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Soul Limbo

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  1. Kelkis
    out of 5 stars Soul Limbo Out Of Limbo At Last Reviewed in the United States on May 18, Booker T and the MGs were a great force in American music, embodying the Memphis Stax sounds along with Issac Hayes. This is one of their better efforts, and a sort of lost album/5.
  2. Fenrigar
    This classic Stax album features a band of musicians who were set to become the ultimate soul rhythm section of all time. The highlight of the 'Booker T sound' has to be the interplay between guitar and organ, which is beautifully illustrated on this album, on tracks like "Hang 'Em High" and the evergreen BBC TV Cricket Theme "Soul Limbo.".
  3. Meztigrel
    Description Import."Soul Limbo is the eighth album by Booker T. & the MGs, released in on Stax Records. The album was the first Stax LP issued after the label severed its ties with former distributor Atlantic Records in
  4. Akishakar
    The term "Limbo of the Fathers" was a medieval name for the part of the underworld (Hades) where the patriarchs of the Old Testament were believed to be kept until Christ's soul descended into it by his death through crucifixion and freed them (see Harrowing of Hell).
  5. Shakajinn
    At the end of the concert, dedicated to Al Bell on his 76th birthday (that's Al sitting right in front, camera left), we played a version of Booker T & The MGs "Soul Limbo." This was especially fun for me because I played the marimba solo on the original record, many years ago. This concert was the first time I'd played it since then!
  6. Vudokus
    In the #63 R&B song in the charts was Soul Limbo by Booker T. & the MG's. Watch the music video and discover trivia about this classic R&B song now.
  7. Dijar
    Listen to your favorite songs from Soul Limbo by Booker T & The MG's Now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, desktop, and tablet. Download our mobile app now.
  8. Gagar
    out of 5 stars Soul Limbo Out Of Limbo At Last. Reviewed in the United States on May 18, Verified Purchase. Booker T and the MGs were a great force in American music, embodying the Memphis Stax sounds along with Issac Hayes. This is one of their better efforts, and a sort of lost album. As the Sixties progresses, anger rose along with /5(18).
  9. Taugal
    Record label is ripped, see images This album found the Memphis instrumental group running through the usual batch of then-current soul hit covers ("La La Means I Love You," "Be Young, Be Foolish, Be Happy"), pop tunes ("Eleanor Rigby," "Foxy Lady") and hits like "Hang 'Em High" and the title track in their own trademark style. Most interesting are the tracks where Booker T. switches over.

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