People get understandably confused when it comes to those early ’60s instrumental bands. There was a connection between the Bar-Kays, the Mar- Keys, and Booker T & The MGs. The Mar-Keys, who scored with “Last Night” in 1961, had two musicians (Steve Cropper and Donald “Duck” Dunn) that went on to Booker T’s group. Later, drummer Al Jackson of Booker T’s group went on to form the Bar-Kays (“Soul Finger,” 1967). Got It? Good.
Last Nightby Mar-Keys
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