Who Do You Love – Ronnie Hawkins

From Memphis to Muscle Shoals: Everything Changes for Fame

Channel 148-21

Episode date - February 3, 2017

How Music Changed
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    The end of the sixties brought with it many changes, but one that went unnoticed by most people was the complete reinvention of Fame Recording Studios. To ensure his own future, owner Rick Hall was working hard to make a new connection with a major label, and found a suitor with Capitol Records. Unbeknownst to him, though, the session musicians who played on virtually every hit recording that emanated from Fame over the past five years had plans of their own. While Hall was shopping for a deal, the session musicians were making plans of their own, setting up shop with the help of Hall’s nemesis, Jerry Wexler of Atlantic Records. It was a betrayal that Hall would find difficult to forgive, and the two studios went head to head trying to attract new business for the many musicians who came to Muscle Shoals for a piece of its magic.

    With this show, we cover the history of the transition, and play a few tracks from each studio while they tried to outdo one another. Featured tracks include;

    Me – Otis Rush

    It Takes Time – Otis Rush

    Look What I Got – Boz Scaggs

    Down in the Alley – Ronnie Hawkins

    Who Do You Love – Ronnie Hawkins

    Voodoo in You – Johnny Jenkins

    I Walk on Gilded Splinters – Cher

    For What It’s Worth – Cher

    Marley Purt Drive – Lulu

    Feelin’ Alright – Lulu

    Oh Me Oh My (I’m a Fool for You) - Lulu

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