Respect Yourself (Live At The Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, 1972).
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 Staple Singers: все альбомы, включая Let Me Ride, I'm Coming Home, The First Family of Gospel (1953-1961), New-Born Soul и другие.
Respect Yourself" is the name of a classic soul song by American R&B/gospel group The Staple Singers. Released in late 1971 from their album Be Altitude: Respect Yourself, the song became a crossover hit. The Staple Singers' version peaked at on KHJ, on the Hot 100, on the Hot Soul Singles chart and is one of the group's most recognizable hits
Respect Yourself" is the name of a classic soul song by American rhythm & blues/gospel group The Staple Singers. The Staple Singers' version peaked at on KHJ, on the Hot 100, on the Hot Soul Singles chart, and is one of the group's most recognizable hits.
Tracklist: 1. This World, 2. Respect Yourself, 3. Name The Missing Word, 4. I’ll Take You There, 5. This Old Town (People In This Town), 6. We The People, 7. Are You Sure, 8. Who Do You Think You Are? (Jesus Christ The Super Star), 9. I’m Just Another Soldier, 10. Wh. 3. Name The Missing Word. 4. I’ll Take You There.
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Respect yourself, respect yourself If you don't respect yourself Ain't nobody gonna give a good cahoot, na, na, na, na Respect yourself, respect yourself. If you're walking 'round Thinkin' that the world Owes you something 'Cause you're here. You're goin' out The world backwards Like you did When you first come here. Like many songs recorded from 1960-70, the Staple Singers’ 1971 song Respect Yourself is very political in nature. The song focusses on the issues of racism, and contributed to the African American civil rights movement by persuading people to respect oneself and others. Respect Yourself was written by the Stax songwriter Mack Rice and one of their artists, Luther Ingram, after a discussion where Ingram said to Rice, Black folk need to respect themselves. Rice was inspired to turn the idea into a song, and quickly cut a demo.
Widely regarded as The Staples Singers’ greatest album, ‘Be Altitude: Respect Yourself’ was released in 1972 and lifted the group above the competition. Published on. February 13, 2019. But so you get the message that they want you to soar, the sleeve to Be Altitude: Respect Yourself found The Staple Singers smiling while posing in a jet engine. People, get ready, there’s a plane a coming; you don’t need no boarding pass, you just play the record. Listen to Be Altitude: Respect Yourself right now. Released in February 1972, Be Altitude: Respect Yourself is widely regarded as The Staple Singers’ greatest album, which is saying something
The Staples' finest single album, containing three Top Ten R&B hits, "Respect Yourself," "I'll Take You There," and "This World. The first two also were pop Top 20s, "I'll Take You There" going all the way to number one.
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Performer: The Staple Singers
Title: Respect Yourself
Genre: Sincere music
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