“That’s All Right” Elvis Presley, Scotty Moore, & Bill Black HISTORIC RECORD! 1954
Written by megarock on July 6, 2019
July 5, 1954: Elvis Presley, Scotty Moore and Bill Black enter the Sun Studios in Memphis, Tennessee for their first ever recording session. It was not going well, and the trio seemed uninspired. They were taking a break between recordings when Presley started fooling around with an up-tempo version of Arthur Crudup's song "That's All Right, Mama". Black began joining in on his upright bass, and soon they were joined by Moore on guitar. Producer Sam Phillips, taken aback by this sudden upbeat atmosphere, asked the three of them to start again so he could record it. It would be released as Elvis' debut single on July 19, 1954.
"That's All Right" is performed by Elvis Presley (age 19), Scotty Moore, and Bill Black. Well, that's all right now mama That's all right with you That's all…
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