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Electricity: The Complete RCA and Columbia Recordings - 1951-1956

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Born: 11 October 1925 in Birmingham, AL

Genre: Country

Years Active: '50s, '60s, '70s

Jimmy Murphy is one of the more enigmatic figures to come out of the country/rockabilly scene of the early to mid-'50s. A virtuoso guitar player and a gifted and inspired songwriter, he had a knack for composing and performing quirky, clever songs that hooked into unusual thematic angles — his first song, "Electricity," equated rural electrification with religious salvation, while the closest he ever got to a real hit, "Sixteen Tons Rock n' Roll," was a satire of the 1956 Tennessee Ernie Ford...
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