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Christopher Becker Whitley (August 31, 1960 – November 20, 2005) was an American blues/rock singer-songwriter and guitarist. During his 25-year career he released more than a dozen albums, had two songs in the top 50 of the Billboard mainstream rock charts and received two Independent Music Awards. Whitley's sound was drawn from the traditions of blues, jazz and rock and he recorded songs by artists from many genres. He died in 2005 of lung cancer at the age of 45.
Sunset by Christopher Willits, released 14 June 2019 1. Pacific 1 2. Coast 3. Pacific 2 4. Transpire 5. Pacific 3 Christopher Willits presents his latest piece, Sunset, with simple instructions: "Begin the music 15 minutes before the sun sets. The five compositions move from warm to cool designed as a soundtrack to embrace the day's end; a collective letting go. As with 2017's opus Horizon, the first ever spatial audio release on Ghostly International, Sunset is produced to listen from within. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card.
Biography by Stephen Thomas Erlewine. A rootsy, blues-influenced rock guitarist who spent his career on the margins of mainstream acceptance. Living with the Law. Chris Whitley. Reiter In. Long Way Around: An An. ee Full Discography.
Chris Whitley burst onto the scene seemingly out of nowhere with his 1991 debut Living with the Law, an album which set Whitley's sweeping vocals and gritty acoustic slide guitar style amidst Daniel Lanois' typically overripe, atmospheric production.
Whitley's song "Breaking Your Fall" from the album Hotel Vast Horizon (2003) won the 3rd Annual Independent Music Awards for er Song. In 2004 he won The 4th Annual Independent Music Award for Blues/R&B Song for his composition "Her Furious Angels" from the album War Crime Blues Style.
A powerful, uneasy current of pale green breaks the dark grassy plain of Hopper's schematized prairie, sending an undulating shiver through its darkly stolid depths. Although he created grand and generous physical spaces, such as that of Railroad Sunset, Hopper often declined to fill them with specific objects and incidents. They are open to the activities of memory and personal reverie. They provide a place where the artist's voice can be heard alongside our own. In the clearly stated, light-filled structures of Railroad Sunset, Hopper speaks about the solitary journey of the traveler in the oceanic sprawl of this vast country.
Chris Whitley (born Christopher Becker Whitley on 31 August 1960; died 20 November 2005) was an American blues/rock singer-songwriter and guitarist. During his 25-year career he released more than a dozen albums, had two songs in the top 50 of the US Billboard mainstream rock charts and received two Independent Music Awards. A man of rare poetic honesty, Whitleymaintained a resolute musical integrity throughout his career. Chris Whitley (born Christopher Becker Whitley on 31 August 1960; died 20 November 2005) was an American blues/rock singer-songwriter and guitarist.
Chris Whitley – vocals, guitar, and banjo Heiko Schramm – electric bass and acoustic bass Matthias Macht – drums and percussion. 4. Live at Martyrs' (album) – Live at Martyrs is the fifth album by singer-songwriter and guitarist, Chris Whitley and his first live album. The performance is a compilation of songs from Whitleys first four albums, a previous collaboration and it was produced by John Alagía and recorded over three consecutive nights in August 1999 at Martyrs in Chicago, Illinois. 5. Living with the Law (album) – Living with the Law is the debut album by singer-songwriter and guitarist, Chris Whitley. It was released on July 2,1991, malcolm Burn produced, mixed and played on the album. It was co-recorded by Burn and Mark Howard at Kingsway Studio in New Orleans, all tracks written by Chris Whitley.
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