Booker T. Jones

At 16, Memphis prodigy Booker T. Jones played saxophone on Satellite Records’ first hit, “Cause I Love You.” After the label became Stax, he penned standards including Otis Redding’s “I Love You More Than Words Can Say,” and Albert King’s “Born Under a Bad Sign.” Now 75, the organ-grinding bandleader looks back in new memoir Time Is Tight: My Life Note by Note. – Kahron Spearman
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