The Staple Singers - Be Altitude: Respect Yourself album download
|A3||Name The Missing Word|
|A4||I'll Take You There|
|A5||This Old Town (People In This Town)|
|B1||We The People|
|B2||Who Do You Think You Are? (Jesus Christ The Superstar)|
|B3||Are You Sure|
|B4||I'm Just Another Soldier|
- Distributed By – The Tape Project, LLC
- Licensed From – Concord Music Group
- Copyright (c) – The Tape Project, LLC
- Recorded At – Muscle Shoals Sound Studios
- Arranged By – Al Bell
- Art Direction – David Kreiger, The Graffiteria
- Creative Director – Larry Shaw, Ron Gordon
- Design – Dan "Dr. Bottlehead" Schmalle
- Engineer – Jerry Masters, Ralph Rhodes, Terry Manning
- Photography – Jerry Griffith
- Producer – Al Bell, Dan "Dr. Bottlehead" Schmalle, Michael Romanowski, Paul Stubblebine
- Remix – Terry Manning
NotesOriginally released as STAX Stereo STS 3002
Dan "Dr. Bottlehead" Schmalle reel tape art resign
|STS 3002, STS-3002||The Staple Singers||Be Altitude: Respect Yourself (LP, Album, ARP)||Stax, Stax||STS 3002, STS-3002||US||1972|
|UCCO-3082||The Staple Singers||Be Altitude: Respect Yourself +2 (CD, Album)||Stax, Stax 60th Anniversary||UCCO-3082||Japan||2017|
|2325 069||The Staple Singers||Be Altitude: Respect Yourself (LP, Album)||Stax||2325 069||UK||1972|
|MFCD 832||The Staple Singers||Be Altitude: Respect Yourself (CD, Album)||Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab, Stax||MFCD 832||Japan||Unknown|
|2325 069||The Staple Singers||Be Altitude: Respect Yourself (LP, Album)||Stax||2325 069||Nigeria||1972|
The Staple Singers' first Stax hit was "Heavy Makes You Happy (Sha-Na-Boom-Boom)" in early 1971. Be Altitude: Respect Yourself (1972). Be What You Are (1973). Let's Do It Again (1975).
Be Altitude: Respect Yourself +2 (CD, Album). Stax, Stax 60th Anniversary. The Staple Singers - Respect Yourself 4:56.
This is the album on which The Staple Singers’ consolidated their gentle folk-gospel into something altogether funkier, and delivered with enough wit and variation to make people stand up and take notice. Until then, the family quartet of Pops Staples and his kids enjoyed a reputation as an acoustic gospel group, who took their subtle harmonising into the 1960s folk scene. 3 Name the Missing Word. 4 I'll Take You There.
Album: Be Altitude: Respect Yourself (1971). Charted: 12. Get the Sheet Music License This Song. The Staple Singers signed with the Memphis Soul label Stax Records in 1968, where they found success after languishing at Epic. Respect Yourself" was written by the Stax songwriter Mack Rice and one of their artists, Luther Ingram, who is best known for his song "(If Loving You Is Wrong) I Don't Want to Be Right.
Tracklist: 1. This World, 2. Respect Yourself, 3. Name The Missing Word, 4. I’ll Take You There, 5. This Old Town (People In This Town), 6. We The People, 7. Are You Sure, 8. Who Do You Think You Are? (Jesus Christ The Super Star), 9. I’m Just Another Soldier, 10. Wh. 3. Name The Missing Word. 4. I’ll Take You There.
An excellent balance of gospel and soul the essence of the Staple Singers 1972's Be Altitude: Respect Yourself contains three Top 10 hits; Respect Yourself, I'll Take You There, and This World. The first two were also Pop Top 20 hits, with I'll Take You There going all the way to number one. Newly reissued, Be Altitude now contains two previously unreleased tracks! Go Unlimited. This is The Staple Singers most popular and best album.
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BPM Profile Be Altitude: Respect Yourself. Album starts at 108BPM, ends at 102BPM (-6), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by The Staple Singers.