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https://plus.google.com/100232836166031170535 Rondal Millhorn : Listening to Rhino Hi-Five: Booker T. & The MG's [Vol. 2] by Booker T. & The MGs on Rhapsody http://...
Listening to Rhino Hi-Five: Booker T. & The MG's [Vol. 2] by Booker T. & The MGs on Rhapsody http://www.rhapsody.com/album/Alb.12750212
Rhino Hi-Five: Booker T. & The MG's [Vol. 2] (EP)
An album by Booker T. & The MGs on Rhapsody
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https://plus.google.com/107205917430099482216 Old Songs : Booker T. and the MGs Greatest Hits || Booker T. and the MGs Songs Playlist (Full Album)
Booker T. and the MGs Greatest Hits || Booker T. and the MGs Songs Playlist (Full Album)
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Booker T. and the MGs Greatest Hits || Booker T. and the MGs Songs Playlist (Full Album) Booker T. & the M.G.'s is an instrumental R&B/funk band that was influential in shaping the sound of Southern soul and Memphis soul. Original members of the group were Booker T. Jones (organ, piano), Steve Cropper (guitar), Lewie Steinberg (bass), and Al Jackson, Jr. (drums). In the 1960s, as members of the house band of Stax Records, they played on hundreds of recordings by artists such as Wilson Pickett, Otis Redding, Bill Withers, Sam & Dave, Carla and Rufus Thomas and Johnnie Taylor. They also released instrumental records under their own name, such as the 1962 hit single "Green Onions". As originators of the unique Stax sound, the group was one of the most prolific, respected, and imitated of their era. By the mid-1960s, bands on both sides of the Atlantic were trying to sound like Booker T. & the M.G.'s. --------------- HAVE A GOOD TIME -------------- Playlist: 00:00 01. Chinese Chec...
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https://plus.google.com/116983889238744861637 Correia S. : Booker T. and the MGs Greatest Hits || Booker T. and the MGs Songs Playlist (Full Album)
Booker T. and the MGs Greatest Hits || Booker T. and the MGs Songs Playlist (Full Album)
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Playlist: 00:00 01. Chinese Checkers 03:06 02. Green Onions 06:43 03. Time Is Tight 12:56 04. Soul Limbo 15:07 05. Melting Pot 26:14 06. Hip Hug-Her 29:24 07. Burnt Biscuits 32:15 08. Jelly Bread 35:24 09. Boot Leg 39:26 10. Hang ’Em High 44:22 11. Heads Or Tails 47:32 12. Lady Madonna 52:02 13. Over Easy 57:08 14. Soul Clap '69 01:00:31 15. Something 01:05:46 16. Sunday Sermon 01:10:56 17. Fuquawi 01:15:35 18. Mo' Onions 01:19:13 19. The Beat Goes On 01:22:33 20. Summertime 01:28:25 21. Soul Dressing 01:32:08 22. My Sweet Potato 01:35:36 23. Groovin' 01:39:03 24. Slim Jenkins' Place 01:42:13 25. Mrs. Robinson 01:46:52 26. You Can't Sit Down 01:50:26 27. Can't Be Still 01:52:56 28. Don't Mess up a Good Thing 01:56:22 29. You Don't Love Me
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https://plus.google.com/105119306387414987123 Joy S. Correia : Booker T. and the MGs Greatest Hits https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NPdp87prmcM
Booker T. and the MGs Greatest Hits
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Watch the video: Booker T. and the MGs Greatest Hits || Booker T. and the MGs Songs Playlist (Full Album)
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Booker T. and the MGs Greatest Hits || Booker T. and the MGs Songs Playlist (Full Album) Booker T. & the M.G.'s is an instrumental R&B/funk band that was inf...
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https://plus.google.com/115676795373159597393 Cheryl C. : ** Can't sing along to these songs No lyrics are needed for the tunes included in this week's Flashback...
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Can't sing along to these songs No lyrics are needed for the tunes included in this week's Flashback Friday .  We'll slide into the 60's for this crop of cool instrumentals.  First up is Booker T. and the M.G.s and their iconic Green Onions.  I couldn't nai...
The Bleating Sheep...searching for some light in a darkish World
Can't sing along to these songs No lyrics are needed for the tunes included in this week's Flashback Friday.  We'll slide into the 60's for this crop of cool instrumentals.  First up is Booker T. and the M.G.s and their ...
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https://plus.google.com/112999014096523285790 Matthew “Atari” Eargle : Rest in peace, Duck. You helped bring the groove early in my life, and I’ve been digging those bass ...
Rest in peace, Duck. You helped bring the groove early in my life, and I’ve been digging those bass lines since! As one fourth of Booker T. and the MGs, Dunn helped lay the foundation of Memphis soul. Source: Stax Bassist Duck Dunn Remembered In Memphis :…
Stax Bassist Duck Dunn Remembered In Memphis - Wingin' It
Rest in peace, Duck. You helped bring the groove early in my life, and I’ve been digging those bass lines since! As one fourth of Booker T. and the MGs, Dunn helped lay the foundation of Memphis soul. Source: Stax Bassist Duck Dunn Remembered In Memphis : The Record : NPR Related
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https://plus.google.com/108361963861293400942 Omar Lencina : Booker T And The MGS - "Groovin" (1967)
Booker T And The MGS - "Groovin" (1967)
Watch the video: Booker T and the MGs - "Groovin'" - '67
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Mr Jones' version of the dreamy classic. While you're listening to it, hit http://morpheusatloppers.wordpress.com/2010/08/30/morpheus-on-castaway-cartoons/ -...
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https://plus.google.com/105350853095737425423 Barry Shankman : 04/19/2015 Sam Moore and Dave Prater represent the true meaning of Soulful Sunday ."I'm A Soul Man"the...
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Sam Moore and Dave Prater represent the true meaning of Soulful Sunday ."I'm A Soul Man"the meaning behind the lyrics of this tune was one of the stronger statements on being a BLACK man in the South.SO please please please, "Hold On I'm Comin", Stax had so many great artist here is just a touch of SAM & DAVE.. not only did they help drive the MEMPHIS SOUND and STAX they brought that Southern Soul all over America till the popularity made them international stars )O( ENJOY this several song upload of STAX sounds and listen understand what was going on in the political arena and how SOUL MUSIC helped advance the movement.. Voice of Memphis Music... Tall Cotton Productions ..I am posting almost an hour of some mighty fine R&B Soul for you to listen to as for the next few weeks till the start of September we will be posting," TALL COTTON PRODUCTIONS in NEW YORK",... Skip advertisement in beginning of each cut SORRY Sam Moore and Dave Prater both experienced gospel music singers, having performed individually with groups the Sensational Hummingbirds and The Melionaires. They met in The King of Hearts Club in Miami in 1961, where they were discovered by regional producer Henry Stone, who signed them to Roulette Records. After modest success at Roulette,they were signed by Jerry Wexler to Atlantic Records in 1964, then being 'loaned' out to Stax Records to produce, record and release their records.
The duo's November 1965 single, "You Don't Know Like I Know," started a series of ten straight top twenty Billboard R&B hits that included "Hold On! I'm Comin'" (1966), "You Got Me Hummin' (1966), "When Something Is Wrong with My Baby" (1967), "Soul Man" (1967), and "I Thank You" (1968). Most of their hits were penned by Isaac Hayes and Dave Porter. In most recordings, they were also backed by Hayes on piano with Booker T and the MGs and The Memphis Horns. The ending of their association with the Stax record label and their frequently volatile relationship contributed to their first break-up in 1970.

