I referred to this radio show in a previous post, but I did not know whether it was currently available online. After free registration on this site, you can listen to this one hour documentary about Elvis's experience recording at American. All five Memphis Boys participated and share their stories! Great stuff!
Sunday, February 07, 2010
Listen to Charles Chalmers' recollections about the Aretha Franklin Respect sessions with Tommy Cogbill and Chips Moman.
Posted by Allen at 3:32 PM
Mac Davis reminisces about the writing of In the Ghetto. Interesting to learn that the guitar lick Reggie plays in the intro (which he acknowledges was taken from Mac's demo) actually originated from country singer Freddy Weller!
Posted by Allen at 2:33 PM
NAMM's Oral History project featured this interview with Reggie Young:
Posted by Allen at 2:25 PM
Wikipedia's article on American Sound Studio:
Posted by Allen at 2:20 PM
Interesting post about the recording of Billy Swan's I Can Help, which featured Reggie, Mike, Bobby Wood, and Bobby Emmons.
Posted by Allen at 2:14 PM