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Various Artists - Nobody Wins: Stax Southern Soul 1968-1975 flac mp3
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Various Artists
Album:
Nobody Wins: Stax Southern Soul 1968-1975
Date of release:
March 26, 2012
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01:09:11
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Nobody Wins: Stax Southern Soul 1968-1975. Ace, Kent CDKEND 370. CD.

Various Artists-Nobody Wins - Stax Southern Soul 1968-19 (US IMPORT) CD NEW. Artist: Various Artists.

the mgs. from 1968 onwards the label widened its reach and, although records were still cut in their own studio, the label was also using studios in other parts of the city and the south. nobody wins' follows these developments through a mixture of rare gems, previously unreleased tracks and a sprinkling of classics. here are 22 tracks that demonstrate that stax remained at the top of the southern soul pile until it shut up shop in 1975. Various - Nobody Wins: Stax Southern Soul 1968-1975.

The Ace Records family has reissued numerous collector-oriented compilations from the Stax vaults over the years, and this 2012 anthology was intended as the first of a planned series on its Kent subsidiary focusing on Stax tracks from the late ’60s and early ’70s. The 21 tracks all focus on Stax recordings that fall into the Southern deep soul category - not a problem as such soul abounded on the label, though these might be more deep soul-oriented than the typical Stax reissue. And while some of the artists (Johnnie Taylor, Jimmy Hughes, William Bell, Inez Foxx, Eddie Floyd, Mable John, Little Milton) at various points had substantial hits (though not always for Stax), they’re outweighed by acts that will largely be recognized only by those that study the fine print of Stax discographies.

07 Sir Mack Rice - Nobody Wins Til The Game Is Over. 17 Johnnie Taylor - Will You Love Me Forever. 04 The Soul Children - Move Over. 10 Inez Foxx - Crossing Over The Bridge. 14 Ollie & The Nightingales - You're Leaving M. p3. 01 Johnny Daye - Stay Baby Stay. 08 Freddie Waters - Groovin' On My Baby's Love. 15 Sylvia & The Blue Jays - The Fault Is Not In M. 18 Calvin Scott - I Never Found A Girl To Love Me Like You D.

Nobody Wins follows these developments through a mixture of rare gems, previously unreleased tracks and a sprinkling of classics. Of the previously unreleased numbers, the earliest is the Charmels’ ‘I’ve Done It Again’ from what was probably the under-recorded vocal group’s last Stax session. out individual tracks, this is an album for listening to all the way through, the quality as high on the rare tracks as on the more familiar. as great an introduction to southern soul as you could possibly wish for. Tracklist. STAY BABY STAY - Johnny Daye. I'VE DONE IT AGAIN - The Charmels. LOVE CHANGES - Charlene & The Soul Seranaders. MOVE OVER - The Soul Children. HOLD ON THIS TIME - Chuck Brooks. Where was he? - Jimmy Lewis.

Having been a Southern Soul fan for many years, I've acquired comprehensive collections of Aretha, Sam & Dave, Otis Redding, Candi Staton, Clarence Carter, Al Green, Ann Peebles, and others. There are only a few representations of these artists on here- which means it can by no means claim to be comprehensive. If like me, you believe R&B is emphatically NOT Soul and that Soul died somewhere around 1975, you will find gem after gem to love here- I can't find a clunker on it. The obscure artists here are unfairly neglected and will send you hunting down more by them. I bought this as well as the Fame Studio album. This 3 cd set is full of music to die for. From Etta James with I'd Rather Go Blind to Clarence Carter with Slip Away or Al Green with Tired of Being Alone these 3 cd's are full of excellent soul music form days long ago, when I was young.

The set is a definitive portrait of gritty, deep Southern soul. For any serious soul or rock collector, it's an essential set, since Stax-Volt was not only a musically revolutionary label, its roster was deep with talent, which means much of the music on this collection is first-rate. 11 of these singles charted on Billboard.

