Stax Of Wax: William Bell

On March 20th 2018 » By Mitch Anderson

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This month’s Vinyl Me, Please Classics release is William Bell’s 1967, debut full length album from the Stax record label called Soul of a Bell. William Bell’s songs have been recorded and performed by artists such as Jimi Hendrix, Blue Cheer, Peter Tosh, The Byrds, Etta James, and the list goes on and on. I’m very excited to present to you this mix made up of tracks from Soul of a Bell, songs written by William Bell but covered by other artists, and also some tid bits of history and influence on William Bell himself. Let’s get spinning. This is Stax of Wax.

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Track List William Bell – “Any Other Way”

The Del Rios – “There’s a Love”

Carla Thomas – “Will You Love Me Tomorrow”

Jimi Hendrix – “Born Under a Bad Sign”

William Bell – “Do Right Woman, Do Right Man”

Otis Redding – “I’ve Been Loving You Too Long”

Ollie and the Nightingales – “Showered with Love”

William Bell with Stax Music Academy featuring Snoop Dog – “I Forgot To Be Your Lover”

William Bell – “Eloise (Hang on in There)”

Delaney and Bonnie – “Everybody Loves a Winner”

Delbert and Glen – “Everyday Will Be Like a Holiday”

The Byrds - “You Don’t Miss Your Water”

Mitch

Mitch Anderson

Mitch enjoys all things music and when he is not recording Stax of Wax, spinning records on his all-vinyl radio show Black Circle Radio, or learning how to be a dad, you can most likely find him very close to a pinball machine with a beer in hand.

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