Musician And Producer Jim Dickinson Dies

Dickinson passes away in Memphis hospital

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Jim Dickinson – who produced and recorded with the likes of The Rolling Stones, Aretha Franklin and Bob Dylan – has died aged 67.

Dickinson, a great influence on the Memphis sound of the 1960s and 70s, had a career that stretched over four decades and his sons Luther and Cody formed the North Mississippi Allstars.

The musician and producer passed away in a Memphis hospital on Saturday (August 15) after a three month battle with heart problems and intestinal bleeding.

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