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Robert Lee Hill a.k.a. Pee Wee Hill. Bassist - keyboardist - songwriter, member of disco funk acts Thunderflash and Hill Bros., brother of Joe Hill (2)
Robert Hill (2) U.K. Producer - songwriter - engineer - remixer - Associate of Mekon and William Orbit. Heavily involved in the brit trip hop scene since the early '90s
Robert Hill (3) U.S. Producer - programmer - engineer. Has worked with E-Magine Entertainment acts. Appearing active since 1998
Robert Hill (4) '50s songwriter, mostly known for co-writing "Kiss Of Fire" along with Lester Allen
Robert Hill (5) U.K. indie rock guitarist - vocalist. Credited in '80's releases of The Arnold Incorporated and The Chapter House
Robert Hill (6) British clarinet player, has played for Michael Thompson Wind Quintet.
Robert Hill (8) Appearing as engineer in a metal 1999 Agent Steel release
Robert Hill (9) U.S. harpsichordist and musicologist, played with Musica Antiqua Köln
Robert Hill (10) Blues musician
Robert Hill (11) Appearing as recorder in a 1966 release of Music Of The Middle Ages (2) series.
Robert Hill (12) Early '60's northern soul songwriter
Robert Hill (13) Photographer
Rob Hill Guitarist - vocalist - producer engineer, active since 2004. Has worked with Cypress Hill and Everlast among others
Rob Hill (2) Producer - songwriter with the U.K. hard house act Advent Project - 2006
Rob Hill (4) Vocalist with the power electronics indie duo Shallow Waters along with Jeff Plummer
Rob Hill (5) Drummer with australian goth - doom metal band The Eternal (2)
Rob Hill (6) Appearing as co-writer of gospel song "May The Words" along with Tim Hughes in a 2008 Neal Morse release
DJ Rob Hill D.J. with the hip hop act p.k.o.
Robbie Hill Appearing as drummer with the funk soulsters Wheedle's Groove in a 2009 release
Bob Hill Rock pianist - vocalist Appearing credited in Garfield (11) and Doc Watson's releases since mid-'70s.
Bob Hill (3) Guitarist with indie rock band 12 Point Buck
Bob Hill (4) Arranged - conductor, appearing in mid-70s releases of Maureen McGovern
Bob Hill (5) '70s guitarist - vocalist with Capital City Rockets and The Godz (2)
Bob Hill (6) Orchestra leader, appearring in a 1960 Eileen Reid release with Bob Hill's Orchestra
Bob Hill (7) Appearing as songwriter of "Blue Dreams" with Orchester Robert Opratko
Bob Hill (8) Appearing as engineer in a 1983 disco funk Ball Players release
Bob Hill (9) Mastering engineer of the early '70s, a.k.a. Bobil, Hiltop
Bob Hill (10) Surf - rockabilly artist, duet with Johnny Skiles
Bob Hill (11) Bassist with folk rock act John And Philipa Cooper
Bob Hill (12) Country artist, credited for a single with The Spring Valley Boys
Bob Hill (13) Appearing as engineer in a 1983 release of hardcore punks Manson Youth (2)