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Phillips recorded what some — notably music historian Peter Guralnick — consider the first rock and roll record: " Rocket 88 " by Jackie Brenston and his Delta Cats, a band led by 19-year-old Ike Turner, who also wrote the song.
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The label agreed to let Parton sing country music after her composition, " Put It Off Until Tomorrow ," as recorded by Bill Phillips ( and with Parton, uncredited, on harmony ), went to number six on the country music charts in 1966.
Musician / songwriter, Utah Phillips has recorded a song referencing Scribner, " The Saw Playing Musician " on the album Fellow Workers with Ani DiFranco.
Contenders for the title of " first rock and roll record " include Goree Carter's " Rock Awhile " ( 1949 ); Jimmy Preston's " Rock the Joint " ( 1949 ), which was later covered by Bill Haley & His Comets in 1952 ; and " Rocket 88 " by Jackie Brenston and his Delta Cats ( actually an alias for Ike Turner and his band The Kings of Rhythm ), recorded by Sam Phillips for Sun Records in March 1951.
In July 1954, Elvis Presley recorded the regional hit " That's All Right ( Mama )" at Sam Phillips ' Sun Studio in Memphis.
A musical style known as " gut-bucket blues " came out of the jug band scene, and was cited by Sam Phillips of Sun Records as the type of music he was seeking when he first recorded Elvis Presley.
The song has been recorded by many artists, including The Andrews Sisters, Louis Armstrong, Ray Charles, Johnnie Ray, Bee Gees, Bing Crosby, Ella Fitzgerald, George Formby, Al Jolson, Liberace, Billy Murray, Liza Minnelli, Sid Phillips, Bessie Smith and Julie Andrews.
* New York Times Image: " Randy Phillips, an airman, recorded the experience of telling his parents he was gay.
The original recording was recorded by the Cosmopolitan Orchestra under the direction of Jos Cleber, and it was recorded on Phillips tape in 1951 by the Radio of Jakarta.
In addition to musical performances, Phillips recorded events such as weddings and funerals, selling the recordings.
From 1950 to 1954 Phillips recorded the music of James Cotton, Rufus Thomas, Rosco Gordon, Little Milton, Bobby Blue Bland, and others.
Before those days Sun Records had mainly been noted for recording African-American artists, as Phillips loved Rhythm and Blues and wanted to get black music recorded for a white audience.
It was Sun record producer and engineer, Jack Clement, who discovered and recorded Jerry Lee Lewis, while owner Sam Phillips was away on a trip to Florida.
In addition to playing piano and Hammond organ with the Heartbreakers, Tench is also known as a skilled session musician, having recorded with dozens of notable artists, including Johnny Cash, U2, Elisa, Stevie Nicks, Lucinda Williams, Sam Phillips, You Am I, Susanna Hoffs, Bob Dylan, Roy Orbison, The Rolling Stones, Don Henley, John Prine, Ringo Starr, John Fogerty, Elvis Costello, Bonnie Raitt, Sheryl Crow, Waylon Jennings, Paul Westerberg, X, Mary Chapin Carpenter, Carlene Carter, The dB's, Alanis Morissette, The Ramones, The Screaming Trees, The Tragically Hip, The Divinyls, The Goo Goo Dolls, Green Day, The Cult, The Jayhawks, Dave Rawlings, Fiona Apple, Lone Justice, Sean Watkins, New Found Glory, Tift Merritt, Peter Case, Neil Diamond, Ryan Adams and Powderfinger, Naughty Sweeties City of Glass, as well as many others.
His songs have been recorded by Little Big Town, Faith Hill, Garth Brooks, Babyface, Amy Grant, Joe Cocker, Kathy Mattea, Martina McBride, Wynonna Judd, Trisha Yearwood, Bonnie Raitt, Susan Ashton, Michael W. Smith, Jill Phillips, Michael Crawford, Peter Frampton, Casting Crowns and Eric Clapton, whose version of Kirkpatrick's " Change the World " won the Grammy Award for Song of the Year.
Phillips was signed to a solo contract with Myrrh Records-under her given name-and recorded four Christian pop albums, Beyond Saturday Night, Dancing with Danger, Black and White in a Grey World and, finally, The Turning, which teamed her with producer and future husband, T-Bone Burnett.
Sam Phillips ' Sun Records company recorded musicians such as Howlin ' Wolf ( before he moved to Chicago ), Willie Nix, Ike Turner, and B. B. King.
In the mid-1970s, Eric and Ernie recorded a tribute album, Morecambe and Wise Sing Flanagan and Allen ( Phillips 6382 095 ), in which they performed some of the earlier team's more popular songs in their own style, without attempting to imitate the originals.
In 1975, Blassie recorded voiceovers for the songs " Blassie, King of Men " and " Pencil Neck Geek ", which were performed by Johnny Legend, featuring Billy Zoom on guitar, Jay Phillips on guitar and Steve Clark on drums.
