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Rare Stamps

Eddie Floyd

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Album Review

The finest album Eddie Floyd ever made for Stax, this late-'60s gem included both "I've Never Found a Girl" and "Knock on Wood," his two most magnificent hits and two Southern soul anthems. Floyd was never as transcendent or striking a vocalist as Otis Redding or even William Bell, but he was consistent and dependable. He was backed by both Booker T. & the MG's and the Memphis Horns (then called the Mar-Kay Horns). A CD reissue of this set adds several tracks, including some smoking duets with Mavis Staples.

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BIG BIRD!!!

This song is on Test Drive Unlimited for Xbox 360 and I love it!

Love it

I have to listen to this every day in science. I finally found it!

Knock on Wood

No one can do Knock on Wood like Eddie Floyd!!

Biography

Born: June 25, 1937 in Montgomery, AL

Genre: R&B/Soul

Years Active: '50s, '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Soul singer/songwriter Eddie Floyd scored one of the defining hits of the Memphis soul sound with "Knock on Wood," a number one R&B smash that typified the Stax house style at its grittiest. Floyd was born in Montgomery, AL, in 1935, but grew up in Detroit, where his uncle Robert West owned a couple of record labels, including Lupine. In 1955, Floyd co-founded the seminal proto-soul group the Falcons, who eventually scored a major R&B hit with "You're So Fine" in 1959 (with Joe Stubbs, later...
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