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How Music Changed - 2012 Shows

By the time 1971 started to roll around, Stax had virtually lost its identity. No longer concerned with maintaining its own ‘sound’, most of the recordings ...read more


To the casual observer, things at Stax appeared to be moving along just fine in 1970. Music was being released at a steady clip, and the label still ...read more


The one problem with starting too fast is the difficulty of maintaining the pace. It was more than admirable to see Stax rebound after tragedy and horrible ...read more


The past few shows focused on the profound changes that affected the Stax label, but the musical evidence of change was a bit subtler than the reality. ...read more


With so much change taking place, it was only inevitable that there would be some fallout. Al Bell, the man hired to increase sales, now became the man to ...read more


Under the guidance of Al Bell, it is remarkable how quickly Stax was able to recover from seemed like certain doom. The label goy back on its feet faster ...read more


In December 1967, Stax Records stood out as one of the music industry’s brightest success stories. A scant few months later, they were a label that lost ...read more


They say that the ‘summer of love’ came to crashing halt in 1968 – no place more so than in Memphis. In the Summer of ’67, everything was coming up ...read more


Things had been going so well at Stax that it was easy to just presume that things would continue to go well, and most likely get even better. The artist ...read more


By the Spring of ’67, even the personnel at Stax were in wonder about their widespread success. Having big hits on the national pop charts was one ...read more


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