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Part two of our feature on William Bell, Interview with William Bell, architect of the Stax sound, who at 83 has just released his 15th album.
Interview with William Bell, architect of the Stax sound, who at 83 has just released his 15th album.
Craft Recordings Celebrates Stax Records with Collection ‘Written in Their Soul: The Stax Songwriter Demos’
7-CD collection showcases the Memphis label like never before.
Today is the birthday of the late Albert King, a man who made a flying-v shaped stamp on music that has influenced countless bluesmen and rockers after him.
Stewart was co-founder of Stax Records in Memphis, where, during an era of racial strife, white musicians and producers worked alongside Black singers, songwriters and instrumentalists to create the “Memphis Sound.”
Grammy Winning Producer Jim Gaines Tells His Story to Lee Zimmerman in
‘Thirty Years Behind The Glass’
The story of Stax has many chapters. So, here are ten facts you may not know about Stax Records.
The laundry list of soul/blues luminaries for whom Howard Grimes played reads like a ‘Who’s Who’ of Memphis celebrities.
Howard Grimes Gives a Lesson in Memphis Soul History With Autobiography ‘Timekeeper: My Life in Rhythm’
From nearly dying in childbirth, to playing his first professional gig at age 12, to becoming a father at 15, to being one of the most sought-after studio drummers in history, to his status as living legend, ‘Timekeeper: My Life in Rhythm’ is Howard Grimes’ unvarnished life story.
Craft Recordings Releases Timely Video For The Staple Singers’ ‘Respect Yourself’
Animated video premieres ahead of 7-CD box set ‘Come Go With Me: The Stax Collection’ available November 13th