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  1. Booker T & The MGs' McLemore Avenue features instrumental covers of songs from The Beatles' Abbey Road album, which had been released only months earlier in September ' McLemore is the street housing the famed Stax studio in Memphis TN/5().
  2. Jan 21,  · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Booker T. & The M.G.'s* - McLemore Avenue at Discogs. Complete your Booker T. & The M.G.'s* collection/5().
  3. The sound quality and the quality of the musicianship on McLemore Avenue is superb. Additionally this disk has other Booker T. & The MGs Beatles covers which are excellent. I like this because of the Memphis, Stax sound/5().
  4. Booker T. Jones was so taken with the Beatles' Abbey Road, he claims he had to respond, just to say "thanks." He convened the MG's -- drummer Al Jackson Jr., bassist Donald "Duck" Dunn, and guitarist Steve Cropper, and recorded McLemore Avenue, a cover version of the entire Abbey Road album in three long medleys (that approximated the structure of the Beatles' album -- particularly its second.
  5. The MG's even aped the Beatles ' cover photo, with one of them strolling down McLemore Avenue, the home of Stax Records. Booker T. & the MG's turned an already hip record into one that was funky as hell, and one that kept listeners guessing by rearranging the order of the tunes to suit the MG's 7/
  6. Booker T & The M.G.'s' McLemore Avenue features instrumental covers of songs from The Beatles' Abbey Road album, which had been released only months earlier in September McLemore is the street housing the famed Stax studio in Memphis, TN.
  7. Erfahren Sie mehr über Veröffentlichungen, Rezensionen, Mitwirkenden und Lieder von Booker T. & The M.G.'s* - McLemore Avenue auf Discogs. Lesen Sie Rezensionen und informieren Sie sich über beteiligte Personen. Vervollständigen Sie Ihre Booker T. & The M.G.'s*-Sammlung/5().
  8. The Beatles may have snuck a tribute to Booker T. & the M.G.’s on their album Revolver, released 4 years before McLemore Avenue: The record’s opening cut, “Taxman,” centers around Paul McCartney and George Harrison doing their best impression of Dunn’s repetitive bass riffs and Cropper’s choppy, metallic rhythm guitar.

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