Johnny Cash: Sam Phillips, at Sun Records.  There was a label called Sun Records in Memphis that was pretty hot, with Elvis Presley, and two or three locally well-known country acts, and some black, blues and gospel singers.  When I got out of the Air Force, I went and knocked on that door and was turned away.  I called back for an interview three or four times, was turned away. So one morning I found out what time the man went to work. I went down with my guitar and sat on his steps until he got there. And when he got there I introduced myself, and he said, “You’re the one that’s been calling.”  I said, “Yeah.”  You know, I had to take the chance, he was either going to let me come in, or he was going to run me off, turn me down again. Evidently, he woke up on the right side of the bed that morning.  He said, “Come on in, let’s listen.”  So he did.  He said, “Come back tomorrow and bring some musicians.” So I went down to the garage where I worked, where my brother Roy worked, and was introduced to two musicians down there.  Brought them back to the studio and the next day was our first session. We recorded, and released the songs that we recorded the second day. It was very simple back then. You didn’t worry about arrangements. It was one-track recording.