Big Chief Ellis Featuring Tarheel Slim And Brownie McGhee And John Cephas ‎– Big Chief Ellis

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Trix ‎– 3316
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A1 Prison Bound
Producer – Pete Lowry, Wilbert EllisRecorded By – Pete Lowry
3:45
A2 All Down Blues
Guitar – Tarheel SlimProducer – Pete Lowry, Wilbert EllisRecorded By – Pete Lowry
7:01
A3 Dices No. 2
Guitar – Brownie McGheeProducer – Pete Lowry, Wilbert EllisRecorded By – Pete Lowry
5:01
A4 Louise
Producer – Pete Lowry, Wilbert EllisRecorded By – Pete Lowry
4:00
A5 Fare You Well Mistreater
Guitar – John CephasProducer – Dick Spottswood, Wilbert EllisRecorded By – Dick Spottswood, Joe Wilson (6)
6:10
A6 How Long Blues
Producer – Pete Lowry, Wilbert EllisRecorded By – Pete Lowry
3:00
B1 Let's Talk It Over
Guitar – Brownie McGheeProducer – Pete Lowry, Wilbert EllisRecorded By – Pete Lowry
5:08
B2 Rocky Mountain Blues
Producer – Pete Lowry, Wilbert EllisRecorded By – Pete Lowry
3:59
B3 Hey, Baby
Guitar – John CephasProducer – Dick Spottswood, Wilbert EllisRecorded By – Dick Spottswood, Joe Wilson (6)
5:20
B4 Sweet Home Chicago
Guitar – John CephasProducer – Dick Spottswood, Wilbert EllisRecorded By – Dick Spottswood, Joe Wilson (6)
3:38
B5 Chief's Eb Blues
Guitar – Tarheel SlimProducer – Pete Lowry, Wilbert EllisRecorded By – Pete Lowry
5:15
B6 Blues For Moot
Guitar – John CephasProducer – Dick Spottswood, Wilbert EllisRecorded By – Dick Spottswood, Joe Wilson (6)
4:39

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Recording dates and locations:
A1: July 21, 1975, Cottekill, N.Y.
A2: September 28, 1974, Cottekill, N.Y.
A3: July 22, 1975, Cottekill, N.Y.
A4: September 27, 1974, Cottekill, N.Y.
A5: June 1, 1976, Hyattsville, Md.
A6: July 21, 1975, Cottekill, N.Y.
B1: July 22, 1975, Cottekill, N.Y.
B2: July 21, 1975, Cottekill, N.Y.
B3: June 1, 1976, Hyattsville, Md.
B4: May 25, 1976, Hyattsville, Md.
B5: September 28, 1974, Cottekill, N.Y.
B6: May 25, 1976, Hyattsville, Md.

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