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The Complete Motown Singles, Vol. 2: 1962. The Complete Motown Singles, Vol. 3. Various Artists. The Complete Motown Singles - Volume 11B: 1971. The Complete Motown Singles - Vol. 11A: 1971. 4: 1964. I Love Your Baby (Album Version) by The Miracles.
The Bootleg Series Vol. 11: The Basement Tapes Complete is a compilation album of unreleased home recordings made in 1967 by Bob Dylan and the group of musicians that would become The Band, released on Legacy Records November 3, 2014.
The tracks: THE COMPLETE SINGLES, B-SIDES & RARITIES. CD 1 1. wonderful, sometimes What the world is waiting for cassette 2. be my god Be my god/art 7 inch 3. art Be my god/art 7 inch 4. the drowners 5. my insatiable one 6. to the birds 7. he'S dead (live at glastonbury) the drowners . CD 10 1. abc song Obsessions DVD single 2. developing obsessions Obsessions DVD single 3. obsessions 4. you belong to me A new morning bonus track 5. lazy Club bang rarities, vol. 1 6. filmstar 7. savoir faire 8. beautiful ones 9. she 10.
2 (1968-1971, on nine discs) and Vol. 3 (1972-1975, on 10 discs) were released by Fantasy in 1993 and '94, respectively. Rob Bowman, author of the definitive history of Stax as well as co-producer of the previous three volumes of the Stax Singles compilations, is again on board as co-producer, coming up with three discs' worth of B sides from those singles. The other three discs from Vol. 4 take in singles and album cuts from Stax's rock, country and gospel imprints. And so it's fair to argue that this Vol. 4 is likely the least valuable of the four multi-artist box sets tracing Stax' history.
A final note: This album was relased in the . 5 days before the live album authorized by The Beatles called "The Beatles at the Hollywood Bowl". It seems that EMI and The Beatles were trying to "kill" the release of the "Star Club" recordings releasing their authorized recording at almost the same time. Of course, the "Hollywood Bowl" sold very well in comparison to the "Star Club" album, even being at the top of the charts.