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  The Sun Records Label Story
The record was unsuccessful, and Sam Phillips subsequently negotiated a contract with Modern Records for Joe Hill Louis recordings.
The first record on Sun was to be number 174 by "Little Walter" Horton and Jack Kelly titled "Blues in My Condition" [billed as by "Jackie Boy and Little Walter"] but a negative reaction to samples circulated to radio stations persuaded Phillips not issue the record commercially.
Sun Records was first and foremost a singles label, only 12 albums were issued on Sun and another 8 on the Phillips International label.
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 Sun Records - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Sun Records was a record label based in Memphis, Tennessee starting operations on March 27, 1952.
The original Sun Records logo was designed by John Gale Parker, Jr., a resident of Memphis and high school classmate of Sam Phillips.
The music of many Sun Records musicians helped lay part of the foundation of late 20th century popular music and rock and roll and influenced many younger musicians, particularly the Beatles.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Sun_Records   (449 words)

 Scotty Moore - Sun Records
"Sun Record Company" is a label that he founded a couple of years after to produce the product recorded by the Memphis Recording Service and then later at the Sam Phillips Recording Service.
"Sun Studio" is now the business that was started in the '80s at the former home of the Memphis Recording Service but is quite often used to refer to the studio of Sun Records.
He and Bill Black first recorded there in early 1954 with the Starlite Wranglers prior to auditioning Elvis and then were brought in on July 5 to accompany Elvis to see how he'd sound on tape.
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 Painted Sun Records
Bay area based singer/ songwriter Forest Sun is poised to follow his groundbreaking debut "Not Afraid" with his sophomore release "Plenty": a collection of songs that that further establishes his singular artistry and broadens the stroke of his seamless, deceptively simple interweaving of roots, jazz, folk, gospel, soul and speakeasy blues.
Sun's recent albums is one of the most sincere and enjoyable albums I have heard in a long time.
Forest Sun — his real name — is a Bay Area songwriter who inhabits a musical world populated by the spirits of ghosts and peers and somehow in his songs manages to keep all those identities separate from his.
www.paintedsun.com /pages/forestsun.html   (1702 words)

Sun Records is world famous today as the label that produced the best white rock ‘n’ roll & rockabilly of the 1950s.
Johnny Cash was the most successful pure country artist at Sun & it was at Sun he recorded classics like "Folsom prison blues", "I walk the line", etc. When Cash left Sun in the late ‘50s, that was the begging of the end for the label.
Sun was far from being the dominant label of the rock era - but it was the label that produced the greatest music of that time.
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 (AP) The King reunites with Sun Records | WKRN.COM   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Elvis Presley will be reunited with Sun Records as part of a licensing agreement between the owner of the historic label and the singer's estate.
Presley's first recordings were with Sun Records, which sold its Elvis recording catalog to RCA Victor in the fall of...
"Sun Records logo product has enjoyed many years of success with music lovers of all generations and, almost inarguably, the successful 50-year history of merchandising related to Elvis Presley is unrivaled," Sun Entertainment chairman Shelby S. Singleton said in a press release.
www.wkrn.com /nashville/news/ap-the-king-reunites-with-sun-records   (382 words)

 Sun Studio - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Sun Studio opened by rock pioneer Sam Phillips at 706 Union Avenue in Memphis, Tennessee, on January 3, 1950.
Reputedly the first rock-and-roll single, Jackie Brenston and his Delta Cats' "Rocket 88," was recorded there in 1951 with song composer Ike Turner on keyboards, leading the studio to claim status as the birthplace of rock.
In 1987 the original building housing the Sun Records label and Memphis Recording Service was reopened as "Sun Studio"; a recording business and tourism attraction that has attracted many notable artists including U2, who recorded tracks for Rattle and Hum there.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Sun_Studio   (390 words)

 AP Wire | 10/13/2006 | Elvis Presley reunites with Sun Records as part of a new licensing agreement   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Presley's first recordings were with Sun Records, which sold its Elvis recording catalog to RCA Victor in the fall of 1955 as Presley was on the verge of stardom.
Original Sun Records owner/producer Sam Phillips and his company played a pivotal role in the careers of not only Presley, but also Johnny Cash, B.B. King, Jerry Lee Lewis, Charlie Rich, Ike Turner, Rufus Thomas, Roy Orbison and other important artists in rock, country and RandB music in the 1950s.
The new Elvis and Sun Records co-branded products should begin appearing later this year in retail outlets and online at http://www.SunRecords.com and http://www.ShopElvis.com.
www.sunherald.com /mld/sunherald/news/15751793.htm   (277 words)

