"Find the album "Negro Streets at Dawn," by Mudboy and the Neutrons, and play "Money Talks." There the gods of Memphis walk among us, and Jim Dickinson delivers a sermon like the risen Howlin' Wolf, "I want you to reach out, put your hands on the radio. Can you feel it?" This is where the soul of man puts on its high heel sneakers and shakes like little Ginny."
-Howard Hampton, New York Times, July 25, 2010
03 Money Talks by Jim Dickinson's Legacy