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Playlist of Staple Singers

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  • The Staple Singers - Ill Take You There Full Length Version

    4:37

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  • Staple Singers - Lets Do It Again

    4:58

    Staple Singers - Let's Do It Again

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  • The Staples Singers - The Best of

    52:14

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    1 - 00:00 - Uncloudy Day
    2 - 02:59 - So Soon
    3 - 05:16 - God's Wonderful Love
    4 - 07:58 - Going Away
    5 - 09:58 - Help Me Jesus
    6 - 12:41 - I Had a Dream
    7 - 15:35 - Days Past and Gone
    8 - 19:15 - I Know I Got Religion
    9 - 21:43 - Good News
    10 - 24:23 - If I Could Hear My Mother
    11 - 27:12 - On My Way to Heaven
    12 - 29:35 - Pray On
    13 - 32:19 - Come on Up
    14 - 34:53 - I'm so Glad
    15 - 37:06 - Let Me Ride
    16 - 39:49 - I'm Leaning
    17 - 42:09 - Low Is the Way
    18 - 44:44 - I'm Coming Home
    19 - 47:20 - Old Land Mark
    20 - 49:33 - Swing Low Sweet Chariot

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  • If Youre Ready

    4:28

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    If You're Ready (Come Go With Me) · The Staple Singers

    Be What You Are

    ℗ 1973 Stax Records

    Released on: 1973-01-01

    Composer Lyricist: Homer Banks
    Composer Lyricist: Raymond Jackson
    Composer Lyricist: Carl Hampton

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

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  • We The People

    3:53

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    We The People · The Staple Singers

    Be Altitude: Respect Yourself (Stax Remasters)

    ℗ 2011 Concord Music Group Inc.

    Released on: 2011-01-01

    Composer Lyricist: Booker T. Jones
    Composer Lyricist: A. Smith

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  • Ill Take You There

    4:45

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    I'll Take You There · The Staple Singers

    The Best Of The Staple Singers

    ℗ 1972 Stax Records/Fantasy, Inc.

    Released on: 1986-01-01

    Composer Lyricist: Alvertis Isbell

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  • The Staple Singers Perform Respect Yourself and Ill Take You There at the 1999 Inductions

    8:22

    The Staple Singers perform Respect Yourself and I'll Take You There at the 1999 Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony, when they were inducted into the Hall of Fame.

  • The Staple Singers - If Youre Ready

    4:33

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  • The Staple Singers - Respect Yourself

    4:59

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  • Ill Take You There - The Staple Singers

    9:25

    The Staple Singers Live in Japan

  • Staple Singers - Lets Do It Again

    4:52

    Staple Singers

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  • Wade In The Water

    2:57

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    Wade In The Water · The Staple Singers

    Freedom Highway

    ℗ Originally Released 1965 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT

    Composer, Lyricist: J. Alexander
    Vocal: Roebuck Staples
    Vocal: Pervis Staples
    Composer, Lyricist: S. Cooke
    Vocal: Yvonne Staples
    Vocal: Cleotha Harris
    Vocal: Mavis Leak Staples
    Producer: Nedra Olds-Neal
    Re-mastering Engineer: Mark Wilder

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  • Staple Singers -- Gospel Songs from Their First LP Album 1959

    9:23

    Vee-Jay Records released the Staple Singers' first long-play album, titled 'Uncloudy Day', in 1959; the disc, number 5000, was additionally the first in the Vee-Jay Spiritual Series.
    The songs for this video I selected from the album; they are
    1) On My Way To Heaven;
    2) Going Away;
    3) I'm Leaning;
    4) I Know I Got Religion.
    The visuals are also from the album-- a portion of the cover art, and a photograph of Roebuck Staples with his children. However, the liner notes suggest that the son, Pervis, had left the group to go into the army, being replaced by his sister Yvonne. The other members of the family group are given as Cleotha, then age 25, the oldest child; Mavis, 19; and Cynthia, 7. The songs were arranged by Roebuck Staples, who accompanies on the guitar, bringing a fresh, distinctive, heartfelt sound to gospel.

  • God Can

    4:58

    Provided to YouTube by Rhino/Warner Records

    God Can · The Staples aka The Staple Singers

    Unlock Your Mind

    ℗ 1978 Warner Records Inc.

    Writer: P. Kelly

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  • The Band, And The Staples - The Weight

    5:39

    Lyrics:


    I pulled into Nazareth, I was feelin' about half past dead;
    I just need some place where I can lay my head.
    Hey, mister, can you tell me where a man might find a bed?
    He just grinned and shook my hand, and No!, was all he said.

