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CMT’s ‘Sun Records’ takes the history of rock ’n’ roll on an entertaining ride

CMT’s ‘Sun Records’ takes the history of rock ’n’ roll on an entertaining ride

"Sun Records," an entertaining, eight-part miniseries premiering Thursday on CMT, is liberally based on the jukebox musical "Million Dollar Quartet,” about the day in 1956 when Elvis Presley dropped by Sam Phillips' Memphis Recording Service in the middle of a Carl Perkins recording session (with Jerry Lee Lewis on piano). Johnny Cash showed up too. Songs, or parts of songs, were sung; tape rolled.

In the four episodes available for review, Perkins has yet to appear; nor, for that matter, has Sun Records itself, the company Phillips (Chad Michael Murray) founded when he tired of giving away artists he'd recorded, including B.B. King, to other labels. None of the...

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