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tieyourshoes51 wrote:
Booker T. & the MGs did backing for many of otis Redding's hits. Who was the piano player on many of those sessions?



I thought booker played piano and organ

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maestro63 wrote:
tieyourshoes51 wrote:
Booker T. & the MGs did backing for many of otis Redding's hits. Who was the piano player on many of those sessions?



I thought booker played piano and organ


He played piano on a few, but a man who later emerged as a huge soul star did much of the piano work.

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Billy Preston??


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Jensen B Gator wrote:
Billy Preston??


No, he was a Beatles man.

I will reveal shortly if an answer does not appear.

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Stevie?

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helowrench wrote:
Stevie?

Stevie was a Motown man (well, boy at the time).

It was The Chef who was a Stax Man. Isaac Hayes played piano on many of those songs and co-wrote "Soul Man."

Let's try this one:

Who has been the band director for the Rolling Stones since 1982?

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tieyourshoes51 wrote:
helowrench wrote:
Stevie?

Stevie was a Motown man (well, boy at the time).

It was The Chef who was a Stax Man. Isaac Hayes played piano on many of those songs and co-wrote "Soul Man."

Let's try this one:

Who has been the band director for the Rolling Stones since 1982?



Chuck Levell

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liveyoursong wrote:
tieyourshoes51 wrote:
helowrench wrote:
Stevie?

Stevie was a Motown man (well, boy at the time).

It was The Chef who was a Stax Man. Isaac Hayes played piano on many of those songs and co-wrote "Soul Man."

Let's try this one:

Who has been the band director for the Rolling Stones since 1982?



Chuck Levell



Absolutely! Sea Level, ABB, Stones!

You're up, liveyoursong!! Swing away!

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Who wrote the Garth Brooks hit "Two of a Kind, Working on a Full House"?

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Who wrote the Garth Brooks hit "Two of a Kind, Working on a Full House"?

Dennis Robbins, Bobby Boyd, and Warren Haynes....

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