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How Music Changed - 2012 Shows

This, quite definitively, represents our last show in the series dedicated to Stax Records. The downfall was so devastatingly complete that by the time ...read more


For the past few shows, we did our best to convey how Stax was starting to careen out of control, but this is the show where the wheels fall off. When ...read more


In our long tale regarding the history of Stax, we have reached the point where you can hear the organization skidding out of control. By 1974, ...read more


When Al Bell sealed his distribution deal with Clive Davis of Columbia Records, he unwittingly also sealed the fate of Stax Records. At first, it ...read more


By 1972, Jim Stewart had become something of a shadow presence within his own organization. By design, Stax was meant to appeal to the African-American ...read more


On August 20,1972, Stax as an organization had reached its absolute peak. Hosting a live concert in the Watts community near Los Angeles, they ...read more


By the summer of 1972, Stax had been stretching out in so many different directions that it would have been easy to forget that their primary purpose was ...read more


This show represents the beginning of the third and final phase of Stax Records – a phase represented by independence from corporate control, which meant ...read more


This show marks the end of the second era for Stax Records, namely, their association with outside ownership. Deutsche Grammophon experienced ...read more


By 1971, Stax no longer had a discernible sound of their own. Their recordings were coming from much too many sources for there to be any real continuity, ...read more


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