In december 4 1956 Elvis went to the Sun recording studio. He came in in the middle of a recording session of Carl Perkins. Elvis stayed to jam with Carl as well as with Jerry Lee Lewis, who was the piano player on the session. Sam Philips taped the whole thing and the results became well known as the Million Dollar Quartet session. Here with Sam Phillips.
1954, Elvis Presley, working together for the first time in a recording studio with Scotty Moore and Bill Black, begins fooling around and plays an obscure 1946 Arthur Crudup song, 'That's All Right', during a break. Producer Sam Phillips asked them to refine their unique interpretation of the song and then recorded it. "That's All Right" became Presley's first release on Sun Records.
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