Up Your Mind (2003)
Up Your Mind is the American debut by soul-blues singer/songwriter Ellis Hooks. Originally hailing from Mobile, AL, he was an itinerant musician, scrambling and scuffling across the globe, often as a busker. His debut album, Undeniable, garnered ...
||Ruby Braff / Ellis Larkins|
2 x 2: Ruby Braff & Ellis Larkins Play Rodgers & Hart. (1955)
Besides accompanying singers like Ella Fitzgerald and Chris Connor on their debut LPs, the great pianist Larkins also recorded several duo sessions with the trumpeter Ruby Braff, one of which was this 1956 Rodgers & Hart collection. These are ...
||Makoto Ozone Trio / Branford Marsalis / Ellis Marsalis / Makoto Ozone|
Pure Pleasure for the Piano (2012)
Audio Mixer: Akihiro Nishimura.
Liner Note Authors: Ellis Marsalis; Makoto Ozone.
Recording information: The Ellis Marsalis Center for Music, New Orleans, LA (05/16/2012/05/17/2012).
Photographer: Kishin Shinoyama.
Personnel: Ellis Paul; Christopher Williams, Dar Williams, Don Conoscenti, Jennifer Kimball, Patty Griffin, Tony Levin , Vance Gilbert, Bill Dillon, Rachel Davis, Antje Duvekot.
All the Way: A Decade of Song (1999) Top Seller
Track Listing: Power of Love, The; If You Asked Me To; Beauty and the Beast; Because You Loved Me; It's All Coming Back to Me Now; Love Can Move Mountains; To Love You More; My Heart Will Go On; I'm Your Angel; That's the Way It Is; If Walls ...
Get It! (2013) Top Seller
Recording information: Of1, Atlanta, GA; The Rock House, Franklin, TN.
Photographer: Joan E. Hunt.
Personnel: Tinsley Ellis (guitars); Kevin McKendree (piano, Clavinet, organ, Mellotron); Lynn Williams (drums, percussion).
Audio Mixer: Kevin ...
Six Classic Albums (2012)
EU-only four CD set containing six albums from the Jazz great. Includes the albums Ellis In Wonderland, I Love John Frigo: He Swings, Nothing But The Blues, Herb Ellis Meets Jimmy Giuffre, Thank You Charlie Christian and For Musicians Only. ...
Electric Bath (1967)
The 1998 reissue of ELECTRIC BATH contains two bonus tracks that did not appear on the original release.
All tracks have been digitally remastered using 20-bit technology.
Years before the advent of jazz-rock, when BITCHES BREW was just a ...
||Billie Holiday / Ray Ellis & His Orchestra|
Lady in Satin (1958)
Recorded in New York, New York from February 19-21, 1958. Originally released on Columbia (1157).
This is a multi-channel Super Audio CD playable only on Super Audio CD players.
This was her penultimate album, recorded when her body was telling ...
Shoot from the Hip (2003)
|| (Import) Germany; Argentina
International edition. 'Shoot From The Hip' is the follow up to Sophie Ellis-Bextor's triple-platinum selling debut album 'Read My Lips' (2001). The album features various co-writers & producers including Bernard Butler, Alex James, & Groove ...
||Nick Cave / Warren Ellis|
White Lunar (2009) Top Seller
Given their output, it's certainly tempting to write about the shared aesthetic philosophy of Nick Cave and Warren Ellis as film composers, but that's actually beside the point. In fact, what's most remarkable about White Lunar, the double-disc ...
It's You I Like (2012)
Melody and groove are the watchwords on John Ellis' masterful Criss Cross debut, which mixes optimistic songs composed by the iconic children's television host, Fred (a.k.a. "Mister") Rogers, himself a fine jazz pianist, and dark ones by the ...
Ellis in Wonderland/Let's Get Away from It All (2000) Top Seller
This two-fer from Collectables features a pair of out of print Ray Ellis LPs: Ellis in Wonderland and Let's Get Away from It All, both originally issued on Columbia in the late '50s. Highlights among the 24 tracks include "Moonlight Becomes ...
No Reason to Cry (1976)
In the spirit of all-star get-togethers endemic to that part of the '70s, 1976's NO REASON TO CRY became Eric Clapton's recorded version of the Rolling Thunder Tour. Joining Clapton in the studio were Bob Dylan, Ron Wood, Georgie Fame and Band-mates ...
Be True to Yourself: Anthology 1965-1973 (2004) Top Seller
Alton Ellis created a template in the 1960s that subsequent Jamaican singers like Dennis Brown and Gregory Isaacs would follow to a T, combining soulful vocal phrasing, derived in part from American R&B, with hard island rhythms and a bent for ...
Very Best of Roy Orbison (2006) Top Seller
Digitally remastered by Stephen Marcussen (Precision Mastering, Los Angeles, California).
The black clothes, the dark glasses, the spine-tingling falsetto...these Roy Orbison trademarks reinforced the image of the loners and lovelorn characters ...
||Bishop Neil C. Ellis|
Wave of Glory (2008)
Recording information: Compass Point Studios, Nassau, Bahamas; Reeltime Studio, Nassau, Bahamas.
Photographer: Calvin Williams.
Personnel: Keith Jones, Nehemiah Hield (vocals, tenor); Paul Morton (vocals); Joe Foster (guitar, acoustic guitar); ...
||Pee Wee Ellis|
Although best known for the funk he provided as James Brown's co-writer and musical director for a spell during one of the Godfather of Soul's most creative periods, saxist Pee Wee Ellis is a jazzman at heart. Perhaps that's why Van Morrison ...
||Nick Cave / Warren Ellis|
Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford (2007)
Personnel: Martin Casey, Luke Cave, Gerard McMann, James Sclavunos, Nick Cave, Warren Ellis.