Take Me To The River


William Bell and Snoop Dogg

Snoop Dogg has teamed with the Stax Music Academy and Stax recording artist William Bell for a remake of his 1968 single “I Forgot To Be Your Lover.” The rework of the track is featured on the soundtrack to the Memphis music documentary Take Me To The River from director Martin Shore. The soundtrack, much like the film, champions the rich heritage of the Memphis music scene. Shore explains the importance of the soundtrack, which arrives on September 9th via Stax Records:

Take Me To The River: Music From The Motion Picture’ Track Listing:
1. Bobby “Blue” Bland featuring Yo Gotti – “Ain’t No Sunshine”
2. Mavis Staples with North Mississippi All-Stars – “Wish I Had Answered”
3. Bar Kays featuring 8Ball and MJG – “Be Like Me”
4. Bobby Rush* featuring Frayser Boy – “Push and Pull”
5. Booker T. with North Mississippi All-Stars featuring Al Kapone – “Supposed to Be”
6. Otis Clay featuring P-Nut – “Trying to Live My Life Without You”
7. Mavis Staples with North Mississippi All-Stars – “I’ve Been Buked”
8. William Bell with Stax Music Academy feat. Snoop Dogg – “I Forgot to Be Your Lover”
9. Charlie Musselwhite with the City Champs – “If I Should Have Bad Luck”
10. William Bell with Stax Music Academy – “Knock On Wood”
11. Bobby Rush* featuring Frayser Boy – “Henpecked”
12. Terrence Howard with Hi Rhythm Section – “Walk Away”

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