Elvis Presley's Sun recordings

Elvis Presley's Sun Recordings

Elvis Presley's Sun recordings

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Elvis Presley's Sun recordings were made by Elvis Presley at Sun Studio in Memphis, Tennessee, U.S.A. between 1953 and 1955. The recordings were produced by Sam Phillips. Memphis is a melting pot of many types of music: both black music (blues, rhythm & blues, gospel) and white music (country & western, hillbilly), the recordings reflect these influences. In 2002, 'Elvis Presley's Sun Recordings' was inducted into the US Congress's National Recording Registry.

Presley recorded more than 20 songs at Sun, 18 of them have survived and two tapes are lost. Ten were released by Sun as Elvis' first five singles between 1954 and 1955, and a year after he left for RCA he revisited the same studio to have a spontaneous informal session with Carl Perkins, Johnny Cash, and Jerry Lee Lewis. This meeting was recorded on December 4, 1956, and dubbed The Million Dollar Quartet by the local paper the next day.



On July 18,Saturday, the summer of 1953, Presley first went to the Memphis Recording Service at the Sun Record Company, now commonly known as Sun Studio. He paid $3.98 to record the first of two double-sided demo acetate, "My Happiness" and "That's When Your Heartaches Begin." Presley reportedly gave the acetate to his mother as a much-belated extra birthday present,"". elvis.com. Retrieved on 2007-10-14. though the Presleys did not own a record player at the time.<ref...
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