John Phillip Soul And His Stone Marching Band - The Soul Strut / That Memphis Thing mp3 album
Title: The Soul Strut / That Memphis Thing
Date of release: 1968
Size MP3: 1971 mb
Size FLAC: 1699 mb
Format: FLAC MP3 MMF AA MIDI VQF MP1
John Phillips Soul & Stone Marching Band That Memphis Thing. Released out of Memphis on the local Pepper label in 1968 "That Memphis Thing" is a great late 60s, 'big band' instrumental. Pepper's owner William Pepper was a big music industry figure in Memphis at the time and was widely respected for having helped bring in an all-Black broadcasting format to the legendary WDIA radio station. Artist: John Phillips Soul & Stone Marching Band A: That Memphis Thing B: The Soul Strut Label: Pepper Cat PPR 441. DOWNLOAD.
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Tracklist Hide Credits
|A||The Soul Strut
Written-By – V. Trauth*
|B||That Memphis Thing
Written-By – Muhoberac*, Trauth*
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Pepper & Tanner, Inc.
- Published By – Hut Music Corp.
- Producer – Vinnie Trauth*
Notes"D. J. Copy - Not For Sale" printed on label.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A runout): 441-A 5 PEPPER
- Matrix / Runout (Side B runout): 441-B 5
|1927X||John Phillips Soul & His Stone Marching Band||The Soul Strut / That Memphis Thing (7", Single)||Quality||1927X||Canada||Unknown|
|PPR 441||John Phillips Soul & His Stone Marching Band||The Soul Strut / That Memphis Thing (7", Single, Styrene)||Pepper||PPR 441||US||1968|
|441||John Phillip Soul And His Stone Marching Band*||The Soul Strut / That Memphis Thing (7", Single, Promo)||Pepper||441||US||1968|