Songs posted on this blog are for exploratory purposes and sampling only. Please do not link directly to any of these tracks. If you like a track, support the artist by buying their record, going to their show, and wearing their t-shirt. If you are the copyright holder of any sound file posted and would like the song removed, please contact us.

Sunday, March 30, 2008

The Queen Alone...

Carla Thomas was more than deserving of her title "The Queen of Memphis Soul," but she was hardly oblivious to the sleeker, more pop-influenced sweet soul and uptown soul coming out of Detroit, Philadelphia and Chicago. One of her strongest albums, The Queen Alone is an expanded and remastered version of the career making 1969 stax classic. Includes 5 previously unreleased bonus tracks.


1. Any Day Now:

2. Stop Thief :

3. I Take It to My Baby :

4. I Want to Be Your Baby :

5. Something Good (Is Going to Happen to You) :

6. When Tomorrow Comes :

7. I'll Always Have Faith in You:

8. All I See Is You :

9. Unchanging Love :

10. Give Me Enough (To Keep Me Going) :

11. Lie to Keep Me from Crying

12. Me And My Clock - (previously unreleased)

13. Same Thing - (previously unreleased)

14. Your Love Indeed - (previously unreleased, alternate take)

15. I Want To Know - (previously unreleased, take 2)

16. I Wonder About Love


Doctor Okeh said...



nic said...


jdayal74 said...

Thnx Doc, can't wait to hear this

SuPerMaN said...

thnk you 4 the dope tunes and for the invite!

ChrisMaestro said...

Thanks for this one right here too!!!

Lion said...

thanks doc!

yodasbestmate said...

can't wait, thanks drok!

Wayne World said...


Styles said...

Thanks Doc. I like me some Carla.

HG74 said...

Love to hear the Queen of Stax sing..

raggedy said...

I wish one could hear such voices nowadays ... Thanks for sharing Doc.

Throwback music said...


Gary said...

thanks for the great post, brother

troods said...

Oh Carla! You are the best, Doc. Thank you

Steve said...

What a jewel this is! Thank you so much for sharing!

Steve said...

What a treasure. I've had the vinyl since 1970! Thanks so much for this priceless post!