• Long out of print and finally reissued 1966 release “And Now!"
• AAA process, cut from the Original Analog Master tapes by Kevin Gray.
• High Quality Vinyl Release.
• Limited Color Vinyl Edition.
• Features the hit single: “My Sweet Potato”
Initially serving as the house band for Stax Records, organist Booker T. Jones, guitarist Steve Cropper, bassist Lewie Steinberg (later replaced by bass monster Donald ‘Duck’ Dunn), and drummer Al Jackson Jr. were instrumental in creating the “Memphis Sound.’ They recorded the basic tracks for well over a hundred records, including backing some of the greatest artists of all time: Otis Redding, Sam & Dave, Rufus Thomas, and Albert King, all the while breaking barriers as one of the South’s first integrated acts.
1966’s And Now!’ is the first to feature long-term bassist Duck Dunn, who helps create a nightclub feel that alternates between some of their most aggressive recordings and most sultry. No stranger to being in the U.S. and U.K. music charts (in both the Hot 100 & R&B categories), the jazzy first single off the record, “My Sweet Potato,” landed them yet another top 40 placement.
My Sweet Potato
No Matter What Shape
One Mint Julep
In The Midnight Hour
Working In the Coal Mine
Don’t Mess Up A Good Thing