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Producer Jim Dickinson on Making Big Star’s “Third/Sister Lovers”


The late Mississippi-based producer and musician Jim Dickinson worked on hundreds of recordings over a career in music spanning five decades. In that time, he worked at some of the most legendary studios in the southern United States (such as Ardent, Muscle Shoals and Sun), and contributed to a veritable who’s who of the past fifty years of rock, blues and soul – from playing keyboards for Aretha Franklin, Ry Cooder, The Rolling Stones and Bob Dylan to producing records for artists like Big Star, Green on Red, Mudhoney, Mojo Nixon, the Spin Doctors, The Replacements, Screamin’ Jay Hawkins, as well as dozens more.
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Legendary record producer Jim Dickinson discusses the myths and realities behind the making of Big Star’s classic breakup/breakdown album, variously called Third or Sister Lovers.



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April 2008
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