Clark, Rick
September 2003
Mix;Sep2003, Vol. 27 Issue 10, p16
Pays tribute to Sun Records founder and recording legend Sam Phillips, who died in July 2003 due to respiratory complications. Producer/musician Jim Dickinson's reflections on Phillips; Phillips' career history; Examples of some legendary Phillips-produced recordings; Awards.


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