He has performed and recorded with Tom Waits, John Zorn, David Sylvian, Jack McDuff, Wilson Pickett, The Lounge Lizards, Arto Lindsay, T-Bone Burnett, Medeski, Martin and Wood, Cibo Matto, Elysian Fields, Sam Phillips, Elvis Costello, David Poe, Allen Ginsberg, Foetus, Robert Plant & Alison Krauss, Susana Baca, The Black Keys, Stan Ridgway, Vinicio Capossela, Alain Bashung, Lyenn, Hector Zazou, McCoy Tyner, Elton John, Madeline Peyroux, Marianne Faithfull, Leonid Fedorov, Tonio K, Andres Calamaro, Anarchist Republic of Bzzz and others.
Otis was so impressed that he recorded her for Modern Records and added her to his traveling revue, the California Rhythm and Blues Caravan, billed as ' Little Esther Phillips ' ( she reportedly took the surname from a gas station sign ).
Now billed as Esther Phillips instead of Little Esther, she recorded a country tune, " Release Me ," with producer Bob Gans.
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Near the end of the 17th century, John Phillips, a nephew of poet John Milton, published what is considered by Putnam the worst English translated version.
He argued that the Phillips curve was not stable and predicted what would come to be known as stagflation.
Using first-hand remarks ( which would later be published in Philosophical Investigations, Culture and Value, and other works ), philosophers such as Peter Winch and Norman Malcolm developed what has come to be known as contemplative philosophy, a Wittgensteinian school of thought rooted in the " Swansea tradition " and which includes Wittgensteinians such as Rush Rhees, Peter Winch and D. Z. Phillips, among others.
Orbison rankled quietly at Phillips ' dictating what the band would play and how Orbison was to sing it.
The project went without serious incident until April 26, 1835, when the surveying group was attacked by fifty to sixty members of General Brown's militia in what is now called the Battle of Phillips Corners.
When asked what she considered her greatest accomplishment, Phillips was quick to say, simply, “ surviving ”.
Although Steve Sholes was credited as the official producer of Elvis after his move to RCA, it was Elvis who in reality, produced most of the music, using what he had learned from Sam Phillips.
At age fourteen years, using the I IV V chord progression common to country songs of the day, he wrote what came to be known around Jackson as " Let Me Take You To the Movie, Magg " ( the song would convince Sam Phillips to sign Perkins to his Sun Records label ).
In 1832, Phillips and Graham sold the entire tract of land to seceders from the Harmony Society at Economy, and moved their boat yards to what is now Freedom.
Robert J. Gordon of Northwestern University has analyzed the Phillips curve to produce what he calls the triangle model, in which the actual inflation rate is determined by the sum of
For instance, someone can find out what number Electress Sophia of Hanover would be on an ahnentafel of Peter Mark Andrew Phillips.
According to Hickman in the foreword to The Soulforge, " were just settling in to the game when I turned to my good friend Terry Phillips and asked what his character was doing.
A notable accomplishment of this effort was the discovery of a set of " lost " photos in the Magnum archive, from the shooting of the movie American Graffiti, achieved through a combination of human tagging and machine intelligence: The crowdsourcing identified the individuals in the photos ( e. g., George Lucas, Ron Howard, Richard Dreyfuss, and Mackenzie Phillips, shown in separate photos from one shooting ), but then the underlying machine process connected these together to see what is common among them.
Adam Phillips suggests that ' the radical nature of Freud's project is clear if one imagines what it would be like to live in a world in which everyone was able-had the capacity-to free-associate, to say whatever came into their mind at any given moment ... like a collage '.
Disappointed with what he regarded as Lincoln's slow action, Phillips opposed his reelection in 1864, breaking with Garrison, who supported a candidate for the first time.
National City Lines, Inc. ( NCL ) was a controversial front company founded in Minnesota, United States in 1920 as a modest local transport company operating two buses which was reorganized into a holding company in 1936 with equity funding from General Motors, Firestone Tire, Standard Oil of California and Phillips Petroleum for the express purpose of acquiring local transit systems throughout the United States in what became known as the Great American Streetcar Scandal.
Later, when standing with others on the upturned boat, Phillips explained when I said that I did not recollect any Mesaba report: " I just put the message under a paper weight at my elbow, just until I squared up what I was doing before sending it to the Bridge.
On May 15, 2007, to begin the Dallas Cowboys ' spring mini-camp under new head coach Wade Phillips, Owens was questioned by ESPN about what he learned during his one-season experience with former head coach Bill Parcells.
The following morning, Mrs. Phillips says what Maddy did was wrong, but apologizes as it was her over-protection that started all the trouble in the first place.
" David Atlee Phillips, a former CIA station chief in Mexico City, described the method of recruitment years later to Bernstein: " Somebody from the Agency says, ' I want you to sign a piece of paper before I tell you what it's about.