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"Al Green isn't just the last soulman -- except for James Brown, he's the greatest...
...and except for Aretha Franklin, he's also the most gifted singer to ever work the turf." More on rockhall.com...
Images from the Don and Judy Kramer Collection on Al Green.
All of our books pertaining to Al Green can be found here.
All of our audio by Al Green can be found here.
All of our videos pertaining to Al Green can be found here.
All archival materials related to Al Green can be found here. Listed below are notable collections and items.
Cleveland Scene Photographs >> Green, Al, 1995-2003, undated
The Cleveland Scene Photographs contain promotional and concert photographs collected and used by Scene magazine from the 1970s to 2006.
East Baton Rouge Parish Library Advocate Historical Archive Photographs and Clippings >> Green, Al, 1978-1991, undated
The East Baton Rouge Parish Library Advocate Historical Archive Photographs and Clippings contains photographic publicity material and clippings on popular musicians, 1957-1998. The collection was originally a part of the The Advocate Historical Photograph Archive at East Baton Rouge Parish Library.
Herb Staehr Collection >> VH-1 rebroadcast with Loggins and Messina, Gladys Knight, O'Jays, Jim Croce, Al Green, Joe Cocker, Peter Frampton, undated
The Herb Staehr Collection, 1950-2007, primarily consists of bootleg recordings, including this VH1 rebroadcast of Al Green on Midnight Special.
Michael Ochs Collection >> Green, Al, 1974-1985
The Michael Ochs Collection, 1948-1994, provides rich documentation of both Ochs’ role in the rock and roll music industry and a history of the rock and roll genre itself. Ochs' research and interviews provide intricate details for those interested in the history of rock and roll music.
Rock's Backpages Articles
Free articles are available on Rock's Back Pages through the Free on RBP link. The articles below may require you to be on-site at the Library & Archives in order to read them.