Sam & Dave performed throughout most of the 1970s through 1981, and enjoyed a brief resurgence in popularity due to The Blues Brothers's 1979 recording of "Soul Man". Their last performance together was on December 31, 1981, at the Old Waldorf in San Francisco. On 9 April 1988, Prater died in a car crash in Sycamore, Georgia.
Thanks to Wikipedia, Google, Tracy's web site, & )o( br toad Voice of Memphis Music & Cotton Row Music & Records,Tall Cotton Productions, Br toad, blsfilm llc.. Barry Shankman*)O(*..
https://youtu.be/25xKEQ5PRcQ
Watch the video: Sam Dave - Soul Man (best quality + lyrics) - YouTube.flv
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https://plus.google.com/117338113241517380009 Barry Shankman : 04/19/2015 Sam Moore and Dave Prater represent the true meaning of Soulful Sunday ."I'm A Soul Man"the...
04/19/2015
Sam Moore and Dave Prater represent the true meaning of Soulful Sunday ."I'm A Soul Man"the meaning behind the lyrics of this tune was one of the stronger statements on being a BLACK man in the South.SO please please please, "Hold On I'm Comin", Stax had so many great artist here is just a touch of SAM & DAVE.. not only did they help drive the MEMPHIS SOUND and STAX they brought that Southern Soul all over America till the popularity made them international stars )O( ENJOY this several song upload of STAX sounds and listen understand what was going on in the political arena and how SOUL MUSIC helped advance the movement.. Voice of Memphis Music... Tall Cotton Productions ..I am posting almost an hour of some mighty fine R&B Soul for you to listen to as for the next few weeks till the start of September we will be posting," TALL COTTON PRODUCTIONS in NEW YORK",... Skip advertisement in beginning of each cut SORRY Sam Moore and Dave Prater both experienced gospel music singers, having performed individually with groups the Sensational Hummingbirds and The Melionaires. They met in The King of Hearts Club in Miami in 1961, where they were discovered by regional producer Henry Stone, who signed them to Roulette Records. After modest success at Roulette,they were signed by Jerry Wexler to Atlantic Records in 1964, then being 'loaned' out to Stax Records to produce, record and release their records.
The duo's November 1965 single, "You Don't Know Like I Know," started a series of ten straight top twenty Billboard R&B hits that included "Hold On! I'm Comin'" (1966), "You Got Me Hummin' (1966), "When Something Is Wrong with My Baby" (1967), "Soul Man" (1967), and "I Thank You" (1968). Most of their hits were penned by Isaac Hayes and Dave Porter. In most recordings, they were also backed by Hayes on piano with Booker T and the MGs and The Memphis Horns. The ending of their association with the Stax record label and their frequently volatile relationship contributed to their first break-up in 1970.

