Dwight Twilley may not be as well known as some of the other acts that made up the springboard roster of Leon Russell’s Shelter Record Label – namely, Tom Petty, JJ Cale, and Russell himself – still, along with these musical stalwarts, he indeed defined what became known as the “Tulsa Sound.” (Although I will qualify that statement by saying that I am penning this from the other side of the Atlantic and so it may just be my British lack of musical education in such matters which has informed this statement.)…

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