|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Dark Skin Woman||2||Audio||1975||Truth Records|
|2||Three People In Love||2||Audio||1970|
|3||It Takes One To Know One||2||Audio||1976||May Day Productions|
|4||Love's A Mother Brother||2||Audio||1969||Atlantic|
|5||Mustang Sally / Daddy's Home To Stay||2||Audio||1965||Blue Rock|
|6||Coal Man||2||Audio||ATCO Records|
|8||Love's A Mother Brother||2||Audio||1969||ATCO Records|
|10||Right Now||10||Audio||1992||Blue Suit Records|
|11||Bump Meat||2||Audio||1974||Truth Records|
|12||Santa Claus Wants Some Lovin' / Please Come Home For Christmas||2||Audio||1982||Stax|
|13||It Takes One To Know One||2||Audio||1976||Contempo|
|14||I Can Never Be Satisfied||2||Audio||1976||Atlantic|
|15||Love Sickness / I Gotta Have My Baby's Love||4||Audio||1967||Stax|
|16||Love Sickness / I Gotta Have My Baby's Love||4||Audio||1967||Stax|
|18||When You're Down And Out||4||Audio||1966||Blue Rock|
|19||Mustang Sally / Daddy's Home To Stay||2||Audio||1965||Blue Rock|
|20||Coal Man||2||Audio||1969||ATCO Records|
Singer, songwriter and producer, born 10 November 1933 in Clarksdale, Mississippi.
A prolific songwriter with 434 work titles registered at BMI publishing.
Rice was a member of vocal group [b]The Falcons[/b] from 1957 to 1963. In 1965 he wrote and released [i]Mustang Sally[/i], his greatest hit as a solo artist that was covered the next year by fellow ex-Falcon [a=Wilson Pickett].
Rice later joined [l=Stax] Records, where he (co-)composed song such as [i]Respect Yourself[/i] (recorded by [a=Staple Singers, The] in 1971), [i]Do The Funky Penguin[/i] (for [a=Rufus Thomas] also in 1971) and [i]Cheaper To Keep Her[/i] (for [a=Johnnie Taylor] in 1973).
While at Stax Records, he also sang with [b]Ollie & The Nightingales[/b], joining them in 1970.