Sam & Dave performed throughout most of the 1970s through 1981, and enjoyed a brief resurgence in popularity due to The Blues Brothers's 1979 recording of "Soul Man". Their last performance together was on December 31, 1981, at the Old Waldorf in San Francisco. On 9 April 1988, Prater died in a car crash in Sycamore, Georgia.
Thanks to Wikipedia, Google, Tracy's web site, & )o( br toad Voice of Memphis Music & Cotton Row Music & Records,Tall Cotton Productions, Br toad, blsfilm llc.. Barry Shankman*)O(*..
https://youtu.be/25xKEQ5PRcQ
Watch the video: Sam Dave - Soul Man (best quality + lyrics) - YouTube.flv
https://lh4.googleusercontent.com/proxy/TH6COu29OK0Mctsr3OEqWIcX2-tnpub3ZGFTD4-CP4U48k1i03b1Dauiy1z225By0ds1n5ZTblaW2XZQz9sUuw=w506-h379

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https://plus.google.com/112903272695478642926 Barry Shankman : 04/19/2015 Sam Moore and Dave Prater represent the true meaning of Soulful Sunday ."I'm A Soul Man"the...
04/19/2015
Sam Moore and Dave Prater represent the true meaning of Soulful Sunday ."I'm A Soul Man"the meaning behind the lyrics of this tune was one of the stronger statements on being a BLACK man in the South.SO please please please, "Hold On I'm Comin", Stax had so many great artist here is just a touch of SAM & DAVE.. not only did they help drive the MEMPHIS SOUND and STAX they brought that Southern Soul all over America till the popularity made them international stars )O( ENJOY this several song upload of STAX sounds and listen understand what was going on in the political arena and how SOUL MUSIC helped advance the movement.. Voice of Memphis Music... Tall Cotton Productions ..I am posting almost an hour of some mighty fine R&B Soul for you to listen to as for the next few weeks till the start of September we will be posting," TALL COTTON PRODUCTIONS in NEW YORK",... Skip advertisement in beginning of each cut SORRY Sam Moore and Dave Prater both experienced gospel music singers, having performed individually with groups the Sensational Hummingbirds and The Melionaires. They met in The King of Hearts Club in Miami in 1961, where they were discovered by regional producer Henry Stone, who signed them to Roulette Records. After modest success at Roulette,they were signed by Jerry Wexler to Atlantic Records in 1964, then being 'loaned' out to Stax Records to produce, record and release their records.
The duo's November 1965 single, "You Don't Know Like I Know," started a series of ten straight top twenty Billboard R&B hits that included "Hold On! I'm Comin'" (1966), "You Got Me Hummin' (1966), "When Something Is Wrong with My Baby" (1967), "Soul Man" (1967), and "I Thank You" (1968). Most of their hits were penned by Isaac Hayes and Dave Porter. In most recordings, they were also backed by Hayes on piano with Booker T and the MGs and The Memphis Horns. The ending of their association with the Stax record label and their frequently volatile relationship contributed to their first break-up in 1970.

Sam & Dave performed throughout most of the 1970s through 1981, and enjoyed a brief resurgence in popularity due to The Blues Brothers's 1979 recording of "Soul Man". Their last performance together was on December 31, 1981, at the Old Waldorf in San Francisco. On 9 April 1988, Prater died in a car crash in Sycamore, Georgia.
Thanks to Wikipedia, Google, Tracy's web site, & )o( br toad Voice of Memphis Music & Cotton Row Music & Records,Tall Cotton Productions, Br toad, blsfilm llc.. Barry Shankman*)O(*..
https://youtu.be/25xKEQ5PRcQ
Watch the video: Sam Dave - Soul Man (best quality + lyrics) - YouTube.flv
https://lh4.googleusercontent.com/proxy/TH6COu29OK0Mctsr3OEqWIcX2-tnpub3ZGFTD4-CP4U48k1i03b1Dauiy1z225By0ds1n5ZTblaW2XZQz9sUuw=w506-h379

