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12-05-2015, 16:16
Music | Blues | Rock

Scott Ellison - Elevator Man (2015)

Artist: Scott Ellison
Title Of Album: Elevator Man
Year Of Release: 2015
Genre: Blues Rock
Label: Red Parlor Records
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 42:05
Total Size: 101 MB
Covers: Front

01. Holler For Help (3:04)
02. Arlene (2:42)
03. Behind That Smile (5:28)
04. Fishsticks And Jelly (3:16)
05. Elevator Man (2:51)
06. Jesus Love Me (Baby Why Don't You) (3:13)
07. School Girl (3:26)
08. Put You Down (2:29)
09. Hit It, Get It And Go (2:23)
10. Wear Out Your Welcome (3:27)
11. I Thought I'd Be Gone (3:40)
12. My Little Sheba (2:38)
13. She's On My Trail (3:22)

A talented singer-songwriter, guitarist, and blues-rocker, Scott Ellison was born on February 13, 1954, in Tulsa, OK. By the '70s, Tulsa had become an unexpected hotbed of blues-based rock bands as proven by both Eric Clapton and Freddie King's backing bands hailing from the area. It was the perfect match for Ellison with his heavy guitar shredding blues style. It was around that same time that Ellison began playing with legends in the business, such as country singer Jesseca James (Conway Twitty's daughter) in 1977 and renowned bluesman Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown in 1981.

Ellison relocated to Los Angeles, CA by the mid-'80s, however, keeping his music career going by playing with The Box Tops. The Shirelles, Marvalettes, JJ Jackson, The Drifters, The Coasters, Gary "US" Bonds and Peaches & Herb. By the '90s he had formed his own blues band and opened for the likes of Joe Cocker, Roy Orbison, The Fabulous Thunderbirds, Leon Russell, Bobby Bland and Buddy Guy. It was also around this time that Ellison began issuing his first solo albums, including the titles “Chains of Love”(1993) and “Live at Joey’s”(1995).

Shortly after returning back home to Tulsa in the mid-nineties, Ellison issued his third release, “Steamin’”(1997) followed by “One Step From the Blues”(2000), which featured several other Tulsa musicians backing him. In 2001 Ellison issued his first release for the Burnside label, “Cold Hard Cash”, which was produced and co-written by longtime Robert Cray producer Dennis Walker. The album proved to be highly successful, and was followed with “Bad Case of the Blues”(2003). The early 2000’s were a very successful time for Scott playing at giant festivals, including playing The Montreal Jazz and Blues Festival in front of 40,000 screaming people.

The later 2000’s brought 2008’s”Ice Storm” produced by Earwig Records. Another album that not only received great reviews, but it contained Scott’s first #1 Blues Hit: "Cadillac Woman”.
Scott's biggest thrill as a performer was opening up for BB King, at the Performing Arts Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma in 2009. BB King called Scott out to play twice during his show. Quite a thrill for Scott: "I'll never forget that moment. It was the musical thrill of my life, having your idol call you out on stage!"

Scott's brand new CD to be released by Red Parlor Records on May 12, 2015 is called "Elevator Man". Produced by Walt Richmond, Eric Clapton's keyboard player on Eric's last 5 CD's. Scott was inducted into The Oklahoma Blues Hall of Fame in May 2013. He continues to tour in the US and Canada, performing around 200 shows a year.

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