Zero to 180 – Three Minute Magic

Discoveries of a Pop Music Archaeologist

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Category: Otis Redding

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Bethlehem Records: Post-Syd

Syd Nathan ended up acquiring jazz label, Bethlehem Records, in a series of strategic moves over the course of years — so when exactly can Syd Nathan take credit for shaping the music released on that label?  Unfortunately, that’s a question that each person has to answer for him/herself.  I

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“Don’t Mess With Cupid”: A Mostly B-Side

Interesting that web discographies consistently list “Don’t Mess with Cupid” as the B-side of Otis Redding‘s “My Lover’s Prayer” single from July 1966 (on both sides of the Atlantic) – but then this French Atco picture sleeve shows “Cupid” to be the A-side. Song written by Steve Cropper, Eddie Floyd

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