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https://plus.google.com/105983567498169971381 Barry Shankman : 04/19/2015 Sam Moore and Dave Prater represent the true meaning of Soulful Sunday ."I'm A Soul Man"the...
04/19/2015
Sam Moore and Dave Prater represent the true meaning of Soulful Sunday ."I'm A Soul Man"the meaning behind the lyrics of this tune was one of the stronger statements on being a BLACK man in the South.SO please please please, "Hold On I'm Comin", Stax had so many great artist here is just a touch of SAM & DAVE.. not only did they help drive the MEMPHIS SOUND and STAX they brought that Southern Soul all over America till the popularity made them international stars )O( ENJOY this several song upload of STAX sounds and listen understand what was going on in the political arena and how SOUL MUSIC helped advance the movement.. Voice of Memphis Music... Tall Cotton Productions ..I am posting almost an hour of some mighty fine R&B Soul for you to listen to as for the next few weeks till the start of September we will be posting," TALL COTTON PRODUCTIONS in NEW YORK",... Skip advertisement in beginning of each cut SORRY Sam Moore and Dave Prater both experienced gospel music singers, having performed individually with groups the Sensational Hummingbirds and The Melionaires. They met in The King of Hearts Club in Miami in 1961, where they were discovered by regional producer Henry Stone, who signed them to Roulette Records. After modest success at Roulette,they were signed by Jerry Wexler to Atlantic Records in 1964, then being 'loaned' out to Stax Records to produce, record and release their records.
The duo's November 1965 single, "You Don't Know Like I Know," started a series of ten straight top twenty Billboard R&B hits that included "Hold On! I'm Comin'" (1966), "You Got Me Hummin' (1966), "When Something Is Wrong with My Baby" (1967), "Soul Man" (1967), and "I Thank You" (1968). Most of their hits were penned by Isaac Hayes and Dave Porter. In most recordings, they were also backed by Hayes on piano with Booker T and the MGs and The Memphis Horns. The ending of their association with the Stax record label and their frequently volatile relationship contributed to their first break-up in 1970.

Sam & Dave performed throughout most of the 1970s through 1981, and enjoyed a brief resurgence in popularity due to The Blues Brothers's 1979 recording of "Soul Man". Their last performance together was on December 31, 1981, at the Old Waldorf in San Francisco. On 9 April 1988, Prater died in a car crash in Sycamore, Georgia.
Thanks to Wikipedia, Google, Tracy's web site, & )o( br toad Voice of Memphis Music & Cotton Row Music & Records,Tall Cotton Productions, Br toad, blsfilm llc.. Barry Shankman*)O(*..
https://youtu.be/25xKEQ5PRcQ
Watch the video: Sam Dave - Soul Man (best quality + lyrics) - YouTube.flv
https://lh4.googleusercontent.com/proxy/TH6COu29OK0Mctsr3OEqWIcX2-tnpub3ZGFTD4-CP4U48k1i03b1Dauiy1z225By0ds1n5ZTblaW2XZQz9sUuw=w506-h379

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https://plus.google.com/106204362728228234682 Barry Shankman : 04/19/2015 Sam Moore and Dave Prater represent the true meaning of Soulful Sunday ."I'm A Soul Man"the...
04/19/2015
Sam Moore and Dave Prater represent the true meaning of Soulful Sunday ."I'm A Soul Man"the meaning behind the lyrics of this tune was one of the stronger statements on being a BLACK man in the South.SO please please please, "Hold On I'm Comin", Stax had so many great artist here is just a touch of SAM & DAVE.. not only did they help drive the MEMPHIS SOUND and STAX they brought that Southern Soul all over America till the popularity made them international stars )O( ENJOY this several song upload of STAX sounds and listen understand what was going on in the political arena and how SOUL MUSIC helped advance the movement.. Voice of Memphis Music... Tall Cotton Productions ..I am posting almost an hour of some mighty fine R&B Soul for you to listen to as for the next few weeks till the start of September we will be posting," TALL COTTON PRODUCTIONS in NEW YORK",... Skip advertisement in beginning of each cut SORRY Sam Moore and Dave Prater both experienced gospel music singers, having performed individually with groups the Sensational Hummingbirds and The Melionaires. They met in The King of Hearts Club in Miami in 1961, where they were discovered by regional producer Henry Stone, who signed them to Roulette Records. After modest success at Roulette,they were signed by Jerry Wexler to Atlantic Records in 1964, then being 'loaned' out to Stax Records to produce, record and release their records.
The duo's November 1965 single, "You Don't Know Like I Know," started a series of ten straight top twenty Billboard R&B hits that included "Hold On! I'm Comin'" (1966), "You Got Me Hummin' (1966), "When Something Is Wrong with My Baby" (1967), "Soul Man" (1967), and "I Thank You" (1968). Most of their hits were penned by Isaac Hayes and Dave Porter. In most recordings, they were also backed by Hayes on piano with Booker T and the MGs and The Memphis Horns. The ending of their association with the Stax record label and their frequently volatile relationship contributed to their first break-up in 1970.

Sam & Dave performed throughout most of the 1970s through 1981, and enjoyed a brief resurgence in popularity due to The Blues Brothers's 1979 recording of "Soul Man". Their last performance together was on December 31, 1981, at the Old Waldorf in San Francisco. On 9 April 1988, Prater died in a car crash in Sycamore, Georgia.
Thanks to Wikipedia, Google, Tracy's web site, & )o( br toad Voice of Memphis Music & Cotton Row Music & Records,Tall Cotton Productions, Br toad, blsfilm llc.. Barry Shankman*)O(*..
https://youtu.be/25xKEQ5PRcQ
Watch the video: Sam Dave - Soul Man (best quality + lyrics) - YouTube.flv
https://lh4.googleusercontent.com/proxy/TH6COu29OK0Mctsr3OEqWIcX2-tnpub3ZGFTD4-CP4U48k1i03b1Dauiy1z225By0ds1n5ZTblaW2XZQz9sUuw=w506-h379

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https://plus.google.com/114643326900474584353 John Wolfenden : Eleanor Rigby Recortded at least 60 times by different artists Here's Ray Charles version www.youtube.com...
Eleanor Rigby

