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Booker T. Jones

Booker T. Jones

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Booker T. Jones (2006)

Interview by Joel Selvin, Selvin On The City, KSAN 107.7, 2006

The Booker T & The MGs mainman talks about the Stax years, working with the likes of Otis Redding and Albert King, making 'Green Onions', and on to later projects with Santana, Neil Young and Boz Scaggs.

File format: mp3; file size: 25.5mb; Interview length: 27' 5"; sound quality: *****

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The Stax Story (part 3): Booker T. Jones

Interview by Jim Delehant, Hit Parader, November 1967

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Live Review by Vernon Gibbs, The Village Voice, 6 January 1975

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Soul, Man: The New "Black Folk"

Overview by Vernon Gibbs, Crawdaddy!, April 1975

ALL THROUGH the '60s, Booker T. and the MGs were one of the genuine oddities of soul. ...

AUDIO: Booker T. Jones (2006)

Audio transcript of interview by Joel Selvin, Rock's Backpages Audio, 2006

This is a transcript of Joel's radio interview with the great M.G.s mainmain. Hear the audio here. ...

Booker T Jones: The King Of Stax Picks Up His Axe

Interview by Nick Coleman, Independent on Sunday, 26 April 2009

With his band the MGs, Booker T was the resident genius at one of America's great soul labels. Now, with a bit of help from ...

Booker T. Jones: The Road From Memphis

Review by Lloyd Bradley, bbc.co.uk, 9 May 2011

It might lack surprises, but this is solid, high-quality Booker T. fare. ...

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Live Review by Alan Light, MSN.com, April 2013

Two nights. Nine-and-a-half hours. Thirty-three guitar players (more or less). Ninety-one songs. ...

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