Edward Harrington (January 10, 1935 – June 1, 2018), better known by his stage name Eddy Clearwater, was an American blues musician who specialized in Chicago blues. Blues Revue said he plays joyous rave-up. e testifies with stunning soul fervor and powerful guitar. One of the blues’ finest songwriters. Harrington was born in Macon, Mississippi, on January 10, 1935. He was raised by his part-Cherokee grandmother in Mississippi. His family moved to Birmingham, Alabama, in 1948
Tributes to Eddy The Chief Clearwater Steven I. Wolf posted his tribute last year. Check it out on YouTube. I produced his award-winning album, West Side Strut on Alligator Records which just celebrated its 10th anniversary. We just wrote some killer songs together. I was so looking forward to doing this next record with him. For Eddy to have so much trust in me was priceless. Ronnie Baker Brooks. Eddy Clearwater’s 2016 induction into the Blues Hall of Fame will always remain a highlight for me as one of my first official duties presiding over The Blues Foundation.
By: Eddy Clearwater (1980, Blues). More albums from Eddy Clearwater: Two Times Nine by Eddy Clearwater. Flim Doozie by Eddy Clearwater. Black Night by Eddy Clearwater. Reservation Blues by Eddy Clearwater. Mean Case Of The Blues by Eddy Clearwater. West Side Strut by Eddy Clearwater. View all albums . The Chief. By: Eddy Clearwater (1980, Blues).
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Once dismissed by purists as a Chuck Berry imitator (and an accurate one at that), tall, lean, and lanky Chicago southpaw Eddy Clearwater became recognized as a prime progenitor of West Side-style blue. ead Full Biography.
ARTIST: Eddy "The Chief" Clearwater. ALBUM, TITLE: Collection. Release year, date: 1976-2008. COUNTRY: United States. Look for more music Eddy "The Chief" Clearwater. Music styles and genres.
Studio album by Eddy Clearwater. The Chief appears in the following lists: Music Genre: Blues. Music Theme: Celebration.
|1||Find You a Job Casey Jones||Eddy Clearwater||3:28|
|2||Blues for Breakfast||Eddy Clearwater||6:07|
|3||Blue, Blue, Blue All over You||Eddy Clearwater||4:35|
|4||One Day at a Time||Eddy Clearwater||4:19|
|5||I Wouldn't Lay My Guitar Down Eddy Clearwater||Eddy Clearwater||3:16|
|7||Bad Dream||Eddy Clearwater||5:02|
|8||I'm Tore Up Ralph Bass / Ike Turner||Eddy Clearwater||3:38|
|9||Lazy Woman||Eddy Clearwater||3:40|
|10||Blues for a Living||Eddy Clearwater||6:40|
CreditsRalph Bass - Composer
Carey Bell - Guest Artist, Harmonica
Lurrie Bell - Guitar
Leroy Brown - Maracas, Vocals
Eddy Clearwater - Composer, Guitar, Primary Artist, Vocals
Ed Cody - Engineer, Remixing
Joe Harrington - Bass
Casey Jones - Composer, Drums
Lafayette Leake - Piano
Abb Locke - Sax (Tenor)
Abe Locke - Sax (Tenor), Saxophone
Jim O'Neal - Liner Notes, Photography, Producer, Remixing
D. Shigley - Photography
Chuck Smith - Sax (Baritone), Saxophone
Ike Turner - Composer
Amy Van Singel - Photography, Producer, Remixing