Recortded at least 60 times by different artists

Here's Ray Charles version
www.youtube.com/watch?v=lKcgeas-los

Steve Allen recorded a narrative recitation version as a 1967 orchestrated album track (despite having criticised rock music during the 1950s and 1960s).
Doodles Weaver recorded a comedic version for the record Feetlebaum Returns! that was also included on the album Dr. Demento's Delights.
Vanilla Fudge covered the song on their debut album Vanilla Fudge in 1967.
Joan Baez's 1967 version, included on her Joan album, was sung to classical orchestration arranged by Peter Schickele.
Richie Havens included his version of the song on his 1967 debut album Mixed Bag.
P.P. Arnold sang a cover of the song on her album The First Cut – The Immediate Anthology.
The Free Design recorded a cover on their second album, You Could Be Born Again.
Ray Charles released a version as a single and on his 1968 album A Portrait of Ray
Lia Dorana recorded a Dutch version, written by Seth Gaaikema on her 1968 album Lia Dorana '68.
Bobbie Gentry released a version on her 1968 album Local Gentry.
Big Jim Sullivan did a sitar reworking of the song on his 1968 album Lord Sitar.
Booker T and the MGs included an instrumental version on their 1968 Soul Limbo album release.
Aretha Franklin released a version as a single in 1969 and on her 1970 album This Girl's In Love With You.
Marty Gold covered the song on his 1969 album Moog Plays the Beatles.
Dutch group Sandy Coast recorded a version of the song which was released as a single in 1969 (POF 166).
Recorded under duress (from Columbia president Clive Davis, in search of more marketable material), Tony Bennett's poorly received 1970 album, Tony Sings the Great Hits of Today!, features a semi-spoken version, unflatteringly reminiscent of William Shatner's notorious 1968 cover of "Lucy in the Sky With Diamonds".
El Chicano released a cover of the song on their 1970 debut album Viva Tirado. It was one of nine songs on the album that produced their first El Chicano hit single, "Viva Tirado".
Rare Earth covered the song on their 1970 third album Ecology.
Jazz musicians such as the Jazz Crusaders, Wes Montgomery (on his 1967 album A Day in the Life), Stanley Jordan (on the 1985 album Magic Touch) and John Pizzarelli recorded it as an instrumental, with lead guitar taking over the vocal line. Jazz pianist Vince Guaraldi covered the song twice, on the 1968 album Vince Guaraldi and the San Francisco Boys Chorus and again on his 1970 album Alma-Ville.
Australian band Zoot released a psychedelic rock version in 1971 that reached #4 on the Australian charts and went gold after its 1980 re-release.
Australian folk singer Katie Noonan released a very fast jazz version on her Warner Bros. Records album Blackbird: The Songs Of Lennon & McCartney.
John Denver released a folk version on his 1970 album Whose Garden Was This.
The Percy Faith Strings released an instrumental version on The Beatles Album (1970).[41]
Don "Sugarcane" Harris, plays the song in the 1971 Album "Fiddler on the Rock".
German group The Rattles recorded an almost 10 min version of the song for their 1971 album "The Rattles" (Decca SKL R 5088).
Dutch group Dizzy Man's Band recorded an 8m 45s version of the song for their 1971 album Luctor et Emergo (CNR 657507).
Jamaican musician, singer, songwriter and producer B.B. Seaton with the band The Gaylads recorded a reggae version of this song in 1972.
In 1975, Wendy Carlos covered the song on her album By Request.
Brazilian composer/singer Caetano Veloso recorded it on the 1975 album Qualquer coisa.
Belgo-English progressive rock band Esperanto covered the song on their 1975 album Last Tango.
German group Streetmark recorded the song for their 1975 album "Nordland" (Sky Records SKY 003). On the CD edition there is a Bonus track 'Da Capo' a variation on the "Eleanor Rigby" theme
Wing And A Prayer Fife And Drum Corps recorded this song in their 1976 album Babyface.
Cleo Laine and John Williams recorded the song for their 1976 LP collaboration Best Friends.
In 1977, Singers Unlimited covered the song on their album Friends, featuring leader Gene Puerling's vocal arrangements, plus rhythm section and brass ensemble, arranged and conducted by Patrick Williams.
Ethel the Frog covered this song on a single recorded for EMI in 1979.
Mark Murphy recorded the song on his 1980 album Satisfaction Guaranteed.
Sarah Vaughan included a version on her 1981 LP Songs of The Beatles.
In 1982, Twelfth Night recorded an 80s-style cover of this song for a single, and later included it as one of the bonus tracks on an extended edition of their Fact and Fiction album.
The Jerry Garcia Band played an instrumental version as part of a medley with "After Midnight".
Realm covered this song on their 1988 album Endless War.
Junior Reid released a dancehall version of the song on his 1990 album One Blood.
The Violet Burning released this song on their 1992 album, Strength.
In 1992, The Lonely People released their version titled Eleanor Rigby.
Wayne Johnson recorded an acoustic version of this song for his 1995 acoustic album Kindred Spirits.
Shirley Bassey covered this song on her 1995 album Sings the Movies.
Chick Corea performed a cover of the song on the 1995 GRP tribute album (I Got No Kick Against) Modern Jazz.
Kansas recorded this song on their 1998 album Always Never the Same.
