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Join us as we continue our exploration of the blues recordings made by Sam Phillips. This time around, we’ll dig into the 78 masters he cut for the Chess brothers in Chicago. Great, rare, and classic performances from Jackie Brenston, Ike Turner, Rufus Thomas, the Howlin' Wolf, and more. It’s part two of the Sam Phillips Masters, on this episode of Blues Unlimited.

Pictured: The man at the controls, Sam Phillips; Inset: some of the releases he produced for the Chess brothers.

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