 Sun Records "The Sam also Rises"
With a background in radio, a popular record to spearhead his efforts, and a flair for helping meld white rhythm and fl blues into a rockabilly rainbow, Sam soon had some of the planet's finest emerging artists circling around Sun.
Before he was done, Phillips' small record label would boast a list of legends that would become the envy of every major recording company in the business.
One of the major players of the day was RCA Records which would eventually purchase Elvis' contract from the then cash-needy Sun in late 1955 for a laughable $35,000.
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 Sun Records Recording Studio   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
The tour was basically this; we stood in the middle of the room and pivoted 360 degrees while the tour guide sat on her butt and told the story of Sun Records.
One tape had a recording of Elvis getting a little irritated at Carl Perkins, who was standing in the Lobby making faces through the window to the studio.
I was taking pictures of anything the room had to offer, records, guitars, a microphone that Elvis recorded with, and the ceiling tile.
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 San Bernardino County Sun - Open records veto called betrayal
The governor's veto of a bill designed to enhance the public's access to state records shows a betrayal of his campaign promise to open government, said an open-records advocate who conceived the idea for the bill.
Records Act requests would be unduly burdensome on the Attorney General's Office.
The average grade for the first audit, conducted in January, was F, and prompted a state assemblyman's bill to ease the public's access to records.
sbsun.com /ci_4449275   (829 words)

 CD Baby: FOREST SUN: For The Story
Forest Sun has won the hearts and ears of audiences ranging from the Strawberry Music Festival and Oregon Country Fair to many a smaller venue both locally and nationally.
Forest's release For The Story as well as his previous records (Plenty and Not Afraid) have earned resounding acclaim from music critics, and while it is tempting to try to classify Sun's music, one is hard pressed to do so.
As one journalist put it: "(Sun) is a songwriter and composer first, and brings his command of so many genres and manifold chops to bear only in service of the songs.
www.cdbaby.com /cd/forestsun3   (876 words)

 San Bernardino County Sun - Records not so easy to obtain
The California Public Records Act allows any member of the public to request to review and get copies of information held by a public agency, such as a city office or school district.
According to the act, "Public records are open to inspection at all times during the office hours of the state or local agency and every person has a right to inspect any public record.
A verbal request to access public records from the Fontana Unified School District, including the superintendent's employment contract, was required to be put in writing.
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 Johnny Cash, MP3 Music Download at eMusic
Recorded during a prison concert, the album spawned the number one country hit "Folsom Prison Blues," which also crossed over into the pop charts.
His first album for the label, American Recordings, was produced by the label's founder, Rick Rubin, and was a stark, acoustic collection of songs.
American Recordings, while not a blockbuster success, revived his career critically and brought him in touch with a younger, rock-oriented audience.
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 Sam Phillips Sun Records
As owner of Sun Records and frequent producer of discs at his Sun Studios he was vital to launching the careers of Elvis Presley, Carl Perkins, Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis, B.B. King, Howlin' Wolf, Rufus Thomas and numerous other significant artists.
The Memphis recording studio opened in January 1950 with the slogan "We Record Anything-Anywhere- Anytime." With a Presto five-imput mixer board and Presto PT900 portable tape recorder in the Trunk of his car, Phillips would whatever weddings, funerals or religious gatherings he could book.
By 1954 he had upgraded his equipment and installed two Ampex 350 recorders: one a console model and another mounted behind his head for the tape delay echo, or slapback.
www.history-of-rock.com /sam_phillips_sun_records.htm   (801 words)

 Searching Memphis for Sun Records   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
I'm not too picky, but if I come back to this earth and find that someone has put my name over the furnace room or the room where all the smokers get to hang out, there's gonna be some serious haunting going on.
Now-a-day's its a recording studio and museum, even though the record label was sold years ago.
As luck would have it, the Sun Studio Cafe was right next door to the studio.
www.vgg.com /otr/findingsun.html   (643 words)

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 The King reunites with Sun Records - iht,arts,music,US Sun Records Elvis - Arts & Leisure - International Herald ...
NASHVILLE, Tennessee Elvis Presley will be reunited with Sun Records as part of a licensing agreement between the owner of the historic label and the singer's estate.
Sun Entertainment Corp. of Nashville, Tennessee, announced the agreement with Elvis Presley Enterprises Inc. Thursday.
The new Elvis and Sun Records co-branded products should begin appearing in late 2006 in retail outlets and online at http://www.SunRecords.com and http://www.ShopElvis.com.
www.iht.com /articles/ap/2006/10/12/arts/NA_A-E_MUS_US_Sun_Records_Elvis.php   (325 words)