    (Chorus:)
    Take a load off Fannie, take a load for free;
    Take a load off Fannie, And (and) (and) you can put the load right on me.

    I picked up my bag, I went lookin' for a place to hide;
    When I saw Carmen and the Devil walkin' side by side.
    I said, Hey, Carmen, come on, let's go downtown.
    She said, I gotta go, but m'friend can stick around.

    (Chorus)

    Go down, Miss Moses, there's nothin' you can say
    It's just ol' Luke, and Luke's waitin' on the Judgement Day.
    Well, Luke, my friend, what about young Anna Lee?
    He said, Do me a favor, son, woncha stay an' keep Anna Lee company?

    (Chorus)

    Crazy Chester followed me, and he caught me in the fog.
    He said, I will fix your rags, if you'll take Jack, my dog.
    I said, Wait a minute, Chester, you know I'm a peaceful man.
    He said, That's okay, boy, won't you feed him when you can.

    (Chorus)

    Catch a Cannonball, now, t'take me down the line
    My bag is sinkin' low and I do believe it's time.
    To get back to Miss Annie, you know she's the only one.
    Who sent me here with her regards for everyone.

    (Chorus)


    Directed by: Martin Scorsese

  • Ill Take You There - Staple Singers

    3:15

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    available on The Complete Stax / Volt Soul Singles, Vol.3: 1972-1975 box set!

  • The Staple Singers - Lets Do It Again

    4:51

    Let's Do It Again is the Curtis Mayfield-penned and Staple Singers-performed soundtrack to the highly successful 1975 comedy film starring Sidney Poitier, Bill Cosby and Jimmie Walker. The title track hit #1 on both the R&B and Pop charts.

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  • The Staple Singers | Sit down servant

    2:30

    The Staple Singers | Sit down servant

  • The Staple Singers- Ill Take You There/We The People Live 1972 Reelin In The Years Archives

    7:41

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  • The Staple Singers - If Youre Ready Come Go With Me

    4:36

    Shop the Stax Online Store:
    Pick up exclusive collectible items, plus music from your favorite Stax artists and legends. From their gospel beginnings through the folk-rock era to their soul music peak, the Staple Singers traveled a long, artistically-rich road into the mainstream of American music, spreading messages of peace, equal rights and love. When the Staples –comprised of family patriarch Roebuck “Pops” Staples and daughters Cleotha, Mavis and Yvonne– joined Stax in 1968, they were working alongside major rock acts at forums like the Fillmore West and East. Over the next few years, The Staple Singers saw 12 chart hits, including Respect Yourself and I'll Take You There, both off their 1972 breakthrough album, Be Altitude: Respect Yourself. The Staples continued to record through 1994, when they found a new audience with their cover of The Band’s “The Weight” for MCA Records’ compilation “Rhythm, Country & Blues.” Mavis Staples, who received her first GRAMMY® Award in 2011, continues to record and tour, performing everywhere from the White House to the Kennedy Center Honors stage to major festivals like Outside Lands. Most recently, Staples is the subject of documentary “Mavis!”

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  • Staple Singers If Your Ready Come Go With Me 1973 Stereo

    4:29

  • The Staple Singers-People Get Ready

    6:28

    As good as they come..The Staples doing Mayfield

  • The Staple Singers - Touch A Hand

    4:08

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  • Uncloudy Day - The Staple Singers

    3:02

  • Im Coming Home Staple Singers

    6:41

    This is track 5 from the 1959 album entitled Uncloudy Day.
    Lead by Mavis Staples

  • Staple Singers - Deliver Me Jesus - 1968

    2:13

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    Staple Singers - perform Deliver Me Jesus - 1968 on LIVE FROM THE BITTER END
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  • The Staple Singers - Calling Me

    3:26

    Calling Me by The Staple Singers from the album The Best Of
    Released 2017-10-06 on Not Now Music
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    There can be little doubt that the Staple Singers have become one of the most respected acts in the history of Black American music. They achieved this status by making exemplary recordings over a number of genres, beginning in the fifties within the Gospel field and moving on to further popularity during the folk movement of the early sixties, eventually making major gospel/soul records. The recordings assembled here on this fascinating double CD collection offer ample evidence of the emotional singing and playing talent that was fully formed from their earliest days.
    © 2017 Not Now Music
    ℗ 2017 Not Now Music

  • I Want To Thank You-The Staple Singers

    5:22

    Classic tune from 1 of my ALL time fav FLIX!

