Dewey Phillips | Red Hot & Blue

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Red Hot & Blue

by Dewey Phillips

If 50s radio was defined by the unique personalities of the likes of Alan Freed and Wolfman Jack, Dewey Phillips hails as King of the unique.
Genre: Urban/R&B: Rhythm & Blues
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1. Live Radio Broadcasts From 1952-1964
59:07 album only


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Dewey Phillips brought black rhythm and blues music to white teenagers in Memphis two years before Freed started doing the same in Cleveland. He brought rock'n'roll to television a year before Dick Clark's American Bandstand. And while segregation was imposed on virtually every aspect of life in the streets, "Daddy-O" Dewey gleefully integrated the airwaves of the South. These selections offer a glimpse into this unique performer during his rise, at his peak, and in the decline of his career. It is a voice that has not been heard before and will not likely be heard again - a voice which changed the social landscape of Memphis and the musical landscape of the world. One Hour of live broadcasts from 1952-1964.



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I'm gonna drive a wheelbarrow full of mad dogs through the front door an' tell '
A great piece of history. Needed more detailed liner notes and needed to be split into tracks. Would love to hear more craziness. Would recommend this to fans of the Grand Marquis and Tom Waits.