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Free download and listen Wattstax: The Living Word. Wattstax: The Living Word. Artists: Albert King. Dale Warren & The Wattstax '72 Orchestra.
The Grammy Award for Best Spoken Word Album has been awarded since 1959. The award had several minor name changes: In 1959 the award was known as Best Performance, Documentary or Spoken Word. From 1960 to 1961 it was awarded as Best Performance – Documentary or Spoken Word (other than comedy). From 1962 to 1963 it was awarded as Best Documentary or Spoken Word Recording (other than comedy). From 1964 to 1965 it was awarded as Best Documentary, Spoken Word or Drama Recording (other than comedy).
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Wattstax: The Living Word is a two-CD document of the all-day festival of Stax acts in Los Angeles in 1972 contains decent performances by the Staple Singers, Eddie Floyd, the Bar-Kays, Carl. Wattstax: The Living Word is a two-CD document of the all-day festival of Stax acts in Los Angeles in 1972 contains decent performances by the Staple Singers, Eddie Floyd, the Bar-Kays, Carla Thomas, Rufus Thomas, Albert King, the Soul Children and Isaac Hayes.
Wattstax redux - this fat double album is a second slice of the Stax label experience. Recorded at the Los Angeles Coliseum in the summer of 1972 during the label's day-long festival, Wattstax 2 completes a comprehensive highlight of the whole experience. Because, although it's drawn from the same source as its predecessor, the album has an entirely different tone. What sets Wattstax 2 aside from 1 is the inclusion of the day's spoken word performances.
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The Living Word - Wattstax 2 (1973). Album by The Emotions.
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|A1||–The Staple Singers||Oh La De Da
Written-By – Phillip Mitchell
|A2||–The Staple Singers||I Like The Things About Me
Written-By – Martha Stubbs, Roebuck Staples
|A3||–The Staple Singers||Respect Yourself
Written-By – Luther Ingram, Mack Rice*
|A4||–The Staple Singers||I'll Take You There
Written-By – Alvertis Isbell
|A5||–Eddie Floyd||Knock On Wood
Written-By – Eddie Floyd, Steve Cropper
|A6||–Eddie Floyd||Lay Your Loving On Me
Written-By – Eddie Floyd
|B1||–Carla Thomas||I Like What You're Doing To Me
Written-By – Bettye Crutcher, Homer Banks, Raymond Jackson
|B2||–Carla Thomas||Gee Whiz
Written-By – Carla Thomas
|B3||–Carla Thomas||I Have A God Who Loves
Written-By – Carla Thomas
|B4||–Rufus Thomas||The Breakdown
Written-By – Eddie Floyd, Rufus Thomas, Mack Rice*
|B5||–Rufus Thomas||Do The Funky Chicken
Written-By – Rufus Thomas
|B6||–Rufus Thomas||Do The Funky Penguin
Written-By – Jo Bridges, Rufus Thomas, Mack Rice*, Tom Nixon
|C1||–The Bar-Kays*||Son Of Shaft/Feel It
Written-By [Feel It] – A. Jones*Written-By [Son Of Shaft] – A. Jones*, H. Banks*, W. Brown*
|C2||–The Bar-Kays*||I Can't Turn You Loose
Written-By – Otis Redding
|C3||–Albert King||Killing Floor
Written-By – Chester Burnett
|C4||–Albert King||I'll Play The Blues For You
Written-By – Jerry Beach
|C5||–Albert King||Angel Of Mercy
Written-By – Homer Banks, Raymond Jackson
|D1||–The Soul Children*||I Don't Know What This World Is Coming To
Written-By – Gene Barge
|D2||–The Soul Children*||Hearsay
Written-By – John Colbert, Norman West
|D3||–Isaac Hayes||Ain't No Sunshine
Written-By – Bill Withers
- Recorded At – Los Angeles Coliseum
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Stax Records, Inc.
- Copyright (c) – Stax Records, Inc.
- Published By – Muscle Shoals Sound Publishing
- Published By – Staples Music
- Published By – East/Memphis Music
- Published By – Klondike Music
- Published By – Sweet Chariot Music
- Published By – Stripe Music
- Published By – Time Music
- Published By – Art Music
- Published By – Rogan Publishing
- Published By – Chevis Music
- Published By – Interior Music
- Art Direction – Wilkes & Braun Inc.
- Conductor [Musical] – Dale Warren
- Creative Director – Larry Shaw, Ron Gordon
- Engineer [Recording Engineer] – Dave Purple, Pete Bishop, Ray Thompson, Tom Scott , William Brown*
- Executive-Producer – Forest Hamilton
- Photography By – Howard Bingham, Roland Charles, Waldo Nilo
- Producer – Al Bell
- Producer [Production Assistant] – Betty Crutcher*, Mack Rice*, Terry Manning, Tom Nixon
- Promotion [Promotion Director] – Bill Cherry
- Recording Supervisor – David Purple*, Tom Nixon
- Remix, Edited By – Terry Manning, Tom Nixon
- Stage Manager [Staging & Security] – Melvin Van Peebles, Yeah, Inc.*
This release came when Stax was nearing its end. They had taken the top acts from their label to California for a massive concert recorded and filmed at the LA Coliseum on August 20, 1972. More than 110,000 people attended this event - tickets that day were only $1.
The Staple Singers 21:00
Eddie Floyd 7:09
Carla Thomas 13:03
Rufus Thomas 15:48
The Bar-Kays 15:00
Albert King 15:28
The Soul Children 14:16
Isaac Hayes 17:44
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Label A): SS-0437
- Matrix / Runout (Label B): SS-0438
- Matrix / Runout (Label C): SS-0439
- Matrix / Runout (Label D): SS-0440
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