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The Staple Singers - Be Altitude: Respect Yourself (CD, Album)

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  1. Freedom Highway is a album by The Staple Singers (Epic LN/ BN). The title song referred to the murder of Emmett Till at Tallahatchie River. The lyrics begin “March up freedom's highway / March, each and every day.” and continue “Made up my mind / And I won't turn around.".
  2. Despite their gospel beginnings, the Staple Singers' biggest draws became Pops Staples' blues-based "devil's music" guitar and Mavis Staples' breathy and sexy vocals. Their album, Be Altitude: Respect Yourself, all but set the template for their subsequent work. Be What You Are in some respects is an often overly cautious follow-up. The 6/
  3. CD: Made in USA Different from The Staple Singers - Be Altitude: Respect Yourself, which has Universal logo on back of inlay card and is made in EU. Different from The Staple Singers - Be Altitude: Respect Yourself, which has OM Discs logo on back of inlay card and different barcode.
  4. Label: Stax - CDSXE • Format: CD Album, Reissue, Stereo • Country: UK • Genre: Funk / Soul • Style: Gospel, Soul, Funk The Staple Singers - Be Altitude: Respect Yourself (CD) | Discogs Explore4/5(3).
  5. Those who would rather explore the Staple Singers with an original album instead of one of the many compilations should start with 's BEALTITUDE: RESPECT YOURSELF. The album was their most commercially successful, spawning two Top Ten hits in "Respect Yourself" and the glorious "I'll Take /5(4).
  6. Find The Staple Singers discography, albums and singles on AllMusic. Album Label AllMusic Rating User Ratings ; Be Altitude: Respect Yourself: Stax Be What You Are: Stax City in the Sky: Stax Let's Do It Again: Spy Records
  7. An excellent balance of gospel and soul the essence of the Staple Singers '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/5(48).

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