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Be Altitude: Respect Yourself

The Staple Singers

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1.1
This World
The Staple Singers
3:39
1.2
Respect Yourself
The Staple Singers
4:54
1.3
Name The Missing Word
The Staple Singers
4:03
1.4
I'll Take You There
The Staple Singers
4:34
1.5
This Old Town (People In This Town)
The Staple Singers
4:42
1.6
We The People
The Staple Singers
3:50
1.7
Are You Sure
The Staple Singers
4:27
1.8
Who Do You Think You Are? (Jesus Christ The Super Star)
The Staple Singers
4:10
1.9
I'm Just Another Soldier
The Staple Singers
3:50
1.10
Who
The Staple Singers
3:18
Total Playing Time    41:27
Originally released in 1972, Be Altitude: Respect Yourself captures the celebrated family vocal group in what was essentially the third act of their career, according to music historian Rob Bowman. The Staple Singers had initially established themselves as a gospel group in the 1950s, then merged with the folk music closely tied to the civil rights movement of the 1960s, and ultimately veered away from protest songs and toward what Mavis Staples termed “message music” in the early and mid-1970s.

Simply put, says Bowman, “the recording you hold in your hands represents the Staple Singers at the very peak of their career.”
192 kHz / 24-bit, 96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Craft Recordings Studio Masters

Tracks 1-10 – contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source

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