Syl Johnson, Al Green, Ann Peebles, Otis Clay - All About The Memphis Soul (Vinyl, LP)


Download Syl Johnson, Al Green, Ann Peebles, Otis Clay - All About The Memphis Soul (Vinyl, LP)
1974
Label: London Records - DY4907-6 • Format: Vinyl LP, Compilation, Promo • Country: Japan • Genre: Funk / Soul •


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9 Replies to “ Syl Johnson, Al Green, Ann Peebles, Otis Clay - All About The Memphis Soul (Vinyl, LP) ”

  1. Hi Records is the premier Memphis Soul Record Label of the 's and home to Al Green, Ann Peebles, Syl Johnson, Otis Clay, Willie Mitchell, and more History In its glorious history, Hi Records ran the gamut from instrumental hits by Bill Black's Combo and Ace Cannon to intimate rhythm and blues by Al Green, Ann Peebles, Otis Clay and Syl Johnson.
  2. Compilation subtitled 'Hi Records Deep Soul Brothers ', featuring Otis Clay, O. V. Wright, Syl Johnson, & many more. A mixture of deep soul ballads, dance numbers, & some funk, all 26 tracks have one thing in common - pure Memphis magic! Includes page booklet with extensive liner notes on the artists. Demon. /4(3).
  3. Flush with success by , Hi became a hive of activity and a fully edged soul music hit factory, as artists from the north (Syl Johnson, Otis Clay) - decamped to Memphis to record at Royal to hook up with staff songwriters like Don Bryant and Earl Randle/5(10).
  4. – Otis Clay: Trying To Live My Life Without You: – Syl Johnson: Take Me To The River: – Al Green: You Ought To Be With Me: – Ann Peebles: I Can't Stand The Rain: – Willie Mitchell: Soul Serenade: – Syl Johnson: Back For A Taste Of Your Love: – Otis Clay: If I Could Reach Out: – Ann Peebles: I'm Gonna.
  5. This is a very welcome two disc budget release featuring 48 tracks recorded for Memphis' legendary Hi Records between and All of the big name are here - Al Green, Ann Peebles, Syl Johnson, Otis Clay, O.V. Wright and the man behind it all, label owner Willie Mitchell/5(10).
  6. – Ann Peebles: I Can't Stand The Rain: C2 – Otis Clay: I Didn't Know The Meaning Of Pain: C3 – Quiet Elegance: You've Got My Mind Messed Up: C4 – Syl Johnson: Back For A Taste Of Your Love: C5 – Veniece: I Still Love You: C6 – Al Green: Full Of Fire: D1 – Syl Johnson: I Only Have Love: D2 – Ann Peebles: You Keep Me: D3 – Joe L.
  7. Royal Memphis Soul is a superb, track box set that collects all the highlights, both well-known and obscure, from the Hi Records vaults. Hi was one of the handful of great soul labels of the early '70s, featuring such artists as Al Green, Ann Peebles, Syl Johnson and Otis freerinolgiesoilia.taiquilavitorkastperstalversvesehuck.co's popularity and reputation has tended to overshadow the other artists, who were all capable of delivering.
  8. Various ‎– Royal Memphis Soul Label: Hi Records ‎– HiBOOK 11 – Ann Peebles: 99 Lbs: – Syl Johnson: Excellent compilation, a must-have, especially for awesome tracks never released on CD format, as far as i know, like Otis Clay "It Was Jealousy", Norm West "Hey Little Girl", for instance.
  9. Syl Johnson’s apple never fell far from that tree. When this bluesman-at-heart felt his career tapering off early in the s, his tendency toward self-mythologizing gained momentum. If he couldn’t enjoy the successes of an Al Green or a James Brown, he could surely concoct for .

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