8 thoughts on “ Behave Yourself - Booker T. & The M.G.s* - Green Onions (Vinyl, LP, Album) ”

  1. New LP Description Vinyl LP pressing. Green Onions is the debut album by Booker T. & the M.G.s, originally released on Stax Records in October It reached number 33 on the pop album chart in the month of it's release. The title single had been a hit worldwide and was covered by .
  2. Feb 15,  · 12 videos Play all GREEN ONIONS (Complete Album) By Booker T. & The M.G.s Playtime 24x7 My Back Pages (Bob Dylan, Roger McGuinn, Tom Petty, Neil Young, Eric Clapton & George Harrison) - Duration.
  3. Release Date/23/;Notes:Vinyl LP pressing. Green Onions is the debut album by Booker T. & the M.G.s, originally released on Stax Records in October It reached number 33 on the pop album chart in the month of it's release.
  4. "Green Onions" is an instrumental composition recorded in by Booker T. & the M.G.'therpvarimevacmunilliliselradic.coinfobed as "one of the most popular instrumental rock and soul songs ever" and as one of "the most popular R&B instrumentals of its era", the tune is a twelve-bar blues with a rippling Hammond M3 organ line by Booker T. Jones that he wrote when he was 17, although the actual recording was largely.
  5. "Green Onions" is the debut album by Booker T. & the M.G.'s, released on Stax Records in October The title single had been a hit worldwide and was covered by dozens of artists, including the Blues Brothers and Roy Buchanan (both with Steve Cropper on guitars), as well as The Ventures, Al Kooper, The Shadows, Mongo Santamaría and Count Basie.
  6. Aug 06,  · Music simply doesn’t come much cooler than the hip Green Onions, from Booker T. & the M.G.s. The landmark album is being celebrated for its fiftieth anniversary in an expanded edition (STX, ) as part of the ongoing Stax Remasters series that last delivered a new edition of Albert King’s I’ll Play the Blues for You.
  7. The first side of the LP ended with “Behave Yourself,” the song that Jim Stewart initially recorded at the spontaneous session that spawned “Green Onions.” The second side of the album opened with “Stranger On the Shore,” which had been a hit for clarinetist Acker Bilk in late

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