Jimmy Williams
Genre:
Pop/Rock

Jimmy B. Williams came twice to Sun Records, once with a dance band The Dixielanders, a sixteenpiece band that worked society venues throughout the mid-South. When new trends demanded change, he created the nucleus of a rock and roll combo and again with rockabilly on his mind and lokted into 706 Union through the ever-resourceful Jack Clement. Unlike the gentle approach of his one Sun single, "Fire Engine Red" was considered too hot a prospect to be given a catalogue number at the time.

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Acquiescence

Acquiescence

Year:
2008
Tracks:
12
Bitrate:
157 kbps
Sonic Divergence

Sonic Divergence

Year:
2007
Tracks:
10
Bitrate:
202 kbps