- I’m Just Dead, I’m Not Gone (2012)
- Dinosaurs Run in Circles (2009)
- Killers from Space (2007)
- Jungle Jim and the Voodoo Tiger (2006)
- Fishing with Charlie (Spoken Word) (2006)
- Free Beer Tomorrow (2002)
- A Thousand Footprints in the Sand (live) (1997)
- Dixie Fried (1972)
Jim Dickinson was born in 1941 in Little Rock, Arkansas. He was raised in Chicago (for a short time) and Memphis, Tennessee. He and his wife later moved to Coldwater, Mississippi. His career began cutting singles for Sun Records in the 1960’s. He operated the Zebra Ranch Studio in Coldwater, and led the Yalobushwhackers, the house band for Oxford’s Thacker Mountain Radio.
Dickinson recorded with and produced greats like Aretha Franklin, Bob Dylan, Big Star, and the Rolling Stones. He helped shape the Memphis sound in an influential career that spanned more than four decades.
He is the father of Luther and Cody Dickinson, members of the the Grammy-nominatedNorth Mississippi Allstars.
He died at age 67 in August 2009 after heart surgery.
- Musician Jim Dickinson – We’ll Miss Him. The Daily South, August 2009.
- Memphis musician Jim Dickinson dies at 67. The Commercial Appeal, 2009
- An Interview with Legendary record producer Jim Dickinson. Performing Songwriter, 2005
- Jim Dickinson, 1941-2009: Farewell to the Original North Mississippi All-Star. Newsweek, 2009.
- Interview by Joss Hutton, January 2002