A cappella band Witloof Bay recorded this song on their album of the same name.
The John LaBarbera Big Band recorded a version of this song on their CD On the Wild Side.
Ilan Rubin covered this song during his Coup recording sessions and released it as a free download.
Joshua Bell released a cover version on the album At Home With Friends featuring Frankie Moreno.
The Ides of March on the album Vehicle as "Symphony for Eleanor." Apart from the lyrics it bears no similarity to the original, but is credited solely to Lennon–McCartney.
Michael Lynche covered the song on American Idol and released it as a single. He was the lowest vote getter but was then saved by the four idol judges.
The Fray recorded an acoustic version of this song on the album Stripped Acoustic Set.
Soulive recorded an instrumental version for their album Rubber Soulive, an album of Beatles' covers.
B.o.B recorded a song called "Lonely People", which features the actual "Lonely People" chorus.
Hank Williams Jr. recorded a cover version on the album High Notes.
The Chilean band Quilapayún realised an Andean version included on the official albums of the band in 1987 Survarío and in 1989 Quilapayún ¡en Chile!.
Paul Jolley covered the song on American Idol. He was the lowest vote getter and was eliminated.
Sacred Rite covered this song for their 1986 album Is Nothing Sacred?.
The barbershop quartet Storm Front covered the song on their album Harmony – A Beatles Tribute, Volume 1.
Gordon Haskell recorded this song on his 2000 album All In The Scheme Of Things.
Godhead recorded this song on their 2001 album 2000 Years of Human Error.
Tété recorded a cover version on his second album L'air de rien in 2001.
Hank Marvin recorded this song for his 2002 album, Guitar Player.
In 2002 the Argentinean band O'Connor released a version on the album Dolarización.
Pain recorded this song on their 2002 album Nothing Remains the Same.
Mark Wood released a version of this song on his 2003 album These Are a Few of My Favorite Things with his wife, Laura Kaye, on vocals.
Talib Kweli & LaToiya Williams released a cover of the song in 2004 entitled "Lonely People" on Kweli's The Beautiful Mix CD
Liane Carroll includes a version on her 2005 album Standard Issue.
Thrice included a cover of the song in their album If We Could Only See Us Now in 2005.
Twisted Sister guitarist Eddie Ojeda recorded a cover version of the song for his 2006 solo album Axes 2 Axes. Dee Snider performed the vocals.
Charlotte Perrelli covered Monica Zetterlund's Swedish cover, "Ellinor Rydholm", on her 2006 album I din röst.
A cover of the song by David Schommer (feat. David Jensen) can be found on the soundtrack for the 2006 movie Accepted.
Elevator Suite included a cover in their 2007 self-titled album.
In 2008, David Cook, winner of the seventh season of American Idol, sang the song on the show and later released a single via iTunes.
Greg Hawkes from his album, The Beatles UKE (2008)
Ja Rule recorded a hip-hop version of this song entitled "Father Forgive Me" on his 2008 album The Mirror.
While improvising on his own composition "Dynamo," jazz pianist Ahmad Jamal briefly quotes the song on his 2008 album It's Magic.[42]
Father released a cover version in 2009 as a pre-single to their untitled second album.
Outside Royalty released a cover version on the single "Lightbulb (Turning Off)" in 2009.
Jared Evan released a cover version in 2011 as a promotional track for his album unCOVERED.
L.A. rockers Margate recorded a punk version on their EP "Rock and Roll Reserve" in 2011.
Tree Pit recorded a cover version in 2011 as an album pre release to their début album.
Al Di Meola covered the song on his 2013 album All Your Life.
In 2014, the Clare Fischer BIg Band covered the tune on its album Pacific Jazz, with Brent Fischer conducting his own revised and re-orchestrated version of his late father's arrangement.
Alice Cooper covered the song on the 2014 Paul McCartney cover album The Art of McCartney.
Bay area rock band Letters From The Fire released a cover of the song as part of their self-titled EP in 2014.
In January 2015 former A capella group leader Michael Tamashiro released a version for his self-title EP.
Emil Viklický Trio, on their 2011 album Kafka On The Shore: Tribute To Haruki Murakami
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Sam Moore and Dave Prater , are indeed Soulful Sunday ..SO please please please, "Hold On I'm Comin", Stax had so many great artist here is just a touch of SAM & DAVE.. not only did they help drive the MEMPHIS SOUND and STAX they brought that Southern Soul all over America till the popularity made them international stars )O( ENJOY this several song upload of STAX sounds and listen understand what was going on in the political arena and how SOUL MUSIC helped advance the movement.. Voice of Memphis Music...Cotton Row Music & Records.. Skip advertisement in beginning of each cut SORRY )O( both experienced gospel music singers, having performed individually with groups the Sensational Hummingbirds and The Melionaires. They met in The King of Hearts Club in Miami in 1961, where they were discovered by regional producer Henry Stone, who signed them to Roulette Records. After modest success at Roulette,they were signed by Jerry Wexler to Atlantic Records in 1964, then being 'loaned' out to Stax Records to produce, record and release their records.

