|A1||–Booker T. & The MG's*||Soul Limbo|
|A2||–Eddie Floyd||Bring It On Home To Me|
|A3||–Johnnie Taylor||Who's Making Love|
|A4||–The Emotions||So I Can Love You|
|A5||–Rufus Thomas||Do The Funky Chicken|
|A6||–Carla Thomas||I Like What You're Doing (To Me)|
|A7||–Bar-Kays||Don't Stop Dancing (To The Music)|
|B1||–Soul Children||Hold On I'm Coming|
|B2||–Isaac Hayes||Theme From Shaft|
|B3||–The Dramatics||Whatcha See Is Whatcha Get|
|B4||–Jean Knight||Mr Big Stuff|
|B5||–The Staple Singers||I'll Take You There|
|B6||–Albert King||I'll Play The Blues For You|
|B7||–Shirley Brown||Woman To Woman|
PETER GIBBON August 1991.
Celebratory Confident Earthy Exuberant Fun Intimate Passionate Poignant Rousing Sensual Sentimental Smooth Soothing Sophisticated Summery Swaggering Warm. Top of the Stax: Twenty Greatest Hits. The opening gun in this series collects 20 of the label's biggest hits - a veritable treasure trove of soul classics. Nice transfers of "Green Onions," "Knock on Wood," "Theme From 'Shaft'," "Sittin' on the Dock of the Bay," "B-A-B-Y," and "Hold On, I'm Comin'" make this a set that's well worth adding to the collection.
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