#stax

  1. Otis Redding September 9, 1941 – December 10, 1967 December 7, 1967 Memphis, Tennessee, Otis finished recording "Sittin' OnThe Dock of the Bay" at STAX. He then traveled to Cleveland where he performed on a TV show and played what would be his last concert. He died the next day in
  2. Steve Cropper: Why the Stax hits from the 60s are still relevant today

    On the #TBPC YouTube channel: Steve Cropper talks about: Why the Stax Hits from the 60s are still relevant today… in this clip from the podcast. He even talks about loving MY work at the end! #SteveCropper #Stax #BookerTandTheMGs #AlJackson
  3. Steve Cropper on Duck Dunn

    On the #TBPC YouTube channel: Steve Cropper talks about Donald “Duck” Dunn (Booker T & the M.G.’s, The Blues Brothers) in this clip from the podcast. #SteveCropper #DuckDunn #Stax #BookerTandTheMGs #BluesBrothers #LevonHelm #EricClapton #LiveAid Watch:
  4. Steve Cropper on “Soul Man” - Sam & Dave, The Blues Brothers

    On the #TBPC YouTube channel: Steve Cropper talks about “Soul Man” and playing on the original by Sam & Dave as well as the cover by The Blues Brothers in this clip from the podcast. #SteveCropper #SamAndDave #BluesBrothers #SoulMan #Stax Watch:
  5. Steve Cropper on Otis Redding

    On the #TBPC YouTube channel: Steve Cropper talks about OTIS REDDING & “(Sittin' On) The Dock of the Bay” in this clip from the podcast. #SteveCropper #OtisRedding #Stax #Volt #DockOfTheBay #TheKingOfSoul Watch:
  6. Steve Cropper on Eddie Floyd & “Knock On Wood.”

    On the #TBPC YouTube channel: Steve Cropper talks about Eddie Floyd & how they came up with “Knock On Wood” in this clip from the podcast. Just posted this clip on Eddie’s 86th Birthday! #SteveCropper #EddieFloyd #KnockOnWood #Stax Watch: