lettygzz:

EMMANUEL “EL DIA QUE PUEDAS”

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Este Terco Corazon - Emmanuel

Yee

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h-i-p-h-o-p-s-o-u-l:

"mary jane invades my brain now I can’t complain, i’m sayin what else is there to do besides relax, let the problems in your mind become ancient artifacts, perhaps these raps can help you alleviate, the things that’s got you trippin’, watch me demonstrate."

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Booker T and The MGs - Red Beans and Rice (1965)

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creedenceclearwaterrevival:

Because I’ve neglected my CCR tumblr for far too long here is something a bit special. It’s a bootleg of studio recordings made during a CCR jam with Booker T & the MGs.  This one is Down on the Corner.

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crow-boy:

Booker T & The MG’s - Green Onions

5feet12inches:

Time Is Tight - Booker T and The MGs, 1969

televandalist:

Donald “Duck” Dunn (1941-2012)
Most famous for being the bass player for Booker T. & The MG’s. As the house band for Stax records, they provided the music for some of the greatest southern soul music ever recorded. He played on virtually every song recorded by Otis Redding, Sam and Dave, Albert King, Eddie Floyd, William Bell, Rufus Thomas and many others for Stax.

televandalist:

Donald “Duck” Dunn (1941-2012)

Most famous for being the bass player for Booker T. & The MG’s. As the house band for Stax records, they provided the music for some of the greatest southern soul music ever recorded. He played on virtually every song recorded by Otis Redding, Sam and Dave, Albert King, Eddie Floyd, William Bell, Rufus Thomas and many others for Stax.

nickdrake:

Pulp Fiction.

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roxy-bunny:

Mexican Clown-Comedian Mario Moreno “Cantinflas” in Houston Texas for a Charity Show that would benefit boys of that city. Photographer: John Dominis for Life Magazine in 1952.

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Haha

Haha

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