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Otis Redding was a chauffeur for swamp rocker Johnny Jenkins, and got his big break when he asked to sing his own song after Jenkins' cut his session short at Stax Records. The song was "These Arms of Mine."

CLOSEOUT Stax Snapping Fingers Hoodie 


OFFICIALLY LICENSED! This is a comfortable Stax Records Snapping Fingers cotton pullover hoodie.

Because Bluescentric cares about the music, every tee sold directly benefits Stax Records, the legendary Memphis record label. Stax is still releasing great soul, and the Stax Museum of American Soul its a must-visit. 

In the late 1960s, Stax Records reinvented itself and changed its logo to something more fitting of the label's social consciousness and reign over popular music -- the Snapping Fingers.

From its Memphis home on McLemore Ave, Stax turned out hit after infectious Soul hit by some of the biggest names of the era, including Johnnie Taylor, the Staple Singers, Rufus Thomas, and superstar Isaac Hayes. Stax spearheaded social movements such as Wattstax, and defined the culture of an era with impressions of The Blues, black Southern Gospel, Soul Music.