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Performer: Various
Genre: Rock / Blues / Audio recording / Classical music / Folk and World music
Title: It Came From Memphis
Country: US
Released: 1995
Style: Blues Rock, Country Blues
FLAC version ZIP size: 1228 mb
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Rating: 4.3
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In 1959 he was arrested in Memphis for loitering among Negroes in a downtown Negro ale house (illegal in that simpler time and maybe illegal again soon), and he later integrated Monday night wrestling performances at Ellis Auditorium by refusing - like the Beatles a few years later - to perform before segregated audiences. Coming your way with my new book MEMPHIS RENT PARTY: Atlanta, Birmingham, Nashville, New Orleans, Los Angeles and New York. Robert Gordon ecords 3/17 Nashville 2PM Parnassus Books 3/23 New Orleans 6PM Octavia Books (with Michael Tisserand) 3/26 Jackson, MS 5PM Lemuria Books 4/26 Los Angeles Grammy Museum.

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Dewey Phillips Radio Show Excerpt 2:11
2 Mud Boy And The Neutrons* Money Talks
Written-By – Sir Mack Rice
5:51
3 Moses Williams Which Way Did My Baby Go
Voice [Crying Baby] – Unknown Artist
3:27
4 Sid Selvidge Boll Weevil 1:46
5 Furry Lewis Going To Brownsville 5:08
6 Flash And The Memphis Casuals* Uptight Tonight 2:18
7 The Avengers Batarang 3:00
8 Cliff Jackson And Jellean Delk With The Naturals Frank, This Is It
Written-By – Oris Mays*
2:29
9 Drive Inn Danny Rocket Ship Rocket Ship
Brass, Written-By – Col. Lightnin' Tim WinchesterDrums, Written-By – Nik ZoosGuitar, Written-By – Captain Memphis
2:09
10 Dewey Phillips Radio Show Excerpt 1:07
11 Jessie Mae Hemphill She Wolf
Drums – Joe Hicks Guitar [Second Guitar] – Dr. David Evans*
4:40
12 Ross Johnson Wet Bar
Bass, Music By – Rick IvyGuitar – Donald W. Spicer
2:05
13 The Martinis* Hung Over 2:03
14 Lesa Aldridge Story Of My Life
Bass – Unknown ArtistDrums – Jim DickinsonGuitar – Alex Chilton
2:05
15 Othar Turner's Rising Star Fife And Drum Corps* Glory Hallelujah 2:47
16 Moloch Cocaine Katy
Written-By – Eugene Wilkins
3:41
17 Lorette Velvette Oh How It Rained
Bass – Doug EasleyDrums – Kurt RulemanGuitar [Second Guitar] – Alex GreeneSteel Guitar [National Steel Guitar] – Lee Baker Written-By – Eddie Floyd, Steve Cropper
3:53
18 Big Ass Truck I'm A Ram 2:59
19 William Eggleston Selection From Symphony #4, Bonnie Prince Charlie 6:27

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Ardent Studios
  • Recorded At – American Sound Studio, Memphis, TN
  • Recorded At – Sam Phillips Recording
  • Recorded At – The University Of Memphis
  • Recorded At – Sonic Studio
  • Recorded At – Easley Recording
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Upstart Sounds
  • Copyright (c) – Upstart Sounds

