36 Shouts - 1,069,778 Scrobbles
The Bar-Kays were a popular Memphis, Tennessee, soul, R&B, and funk group performing from 1966 that continues in some form to perform today, although with only one original member. They began as a favorite soul studio sessions group backing major artists at Stax Records, chosen in 1967 by Otis Redding to play as his touring backup band. On December 10, 1967, Redding, his manager, and band members Jimmy King (b.1949; guitar), Ronnie Caldwell (b. 1948; organ), Phalon Jones (b. 1949; saxophone), and Carl Cunningham (b.
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Top SongsTotal plays on Last.fm over the last 6 months
- Soul Finger - (2:19) - 12,646 plays
- LyricsDon't stop dancing to the music
Just let the music make you high
We've got rhythm, you can use it
Don't let this feeling pass you by, by, by
Don't fight the feeling in your soul
- LyricsYour love, it's got the Holy Ghost
A-shakin' in my bones
I never felt such a feelin'
In all the days I been round, yeah
Whenever I feel the pressure
- Too Hot To Stop (Part 1) - (5:38) - 1,909 plays
- Too Hot To Stop - Pt. 1 / Single Version - (3:54) - 2,001 plays
- Son of Shaft - (3:24) - 1,200 plays
- Soul Finger - 2006 Remastered - (2:21) - 1,029 plays
- Move Your Boogie Body - (6:16) - 964 plays
- Freakshow On The Dance Floor - (6:30) - 1,095 plays
- Too Hot To Stop (Pt. 1) - Single Version - (3:54) - 1,011 plays
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