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Music Review: Elvis Presley – “Elvis at Stax: Deluxe Edition”


I had always thought that Elvis's ‘70s music was past its sell date. This new three-CD set has completely changed that perception. Read More »

Music Review: Elvis Presley – ‘Elvis at Stax’ [Deluxe Edition/3-CD Box Set]


This Elvis reissue is not the place to introduce yourself to his music. It's for the collector who wants to dig a little deeper into his legacy. Read More »

Music Review: Albert King – Born Under A Bad Sign [Remastered & Expanded]

Being born under a bad sign was a good thing for Albert King and the blues. Read More »

Music Review: Otis Redding – Lonely and Blue: The Deepest Soul of Otis Redding

This 12-song collection highlights the powerful soul music of Otis Redding. Read More »

Music Review: Otis Redding – Lonely & Blue

The Otis Redding album that never was. Read More »

Music Review: Albert King – I’ll Play the Blues for You [Remastered & Expanded]

A satisfying Stax reissue with lots of great guitar playing and four worthwhile bonus cuts. Read More »

Music Review: Rufus Thomas – Do The Funky Chicken

A non-stop party with Rufus Thomas. Read More »

Music Review: Shirley Brown – Woman To Woman [Stax Remasters]

Shirley Brown lays down the law on this classic mid-seventies soul album, reissued now with previously unreleased gems. Read More »

Rock and Funk Doesn’t Get Better Than Buddy Miles’ Classic “Them Changes”

Psychedelic rock and funk come together perfectly in this soulful track. Read More »

An Interview with Steve Cropper

The legendary guitarist discusses his new solo album, his musical influences, and his groundbreaking achievements at Stax Records. Read More »