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In the case of Booker T. & the MGs, their seemingly sudden success had quite a
back story. Keyboardist Booker T. Jones, guitarist Steve Crooper, bassist Lewie ...
Unlike the unsung Funk Brothers of Motown fame, Booker T and The MGs
released their own music as well. After they parted ways, Jones released several
And would multiplatinum-selling artists risk ridicule by recording another artist's
work if they didn't love it? Booker T. & the MGs wanted to pay tribute to one of the
Instead it advertises 4 white guys from New York whose music could be the
missing link between Booker T & The MG's and The Who, Sam & Dave and KISS,
Three middle songs pay homage to great '60s music. "Periodically Double or
Triple" invokes soulful keyboard scales that would make Booker T & the MGs
Several years ago there was a book titled The Death of Rhythm and Blues. ...
When Donald “Duck” Dunn joined his backing band, Booker T & the MG's, the ...
RZA's disc is much more of a chill session and definitely the more recognizable of
the discs. Lynn Collins, Bobbi Humphrey, Sly and Booker T. and the MGs are ...
We ain't got no hippies down in Mississippi/ But we're funky just the same ... eight
extra cuts recorded at the same time with Booker T. & the MG's backing him up.
That same "voice" was also ever-present in his trumpet playing: contemplative,
lyrical, not-showy, and dedicated to the spaces in the music. Baker wasn't a ...
Copper Blue/Beaster EP & File Under: Easy Listening Reissues (Merge). ... As
part of that tsunami of mid-'90s nostalgia, Sugar -- a band that wasn't even signed