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Live! Raisin' Hell

Elvin Bishop

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Album Review

Headliner Elvin Bishop's folksy, good-old-boy charm is as much a part of this upbeat live set as the music, thanks to generous doses of good-natured banter with fans. This live best-of collection, culled from five performances over almost a year, is highly entertaining. Mickey Thomas takes the singing pressure off the boss, but the thin sound undercuts the swagger of the horn section.

Customer Reviews

This Album Rocks !

Just take a listen: try Travelin Shoes, Rock My Soul, Little Brown Bird, etc. This album covers everything from Southern Rock to Blues and everything closely related to those genres. Have fun ! This album is what you want at your next party !

Live! Raisin' Hell - Elvin Bishop

This album will get you out of your seat and dancing! I love it. Sounds great and is pure fun.

Raisin' hell, alright!

Like southern rock? Soul? Blues? Raisin' hell is one riotous party. Check out the the Sam Cooke medley at the end. Great fun!

Biography

Born: October 21, 1942 in Glendale, CA

Genre: Blues

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

A veteran guitarist who fused the blues with gospel, R&B, and country traditions, Elvin Bishop was born in Glendale, California, on October 21, 1942. He grew up on a farm in Iowa with no electricity or running water, and eventually moved to Oklahoma with his family when he was ten. Raised in an all-white community, his only exposure to African-American traditions was the radio, which introduced him to the sounds of blues stations in Shreveport, Louisiana. The piercing sound of Jimmy Reed's harmonica...
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