Tempo guitarist Mabon “Teenie” Hodges was an essential ingredient from the Memphis Spirit sound from the 1970s. Together with his brothers, Leroy (bass) and Charles (body organ), he generated the chugging, bluesy grooves and even rhythms that, especially with vocalist Al Green, became a prominent section of American music background. Hodges co-wrote many strikes with Green. “Right here I Am, Arrive and Consider Me,” “Filled with Fire,” as well as the classic “Like and Happiness” are simply several. Hodges started playing electric guitar at age group 12, quickly learning Costs Doggett’s “Honky Tonk” and B.B. King’s “Woke Up TODAY.” As an adolescent, he was used and tutored by Hello there Records manufacturer Willie Mitchell. Mitchell enlisted the providers of the Hodges brothers, drummers Al Jackson and Howard Grimes, and pianist Archie Turner, developing the powerfully successful Hello there Tempo Section. With Mitchell on the helm, the group churned out strike after strike, as well as the tempo electric guitar of Teenie Hodges was more often than not at the primary. After Green’s departure as well as the demise from the glory times of Hello there, Hodges did very much studio function and continued to execute as the head from the Hello there Rhythm Section along with his brothers and Grimes. He also documented with Al Green once again on I CANNOT End, a 2003 return album documented at Hi.