In this informative, in-depth and exclusive interview, Gossett and the old school funkateers discuss their career at Stax Records and growing up in Memphis, Tennessee during the assassination of Martin Luther King and dealing with racial tensions through music. In case you forgot, or didn’t know, the Bar-Kays were the original band for legendary soul man Otis Redding.
“For What It’s Worth” is produced by filmmaker Keith O’Derek/Upfront Productions and Eracism Foundation.
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