The Hillman Musical Odyssey
MUSEUM III
Elvis



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Elvis' first guitar
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On Jan. 4, 1954, while still working as a truck driver,
Elvis Presley went to the Memphis Recording Service in Memphis, TN,
to record a song for his mother's birthday which was many months away.
He records "It Wouldn't Be The Same Without You" and "Iíll Never Stand In Your Way."
This was this recording that would lead Sam Phillips to call Presley back to record for his Sun Records label.


Sam Phillips at the RCA 76D General Purpose Mixing console and Presto 6N lathe
Elvis, Bill and Scotty looking through the glass from the studio area.
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To the Street. . . and On To Downtown Memphis


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Home of the Blues: Beale Street
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The Hillman Musical Odyssey
SUN RECORDS STUDIO TOUR

Welcome to 
Sun Studios 
1. Arrival
Gift Shop
2. Sun Studio 
Session
3. Sun Studio 
Tour
4. Sun Museum
Early Years
5. Sun Museum
The Blues
6. Sun Museum
Elvis
7. Million Dollar Quartet
Dec 4, 1956
Tennessee 3
Elvis
Johnny Cash
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