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The well integrated cast, directed by Denise Dowse, is headed by veteran actor Stu James, as "Lovin" John Dolphin, a man who, if he had to carry his ego behind him, would have to rent the Forum.

But, in order to survive and realize his dream, needed brass balls - and he had 'em.

He fell in love with one of his employees, Ruth (Jenna Gillespie), a tall and slender woman of accomplishment and, together, they built the country's most famous record store, giving jobs and fame to singers like Sam Cooke (Thomas Hobson), Jesse Belwin (Wilkie Ferguson III) but always discouraging the eager Percy (Eric B. The music blends multiple genres, early rock 'n roll, rhythm & blues, gospel, male and female quartets with their then de rigueur synchronized movements and more.

This is a true, bigger than life, story of a man of flawed but unique character who, by rights, should be better known than Barry Gordy of Motown, whose fame he preceded and of whom Angelenos should be especially proud.