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Green Onions Studio album by Booker T. & the M.G.'s Released October, 1962 Recorded June–August 1962 Genre R&B, Electric blues, Instrumental rock Length 34:55 Label Stax/Atlantic S 701 Producer Jim Stewart Professional reviews The reviews parameter has been deprecated. Please move reviews into the “Reception” section of the article. See Moving reviews into article space. Allmusic link Booker T. & the M.G.'s chronology Green Onions (1962) Soul Dressing (1965) Green Onions is the debut album by Booker T. & the M.G.'s, released on Stax Records in October of 1962. It reached number 33 on the Pop Albums chart in the month of its release. The title single was a huge hit worldwide which has been covered by dozens of artists, including The Blues Brothers (featuring guitarist Steve Cropper), The Ventures, Al Kooper, The Shadows, Mongo Santamaría, Roy Buchanan (also featuring Steve Cropper and Jan Hammer), Count Basie and many others. Three previous Stax LPs - two by Mar-Keys, one by Carla Thomas - had been issued on Atlantic Records. Green Onions was the first album released on the Stax label proper. It was also Stax's first charting album, peaking at number 33 on the Billboard 200.[1] The album features only instrumental songs and features Steve Cropper playing a Fender Telecaster.[2] Contents 1 Track listing 1.1 Side one 1.2 Side two 2 Personnel 3 Chart history 4 Notes Track listing Side one "Green Onions" (Steve Cropper, Booker T. Jones, Lewie Steinberg, Al Jackson, Jr) – 2:45 "Rinky Dink" (David Clowney, Paul Winley) – 2:39 "I Got a Woman" (Ray Charles, Renald Richard) – 3:32 "Mo' Onions" (Cropper, Jackson, Jones, Steinberg) – 2:50 "Twist and Shout" (Phil Medley, Bert Berns) – 2:09 "Behave Yourself" (Cropper, Jackson, Jones, Steinberg) – 3:45 Side two "Stranger on the Shore" (Acker Bilk, Robert Mellin) – 2:18 "Lonely Avenue" (Doc Pomus) – 3:25 "One Who Really Loves You" (Smokey Robinson) – 2:22 "You Can't Sit Down" (Dee Clark, Kal Mann, Cornell Muldrow) – 2:46 "A Woman, a Lover, a Friend" (Sidney Wyche) – 3:15 "Comin' Home Baby" (Bob Dorough, Ben Tucker) – 3:09 Personnel Steve Cropper - guitar Booker T. Jones - organ, bass guitar, guitar, keyboards Lewie Steinberg - upright bass Al Jackson, Jr. - drums Chart history Name Chart (1966) Peak position Green Onions U.S. Pop Albums Chart 33 "Green Onions" U.S. Billboard Hot 100 3 "Green Onions" U.S. Billboard R&B Singles 1 "Mo' Onions" U.S. Billboard Hot 100]] 97 "Mo' Onions" U.S. Billboard R&B Singles 97 Notes ^ Bowman, Rob (1997). Soulsville U.S.A.: The Story of Stax Records. New York: Schirmer Trade. p.229-233 ISBN 0-8256-7284-8 ^ Electric Guitar Classics:2010 Calender Published by Sellers Publishing, Inc. Copyright 2009 v · d · eBooker T. & the M.G.'s Members Booker T. Jones · Donald "Duck" Dunn · Steve Cropper · Steve Potts · Lewie Steinberg · Al Jackson, Jr. Studio albums Green Onions (1962) · Soul Dressing (1965) · And Now! (1966) · In The Christmas Spirit (1966) · Hip Hug-Her (1967) · Doin' Our Thing (1968) · Soul Limbo (1968) · Uptight (1969) · The Booker T Set (1969) · McLemore Avenue (1970) · Melting Pot (1971) · The MG's (released by The MG's) (1973) · Universal Language (1977) · That's The Way It Should Be (1994) Live albums Back to Back (1968) Singles Jelly Bread · Home Grown · Chinese Checkers · Mo' Onions · Soul Dressing  · Can't Be Still · Boot-Leg · Be My Lady · My Sweet Potato · Jingle Bells · Hip Hug-Her · Groovin' · Silver Bells · Soul Limbo · Hang 'Em High · Time is Tight · Mrs. Robinson · Slum Baby · Something · Melting Pot · Sugarcane · Neckbone · Sticky Stuff · Green Onions Book: Booker T. & the M.G.'s · Category: Booker T. & the M.G.'s · Portal: Music