Raymond Hill / Lillie Hill - Going Down / Cotton Fields - Boss Man album flac
- Album: Going Down / Cotton Fields - Boss Man
- FLAC: 1632 mb | MP3: 1278 mb
- Released: 1980
- Rating: 4.5/5
- Votes: 294
- Format: DMF AIFF MP2 MMF VOX DXD MPC
|A||–Raymond Hill||Going Down|
|B1||–Lillie Hill||Cotton Fields|
|B2||–Lillie Hill||Boss Man|
- Recorded At – Shoe Productions
- Mastered At – Ardent Studios
- Bass – Larry Haggan
- Design [Label Design And Logo] – Ken Huang
- Drums – Robert Walker
- Executive-Producer – Dr. Richard Ranta
- Guitar – Andrew Turner
- Guitar, Saxophone – Raymond Hill
- Mastered By [Vinyl] – -L.NIX-*
- Music Consultant – Gen. Harold Streibich, Leonard Lubin
- Photography By [Cover Photo] – Cheryl T. Evans
- Producer – Dr. David Evans*
- Recorded By, Mixed By – Bob Vinisky, Jerry Thompson
NotesRecorded November 3, 1979, at Shoe Productions, Memphis, by arrangement with B.R. Toad Productions.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A Run Out, Etched): SP-1 -L.NIX-
- Matrix / Runout (Side B Run Out, Etched): SP-2-RE-CUT -L.NIX-
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Raymond Hill was born in Clarksdale, Mississippi. His parents, Henry and Ollie Mae Hill, ran cafes in Clarksdale as well as a juke joint north of Lyon where which featured musicians such as Sonny Boy Williamson and Robert Nighthawk, and Hill learned to play the saxophone Hill died at the age of 62 on April 16, 1996 from congestive heart failure in Clarksdale.
Colonel Cotton Lyndal Hill (November 1, 1924 – November 11, 2007) was the father of Hank Hill, Good ". Hank Hill, and Junichiro (his illegitimate half-Japanese son). Cotton was also a WWII veteran who had his shins "blowed off by a Japanman's machine gun" in combat, and later had his feet attached to his knees. That made Cotton a foot shorter than his fellow family members and caused a characteristic waddle (according to Hank, Cotton was 6'4" with his shins, and 5'0" without)
com/Raymond Hill (musician). Raymond Hill may refer to: Ray Hill (American football) (1975–2015), American football player. Raymond Hill (musician) (1933–1996), American R&B saxophonist who played on "Rocket 88". Raymond Hill formerly Bacon Hill, the hill Raymond Hotel was sat atop in Pasadena, California.
Raymond Hill (musician), Raymond Earl Hill April 29, 1933 – April 16, 1996 was an American tenor saxophonist and singer He was best known as a member of Ike Turner's band. Water records with Lillie, his wife at the time, then left the music business. He died in Clarksdale in 1996, at the age of 62. References. a b Mark Bego, Tina Turner: Break Every Rule, Rowman & Littlefield, 2005, pp42-55. a b c d e f g Biography by Shaun Mather at Black Cat Rockabilly Retrieved April 5, 2013. Raymond Hill at Find a Grave. raymond hill (musician), raymond hill musician photo. Raymond Hill (musician) Information about. Raymond Hill (musician) beatiful post thanks!
Although Hill appeared on many records with Turner and others, including Howlin’ Wolf, he made only a handful of tracks under his own name. These were for labels such as Highwater Records and Sun Records, and among the best-known tracks were ‘I’m Back Pretty Baby’, ‘Blue Man’, ‘You’re Driving Me Insane’, ‘The Snuggle’ and ‘Bourbon Street Jump’. Turner played guitar on the latter pair of titles. When Hill was in Ike Turner’s band, he formed an intimate relationship with the band’s young singer, Annie Mae Bullock, who later became Tina Turner, and in 1958 was father to her first son.
Read Raymond Hill's bio and find out more about Raymond Hill's songs, albums, and chart history. Get recommendations for other artists you'll love. His father ran a juke joint which featured musicians such as Sonny Boy Williamson and Robert Nighthawk, and Hill learned to play the saxophone. Together with his friend, drummer Billy Gayles, he started playing in Ike Turner's bands in the late 1940s, both the Tophatters big band and the smaller Kings of Rhythm.