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Dusty in Memphis

Dusty in Memphis
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Dusty in Memphis is a landmark album by Dusty Springfield, released in 1969. It was produced by Jerry Wexler and Arif Mardin and engineered by Tom Dowd. "So Much Love", "Son of a Preacher Man", "The Windmills Of Your Mind", "Breakfast in Bed", "Just One Smile", "I Don't Want to Hear It Anymore", and "Just a Little Lovin'" are some of the album's songs. Dusty in Memphis is frequently included in lists of the greatest albums of all time.
Manufacturer: Philips Records
Release date: 13 January 1969
Number of discs: 1
EAN: 0081227558024 UPC: 081227558024
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"Following a string of more traditional pop hits in the mid 1960s, Dusty Springfield decided to stretch her sound and traveled to the now-famed American Sound Studio in Memphis to produce a more R&B-heavy record ... or at least try to. Springfield never actually managed to sing a note in that southern studio, as she was too intimidated to sing in the same booth as her musical hero Aretha Franklin (who was originally offered the song "Son of a Preacher Man" before turning it down). Regardless, Dus"


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"More commanding and more expressive than before. With Atlantic’s fabled production team behind her, Springfield hits deft emotional peaks amid tasteful arrangements and sterling Southern musicianship. Standout track: “Son of a Preacher Man”"


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