Monday, December 5, 2016

Segment 3 of "Feel Like Going Home: The Songs Of Charlie Rich"/ Rockabilly N Blues Radio Hour 12-05-16

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We hear our 3rd and final segment of "Feel Like Going Home: The Songs Of Charlie Rich" with tunes and interviews from artists appearing on this new release on Memphis International Records.  This episode we speak with Preston Shannon and Susan Marshall.  Interviews were conducted at the Sam Phillips Recording Services Studio at 639 Madison Avenue in Memphis.  Not only was the bulk of this tribute album recorded there but it was the same studio Charlie Rich recorded most of his songs during his time with Sam Phillips. In fact, it's the SAME piano there in the studio!

We also hear Christmas tunes from Charlie Rich, Elvis Presley, Billy Burnette and classics from James Intveld and Lefty Frizzell!

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Intro Voice Over- Rob "Cool Daddy" Dempsey
Intro Music Bed:  Brian Setzer- "Rockabilly Blues"
Jeff Phillips (Memphis International Records),
Preston Shannon, Johnny Phillips (Select-O-Hits)
at album listening party
Sam Phillips Recording Services studio
Memphis, TN  Oct. 11, 2016

James Intveld- "Modern Don Juan"
Lefty Frizzell- "You're Humbugging Me"

Feel Like Going Home: The Songs Of Charlie Rich
Snippet of "Feel Like Going Home"- Kevin Connolly
Preston Shannon interview
Segment 1
Preston Shannon- "Easy Money"
Segment 2
Charlie Rich- "Big Man"
Segment 3
Anita Suhanin- "Midnight Blues"
Will Kimbrough- "Sittin' & Thinkin'"
Michael Dinallo, Charlie Rich Jr,
Susan Marshall at album listening party
Sam Phillips Recording Services studio
Memphis, TN  Oct. 11, 2016

Susan Marshall interview
Segment 1
Susan Marshall- "Time & Again"
Segment 2
Charlie Rich- "Rebound"
Segment 3
Snippet of "Feel Like Going Home"- Kevin Connolly

Charlie Rich- "Santa Claus' Daughter"
Elvis Presley- "Santa Bring My Baby Back (To Me)"
Billy Burnette- "Rock & Roll In Christmas"

Outro music bed: Los Straitjackets- "Sleigh Bells"


















Monday, November 28, 2016

Segment 2 of "Feel Like Going Home: The Songs Of Charlie Rich"/ Rockabilly N Blues Radio Hour 11-28-16

Charlie Rich
We hear our 2nd segment (of 3) of "Feel Like Going Home: The Songs Of Charlie Rich" with tunes and interviews from artists appearing on this new release on Memphis International Records.  This episode we speak with Jerry Phillips (one of Sam's sons), Holli Mosley, Halley Phillips (co-producer of Holli's track/ Jerry's daughter) and singer-songwriter Keith Sykes.  Interviews were conducted at the Sam Phillips Recording Services Studio at 639 Madison Avenue in Memphis.  Not only was the bulk of this tribute album recorded there but it was the same studio Charlie Rich recorded most of his songs during his time with Sam Phillips. In fact, it's the SAME piano there in the studio!

We also hear tunes from Howlin' Wolf, Jerry Lee Lewis and Big Sand & His Fly Rite Boys!

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Jerry Phillips with a photo of his dad,
Sam Phillips
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Intro Voice Over- Rob "Cool Daddy" Dempsey
Intro Music Bed:  Brian Setzer- "Rockabilly Blues"

Feel Like Going Home:
Shooter Jennings- "Rebound"
Jerry Phillips interview
Segment 1
Charlie Rich- "Right Behind You Baby"
Segment 2
Jackie Brenston & His Delta Cats- "Rocket 88"

Holli Mosley & Halley Phillips interview
Segment 1
Holli Mosely- "Who Will The Next Fool Be"
Holli Mosley
Segment 2
Johnny Hoy- "Don't Put No Headstone On My Grave"

Keith Sykes interview
Segment 1
Charlie Rich- "Lonely Weekends"
Segment 2
Keith Sykes with Grace Askew- "Everything I Do Is Wrong"

Howlin' Wolf- "How Many More Years"
Jerry Lee Lewis- "Mean Woman Blues"
Halley Phillips
Big Sandy & His Fly Rite Boys- "Feelin' Kinda Lucky"

Outro music bed: Joel Paterson- "Fender Freeze"
Keith Sykes












Holli Mosley





Monday, November 21, 2016

Segment 1 of "Feel Like Going Home: The Songs Of Charlie Rich"/ Rockabilly N Blues Radio Hour 11-21-16



We hear our first segment (of 3) called "Feel Like Going Home: The Songs Of Charlie Rich" with tunes and interviews from artists appearing on this new release on Memphis International Records.  This episode we speak with Charlie Rich Jr. as well as the album's producer, Michael Dinallo.  Interviews were conducted at the Sam Phillips Recording Services Studio at 639 Madison Avenue in Memphis.  Not only was the bulk of this tribute album recorded there but it was the same studio Charlie Rich recorded most of his songs during his time with Sam Phillips. In fact, it's the SAME piano there in the studio!

We also hear NEW tracks from The B-Stars, Pat Capocci and rockers from the Cochran Brothers, Wanda Jackson and Johnny Cash!

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Intro Voice Over- Rob "Cool Daddy" Dempsey
Intro Music Bed:  Brian Setzer- "Rockabilly Blues"
Charlie Rich Jr & James Riley
at the album release party in
Memphis, TN

The B-Stars- "The Everything Blues"
The Cochran Brothers- "Tired & Sleepy"


Feel Like Going Home: The Songs Of Charlie Rich
Snippet of "Feel Like Going Home"- Kevin Connolly
Jim Lauderdale- "Lonely Weekends"
Charlie Rich, Jr interview
Segment 1
Charlie Rich- "Philadelphia Baby"
Segment 2
Charlie Rich, Jr- "Break Up"
Segment 3
Michael Dinallo, Producer
The Malpass Brothers- "Caught In The Middle"

Mercy Brothers- "Misery Train"
Michael Dinallo interview
Segment 1
Juliet Simmons Dinallo- "Whirlwind"
Segment 2
Charlie Rich- "Gonna Be Waitin'"
Segment 3
Snippet of "Feel Like Going Home"- Kevin Connolly

Pat Capocci- "Burn It Down Baby"
Wanda Jackson- "Mean Mean Man"
Johnny Cash- "One Piece At A Time"

Outro music bed: The Hawk (Jerry Lee Lewis)- "In The Mood"







Behind the scenes:



Tuesday, November 15, 2016

Elvis' Love Me Tender movie premiered this day in 1956


Elvis Presley's first film ,Love Me Tender, had it's movie premier at New York's Paramount Theater this day in 1956.  A massive cardboard cutout of Elvis is placed in front.

See the movie trailer here...