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Ill Play The Blues For You - Various - Wattstax The Living Word

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  1. Wattstax: The Living Word als 2-LP, mit Tracklist und weiteren Infos Informationen zum Tonträger Wattstax: The Living Word, 2-LP, , Live, Gatefold Wattstax: The Living Word - .
  2. "I'll Play The Blues For You", performed by Albert King "Walking the Back Streets and Crying", performed by Little Milton "Jody's Got Your Girl and Gone", performed by Johnnie Taylor "I May Not Be What You Want", performed by Mel and Tim "Pick Up the Pieces", performed by Carla Thomas "Breakdown", performed by Rufus ThomasProduction company: Stax Records, Wolper Productions.
  3. Jun 29,  · I'll Play The Blues For You (Live At The Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum / ) · Albert King Wattstax: The Living Word ℗ Stax Records, Stax Records, a .
  4. The soundtrack album to the festival, ‘Wattstax: The Living Word’ captured the power, heart and sense of unity and purpose behind the pioneering event. If you were African-American and Author: Ian Mccann.
  5. May 18,  · This album, Wattstax: The Living Word was released by the Stax label in (or early '73) and has soul titles by various artists. You name the artists, and they were there at this wonderful and historic event on August 20, (this was also known as the "Black Woodstock")/5(2).
  6. Wattstax: The Living Word, a Various Artists Album. Released in February on Stax (catalog no. STS; Vinyl LP). Genres: Funk, Southern Soul, Rhythm & Blues, Soul. Featured peformers: Al Bell (producer), Terry Manning (assistant producer, remixer, editing), Tom Nixon (assistant producer, supervisor, remixer, editing), William C. Brown III (recording engineer), Dave Purple (supervisor /5(8).
  7. I'll play the blues for you Spoken word over two verses Come on man, say that again. Let’s talk about loneliness etc. Gm Ain't no big name Oh lord I ain't no big star Cm7+ Gm I'll play the blues for you On my guitar (or wherever you are) Bb7 Dm7 Cm7 D7.
  8. Apr 14,  · Of course, the only difference is that Wattstax was a 7 hour concert, and not a weekend long event, there was no drug use and absolutely no nudity during this show. The Staple Singers, Isaac Hayes, Rufus and Carla Thomas, The Bar-Kays, The Soul Children, and a few others were all there on the 7th anniversary of the infamous Watts riots from /5(12).

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