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The Essentials: Sam & Dave

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By the early 2000s, record companies were taken with the idea of The Essentials. Of course, it means nothing — the term is subjective and it really means "greatest hits." In 1993 Rhino released the fine Sweat 'n' Soul Anthology. Their 1969 Atlantic best-of also still gets the job done with eight more songs that are here on CD. Like many of the other less-than-perfect compilations, the songs pull this through. As for timeless and potent Stax, it's tough to find songs as immediate and fulfilling as "Hold on I'm Comin'" and the hilarious "Said I Wasn't Gonna Tell Nobody." While few competent singers could fail with the aforementioned tracks, The Essentials also offers songs that play to Sam Moore and David Prater's chemistry and strength as a duo. The oddly pretty "I Thank You," "Wrap It Up," and a later track, "Can't You Find Another Way (Of Doing It)," all have the highly charged sound, with Sam Moore's narrow tenor playing well to David Prater's big dolt. Fans have no doubt heard it all before and continue to love the songs. The problems with The Essentials are the skimpiness of the product, the exclusion of songs, and some arbitrary selections.

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Géants de la SOUL / 20eme siècle, 60's.

En deux ans (1966-1968), Sam Moore et Dave Prater ont enregistré des chansons inoubliables et mondialement connues comme "Soul Man" (1967) ou "Hold on! I'm Coming" (1966). Ils s'étaient rencontrés en 1958 à un concert de Sam. Ce jour là, Sam invite Dave sur scène. Leur jeu fonctionne si bien qu'ils décident de faire équipe. Signature sur le prestigieux label "Stax" et collaboration avec Isaac Hayes, Booker T. et David Porter. Les plus gros succès de la période sont sur ce disque. Essentiel!


Formé(s) : 1961 à Miami, FL

Genre : R&B/Soul

Années d’activité : '60s, '70s

Perhaps no act epitomized soul music as the secularization of gospel more than Sam & Dave. The original pairing of Sam Moore and Dave Prater met in Florida in 1961, and they recorded unsuccessfully for several years before being signed to Atlantic Records in 1965. Atlantic persuaded their Memphis affiliate Stax Records to produce them, and in December that year the writing and production team of Isaac Hayes and David Porter delivered the crisply soulful "You Don't Know Like I Know." Hayes and...
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