Sir Mack Rice

Bonny Rice

Also known as B. Rice, M Rice, M. Price, M. Rice, M.Rice, Mac Rice, Mack Rice, Mak Rice, Mark Rice, Mc Rice, Rice, Rice, Mack, Sir Mac Rice
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Discography of Sir Mack Rice:

# 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
7 Mini-Skirt Minnie 2 Audio 1967 Stax
8 Love's A Mother Brother 2 Audio 1969 ATCO Records
9 Women!! 3 Audio 1988 Summitt 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
17 Mini-Skirt Minnie 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
21 Women!! 2 Audio 1988 Summitt 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.


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