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Respect Yourself - The Staple Singers - Respect Yourself (Vinyl)

  1. Fenrigal

    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Be Altitude: Respect Yourself on Discogs. Label: Stax - STS ,Stax - STS • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: US • Genre: Funk / Soul • Style: Gospel, Soul The Staple Singers: Be Altitude: Respect Yourself /5(20).
  2. Vudole

    Aug 01,  · We all know our country is divided. I think The Staple Singers had it right many years ago. That is, some just need a little more self-respect. respect yourself the staple singers - .
  3. Goltinris

    The Staple Singers were regulars at our holiday gatherings when I was a child Makes me think of family get-together's and those family members who have passed selfrobigeralighnonontisovati.coinfo old song. The lyrics are true to life too! "If you don't respect yourself ain't nobody gonna give a good ca-hoot!" lmao!/5(36).
  4. Jurisar

    Apr 26,  · Be Altitude: Respect Yourself, an Album by The Staple Singers. Released in February on Stax (catalog no. STS; Vinyl LP). Genres: Southern Soul, Rhythm & Blues. Featured peformers: Mavis Staples (vocals), Cleotha Staples (vocals), Yvonne Staples (vocals), Pops Staples (vocals, guitar), Eddie Hinton (guitar), Barry Beckett (keyboards), Roger Hawkins (drums), The Muscle /5(9).
  5. Tygokus

    "Respect Yourself" is the name of a classic soul song by American rhythm & blues/gospel group The Staple Singers. Released in late from their album Be Altitude: Respect Yourself, the song became a .
  6. Daikus

    This is The Staple Singers most popular and best album. Along with the mega-hits "Respect Yourself" and "I'll Take You There", the album is filled out with several excellent songs. This CD also includes two very fine bonus tracks that make this classic Soul/Pop/Gospel album even better/5(48).
  7. Kishicage

    An excellent balance of gospel and soul the essence of the Staple Singers 's Be Altitude: Respect Yourself contains three Top 10 hits; Respect Yourself, I'll Take You There, and This World. The first two were also Pop Top 20 hits, with I'll Take You There going all the way to number one. Newly reissued, Be Altitude now contains two previously unreleased tracks!/5(49).
  8. Tasida

    Like many songs recorded from , the Staple Singers’ song “Respect Yourself” is very political in nature. The song focusses on the issues of racism, and contributed to the African.

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