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ART FEIN WITH ARTHUR BROWN AND SOUL LEGEND RUFUS THOMAS
FEIN INTERVIEWS RUFUS THOMAS - TALKS ABOUT RECORDING AT SUN RECORDS " BEAR CAT" RECORDED AT SUN RECORDS BEFORE ELVIS
ART INTERVIEWS "CRAZY WORLD OF ARTHUR BROWN" ARTHUR BROWN - TALKS ABOUT THE 24 HOUR TECHNICOLOR DREAM EVENT IN LONDON IN 1967, TALKS ABOUT SWINGING LONDON IN THE 1960S
ART FEIN INTERVIEWS RUFUS THOMAS - TALKS ABOUT "WALKING THE DOG" HIS BIG RECORD, TALKS ABOUT UPCOMING GIGS IN MEMPHIS
ARTHUR BROWN TALKS ABOUT HIS CRAZY ACT WITH HIS HEAD ON FIRE - PSYCHEDELIC MUSIC ACT TALKS ABOUT GETTING SIGNED BY THE WHO'S MANAGEMENT - WORKED WITH PETE TOWNSEND AND KIT LAMBERT
ART FEIN'S INTERVIEW WITH RUFUS THOMAS CONTINUES - TALKS ABOUT HIS TOUR OF EUROPE - RUFUS TALKS ABOUT HIS SUN STUDIOS PROJECT 706 UNION STREET - TALKS ABOUT HIS NEW RECORD AT THE ORIGINAL SUN STUDIO
RUFUS THOMAS TALKS ABOUT THE MINSTREL SHOWS AND TENT SHOWS THAT CAME TO MEMPHIS - TALKS ABOUT TRAVELING WITH BLACK VAUDEVILLE MINSTREL SHOWS - TENT SHOWS
RUFUS TALKS ABOUT BUYING RECORDS BY GATEMOUTH MOORE, FATS WALLER AND LOUIS ARMSTRONG
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