Format: CD. In stock. Nobody Wins - Stax Southern Soul 1968-75 quantity. Format: CD. Grade: New (About gradings). Interesting compilation featuring some of the lesser known Southern Soul tracks to come out on Stax between 1968-75. The labels big hitters like Johnnie Taylor ‘Will You Love Me Tomorrow’, William Bell ‘Lovin On Borrowed Time’, Soul Children ‘Move On’ and Eddie Floyd ‘Stealing Love’ are joined by rare singles from Mack Rice, Freddie Walters and Jimmy Hughes

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Stay Baby Stay Steve Cropper / Johnny Daye / Joe Rock Johnny Daye 2:48
2 I've Done It Again The Charmels 3:28
3 Love Changes Carl Lumbus / Lucy Southern Charlene & the Soul Seranaders 3:52
4 Move Over Isaac Hayes / David Porter The Soul Children 2:55
5 Hold On This Time Homer Banks / Don Davis / Raymond Jackson Chuck Brooks 3:30
6 Where Was He? Jimmy Lewis Jimmy Lewis 3:10
7 Nobody Wins 'Til the Game Is Over Bettye Crutcher / Sir Mack Rice Sir Mack Rice 3:04
8 Groovin' on My Baby's Love Robert Lee Holmes / Ted Jarrett Freddie Waters 2:45
9 Stealing Love Eddie Floyd Eddie Floyd 3:51
10 Crossing Over the Bridge Inez Foxx / Sir Mack Rice Inez Foxx 2:52
11 Make a Joyful Noise Bettye Crutcher 5:04
12 Lovin' on Borrowed Time Homer Banks / William Bell / Joe Shamwell William Bell 3:56
13 Two Fools Willie Singleton 3:18
14 You're Leaving Me Ollie & the Nightingales 2:50
15 The Fault Is Not in Me Sylvia and the Blue Jays 2:44
16 Shouldn't I Love Him Homer Banks / Steve Cropper Mable John 2:30
17 Will You Love Me Forever Homer Banks / Bettye Crutcher / Raymond Jackson Johnnie Taylor 2:57
18 I've Never Found a Girl to Love Me Like You Do Al Bell / Eddie Floyd / Booker T. Jones Calvin Scott 2:40
19 Let 'Em Down Baby Homer Banks / Isaac Hayes / David Porter Jimmy Hughes 2:39
20 A Love Affair That Bears No Pain Homer Banks / Raymond Jackson Shack 4:07
21 Woman Across the River Bettye Crutcher / Allen Jones Little Milton 4:11

Credits

Homer Banks - Composer, Producer
Al Bell - Composer
William Bell - Composer, Primary Artist, Producer
Chuck Brooks - Primary Artist
Henry Bush - Producer
Milton Campbell - Producer
Charlene & the Soul Seranaders - Primary Artist
The Charmels - Primary Artist
Bill Cofield - Producer
Steve Cropper - Composer, Producer
Bettye Crutcher - Composer, Primary Artist
Don Davis - Composer, Producer
Johnny Daye - Composer, Primary Artist
Neil Dell - Package Design
Rob Finnis - Cover Photo
Eddie Floyd - Composer, Primary Artist, Producer
Inez Foxx - Composer, Primary Artist
Willie Hall - Producer
Isaac Hayes - Composer, Producer
Bob Holmes - Producer
Robert Lee Holmes - Composer
Jimmy Hughes - Primary Artist
Al Jackson, Jr. - Producer
Raymond Jackson - Composer, Producer
Ted Jarrett - Composer, Producer
Mable John - Primary Artist
Allen Jones - Composer
Booker T. Jones - Composer
Jimmy Lewis - Composer, Primary Artist, Producer
Little Milton - Primary Artist
Carl Lumbus - Composer, Producer
James Mitchell - Arranger
Ollie & the Nightingales - Primary Artist
Clarence Paul - Producer
David Porter - Composer, Producer
Sir Mack Rice - Composer, Primary Artist
Nick Robbins - Mastering
Joe Rock - Composer
Dean Rudland - Liner Notes
Calvin Scott - Primary Artist
Shack - Primary Artist
Joe Shamwell - Composer
Willie Singleton - Primary Artist
The Soul Children - Primary Artist
Lucy Southern - Composer
Randy Stewart - Producer
Sylvia and the Blue Jays - Primary Artist
Johnnie Taylor - Primary Artist
Jim Thomas - Producer
Freddie Waters - Primary Artist
We Three - Producer