Heading For Tennessee
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The Lost Battles Of Dusty Springfield
5. Heading For Tennessee
In 1968, Dusty went to Memphis, Tennessee to collaborate with legendary music producer Jerry Wexler, who had also worked with Aretha Franklin and Ray Charles. They released ‘Dusty In Memphis’, and the song ‘Son Of a Preacher Man’ from the album reached no. 10 in the U.S. charts. Although the album has gone on to be Dusty’s most famous work, it did not make the top 15 in the UK.