4 There's a Love The Del Rios
5 It's Aw-Rite Rufus Thomas
6 Can't Ever Let You Go Rufus Thomas
7 Please Help Me I'm Falling William Bell
8 Any Other Way William Bell
9 These Arms of Mine Otis Redding
10 Hey Hey Baby Otis Redding
11 Please Wait Charles James
12 One Mint Julep Charles James
13 Drippin' Willie Mitchell
14 Practice Makes Perfect David Porter
15 Words Can Never Say David Porter
16 I Can't Keep from Crying Larry Birdsong
17 I Ain't Never Jeb Stuart
18 Crying Over You The Lyrics
19 Forget About (The Heartaches) Maxine & Stinson
20 Don’t Leave Me George Jackson / Louie Palmer
21 How Do You Quit Drinking Wine George Jackson / Louie Palmer
22 Search No More Jimmy Dotson
23 Laura We're on Our Last Go Round Isaac Hayes
24 C.C. Rider Isaac Hayes
25 Thank You for Calling Lee Roye
26 Skoobie Doo Lee Roye
27 Jeannie, Jeannie Jeb Stuart
28 Must I Keep on Waiting Jeb Stuart
29 Catch that Teardrop The "5" Royales
30 I Don't Care George Jackson / Louie Palmer
31 Have I Been Untrue I Don't Care George Jackson / Louie Palmer

Credits:

The "5" Royales - Primary Artist
William Bell - Primary Artist
Larry Birdsong - Primary Artist
Roy Brown - Primary Artist
Canes - Primary Artist
The Chips - Primary Artist
Willie Cobbs - Primary Artist
Prince Conley - Primary Artist
The Del Rios - Primary Artist
Dave Dixon - Primary Artist
Jimmy Dotson - Primary Artist
Isaac Hayes - Primary Artist
Donald Hines - Primary Artist
George Jackson - Primary Artist
Charles James - Primary Artist
The Lyrics - Primary Artist
Maxine & Stinson - Primary Artist
Gene "Bowlegs" Miller - Primary Artist
Willie Mitchell - Primary Artist
Freddie North - Primary Artist
Louie Palmer - Primary Artist
Joe Perkins - Primary Artist
Barbara Perry - Primary Artist
David Porter - Primary Artist
Otis Redding - Primary Artist
Lee Roye - Primary Artist
Rufus & Friend - Primary Artist
Jeb Stuart - Primary Artist
Carla Thomas - Primary Artist
Rufus Thomas - Primary Artist
The Tonettes - Primary Artist
The Veltones - Primary Artist