While soul music exploded on the charts in 1965, there was another surge of black music in the early ’70s, with a funkier feel. 1972 saw hits like as “Freddie’s Dead” by Curtis Mayfield, “Let’s Stay Together” by Al Green, “Back Stabbers” by the O’Jays, and “I’ll Take You There, ” by the gospel based group, the Staple Singers. Drummer Roger Hawkins puts this recording as his al l t ime favori te.
I’ll Take You Thereby Staple Singers
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