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The Definitive Soul Collection
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Album: The Definitive Soul Collection
# Song Title   Time
1)    Green Onions
2)    Behave Yourself
3)    Jellybread
4)    Home Grown
5)    Chinese Checkers
6)    Mo' Onions
7)    Tic-Tac-Toe
8)    Soul Dressing
9)    Can't Be Still
10)    Terrible Thing
11)    Boot-Leg
12)    Outrage
13)    Be My Lady
14)    Summertime
15)    Jingle Bells
1)    Hip Hug-Her
2)    My Sweet Potato
3)    Booker-Loo
4)    Groovin'
5)    Slim Jenkins' Place
6)    Soul Sanction
7)    Pigmy
8)    Red Beans and Rice - (live)
9)    Soul-Limbo
10)    Hang 'Em High
11)    Time Is Tight
12)    Mrs. Robinson
13)    Slum Baby
14)    Something
15)    Melting Pot
 

Album: The Definitive Soul Collection
# Song Title   Time
1)    Green Onions
2)    Behave Yourself
3)    Jellybread
4)    Home Grown
5)    Chinese Checkers
6)    Mo' Onions
7)    Tic-Tac-Toe
8)    Soul Dressing
9)    Can't Be Still
10)    Terrible Thing
11)    Boot-Leg
12)    Outrage
13)    Be My Lady
14)    Summertime
15)    Jingle Bells
1)    Hip Hug-Her
2)    My Sweet Potato
3)    Booker-Loo
4)    Groovin'
5)    Slim Jenkins' Place
6)    Soul Sanction
7)    Pigmy
8)    Red Beans and Rice - (live)
9)    Soul-Limbo
10)    Hang 'Em High
11)    Time Is Tight
12)    Mrs. Robinson
13)    Slum Baby
14)    Something
15)    Melting Pot
 
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Performer Notes
  • Booker T. & the MG's: Booker T. Washington, Donald "Duck" Dunn, Al Jackson, Jr. , Steve Cooper.
  • Audio Remasterers: Dave Schultz; Daniel Hersch; Bill Inglot.
  • Photographer: Baron Wolman.
  • Part of Rhino's thorough DEFINITIVE SOUL series of single-artist R&B anthologies, this is a 30-track retrospective covering the entire career of one of soul music's most important instrumental acts, Booker T. and the MG's. From their smash hit single "Green Onions" through beloved fan favorites like "Jellybread" and "Hip Hug-Her," the combination of organist Booker T. Jones, guitarist Steve Cropper, bassist Donald "Duck" Dunn, and drummer Al Jackson, Jr., defined 1960s soul in general and the sound of Stax Records in particular. (As the Stax house band, Booker T. and the MG's backed nearly every singer on the roster.) Of particular note are the groovy psychedelic soul tracks near the set's end, particularly their outstanding version of "Something" from 1970's MCLEMORE AVENUE, their soul-jazz tribute to the Beatles' ABBEY ROAD.
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