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Jean Knight - Mr. Big Stuff (CD, Album)

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  1. Jean Knight: Mr. Big Stuff ‎ (CD, Album) Stax: SCD US: Sell This Version: Recommendations Reviews Add Review [r] Release. Edit Release All Versions of this Release New Submission. Add to Collection Add to Wantlist Remove from Wantlist. Marketplace 0 1 For.
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  2. New Orleans vocalist Jean Knight was earning her living baking cakes and biscuits at a Catholic women’s college when she traveled to Malaco Studios in Jackson, Mississippi in May to cut "Mr. Big Stuff" for veteran Crescent City producer-arranger Wardell Quezerque. The single, with its tightly locked, uniquely syncopated bass-and-drum bottom pumped way up in the mix, was released.
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  3. AllMusic Review by John Bush Jean Knight could do no wrong in , when the strutting "Mr. Big Stuff" was climbing the pop and R&B charts, well on its way to becoming one of the most familiar chart hits of all time. Her debut album, with its no-brainer title, featured a lot of good material on it, not all of it in the same vein as her hit.9/
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  4. Oct 15,  · Jean Knight (nascida Jean Caliste, 26 de junho de , New Orleans, Louisiana) é uma cantora do African-American / R & B / funk, mais conhecida por .
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  5. Jean Knight's album, "Mr. Big Stuff" came out in The hit single of the same name came out in that year, as well. The main track is full of soul. From what I learned, the single of this song was one of the biggest selling hits ever to be released by Stax Records/5(15).
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  6. Find album release information for Mr. Big Stuff - Jean Knight on AllMusic. Find album release information for Mr. Big Stuff - Jean Knight on AllMusic AllMusic. New Releases. Featured New Releases CD: Mr. Big Stuff: Stax SCD CD: 9/
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  7. Mr. Big Stuff, an Album by Jean Knight. Released in on Stax (catalog no. STS ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Southern Soul, Soul.
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  8. Mar 16,  · It's easy to overlook Jean Knight's sole - killer - Stax album, as it so evidently centres on the huge, huge hit "Mr. Big Stuff". But that smoking, slightly reggae-esque funk jam really wasn't a /5(4).
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