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  1. The Mar-Keys. Rhythm & blues group, formed 1958 in Memphis, Tennessee. The Mar-Keys (originally named The Royal Spades) were the backing band on many early Stax releases but also recorded singles of their own. In 1962 the rhythm section more or less evolved into Booker T & The MG's and later the horn section into The Memphis Horns.

  2. Als Staff-Musiker in den Stax-Volt Studios standen die Mar-Keys im Mittelpunkt des Memphis-Soul-Booms der Mitte der 60er Jahre und begleiteten die Hits von Otis Redding, Sam und Dave, Wilson Pickett et al. Axton gründete daraufhin die Packers ("Hole In The Wall" war 1965 ein Hit bei Pure Soul), während Wayne Jackson, Andrew Love (Tenorsaxophon) und Floyd Newman (Baritonsaxophon) sowohl in ...

  3. マーキーズ. マーキーズ ( Mar-Keys 、当初は「マーキス(Marquis)」(侯爵の意)で活動)とは、 1958年 に アメリカン・スタジオ の セッション・バンド として結成されたグループ。. 活動の中心地は アメリカ合衆国 テネシー州 の メンフィス 。. 1960年代 に ...

  4. The Great Memphis Sound - The Mar-Keys: Amazon.de: Musik. Zum Hauptinhalt wechseln.de. Hallo Lieferadresse wählen ...

  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Cassette release of "The Great Memphis Sound" on Discogs. ... The Mar-Keys – The Great Memphis Sound. More images. Label: Atlantic – 7 82339-4: Format: Cassette, Album, Remastered. Country:US: Released:G ...

  6. A year later, the Mar-Keys headlined the Chips Moman-penned "Last Night," which reached the number three spot in the summer of 1961. When Satellite changed its name to Stax, the Mar-Keys remained on board, laying the foundation for the classic Memphis soul sound through with their funky, sophisticated grooves; concurrently they recorded a series of singles including "Pop-Eye Stroll," "The ...

  7. The Mar-Keys had a history of strange personnel changes; their previous LP (1969's Damifiknow!) had basically been Booker T. & the MG's -plus-horn section playing under the Mar-Keys name. Yet Memphis Experience was even stranger, demonstrating that the Mar-Keys at this point meant nothing more to Stax than a name that could be exploited.