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Author Jones, Roben.

Title Memphis Boys : the story of American Studios / Roben Jones.

Published Jackson : University Press of Mississippi, [2010]
©2010

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Physical description 1 online resource (xx, 409 pages, 6 unnumbered pages of plates) : illustrations.
polychrome rdacc
Series American made music series.
American made music series.
Books at JSTOR All Purchased.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Contents; Acknowledgments; Introduction; Profiles; 1. Sun Days and Hi Times; 2. Chips, Goldwax, Sandy, and the Garage-Band Sound; 3. The Road, the Tree, and Its Branches; 4. Walking Through an Open Doorway; 5. Grabbing the Pie and Biting the Apple; 6. Soul Dance Number Three: Keeping It Real; 7. New Voices, New Visions, Wayne's World, and a Letter; 8. A Place in the Sun; 9. Chill of an Early Fall; 10. It Looked Like a Family; 11. Standing on the Verge of Getting It On; 12. Songs for Young Weepers: Crying Like a Baby and the Death of a Dream; 13. Memphis Goes On.
14. Early Departures and Late Arrivals15. People Sure Act Funny; 16. The Present Is Prelude; 17. From a Jack to a King; 18. Good-Time Merry-Go-Round: Life after Elvis; 19. Tommy Cogbill's Year; 20. Eyes of a New York Woman; 21. Just Can't Help Believing; 22. Going in Circles; 23. Right Can Be So Wrong; 24. Wasted Doing Nothing; 25. Broken-Hearted Rock and Roll Band; 26. From Atlanta to Good-Bye; Suggested Listening; Notes; Bibliography; Index.
Summary Jones chronicles the story of the rhythm section at Chips Moman's American Studios from 1964, when the group began working together, until 1972, when Moman shut down the studio and moved the entire operation to Atlanta. Utilising extensive interviews with Moman and the group, as well as additional comments from the songwriters, sound engineers, and office staff, the author creates a collective biography combined with a business history and a critical analysis of important recordings.
Other author JSTOR, issuing body.
Subject Moman, Chips.
Memphis Boys (Musical group)
American Sound Studios.
Musicians -- Tennessee -- Memphis.
Sound engineers -- Tennessee -- Memphis.
Sound recording industry -- Tennessee -- Memphis -- History.
Electronic books.
Electronic books.
History.
Standard Number 9786612579332
ISBN 9781604734027 (electronic bk.)
1604734027 (electronic bk.)
9781604734010
1604734019