 Sam Phillips' Sun Records
The first Sun release in March 1952: "Drivin' Slow" was by Johnny London, a sixteen year old fl saxophone player.
Presley recorded "My Happiness" and "This Is Where Your Heartache Begins" to give the record to his mother, Gladys, for a birthday present.The fact is that Gladys' birthday was in the spring and it is more likely that Presley made the record for himself, to hear how he sounded.
Elvis deserved a national record distributor, and Sam needed capitol to develop the talent that was coming to Sun Records based on Elvis's success.
www.history-of-rock.com /sam_phillips_sun_records_two.htm   (1273 words)

 purevolume™ | Year of the Sun Records
Year of the Sun Records was founded in 2002 in an effort to redefine what independent music is and where it can go.
This is about the dawn of a new age where fresh positive tendrils can sprout unchallenged from the confining shell of negativity.
Year of the Sun Records hasn't posted any shows yet.
www.purevolume.com /yearofthesunrecords   (166 words)

 LivinBlues- Sam Phillips and Sun Records
Sun Records had further success with recordings by Jr.
Sun Records produced hit after hit such as Carl Perkins 'Blue Suede Shoes', and Jerry Lee's 'Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On'.
Sun Records was first and foremost a singles label, only 12 albums were issued on Sun Records.
www.livinblues.com /bluesrooms/sunrecords.asp   (402 words)

 Happy Sun Recording
recorded, it would be inexpensive to manufacture more.
A few years ago, we recorded our first CD to the tune of $5,000.
In the end, we found that the recordings were more alive with a great raw feel that was missing when we
hometown.aol.com /happysunrecords/index.html   (622 words)

 Barnes & Noble.com - Music: Sun Records: 25 More Blues Classics, CD
Because it digs into the second layer of blues recorded at Sun Records, this CD, unlike its predecessor, Sun Records: 25 Blues Classics, doesn't contain the handful of Sun blues recordings that might be familiar to the non-specialist (Junior Parker's "Mystery Train," Rufus Thomas' "Bear Cat," Billy "The Kid" Emerson's "Red Hot").
Still, Sun's blues catalog was deep and worthy enough to make this second dip another good sampling of early electric Memphis blues, almost all of it recorded between 1952 and 1955, ten of those tracks unissued at the time (though a couple more modern-sounding items from 1962 close out the set).
The sound and performances are primal and recorded with effective starkness, and though the variety of approaches isn't huge, it does encompass some ballads, piano blues, and boogies in addition to the more guitar- and harmonica-driven, uptempo sleek raunchy stuff that is the most esteemed section of Sun's blues output.
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 NPR - Morning Edition - Sam Phillips, The Legacy of Sun Records   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Phillips agrees that the Memphis studio's distinctive acoustics and the informality of the recording sessions were keys to its -- and his -- success.
This recording, widely considered the first rock 'n' roll record, hits No. 1 on the R & B chart.
Drawn to Sun by Presley's first single, Carl Perkins and his band audition for, and are signed by, Phillips.
www.npr.org /programs/morning/features/2001/nov/phillips/011128.sam.phillips.html   (1044 words)

 PRESS RELEASE eMusic Discovers Trove of Unknown Sun Records Material From Artists Charlie Rich, Rosco Gordon and Bill ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
The newly discovered Rich recordings are particularly startling as they include twelve titles not previously known to exist, even to Rich fanatics.
In addition to his role as a hit artist, Rich served as a staff writer for Sun Records during the '50s, and "Seven Dreams," "Waiting All Alone," and "Unsuspecting Me" are thought to have been demos written by Rich that were recorded at his home between in 1957 and 1962 and never released.
In the '50s, he joined the Sun Records roster, becoming an architect of the label's early sound.
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 Amazon.com: Sun Records: An Oral History (For the Record): Books: John Floyd   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
It was the place where blues, pop, and country merged into rock and roll--and the sounds that emerged from the tiny storefront at 706 Union Avenue in Memphis are still reverberating around the world nearly fifty years after they were made.
On Sam Phillipss bright yellow Sun Records label spun a mind-bendingly eclectic body of music by Carl Perkins, Jerry Lee Lewis, Roy Orbison, Charlie Rich, Junior Parker, Johnny Cash, and many others.
In their own words, they take you through the studio doors for a riveting look at the most influential creative environment in pop music history and the cantankerous genius who rules over it all--and make you an eyewitness to the birth of rock and roll.
www.amazon.com /Sun-Records-Oral-History-Record/dp/0380793733   (992 words)

 Amazon.com: Sun Records 50th Anniversary Collection: Music: Various Artists   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
These recordings are about the hippest cuts ever to come out of a CD player, and taken as a whole (44 tracks, count 'em) they will blow your mind clear to Nashville.
Memphis is that magical place where the blues intersects with jazz, gospel and country and forms a unique hybrid known as rockabilly or rock n'roll.
Sam Phillips began Sun Records in 1950 to capture the raw gospel and blues sounds he loved so much and to sell his records to the existing RandB companies of the day.
www.amazon.com /Sun-Records-50th-Anniversary-Collection/dp/B00006BXG8   (1028 words)

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