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"He looked into my eyes in the same way he must have looked at Elvis and Howlin' Wolf and I reached a whole new level of music," says producer/musician and Phillips disciple Jim Dickinson, recalling his early '60s sessions with the Jesters at Sam Phillips Studio (the one Sam opened a few blocks away after he closed Sun). "I never had an experience like staring into Sam's eyes. This is what he does, going into the artist's head and getting more than what they're capable of."

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