The duo's November 1965 single, "You Don't Know Like I Know," started a series of ten straight top twenty Billboard R&B hits that included "Hold On! I'm Comin'" (1966), "You Got Me Hummin' (1966), "When Something Is Wrong with My Baby" (1967), "Soul Man" (1967), and "I Thank You" (1968). Most of their hits were penned by Isaac Hayes and Dave Porter. In most recordings, they were also backed by Hayes on piano with Booker T and the MGs and The Memphis Horns. The ending of their association with the Stax record label and their frequently volatile relationship contributed to their first break-up in 1970.

Sam & Dave performed throughout most of the 1970s through 1981, and enjoyed a brief resurgence in popularity due to The Blues Brothers's 1979 recording of "Soul Man". Their last performance together was on December 31, 1981, at the Old Waldorf in San Francisco. On 9 April 1988, Prater died in a car crash in Sycamore, Georgia.
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Sam Moore and Dave Prater , are indeed Soulful Sunday ..SO please please please, "Hold On I'm Comin", Stax had so many great artist here is just a touch of SAM & DAVE.. not only did they help drive the MEMPHIS SOUND and STAX they brought that Southern Soul all over America till the popularity made them international stars )O( ENJOY this several song upload of STAX sounds and listen understand what was going on in the political arena and how SOUL MUSIC helped advance the movement.. Voice of Memphis Music...Cotton Row Music & Records.. Skip advertisement in beginning of each cut SORRY )O( both experienced gospel music singers, having performed individually with groups the Sensational Hummingbirds and The Melionaires. They met in The King of Hearts Club in Miami in 1961, where they were discovered by regional producer Henry Stone, who signed them to Roulette Records. After modest success at Roulette,they were signed by Jerry Wexler to Atlantic Records in 1964, then being 'loaned' out to Stax Records to produce, record and release their records.

The duo's November 1965 single, "You Don't Know Like I Know," started a series of ten straight top twenty Billboard R&B hits that included "Hold On! I'm Comin'" (1966), "You Got Me Hummin' (1966), "When Something Is Wrong with My Baby" (1967), "Soul Man" (1967), and "I Thank You" (1968). Most of their hits were penned by Isaac Hayes and Dave Porter. In most recordings, they were also backed by Hayes on piano with Booker T and the MGs and The Memphis Horns. The ending of their association with the Stax record label and their frequently volatile relationship contributed to their first break-up in 1970.

Sam & Dave performed throughout most of the 1970s through 1981, and enjoyed a brief resurgence in popularity due to The Blues Brothers's 1979 recording of "Soul Man". Their last performance together was on December 31, 1981, at the Old Waldorf in San Francisco. On 9 April 1988, Prater died in a car crash in Sycamore, Georgia.
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Sam Moore and Dave Prater , are indeed Soulful Sunday ..SO please please please, "Hold On I'm Comin", Stax had so many great artist here is just a touch of SAM & DAVE.. not only did they help drive the MEMPHIS SOUND and STAX they brought that Southern Soul all over America till the popularity made them international stars )O( ENJOY this several song upload of STAX sounds and listen understand what was going on in the political arena and how SOUL MUSIC helped advance the movement.. Voice of Memphis Music...Cotton Row Music & Records.. Skip advertisement in beginning of each cut SORRY )O( both experienced gospel music singers, having performed individually with groups the Sensational Hummingbirds and The Melionaires. They met in The King of Hearts Club in Miami in 1961, where they were discovered by regional producer Henry Stone, who signed them to Roulette Records. After modest success at Roulette,they were signed by Jerry Wexler to Atlantic Records in 1964, then being 'loaned' out to Stax Records to produce, record and release their records.

The duo's November 1965 single, "You Don't Know Like I Know," started a series of ten straight top twenty Billboard R&B hits that included "Hold On! I'm Comin'" (1966), "You Got Me Hummin' (1966), "When Something Is Wrong with My Baby" (1967), "Soul Man" (1967), and "I Thank You" (1968). Most of their hits were penned by Isaac Hayes and Dave Porter. In most recordings, they were also backed by Hayes on piano with Booker T and the MGs and The Memphis Horns. The ending of their association with the Stax record label and their frequently volatile relationship contributed to their first break-up in 1970.

Sam & Dave performed throughout most of the 1970s through 1981, and enjoyed a brief resurgence in popularity due to The Blues Brothers's 1979 recording of "Soul Man". Their last performance together was on December 31, 1981, at the Old Waldorf in San Francisco. On 9 April 1988, Prater died in a car crash in Sycamore, Georgia.
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Sam Moore and Dave Prater , are indeed Soulful Sunday ..SO please please please, "Hold On I'm Comin", Stax had so many great artist here is just a touch of SAM & DAVE.. not only did they help drive the MEMPHIS SOUND and STAX they brought that Southern Soul all over America till the popularity made them international stars )O( ENJOY this several song upload of STAX sounds and listen understand what was going on in the political arena and how SOUL MUSIC helped advance the movement.. Voice of Memphis Music...Cotton Row Music & Records.. Skip advertisement in beginning of each cut SORRY )O( both experienced gospel music singers, having performed individually with groups the Sensational Hummingbirds and The Melionaires. They met in The King of Hearts Club in Miami in 1961, where they were discovered by regional producer Henry Stone, who signed them to Roulette Records. After modest success at Roulette,they were signed by Jerry Wexler to Atlantic Records in 1964, then being 'loaned' out to Stax Records to produce, record and release their records.

