Huey Lewis & THE NEWS have recorded an album of Stax soul classics - their first new record since 2001.
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The album features covers of hits by the Staple Singers, Johnnie Taylor and Isaac Hayes among other Stax stand-outs, and frontman Lewis admits he was nervous about recording the classics.
He tells Billboard.com, "I was a little wary because I'm a big fan of this stuff. But I figured there's no harm in trying and working the songs up. I was wary because some of these performances are so great they shouldn't be repeated. But I think we've done it justice and we'll turn a lot of people on to this stuff."
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