Credits

  • Acoustic Guitar, Vocals – Sid Selvidge (tracks: 2)
  • Arranged By – Big Ass Truck (tracks: 18)
  • Bass – Michael "Busta" Jones* (tracks: 16), Joe Boon (tracks: 18), Joe Frank (tracks: 6), Leroy Hodges (tracks: 13), Narvell Watson (tracks: 2)
  • Bass, Written-By – Joe Gaston (tracks: 7)
  • Compilation Producer – Robert Gordon
  • Drums – Bobby Dodds (tracks: 16), Carl Lee Cunningham (tracks: 13), Jimmy Carstein* (tracks: 2), Joe Junior Carrera (tracks: 6), Robert Barnett (tracks: 18)
  • Drums [Drummers] – Unknown Artist (tracks: 15)
  • Drums, Vocals – Cliff Jackson (tracks: 8)
  • Drums, Written-By – Bill Donati (tracks: 7)
  • Electric Guitar, Vocals – Lee Baker (tracks: 2)
  • Guitar – Jimmy Segerson (tracks: 16), Teenie Hodges* (tracks: 13), Mark Tidwell (tracks: 6), Robby Grant (tracks: 18), Steve Selvidge (tracks: 18)
  • Guitar [1-String Guitar] – Moses Williams (tracks: 3)
  • Guitar, Vocals – Furry Lewis (tracks: 5)
  • Guitar, Vocals, Written-By – Joe Lee (tracks: 7)
  • Guitar, Written-By – Jim Dickinson (tracks: 6), Lee Baker (tracks: 7)
  • Keyboards – Hubby Mitchell (tracks: 13)
  • Keyboards, Written-By – Al Greene* (tracks: 18)
  • Lead Vocals, Keyboards – Jim Dickinson (tracks: 2)
  • Organ, Vocals, Written-By – Terry Manning (tracks: 7)
  • Percussion – Bongo Johnny Keys (tracks: 13)
  • Producer – Dr. David Evans* (tracks: 11), Davis McCain (tracks: 17), Doug Easley (tracks: 17), Jerry Williams (tracks: 6), Jim Blake (tracks: 14), James Luther Dickinson* (tracks: 4), Steve Blockman (tracks: 6)
  • Producer, Performer [Everything Else], Written-By – Teddy Paige (tracks: 8)
  • Producer, Written-By – Jerry Phillips (tracks: 8)
  • Producer, Written-By, Saxophone – Packy Axton* (tracks: 13)
  • Recorded By – Roland Janes (tracks: 16, 18)
  • Recorded By, Producer – Terry Manning (tracks: 5)
  • Saxophone – Jim Spake (tracks: 2)
  • Synthesizer [Korg O1W Prox-X] – William Eggleston (tracks: 19)
  • Trumpet – Al "Fish" Herring (tracks: 2)
  • Turntables [Dj] – Colin Butler (tracks: 18)
  • Twelve-String Guitar – Jim Dickinson (tracks: 7)
  • Vocals – David "Flash" Fleischman (tracks: 6), Jellean Delk (tracks: 8), Lesa Aldridge (tracks: 14), Lorette Velvette (tracks: 17), Sid Selvidge (tracks: 4)
  • Vocals, Drums, Lyrics By, Music By – Ross Johnson (tracks: 12)
  • Vocals, Fife, Arranged By – Othar Turner (tracks: 15)
  • Vocals, Guitar – Lee Baker (tracks: 16)
  • Vocals, Guitar, Tambourine, Written-By – Jessie Mae Hemphill (tracks: 11)
  • Vocals, Written-By – Bobby Lawson (tracks: 7), Drive Inn Danny (tracks: 9)
  • Voice [Speech] – Dewey Phillips (tracks: 1, 10)
  • Washboard, Percussion [Trash Cans] – Jimmy Crosthwait (tracks: 2)

Notes

Companion CD to the book, "It Came From Memphis" by Robert Gordon.

Tracks 1 and 10 recorded c. 1957, courtesy of Charles Raiteri.
Track 2 from the album "Negro Streets at Dawn."
Track 3 courtesy the Center for Southern Folklore.
Track 4 recorded at Ardent (Madison), courtesy of Peabody Records, "Cold of the Morning," 1976.
Track 5 recorded at Furry's home, 1969, from the album "Fourth & Beale."
Track 6 recorded at American Studio, courtesy of Steve Blockman and Block Records, 1966.
Track 7 recorded at Ardent #1 (The Sewing Room), courtesy of Ardent Records (incarnation #2), 1966.
Track 8 recorded at Sam Phillips Recording Service, courtesy of Midnight Sun Records, c. 1964-1966.
Track 9 recorded at Ardent (Madison), courtesy of Jill's Birthday Session, 1977.
Track 11 recorded at the University of Memphis, courtesy of High Water Records, 1980.
Track 12 recorded in Rick Ivy's living room, courtesy of Donald W. Spicer, Labory Day Weekend, 1982.
Track 13 recorded at Ardent (National), courtesy of BAR Records (Eddie Braddock, Estelle Axton, Ewell Roussell), 1967.
Track 14 recorded at Ardent (Madison), courtesy of Barbarian Records, 1979.
Track 15 recorded in Mississippi, courtesy of the Center for Southern Folklore.
Track 16 recorded at Sonic Studio, courtesy of Booger Records, 1970-1971.
Track 17 recorded at Easley Recording, courtesy of Eclipse Productions and Veracity Records (GmBH), 1995.
Track 18 recorded at Sam Phillips Recording Service, courtesy of Inbred Records, 1993.
Track 19 courtesy of William Eggleston, 1994.

℗ © 1995 Upstart Sounds.
Printed in Canada.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0 11671 80222 0

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
UPSTART 022 Various It Came From Memphis ‎(CDr, Comp) Upstart Sounds UPSTART 022 US 1995