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STAX STUDIOS
JIM STEWART
MEMPHIS HORNS
SONGS
WORKING
SOUND
FUNKY
MID 1960S
RECORDS
RCA RECORDS
JERRY WEXLER
ALBERT KING
STAX RECORDS
JOHNNIE TAYLOR
PLAY
ATLANTIC
MARQUEE
DUNN
MGS
BOOKER
DELANEY
PARSER
PARSERS
PICKETT
MEMPHIS
SOUL
MOTOWN
OTIS REDDING
ISAAC HAYES
STAX
Review of Short Phrases and Links

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Definitions

  1. StAX is a bidirectional API, meaning that it can both read and write XML documents.
  2. Stax was also involved with Broadway plays and soundtrack albums, and was a major force in opening the doors to minorities in Hollywood.
  3. StAX was designed as a median between the DOM and SAX interface. (Web site)
  4. StAX is a standard XML processing API that allows you to stream XML data from and to your application.

Stax Studios

  1. Producer Jerry Wexler took Pickett down to Stax Studios in Memphis where the raw, Southern rhythm section made an ideal match for Pickett's vocals. (Web site)
  2. Home was recorded between February 27, 1968 and July 2, 1969 at the Stax Studios in Memphis and the Skyhill Studios in Hollywood. (Web site)

Jim Stewart

  1. Jim Stewart was left with almost nothing with which to negotiate a new deal, and he eventually sold Stax to Gulf+Western. (Web site)

Memphis Horns

  1. During this period and for several subsequent tours, the Doobies were often supported on-stage by Stax Records legends The Memphis Horns. (Web site)

Songs

  1. Steve Cropper became an important producer for Stax and both wrote songs and produced many other acts for Jim Stewart. (Web site)

Working

  1. On the loose limbed "Woman Don't Lie", the Tops play that rhythm like they're working for Stax and Albert King's out front.

Sound

  1. Stax became known for Jackson's drum sound, the sound of The Memphis Horns, and Duck Dunn's grooves. (Web site)
  2. In the glorious decade and a half of sound that was Stax in the '60s and early '70s, Carla Thomas was the Queen of Memphis Soul. (Web site)

Funky

  1. He's as funky as Stax and as much fun as a rerun of the Blues Brothers movie.

Mid 1960S

  1. By the mid 1960s, through the influence of James Brown, Stax, and Motown records, the style had become firmly established.

Records

  1. But Stax Records was more than just a label.

Rca Records

  1. By the mid-'70s, Stax was suffering major financial problems, so King left the label for Utopia, a small subsidiary of RCA Records. (Web site)

Jerry Wexler

  1. Jerry Wexler was the key person involved in Atlantic's distribution deal with STAX Records in which both companies benefited greatly.

Albert King

  1. As absolutely vital, five-star recordings go, Albert King 's Born Under a Bad Sign (Stax), is at the top of the heap. (Web site)

Stax Records

  1. Jim Stewart (R) co-founder of STAX Records and former label exec Phillip Rauls (L) pose for a photograph at Stewart's residence.
  2. Stax Records had some legal entanglements with Volt Records and some of Redding's songs were released on Stax, others on Volt. (Web site)
  3. After a period of activity with Stax Records, Hayes released Presenting Isaac Hayes, a moderate success recorded immediately following a wild party. (Web site)

Johnnie Taylor

  1. Johnnie Taylor gave Stax its first big post-Atlantic hit with "Who's Making Love" in 1968. (Web site)
  2. The show was captured on tape and will be reissued February 20 by Stax Records as Johnnie Taylor: Live at the Summit Club. (Web site)
  3. In the late 1960s, Stax artists such as Eddie Floyd and Johnnie Taylor made significant contributions to soul music.

Play

  1. For a while, Jackson tried to play all day at Stax and then with Willie Mitchell at night.
  2. They began as a favorite soul studio sessions group backing major artists at Stax Records, chosen in 1967 by Otis Redding to play as his touring backup band. (Web site)

Atlantic

  1. Atlantic sent the Pointer Sisters among others for the Malaco touch; Stax sent Rufus Thomas and others. (Web site)

Marquee

  1. The Mar-Keys was a play on the word "marquee"; referring to the marquee outside of Stax studios (at the time called Satellite Records).

