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Wings Of A Horse - Ellen McIlwaine - Honky Tonk Angel (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Forget the "honky tonk" in the title – because this girl knows how to groove! Ellen McIlwaine's got to be one of the most unique talents of the past 50 years – a skilled guitarist, and great singer – working in a blend of folk, jazz, and soul that lies somewhere between the best tunes by Joyce and Joni Mitchell! This album's one of 2.
  2. Signed by Polydor she made her solo debut with 's "Honky Tonk Angel". In an odd marketing move, the album was divided between a side of live material recorded at New York's The Bitter End, and a side of studio recordings. The five live numbers featured McIlwaine in an acoustic setting (surrounded by acoustic guitar, bass and drums).
  3. ‘Along with her debut album — The Long String Instrument — Fullman’s only output in the s would be two self-released cassettes, In The Sea and Work For Four Players And 90 Strings, recorded in at an unfinished office block in Austin, Texas. Ellen McIlwaine Honky Tonk Angel The tough, jazzy freedom song Wings Of A.
  4. In , Skeeter Davis recorded the song for her album The Hillbilly Singer. In , the two songs ("Wild Side of Life" and "It Wasn't God Who Made Honky Tonk Angels") were combined into a duet by Waylon Jennings and Jessi Colter on their album Leather and Lace. That song reached No. 10 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles chart.
  5. While Fear Itself were local fave raves, McIlwaine eventually split to develop her solo act, culminating in Honky Tonk Angel (). The album captures her remarkable live presence and equally incendiary studio sides.
  6. Album. Honky Tonk Angel Ellen McIlwaine. Released Honky Tonk Angel Tracklist. 1. Toe Hold Lyrics. 5. It's Growing Lyrics. 7. Can't Find My Way Home Lyrics. About “Honky Tonk Angel”.
  7. Wings Of A Horse It Wasn't God Who Made Honky Tonk Angels Wade In The Water Ellen McIlwaine, vocals, background vocals, guitars Thad Holiday, bass, background vocals Don Payne, bass on Side B: 4 Billy Curtis, congas on Side Side A: 1 and Side B: 1 Candido, congas on Side B: 1, 5.
  8. Ellen McIlwaine “Honky Tonk Angel” | Folk, RnB There’s a select coterie of artists whose voices are recognised as musical instruments in their own right, their unique vocal deliveries transcending lyrics and, without being pure, trained or operatic, tantalising the ear wordlessly like a .

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