Who was/is Dickey Lee ? - CDs, Vinyl LPs, DVD and more
Dickey Lipscomb started out as a 'punk rocka-billy' in Florida and joined Sun in Memphis in 1957, re-cording 'Good Lovin". Born in Memphis on Sept. 21, 1943, he went to college at Memphis State having already cut three records. He re-emerged in the Sixties in Beaumont where he wrote, produced, played and sang along with Jack Clem-ent at Hallway Records.
He hit in the `sob-pop' market with Patches', and migrated to Nashville, writing such C&W standards as 'She Thinks I Still Care' and renewing his own vocal career in 1971 with 'Never Ending Song Of Love' and other hits for Epic and RCA.
Copyright © Bear Family Records®. Copying, also of extracts, or any other form of reproduction, including the adaptation into electronic data bases and copying onto any data mediums, in English or in any other language is permissible only and exclusively with the written consent of Bear Family Records® GmbH.
Ready to ship today, delivery time** appr. 1-3 workdays
Item must be ordered