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... staff stopped to say hello. He has his own special seat with his name on it. A bit of a legend.
The music was so good. Amazing how brilliant the session musicians are. I think Nashville must have the largest pool of real musical talent per capita. Live music pours out of every bar door, and there are a lot of bars.
Before we left Nashville the following day, we had to stop once more ...
... Isaac Hayes, Sam Shepherd, B.B.King, Roy Orbison, and so many more artists were part of the Memphis music scene.
Then we walked over to the Lorraine Motel and saw where Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated. Although the building is now a national civil rights museum, the area of the motel and the balcony where he was slain has been preserved as it was that day in 1968.
Then it was lunchtime. We walked along ...
... me, the museuem was informative and challening, but the opportunity to stand on the balcony where someone died simply for believeing in something was a pretty moving experience.....inspiring and emotional.
And a massive shift from the morning which had been spent looking around the Gibson Guitar Factory....being a huge lover of music but not a perfomer, I knew I'd appreciate it but not necessarily 'get it' in the way I know some of my muso friends ...
This morning I got up and went for a run around the neighbourhood. I managed to do 5km's. When everyone was up and had breakfast, another amazing breakfast from Janie but this morning we had delicious muffins either plain or blueberry and nut. We headed into Memphis over the Mississippi River and then parked across the road from the Peabody hotel. We walked past Huey's but it was too early to go and eat. Walked along Beale Street ...
... 1980s once the studio reopened. The history is worth reading about http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sun_Studio
It was an amazing experience! The guide was highly amusing, entertaining and informative. You are given plenty of time to soak in the atmosphere of the two rooms, especially the recording room where Elvis stood and you get to touch the old microphone he and others used in their sessions there. I was in heaven. And the tour was only $12. After the tour ...
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