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THE MAN WHO INVENTED ROCK 'N' ROLL
November 18, 2015  -  Yep Roc Records /  Elvis Express Radio
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Sam Phillips: The Man Who Invented Rock 'n' Roll is the title of the new book that was released more than a week ago from Peter Guralnick. At the Country Music Hall of Fame and
Museum in Nashville, Tennessee, there is an exhibition about the life and work of Phillips. And begin December, there is the release of the limited edition vinyl boxset of 'Sam
Phillips: The Man Who Invented Rock 'n' Roll', a 55-track companion to Peter Guralnick's biography of the same name, and a personal, idiosyncratic survey of one of the most
important bodies of work in recording history.

The 3LP set features songs hand-selected by Guralnick, who also wrote an exclusive track-by-track essay for the release. Mostly spanning the years 1950-1961, the set shines a
light on Phillips' unique approach to recording, his cosmic genius, and revolutionary role in the evolution of blues, country, R&B, gospel and the birth of rock 'n' roll.

Featuring big hits, near misses, and never-even-close tracks by Elvis Presley, Howlin' Wolf, Johnny Cash, B.B. King, Jerry Lee Lewis, Charlie Rich, Carl Perkins, Roy Orbison, and
scores of other singular artists, Sam Phillips: The Man Who Invented Rock 'N' Roll delivers, in his own words, "individualism in the extreme."

Every track on this collection celebrates, whether intentionally or not, the diversity and beauty and rawness, the grandness and intimacy and comic and tragic drama of the human
experience.

Sam Phillips: The Man Who Invented Rock ‘n’ Roll was curated by Peter Guralnick ( Last Train to Memphis: The Rise of Elvis Presley) and accompanies his landmark Sam
Phillips biography of the same title.  These tracks are a hand-picked selection of Sam Phillips productions that illustrate Phillips’ unique (sounds and sense) approach to recording
and his cosmic genius.  A celebration of the period (1950 - 1961) in which Sam played a revolutionary role in the music business, this collection includes big hits, near misses and
never-was tracks that encompass blues, country, gospel, r&b,  and the birth of rock & roll.

DISC 1
01. Jerry Lee Lewis Hello Hello Baby
02. Howlin’ Wolf Moanin’ at Midnight
03. The Prisonaires Just Walkin’ in the Rain
04. Howlin’ Wolf How Many More Years
05. Jackie Brenston and His Delta Cats (Ike Turner) Rocket 88
06. Joe Hill Louis Gotta Let You Go
07. The Jones Brothers Every Night
08. Howard Seratt Troublesome Waters
09. Jimmy and Walter Easy
10. Jimmy and Walter Before Long
11. Willie Nix Lonesome Bedroom
12. Johnny Cash Big River
13. Carl Perkins Boppin’ the Blues
14. Doctor Ross The Boogie Disease
15. Elvis Presley Baby Let’s Play House
16. Roy Orbison Ooby Dooby
17. Little Junior’s Blue Flames Love My Baby
18. Carl Perkins Matchbox
19. Jerry Lee Lewis Whole Lotta Shakin’ Going On
20. Billy Riley Flyin’ Saucers Rock & Roll
21. B.B. King She’s Dynamite
22. Howlin’ Wolf Mr. Highway Man (Cadillac Daddy)
23. Rufus Thomas Tiger Man
24. Sonny Burgess Red-Headed Woman
25. Jerry Lee Lewis End of the Road
26. Charlie Rich Who Will the Next Fool Be?
27. Elvis Presley Mystery Train
28. John Prine How Lucky

DISC 2
01. Little Junior’s Blue Flames Feelin’ Good
02. Jerry Lee Lewis You’re the Only Star in My Blue Heaven
03. Carl Perkins Turn Around
04. Jimmy DeBerry Time Has Made a Change
05. Warren Smith Miss Froggie
06. Willie Nix Seems Like a Million Years
07. Billy “the Kid” Emerson When It Rains It Pours
08. Elvis Presley That’s All Right
09. Jerry Lee Lewis You Win Again
10. Charlie Feathers I’ve Been Deceived
11. Sleepy John Estes Rats in My Kitchen
12. D.A. Hunt Lonesome Ol’ Jail
13. Ernie Chaffin Feelin’ Low
14. Charlie Rich Sittin’ and Thinkin’
15. Johnny Cash Hey Porter
16. Carl Perkins Movie Magg
17. Harmonica Frank Rockin’ Chair Daddy
18. Roscoe Gordon Booted
19. James Cotton Cotton Crop Blues
20. Joe Hill Louis Dorothy Mae
21. Little Junior’s Blue Flames Mystery Train
22. Carl Perkins Blue Suede Shoes
23. Warren Smith Rock and Roll Ruby
24. Roy Orbison Go Go Go
25. Jerry Lee Lewis Settin’ the Woods on Fire
26. Million Dollar Quartet I Shall Not Be Moved
27. Elvis Presley Tryin’ to Get to You