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'Respect Yourself: Stax Records and the Soul Explosion' Interview with Author, Robert Gordon from Let It Roll | Podbay (Mar 25, 2019 / 56 min)

This week Nate is joined by author Robert Gordon to discuss his book “Respect Yourself: Stax Records and the Soul Explosion.” In this episode, Robert and Nate discuss the birth and rapid rise of Stax Records, the early hits of Booker T & the MGs, Otis Redding, and Carla Thomas, as well as the political, social and racial context of Memphis, Tennessee in the 1960s. Come back next week for part two of Nate’s conversation with Robert Gordon chronicling the history of Stax records.

Stax Records Part 2: The Soul Explosion Implodes from Let It Roll | Podbay (Apr 1, 2019 / 61 min)

Nate and author Robert Gordon finish their discussion of Robert's "Respect Yourself" with a focus on Al Bell's years at the helm of Stax. From the dizzying highs of Shaft and WattsStax to the sad end of Memphis' greatest record company in the 1970s.

The Rise of Otis Redding, interview with Author, Jonathan Gould, Part 1 from Let It Roll | Podbay (Apr 8, 2019 / 64 min)

This week author Jonathan Gould joins Nate for the first of two episodes discussing his book “Otis Redding: An Unfinished Life.” In this episode, Jonathan and Nate cover the youth of Otis Redding in segregation era Georgia, his beginnings in music, his discovery by Stax Records, his management and an early brush with crime.

Otis Redding part 2: Supernova, an interview with author Jonathan Gould from Let It Roll | Podbay (Apr 15, 2019 64 min)

This week Nate and author Jonathan Gould conclude their discussion of "Otis Redding: An Unfinished Life." They cover Redding's breakthrough with audiences urban, English and anglo and his tragic death.

Booker T of the MG's: Time Is Tight from Broken Record with Rick Rubin, Malcolm Gladwell, Bruce Headlam and Justin Richmond | Podbay (Jan 28, 2020 / 56 min)

Booker T. Jones—as leader of Booker T. & the M.G.'s, Stax record's house band—helped popularize the sound of Southern soul music. Working alongside Stax legends like Isaac Hayes, Otis Redding, Carla Thomas, Albert King and more, his finger prints were everywhere. He details it all in his new book "Time Is Tight: My Life, Note By Note." He sat with Bruce Headlam in Brooklyn to discuss his time at Stax, including some of the great songs he had a hand in writing, and about his incredible career after leaving the label.