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"Charlie Feathers is the main reason there is and was Sun Records. I will always be a Charlie Feathers fan." - Johnny Cash
Unsung Genius of Early Sun
Posted by Charles Plymell, author of Benzedrine Highway, Kicks Books.t on 15th Feb 2015
They all came around Sun Records (including Elvis) to hear roots pickin' of rock-a-billy, grounded in likes of Jimmy Rogers, Roy Acuff. Can play anything with feeling. great as lately acknowledge George Jones. Ma Bell's daughters, the telephone operators of Memphis already had a fan club for him to dance to. Something was happening, man. Chalie said, "It was something, man, you could tell it." Quentin Claunch, who did ("These ain't Raindrops" for James Carr) my gospel truthsayer said, "He could get a feeling going that could knock you out." Try "South of Chicago" if you want to get knocked up...er knocked out!