Big Chief Ellis: American blues pianist and vocalist. Dices! Dices!, Big Chief's Blues. Вся дискография, Радио, Концерты, рекомендации и похожие исполнители.
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Acoustic Blues Country Blues Electric Blues Electric Country Blues Folk-Blues Harmonica Blues Jump Blues New York Blues Regional Blues Urban Blues. Names like Big Chief Ellis, Leroy Dallas, Alonzo Scales, Allen Bunn, Bob Gaddy, Bobby Harris, Alec Seward (aka Duke Bayou), and Carolina Slim aren’t going to ring many bells with anyone outside of a circle of serious blues collectors and scholars, but the music they deliver is full of a loose vitality.
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Prickly insights and sensitive accompaniment were the stock-in-trade of pianist and vocalist Wilbert Thirkield Big Chief Ellis. A self-taught player, Ellis performed at house parties and dances during the '20s, then left his native Alabama. He traveled extensively for several years, working mostly in non-musical jobs. After a three-year army stint from 1939 - 1942, Ellis settled in New York. He accompanied many blues musicians during their visits to the New York area
3 years ago 3 years ago. Rock. This mini album entitled 'Falling Rain' will be released on 24 December 2015 via Post Rock ID. Tracklist: 01. For You 02. Behind The Walls 03. Don't Fall Too Deep. Ambient Instrumental Instrumental Rock.
Hard Rain is a live album by American singer-songwriter Bob Dylan, released on September 13, 1976 by Columbia Records. The album was recorded during the second leg of the Rolling Thunder Revue. The album was partly recorded on May 23, 1976, during a concert at Hughes Stadium in Fort Collins, Colorado; the penultimate show of the tour, the concert was also filmed and later broadcast by NBC as a one-hour television special in September. Hard Rain's release coincided with this broadcast).