Articles tagged memphis

Elvis Presley : From Elvis in Memphis: Legacy Edition

Hot on the heels of the phenomenal success of his so called "'68 Comeback Special", Elvis Presley made one of the smartest moves of his career by returning to Memphis to record an album.

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Stacked with soul: Soulmen were spreading the word about Memphis

In the 1960s, three record labels were most responsible for soul music not only undermining and finally eradicating the racial barriers entrenched at AM radio

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30 Jul 2007 // 8:19 AM

Fabled soul-music label gets 50th anniversary relaunch

By the time Otis Redding gets to the first “you-oooo” in “I’ve Been Loving You Too Long (To Stop Now),” you know it’s

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2 May 2007 // 6:26 AM

Stax Records turns 50, looks to a soulful future

In the 1997 book Soulsville U.S.A.: The Story of Stax Records, author Rob Bowman called the storied Memphis soul label a “grand accident.” Now

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Memphis: A Little Place in the Wilderness

Torquil Campbell, the lead singer of the Canadian pop group Stars, fails to replicate the band’s dreamy soundscapes on the second effort from his fledgling side project.

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14 Sep 2004 // 11:00 PM

	Memphis: I Dreamed We Fell Apart

Several of the incidental details of the band Memphis trip off some of the many prejudices lodged in the rock aficionado brain. For starters, Memphis

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//Mixed media

Terror, Dolls, Madhouses: Three for the Price of Price

// Short Ends and Leader

"Three Vincent Price projects from American International.

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