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9.15 Pause for Thought
With the Rev John Rackley.
A 13-part series of classic rock 'n' roll presented by Joe Brown. This fourth programme features the independent labels which in the fifties took on the music establishment and launched the rock 'n' roll legends.
Sam Phillips , founder of Sun Records, talks about the pain of having to sell off Elvis.
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