  • Stand By Me - The Staple Singers

    4:29

    This is the 1955 Gospel song by The Staples Singers that Ben E. King's famous song of the same name is based on. He wrote his song in 1960 and climbed the charts to Number 1 twice!
    Lyrics by : Charles A. Tind­ley

    When the storms of life are raging,
    Stand by me (stand by me);
    When the storms of life are raging,
    Stand by me (stand by me);
    When the world is tossing me
    Like a ship upon the sea
    Thou Who rulest wind and water,
    Stand by me (stand by me).

    In the midst of tribulation,
    Stand by me (stand by me);
    In the midst of tribulation,
    Stand by me (stand by me);
    When the hosts of hell assail,
    And my strength begins to fail,
    Thou Who never lost a battle,
    Stand by me (stand by me).

    In the midst of faults and failures,
    Stand by me (stand by me);
    In the midst of faults and failures,
    Stand by me (stand by me);
    When I do the best I can,
    And my friends misunderstand,
    Thou Who knowest all about me,
    Stand by me (stand by me).

    In the midst of persecution,
    Stand by me (stand by me);
    In the midst of persecution,
    Stand by me (stand by me);
    When my foes in battle array
    Undertake to stop my way,
    Thou Who savèd Paul and Silas,
    Stand by me (stand by me).

    When I'm growing old and feeble,
    Stand by me (stand by me);
    When I'm growing old and feeble,
    Stand by me (stand by me);
    When my life becomes a burden,
    And I'm nearing chilly Jordan,
    O Thou Lily of the Valley,
    Stand by me (stand by me).

  • The Staple Singers - Will The Circle Be Unbroken

    2:56

    Shop the Stax Online Store:
    Pick up exclusive collectible items, plus music from your favorite Stax artists and legends. From their gospel beginnings through the folk-rock era to their soul music peak, the Staple Singers traveled a long, artistically-rich road into the mainstream of American music, spreading messages of peace, equal rights and love. When the Staples –comprised of family patriarch Roebuck “Pops” Staples and daughters Cleotha, Mavis and Yvonne– joined Stax in 1968, they were working alongside major rock acts at forums like the Fillmore West and East. Over the next few years, The Staple Singers saw 12 chart hits, including Respect Yourself and I'll Take You There, both off their 1972 breakthrough album, Be Altitude: Respect Yourself. The Staples continued to record through 1994, when they found a new audience with their cover of The Band’s “The Weight” for MCA Records’ compilation “Rhythm, Country & Blues.” Mavis Staples, who received her first GRAMMY® Award in 2011, continues to record and tour, performing everywhere from the White House to the Kennedy Center Honors stage to major festivals like Outside Lands. Most recently, Staples is the subject of documentary “Mavis!”

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  • The Staples Singers - The Ghetto

    3:40

    I don't own this song. I will yank this video without argument if any of the copyright holders have any issue with it.

    -uploaded in HD at

  • Staple Singers - Why Am I Treated So Bad

    5:56

    Montreux Jazz Festival 1981 with Roebuck Staples on solo and Michael Logan on keyboards

  • The Staple Singers - Gods Wonderful Love

    2:42

    God's Wonderful Love by The Staple Singers from the album The Best Of
    Released 2017-10-06 on Not Now Music
    Download on iTunes:
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    There can be little doubt that the Staple Singers have become one of the most respected acts in the history of Black American music. They achieved this status by making exemplary recordings over a number of genres, beginning in the fifties within the Gospel field and moving on to further popularity during the folk movement of the early sixties, eventually making major gospel/soul records. The recordings assembled here on this fascinating double CD collection offer ample evidence of the emotional singing and playing talent that was fully formed from their earliest days.
    © 2017 Not Now Music
    ℗ 2017 Not Now Music

  • The Staple Singers - This Is Our Night

    4:05

    This Is Our Night (1984)

  • LETS DO IT AGAIN - Staple Singers

    4:55

    Title-track from the soundtrack to the motion picture Let's Do It Again, this song reached #1 on the R&B chart in 1975.

  • The Staple Singers- Lets Do It Again lyrics

    4:52

    Let's Do It Again, by The Staple Singers, with lyrics.

    *For entertainment purposes only*

  • Staple Singers 1973

    3:47

  • The Staple Singers 1975

    40:34

    Curtom / Warner Bros.

