By Tony Scherman
Updated January 12, 1996 at 05:00 AM EST
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They Walk Among Us

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  • Music

The standard bearers of Southern rock’s left wing, bent, bloodied, and unbowed. When Memphians Jim Dickinson, Sid Selvidge, Lee Baker, and Jimmy Crosthwait (none of whom will see 50 again) whang out a first-generation rock classic (”Li’l Queenie,” ”Bo Diddley”) or a hoary counter-cultural chestnut (”Memphis Blues Again,” ”Power to the People”), it’s with an authority that’s all the more unimpeachable for being absolutely off-the-cuff.

They Walk Among Us

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  • Music

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