Dunn

  1. In the 1970s, with Jones and Cropper gone from Stax, Dunn and Jackson remained, playing and producing. (Web site)

Mgs

  1. This is an excellent overview of Albert King's beginning days with Stax Records and house band Booker T. & the MGs, along with The Memphis Horns. (Web site)
  2. Dunn continued to do session work with the rest of the MGs at Stax Records (formally Satellite).

Booker

  1. After playing with Willie Mitchell's band, he was recruited by Booker T. Jones in 1962 to play his first session at Stax. (Web site)
  2. Booker was the one who begged him and offered him everything to come over." Al Jackson became the first person at Stax to be put on a weekly salary.

Delaney

  1. Delaney and Bonnie (Bramlett) produced the classic 'blue-eyed soul' album "Home" on Stax in 1969.

Parser

  1. Demonstrates how to use the StAX pull parser to parse a portion of an XML document.

Parsers

  1. Examples of pull parsers include StAX in the Java programming language, SimpleXML in PHP and System.Xml.XmlReader in the.NET Framework.

Pickett

  1. Pickett recorded three sessions at Stax in May and October of 1965, and was joined by keyboardist Isaac Hayes for the October sessions. (Web site)
  2. For his next sessions, Pickett would not return to Stax; the label's owner, Jim Stewart, banned all outside productions in December, 1965. (Web site)
  3. At first he had Bert Berns from Bang Records produce him, but the results were poor, so Wexler took Pickett to the Stax studios. (Web site)

Memphis

  1. The Southern soul sound was brought to national attention in the United States on records like those released by Stax (located in Memphis, Tennessee.
  2. Minit and Toussaint defined the sound of New Orleans as much Stax did for Memphis or Motown for Detroit. (Web site)
  3. Ernie was signed by Al Bell to Stax Records of Memphis, Tennessee and recorded three singles and an album, Electrified Ernie Hines.

Soul

  1. The Blues guitarist came to Stax and, matched with the Soul of the MGs plus The Memphis Horns, went on to cut dozens of superb records.
  2. There were other Soul stars there who didn't record for Stax, but came to pay homage to the great label, including Percy Sledge. (Web site)

Motown

  1. During her 12 years with Atlantic, the Queen Of Soul also took turns dabbling in material associated with Motown, Philly soul and Stax.
  2. An hour of JB, a couple of hours of Motown, an hour of Sly Stone, Parliament and funk, A hour of Atlantic and Stax. (Web site)
  3. Unlike the Funk Brothers at Motown but like Booker T. & The MGs at Stax, The Rimshots also got to make their own records.

Otis Redding

  1. Pure soul was popularized by Otis Redding and the other artists of Stax Records in Memphis, Tennessee.
  2. A self-taught musician, he was hired in 1964 by Stax Records of Memphis as a backup pianist, working as a session musician for Otis Redding and others.
  3. Soon Booth began writing about musicians working for Stax studios, including Otis Redding and Booker T & the MGs.

Isaac Hayes

  1. The group is the first newly signed artist to release an album on Stax, best known for hits by Isaac Hayes, Otis Redding and others.
  2. When Cropper left, Stax lost their most successful producer, along with his partners David Porter and Isaac Hayes.
  3. Isaac Hayes was among the singers at the heart & soul of Stax Records. (Web site)

Stax

  1. Jerry Wexler signed Sam and Dave to an Atlantic contract but took them to Memphis to record at Stax. (Web site)
  2. The Memphis Horns appeared on nearly every Stax release, including records by Isaac Hayes and Rufus Thomas.
  3. The Mar-Keys was a play on the marquee outside of Stax (at the time, called Satellite Records).

Categories

  1. Music > Composers > Songwriters > Isaac Hayes
  2. Culture > Arts > Music > Otis Redding
  3. Motown
  4. Memphis
  5. Pickett
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