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Another album of the good stuff- NOT rerecordings

Unlike some of the other albums available on iTunes, this is the original versions cut by Sam and Dave in the 60s. Don't be fooled by rerecordings done later by Sam and Dave when money got tight; this is the good stuff! (Check out the smoking version of Wrap It Up, later down by the Fabulous Thunderbirds!)


I've been collecting music for thirty-five years and this is some of the funkiest that I've ever grabbed. The singles from this lp were great but I was pleasantly surprised by the greatness of the so called filler. Several of them should have been singles and the only track that I don't absolutely love is the remake of the Otis Redding track, which isn't bad but I'd rather hear the original. I play this cd at least once every two weeks which is a lot considering the size of my collection. GET IT!!!!


I have an old 45, beat up! But since I ran across this here on iTunes I can think back to those times locked away in the garage, filling my soul with Sam & Dave. The Best! - Oscah


Formed: 1961 in Miami, FL

Genre: R&B/Soul

Years Active: '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 Porter...
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I Thank You, Sam & Dave
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: R&B/Soul, Music, Soul, Rock
  • Released: 1968

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