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Episode 44:
Booker T. Jones





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- posted by Chas - April 15, 2013
This and Rummer's version are exceptional.
- posted by Chas - April 15, 2013
I really like this episode. Daryl sounds best when he's relaxed and happy and in his element.
- posted by stillwaters3 - March 22, 2013
Yes I agree - having a surf round the back episodes as there is no new show. But you know what there are so many great performances to re-visit that's it kind of nice. Booker T what a legend...that is some inner happiness, must be playing the B3 that brings it out. Great to watch him at work. Kind regards to all.
- posted by cavalier1 - March 6, 2013
No new show this month so I'm revisiting some old favourites - and "Never found a girl" hits all the right buttons! Hurry back guys
- posted by JemBrookes - March 4, 2013
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Booker T. Jones

The Memphis-born Booker T. Jones was honored with induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and a Grammy lifetime achievement award for his genre-defining Hammond B-3 organ work with the renowned Stax Records group Booker T and the MGs alongside guitarist Steve Cropper, bassist Donald “Duck” Dun and Al Jackson Jr. His new solo album, The Road from Memphis, which was released in May on Anti- Records, features cameos by Lou Reed, My Morning Jacket’s Jim James and Sharon Jones. The L.A. Times said, “Jones makes a quietly convincing case that when it comes to soul music, all roads do seem to lead to Memphis.” Booker T., who has collaborated with a who’s-who of popular music greats, including Ray Charles, Otis Redding, Bill Withers, Rufus Thomas, Carla Thomas, Neil Young, Stephen Stills and Willie Nelson, among many others, had a blast playing with Daryl on the show.

“One of the nicest things about performing on Live from Daryl's House is that Daryl has surrounded himself with musicians who can 'hear,’” enthused Booker T. “That is, each one has talent to the extent of being capable of performing as a soloist on his own, not needing to be told the proper notes to sing or play.”

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