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Ellen McIlwaine - 1973 - We The People

Ellen McIlwaine is an American singer-songwriter and musician best known for her career as a slide guitarist. Born in Nashville, McIlwaine was adopted by missionaries and raised in Kobe, Japan, giving her exposure to multiple languages and cultures. She attended Canadian Academy, a K-12 international school in Kobe, graduating in 1963. Her first experience in music was playing Ray Charles, Fats Domino and Professor Longhair songs on piano that she heard on Japanese radio. On moving to back to the United States she bought a guitar, beginning a stage career in Atlanta, Georgia in the mid-1960s. As a female vocalist who is known more for her acoustic guitar, her music tends to be classified in the folk sections of record stores, despite her strong roots in blues, soul and rock music, and her cover versions of songs by Isaac Hayes, Stevie Wonder and Browning Bryant. She has also recorded several covers of songs by Jimi Hendrix: she wrote "Underground River" about him.

01 - Ain't No Two Ways About It (It's Love)
02 - All To You
03 - Sliding
04 - Never Tell Your Mother She's Out Of Tune
05 - Farther Along
06 - I Don't Want To Play
07 - Underground River
08 - Everybody Wants To Go To Heaven (But Nobody Wants To Die)
09 - Jimmy Jean
10 - We The People

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