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Elmo Williams Discography of CDs


Takes One to Know One Takes One to Know One CD (1998)
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Elmo Williams CD discography This album contains some of the noisiest and most unapologetically down-home blues recorded in the post-war era. Hezekiah Early and Elmo Williams are both semi-professional musicians, but both play and sing as if their life depended on it, with force and power. The blues this duo plays are decidedly modern (even post-modern), and would appeal to any fan of Sonic Youth's white noise rock and Captain Beefheart's Dadaesque R&B. Williams' guitar on "Hoopin' and Hollern'" sounds like it was played through a completely fired amp, and Early's harp on "Insane Instrumental" sounds like a trucker grinding gears. But that doesn't mean the duo can't conjure up some soul. William's gospel-ish "Let It All Go" closes the album. ~ John Duffy Recorded at Desert Plantion, Pickneyville, Mississippi; Money Shot, Oxford, Mississippi; Manning Tractor Shed, Waterproof, Louisiana. Personnel: Elmo Williams (vocals, guitar); Hezekiah Early (vocals, harp, drums); Bob Manning (guitar). Audio Mixer: Bruce Watson . Recording information: Desert Plantation, Pickneyville, MS (1997); Manning Tractor Shed, Waterproof (1997); Money Shot, Oxford, MS (1997). Photographer: Matthew Johnson. Personnel: Elmo Williams (vocals, guitar); Hezekiah Early (vocals, harmonica, drums); Bob Manning (guitar).
Takes One To Know One Takes One To Know One Vinyl LP (1998)
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American Made American Made Vinyl LP (2008)
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Invisible Airline Invisible Airline CD (2001)
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Elmo Williams music CDs Q-Burns Abstract Message's third album, 2001's Invisible Airline, signals his wide-ranging intentions by kicking off with a decidedly lo-fi indie rock intro and rapidly encompassing mid-tempo house, hip-hop, trip-hop, U2-style arena rock, and Moby-style R&B poaching. The house music fetish of Q-Burns' éminence grise DJ/producer Michael Donaldson, previously displayed on his debut singles collection Ouevre and sophomore effort Feng Shui, connects the dots in this quicksilver vocal and instrumental collection, supplying a unifying backdrop that's fleshed out with his bred-in-the-bone organic eclecticism. Featured vocalist Lisa Shaw is ideally suited to Donaldson's twists and turns, conjuring by turns a breathy Portishead-style ice-queen persona on "Differently"; a traditional pop singer on the infectious "Shame"; and on "Drifting Off," a diva who is one part Kirsty MacColl, two parts Debbie Harry, and wholly unique. Elsewhere, the traditional "Motherless Children" gets a new infusion of life as "Mother's Dead," co-opting the authentic Delta vocals of Fat Possum recording artist Elmo Williams along the way and incorporating an eccentric guitar that slides in and out of the mix like an alligator through Mississippi mud. Where Invisible Airline could have been a wild, bumpy ride through early 21st century pop idioms, Donaldson's savvy, seamless production ensures maximum listener compatibility. ~ Steve Goulding Invisible Airlines showcases a new direction for Q-Burns Abstract Message that will appeal to both electronic music buyers as well as to adult-pop leaning buyers. Invisible Airlines features vocals by Lisa Shaw (Naked Music). 12 tracks packaged in a Digipak. 2001 release. Additional personnel includes: Elmo Williams (vocals, slide guitar); Lisa Shaw, Swamburger (vocals); Hezekiah Early, Eugene Snowden (pecussion); Pimp Daddy Nash, Jon Curtis. Recorded at Eighth Dimension, Orlando, Florida. Personnel: Elmo Williams (vocals, slide guitar); Lisa Shaw (vocals). Recording information: Eighth Dimension, Orlando, FL. Photographer: Jim Leatherman. Q-Burns Abstract Message: ...

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Popular or famous Elmo Williams music songs: Blue Jumped the Rabbit, Mother's Dead, Let It All Go, Natchez Fire, Hoopin' and Hollerin', Booster. More music songs Insane Instrumental, Nothing Man, Do Your Thing, Been Here and Gone. See All Songs

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