Here's a sample of this week's riveting action: "We would begin a session with everyone relaxing having a cup of coffee and telling stories about touring, and stuff about artists they have worked with like Elvis, Otis Redding, The Beatles etc etc..
"You know, just your average session musos!! This would sometimes take an hour and then I would show them which song I wanted to record and after listening to any changes I had we would all go into the live room.
"Everyone would hop on their instrument I'd hop in the vocal booth and we would just hit record without a rehearsal and everyone would nail it nearly every time. Then it's back to coffee and stories for another hour!"
If you'd like more of this magic, go to the Sunday Telegraph website.
By the way, a Flyer music writer attempted to interview Guy this week, but he wasn't interested. To which we say, Dude, you need to get out of the studio. There's more to Memphis than coffee, geezers, and recycled Elvis stories.