Label: Malaco Records - MCD 0030 • Format: 6x, CD Compilation Box Set • Country: US • Genre: Funk / Soul, Blues • Style: Rhythm & Blues, Soul
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Nov 19, · The Last Soul Company: Malaco, A Thirty Year Retrospective [Box set] by Alex Henderson AllMusic. When Malaco Records started out in the late s, the label that small Southern R&B companies looked up to was Stax. The Jackson, MS-based Malaco, like the Memphis-based Stax, focused mainly on deep-fried Southern soul in the beginning — only in.
Nov 04, · Full of good stuff. Like the mini-series that spawned it, the hard bop era is overrepresented if this wants to be definitive, but for an introduction to early jazz and the bop era, this is a great starter compilation. The Last Soul Company: Malaco, A Thirty Year Retrospective While I still love the movie, part of the problem with an.
Jan 10, · By the mid-'80s, Malaco had scored big with Z.Z. Hill's barely updated cheating ballads and had revitalized the career of Bobby "Blue" Bland with the classic Members Only. (The company performed a similar feat a decade later with Johnnie Taylor's Good Love!5/5(1).
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In , Malaco celebrated its 30 years in business with The Last Soul Company, a six-CD box set that spans and ranges from the decent to the superb. It's miraculous that the company survived long enough to have a 30th anniversary -- small R&B labels have come and gone over the years, and Malaco itself almost went under at various times.
Members Harry Ray, Al Goodman, and William Brown changed their billing to Ray, Goodman & Brown in , for contractual reasons, and topped the soul lists the next year with the slickly harmonized "Special Lady" on Polydor. The renamed trio remained potent soul hitmakers through the '80s. "Honor the past, don't just remember it." Dizzie Gillespie.
Various Artists, The Last Soul Company: Malaco-A Thirty-Year Retrospective (Malaco) – Jeff Hannusch; Kevin Danzig, Free the Poet (Eclectic Records) – Keith Pandolfi; Jimmy Johnson, Every Road Ends Somewhere (Ruf) When the road ends, you have to leave it. And it's only natural that the cover of this, Johnson's first CD – Robert Fontenot.
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