The name Adam Luther Dickinson may possibly not be well-known however the sound of his piano and organ undoubtedly are. Regarding his group the Dixie Flyers, home band on the Atlantic-owned Requirements Documenting Studios in Miami, FL, Dickinson followed such stellar performers as Aretha Franklin, Carmen McRae, Delaney & Bonnie, Dee Dee Warwick, Jerry Jeff Walker, Ronnie Hawkins, Sam & Dave, Sam the Sham, Brook Benton, Lulu, and (Small) Esther Phillips. His piano playing was also noticed on recordings with the Flaming Groovies, Albert Ruler, Ronnie Milsap, Eric Quincy Tate, Petula Clark, Maria Muldaur, and Duane Allman. Dickinson continues to be equally effective being a manufacturer. Since producing his creation debut with Dan Penn’s Emmet the Performing Ranger Reside in the Woods, he’s eliminated to oversee recordings by Ry Cooder, Alex Chilton, Jason & the Scorchers, Green on Crimson, the Substitutes, Primal Scream, Mudhoney, and Rocket in the Crypt. Dickinson provides maintained a lower profile being a documenting musician. His debut single record, Dixie Fried, which highlighted Dr. John on piano and an uncredited Eric Clapton on electric guitar, premiered in 1972. Although he and Dixie Fried guitarist/vocalist Charlie Freeman produced a fresh group, Mud Guys & the Neutrons in the first ’80s, these were unsatisfied making use of their designed debut record and refused to own it released. They didn’t discharge their first record, Known Felons in Move, until 1986. While they quickly implemented it making use of their second discharge, They Walk IN OUR MIDST, the next calendar year, it had taken another seven years before their third record, Negro Road at Dawn, premiered in 1993. A indigenous of Memphis, TN, Dickinson released his career being a program player within the city’s documenting studios. Dealing with manufacturer Sam Phillips, he performed on Tony Joe White’s Continued and Betty LaVette’s He Produced a Woman Away from Me. Asked by Atlantic to create a resident music group for its recently acquired Requirements Documenting Studios. Dickinson recruited keyboardist Mike Utley, bassist Tommy McClure, drummer Sammy Creason, and ex-Mar-Keys guitarist, Charlie Freeman. Although they performed on an extended set of recordings, they dropped victim towards the move toward self-contained rings. Leaving the studio room in past due 1970, they toured as back-up music group for Rita Coolidge and Kris Kristofferson until disbanding within the middle-’70. Their farewell concert, on Oct 1, 1978, at Memphis’ Orpheum Movie theater, was documented and released as Beale Road Saturday Night. Documenting his debut single album shortly prior to the Dixie Flyers remaining Critera, Dickinson continuing his romantic relationship with Atlantic. Providing as an associate to Atlantic maker Jerry Wexler, he ultimately rose to the positioning of vice-president.
|1||A musician who helped create the "Memphis sound" which was introduced in the 1950s. It is a combination of gospel, country, and blues.|
|2||He fronted his own band, Snake Eyes, but was better known as a highly-respected session player. He worked with Bob Dylan, The Rolling Stones, Big Star, Sam and Dave, and The Replacements.|
|Stranded in Canton||2005||Documentary writer: "White Man walks"|
|The Blues||2003||TV Series documentary performer - 1 episode|
|Blue City||1986||writer: "Blue City Down", "Tell Me Something Slick and Make It Quick"|
|Streets of Fire||1984||writer: "HOLD THAT SNAKE", "YOU GOT WHAT YOU WANTED"|
|The Border||1982||performer: "Texas Bop" / writer: "Across the Borderline", "Too Late", "Skin Game", "Texas Bop", "Building Fires"|
|Black Snake Moan||2006||musician|
|Streets of Fire||1984||scoring band|
|Southern Comfort||1981||musician: keyboards|
|The Long Riders||1980||musician|
|Stranded in Canton||2005||Documentary|
|Forty Shades of Blue||2005||Lake Party Musician|
|Smokestack Lightning: The Legendary Howlin' Wolf||2016||Documentary post-production|
|Johnny Cash's America||2008||Documentary||Himself - Memphis producer|
|The Blues||2003||TV Series documentary||Himself|
|Sounds of Memphis||2002||TV Movie documentary|
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