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ELVIS PRESLEY - Lincoln Wayne Moman, The Last Interview

FROM THE CD ELVIS PRESLEY - Lincoln Wayne Moman, The Last Interview

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ne of the most important characters in the Memphis music scene in the 60’s. Chips Moman helped start Stax Records, then American Sound Studios, which cut 122 chart hits from 1967 to 1972 — an unparalleled achievement.


Lincoln Wayne “Chips” Moman (June 12, 1937 – June 13, 2016) was an American record producer, guitarist, and songwriter. As a record producer, Moman was known for recording Elvis Presley, Bobby Womack, Carla Thomas, and Merrilee Rush, as well as guiding the career of the Box Tops in Memphis, Tennessee, during the 1960s. As a songwriter, he was responsible for standards associated with Aretha Franklin, James Carr, Waylon Jennings, and B. J. Thomas. He was asession guitarist for Franklin and other musicians.In Memphis, he began an association with Satellite Records (later Stax Records), producing their first hit single, Carla Thomas’s 1960 “Gee Whiz.” He also produced the first single for the Stax subsidiary label Volt, “Burnt Biscuits” b/w “Raw Dough,” by the Triumphs, whose members included future Al Green and drummer Howard Grimes. Leaving Stax in 1964 after a monetary dispute with label founder Jim Stewart, he began operating his own Memphis recording studio, American Sound Studio.


There he, along with guitarists Reggie Young and Bobby Womack, bassist Tommy Cogbill, pianist and organist Bobby Emmons, and drummer Gene Chrisman, recorded the Box Tops, Womack, Merrilee Rush, Mark Lindsay (Paul Revere and the Raiders), Sandy Posey (notably “Single Girl”), Joe Tex, Wilson Pickett, Herbie Mann and Petula Clark. Although Dusty Springfield’s 1969 Dusty in Memphis album was recorded at American Sound Studios, Moman did not produce the album (that credit went jointly to Tom Dowd, Jerry Wexler and Arif Mardin).

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