Talk:Sam Phillips

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major copyright lawsuit[edit]

According to this blog sam phillips and the remix there was a successful law suit against Phillips following his answer song Bear Cat a response to Hound Dog (song) Does anyone know about this?--Salix (talk): 23:35, 25 September 2010 (UTC)

See also Salem, James M. (2001). The late, great Johnny Ace and the transition from R & B to rock 'n' roll'. University of Illinois Press. ISBN 0252069692.  [1]--Salix (talk): 00:05, 26 September 2010 (UTC)