Electrophonic Recording Tee

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Electraphonic Recording was established in 2005 by producer and composer Scott Bomar. In 2007, Electraphonic moved into a downtown Memphis studio space with vintage analog equipment. 

Among Electraphonic's more notable releases, Cyndi Lauper entered the studio for a two-week span in 2010 and emerged with the Grammy-nominated Memphis Blues album, which featured B.B. King, Allen Toussaint, Charlie Musslewhite, Johnny Lang, and Ann Peebles. The album was #1 on the Billboard Blues chart for 13 weeks. More recent credits include the Netflix film, Dolemite is My Name!, staring Eddie Murphy.

Other projects include a multitude of releases by Bomar's multi-generational R&B outfit The Bo-Keys, two full-length albums by Memphis-based organ-soul trio The City Champs, and recordings with Jay Reatard, Jack Yarber, Willem Maker, and Jason Mraz's Grooveline Horns, among others.


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