Posts Tagged ‘elvis presley’

The Final Track: Saying Goodbye to Recording Engineer Bob Sullivan

The Final Track: Saying Goodbye to Recording Engineer Bob Sullivan

By Jon Black Bob Sullivan, legendary sound and recording engineer, passed away on Sunday in Tulsa. He was 88. His leaves a professional legacy of innumerable recordings, including a long string of number-one hits helping shape the sound of country, rock and blues. Sullivan is most celebrated as the sound engineer for the Louisiana Hayride […]

How Roots Music Shaped Christmas: 12 Holiday Songs We Couldn’t Do Without

How Roots Music Shaped Christmas: 12 Holiday Songs We Couldn’t Do Without

No time of year is more fundamentally sensate than the holidays. Each of our five senses has powerful triggers letting us know the time of year and vividly calling to mind holidays of years past: the sight of bright lights, colorfully-wrapped presents and shiny tinsel, the feel of cold air on the face and warm […]

Conan O’Brien & Jack White on Upcoming Live Album

Conan O’Brien & Jack White on Upcoming Live Album

Conan O’Brien’s “Polk Salad Annie” is bullshit! Umm…that’s not us, that’s from the man himself. Never mind that original songwriter Tony Joe White got the name wrong — it’s actually poke salet, as in pokeweed and the 14th century English spelling of salad. But who cares; Southerners sure don’t. Nevertheless, Conan’s live version actually rocks […]