Donald 'Duck' Dunn served in the Stax Records house band and in Booker T. & The MGs alongside guitarist Steve Cropper throughout the 60s. Song credits include basslines on Albert King's Born Under A Bad Sign and Otis Redding's Respect, not to mention appearances with The Staples Singers, Ray Charles, Eric Clapton, Bob Dylan and Neil Young. That said, many will remember him best as the pipe-smoking bassist in the Blues Brothers film...
Listen: Albert King - Born Under A Bad Sign
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