    Tracklist:
    A1 Let's Do It Again (Curtis Mayfield)
    A2 Funky Love (Mayfield) 4:53
    A3 A Whole Lot Of Love (Mayfield)
    A4 New Orleans (Mayfield) 13:36
    B1 I Want To Thank You (Mayfield) 18:03
    B2 Big Mac (Mayfield) 23:25
    B3 After Sex (Mayfield) 29:32
    B4 Chase (Joseph, Upchurch, Thompson, Morris, Scott, Mayfield) 36:17

    The Staple Singers (Cleotha Staples, Mavis Staples, Pervis Staples, Yvonne Staples) (voc)
    Curtis Mayfield (g)
    Gil Askey, Rich Tufo (arr)
    unnamed additional musicians

  • If Youre Ready Mavis Staples

    4:34

    Fabulous end to 2017 !... One of my ALL-TIME Faves !

  • The Staple Singers - Thats What Friends Are For

    4:01

    Be What You Are - LP Cut

  • The Staple Singers - When Will We Be Paid

    2:46

    Shop the Stax Online Store:
    Pick up exclusive collectible items, plus music from your favorite Stax artists and legends. From their gospel beginnings through the folk-rock era to their soul music peak, the Staple Singers traveled a long, artistically-rich road into the mainstream of American music, spreading messages of peace, equal rights and love. When the Staples –comprised of family patriarch Roebuck “Pops” Staples and daughters Cleotha, Mavis and Yvonne– joined Stax in 1968, they were working alongside major rock acts at forums like the Fillmore West and East. Over the next few years, The Staple Singers saw 12 chart hits, including Respect Yourself and I'll Take You There, both off their 1972 breakthrough album, Be Altitude: Respect Yourself. The Staples continued to record through 1994, when they found a new audience with their cover of The Band’s “The Weight” for MCA Records’ compilation “Rhythm, Country & Blues.” Mavis Staples, who received her first GRAMMY® Award in 2011, continues to record and tour, performing everywhere from the White House to the Kennedy Center Honors stage to major festivals like Outside Lands. Most recently, Staples is the subject of documentary “Mavis!”

    Buy the Very Best of the Staple Singers:

    Learn More:



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  • The Staple Singers - Respect Yourself

    5:01

    Shop the Stax Online Store:
    Pick up exclusive collectible items, plus music from your favorite Stax artists and legends. From their gospel beginnings through the folk-rock era to their soul music peak, the Staple Singers traveled a long, artistically-rich road into the mainstream of American music, spreading messages of peace, equal rights and love. When the Staples –comprised of family patriarch Roebuck “Pops” Staples and daughters Cleotha, Mavis and Yvonne– joined Stax in 1968, they were working alongside major rock acts at forums like the Fillmore West and East. Over the next few years, The Staple Singers saw 12 chart hits, including Respect Yourself and I'll Take You There, both off their 1972 breakthrough album, Be Altitude: Respect Yourself. The Staples continued to record through 1994, when they found a new audience with their cover of The Band’s “The Weight” for MCA Records’ compilation “Rhythm, Country & Blues.” Mavis Staples, who received her first GRAMMY® Award in 2011, continues to record and tour, performing everywhere from the White House to the Kennedy Center Honors stage to major festivals like Outside Lands. Most recently, Staples is the subject of documentary “Mavis!”

    Buy the Very Best of the Staple Singers:

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  • THE STAPLE SINGERS - ILL TAKE YOU THERE. TV PERFORMANCE 1971.

    2:40

    HARRY J'S THE LIQUADOTOR REVAMPED TO CREATE A GOSPEL FUNK CLASSIC

  • Staple Singers - Slippery People

    3:44

    The Staple Singers perform their hit version of Talking Heads' Slippery People on Soul Train.

  • Staple Singers Pray Rare Clip The Early Years Live

    4:25

    #StapleSingers #ClassicSoul #GospelMusic

  • Fender Jaguar - Staple Singers 1968.flv

    3:35

  • The Staple Singers - This May be the Last Time

    2:08

    Eerie, lean sound from the Staples' Veejay years.
    The Rolling Stones have been accused of ripping this off, and of course they did, but if they owe anyone it is really the arranger Shirley Joiner. The song itself is traditional.

  • The Staple Singers - Love Comes In All Colors

    4:44

    From 1973's Be What You Are, most notably sampled for UGK's Wood Wheel & Nelly's Pimp Juice

  • How to Play Ill Take You There Staple Singers guitar

    2:13

    the guitar intro + the bass line for the verse

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