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  1. Dickinson affirmed that Chilton consciously wanted the musicianship to be sloppy. He clarified that he plays guitar on the album despite not being technically proficient: "A lot of the guitar on Sherbert is me. Alex said, 'You still play like you’re 14 years old.'. I said, 'Yeah, I play bad.'. That's what he wanted."

  2. Shot by Tav Falco and/or Randall Lyon during the making of Like Flies on Sherbert. Featuring Alex, Jim Dickinson, Sid Selvidge and Marcia Hare.Part 2: http:/...

  3. Dickinson's first solo album, Dixie Fried, was released by Atlantic in 1972. In addition to the Carl Perkins-penned title song, it featured songs by Bob Dylan and Furry Lewis. In the 1970s, he became known as a producer, recording Big Star's Third in 1974, and serving as co-producer with Alex Chilton of Chilton's 1979 album, Like Flies on Sherbert.

  4. 7 de jul. de 2012 · Like Flies on Sherbert, which roughs up hits by Ernest Tubb, the Carter Family, Lonnie Mack and even KC & the Sunshine Band, is key to understanding that period in the city’s history.

  5. His work with former Big Star frontman Alex Chilton continued on 1979's disastrous Like Flies on Sherbert; the hipster cachet of both projects made Dickinson a sought-after producer among a new generation of bands, and throughout the '80s his credit appeared on albums from the likes of Jason & the Scorchers, Chris Stamey, Green on Red, the True ...

  6. 11 de abr. de 2014 · Chilton himself never regretted his transformation; he called Like Flies on Sherbert his masterpiece. The Replacements sang, “I never go very far/Without a little Big Star.” Well, who does? But I’m not going very far without Like Flies on Sherbert either. It comes from the ditch, and the ditch is where things get interesting.