As a fundamental element of the Memphis/Muscle Shoals studio room rings from the later ’60s, organist Spooner Oldham made an absolute mark for the audio of spirit music. Starting being a piano participant in senior high school rings, when Oldham graduated and began monitoring at the University or college of North Alabama, he quickly discovered himself missing classes and only hanging out Rick Hall’s Popularity studios in close by Florence, Al. After adding the ghostly body organ audio on Percy Sledge’s runaway strike “Whenever a Guy Loves a female,” Oldham joined up with Rick Hall’s ace studio room music group alongside guitarist Jimmy Johnson, bassist Junior Lowe and drummer Roger Hawkins. Collectively the unit performed on landmark albums by Wilson Pickett and Aretha Franklin amongst others. Defecting to Memphis in 1967, Oldham teamed up with vocalist Dan Penn at Potato chips Moman’s American Studios, as well as the duo progressed into one of the better songwriting partnerships in music. Collectively the two published strikes for Aretha Franklin (“Perform Right Female”) as well as the Package Tops (“Cry Just like a Baby”) amongst others in addition to having their tunes appear as recording cuts on performers such as for example Janis Joplin (“A FEMALE Left Lonesome”). Following the trailblazing times of southern spirit came to a finish, Oldham required his considerable skills somewhere else, adding piano and body organ to such functions as Neil Small, Bob Dylan, Jackson Browne as well as the Everly Brothers. He continues to be a respected physique among music aficionados not merely for his tasteful key pad playing, but also for his songwriting aswell.
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|Fifty Pills||2006||"Pills & Booze"|
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|Rain Man||1988||writer: "Lonely Women Make Good Lovers" 1973|
|The Color of Money||1986||writer: "Out Of Left Field" - as Carl Oldham|
|Rock Around the Dock||1986||TV Movie writer: "A Woman Left Lonely"|
|The Ernie Sigley Show||1974||TV Series writer - 2 episodes|
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|The Sonny and Cher Comedy Hour||1972||TV Series writer - 1 episode|
|Independent Lens||2014||TV Series documentary composer - 1 episode|
|CSNY/Déj||2008||Documentary musician: keyboards, CSNY Freedom of Speech Tour|
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