The duo's November 1965 single, "You Don't Know Like I Know," started a series of ten straight top twenty Billboard R&B hits that included "Hold On! I'm Comin'" (1966), "You Got Me Hummin' (1966), "When Something Is Wrong with My Baby" (1967), "Soul Man" (1967), and "I Thank You" (1968). Most of their hits were penned by Isaac Hayes and Dave Porter. In most recordings, they were also backed by Hayes on piano with Booker T and the MGs and The Memphis Horns. The ending of their association with the Stax record label and their frequently volatile relationship contributed to their first break-up in 1970.

Sam & Dave performed throughout most of the 1970s through 1981, and enjoyed a brief resurgence in popularity due to The Blues Brothers's 1979 recording of "Soul Man". Their last performance together was on December 31, 1981, at the Old Waldorf in San Francisco. On 9 April 1988, Prater died in a car crash in Sycamore, Georgia.
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Sam Moore and Dave Prater , are indeed Soulful Sunday ..SO please please please, "Hold On I'm Comin", Stax had so many great artist here is just a touch of SAM & DAVE.. not only did they help drive the MEMPHIS SOUND and STAX they brought that Southern Soul all over America till the popularity made them international stars )O( ENJOY this several song upload of STAX sounds and listen understand what was going on in the political arena and how SOUL MUSIC helped advance the movement.. Voice of Memphis Music...Cotton Row Music & Records.. Skip advertisement in beginning of each cut SORRY )O( both experienced gospel music singers, having performed individually with groups the Sensational Hummingbirds and The Melionaires. They met in The King of Hearts Club in Miami in 1961, where they were discovered by regional producer Henry Stone, who signed them to Roulette Records. After modest success at Roulette,they were signed by Jerry Wexler to Atlantic Records in 1964, then being 'loaned' out to Stax Records to produce, record and release their records.

The duo's November 1965 single, "You Don't Know Like I Know," started a series of ten straight top twenty Billboard R&B hits that included "Hold On! I'm Comin'" (1966), "You Got Me Hummin' (1966), "When Something Is Wrong with My Baby" (1967), "Soul Man" (1967), and "I Thank You" (1968). Most of their hits were penned by Isaac Hayes and Dave Porter. In most recordings, they were also backed by Hayes on piano with Booker T and the MGs and The Memphis Horns. The ending of their association with the Stax record label and their frequently volatile relationship contributed to their first break-up in 1970.

Sam & Dave performed throughout most of the 1970s through 1981, and enjoyed a brief resurgence in popularity due to The Blues Brothers's 1979 recording of "Soul Man". Their last performance together was on December 31, 1981, at the Old Waldorf in San Francisco. On 9 April 1988, Prater died in a car crash in Sycamore, Georgia.
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Sam Moore and Dave Prater , are indeed Soulful Sunday ..SO please please please, "Hold On I'm Comin", Stax had so many great artist here is just a touch of SAM & DAVE.. not only did they help drive the MEMPHIS SOUND and STAX they brought that Southern Soul all over America till the popularity made them international stars )O( ENJOY this several song upload of STAX sounds and listen understand what was going on in the political arena and how SOUL MUSIC helped advance the movement.. Voice of Memphis Music...Cotton Row Music & Records.. Skip advertisement in beginning of each cut SORRY )O( both experienced gospel music singers, having performed individually with groups the Sensational Hummingbirds and The Melionaires. They met in The King of Hearts Club in Miami in 1961, where they were discovered by regional producer Henry Stone, who signed them to Roulette Records. After modest success at Roulette,they were signed by Jerry Wexler to Atlantic Records in 1964, then being 'loaned' out to Stax Records to produce, record and release their records.

The duo's November 1965 single, "You Don't Know Like I Know," started a series of ten straight top twenty Billboard R&B hits that included "Hold On! I'm Comin'" (1966), "You Got Me Hummin' (1966), "When Something Is Wrong with My Baby" (1967), "Soul Man" (1967), and "I Thank You" (1968). Most of their hits were penned by Isaac Hayes and Dave Porter. In most recordings, they were also backed by Hayes on piano with Booker T and the MGs and The Memphis Horns. The ending of their association with the Stax record label and their frequently volatile relationship contributed to their first break-up in 1970.

Sam & Dave performed throughout most of the 1970s through 1981, and enjoyed a brief resurgence in popularity due to The Blues Brothers's 1979 recording of "Soul Man". Their last performance together was on December 31, 1981, at the Old Waldorf in San Francisco. On 9 April 1988, Prater died in a car crash in Sycamore, Georgia.
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