Top Elmore James Albums
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Gigantes del Blues Vol. 4
Gigantes del Blues Vol. 4
[2015]
The King of Slide Guitar: Elmore James
The King of Slide Guitar: Elmore James
[2014]
The Blues in My Heart, The Rhythm in My Soul
The Blues in My Heart, The Rhythm in My Soul
[2014]
The Hot 50 - Elmore James
The Hot 50 - Elmore James
[2013]
Mean and Evil
Mean and Evil
[2013]
Legendary Delta Blues
Legendary Delta Blues
[2012]
Elmore James. King of the Slide Guitar
Elmore James. King of the Slide Guitar
[2012]
Blues Duster
Blues Duster
[2011]
Sings the Blues
Sings the Blues
[2011]
Slide and Pick
Slide and Pick
[2011]
Hits & Rarities
Hits & Rarities
[2011]
Got to Move
Got to Move
[2010]
The Essential Elmore James
The Essential Elmore James
[2010]
Elmore James
Elmore James
[2010]
The Complete Fire and Enjoy Recordings
The Complete Fire and Enjoy Recordings
[2009]
The King of the Slide Guitar
The King of the Slide Guitar
[2008]
Greatest Blues Licks
Greatest Blues Licks
[2008]
Up Jumped Elmore
Up Jumped Elmore
[2006]
Everyday I Have the Blues
Everyday I Have the Blues
[2006]
Elmore James' the Sky Is Crying
Elmore James' the Sky Is Crying
[2006]
Elmore James Selected Hits
Elmore James Selected Hits
[2006]
Standing At The Crossroads
Standing At The Crossroads
[2006]
The Final Sessions
The Final Sessions
[2006]
Dark And Dreary
Dark And Dreary
[2005]
Blues Kingpins
Blues Kingpins
[2003]
Dust My Broom
Dust My Broom
[1993]
Come Go With Me
Come Go With Me
[1989]
Red Hot Blues
Red Hot Blues
[1983]
Street Talkin'
Street Talkin'
[1975]
The Sky Is Crying
The Sky Is Crying
[1965]
Blues After Hours
Blues After Hours
[1960]
Related Information for Elmore James
Elmore James (Elmore Brooks, Richland, Mississippi, 27th January 1918 – Chicago, Illinois, 24th May 1963) was an American blues singer and guitarist. He was known as "The King of the Slide Guitar".James was born fifty miles north of Jackson (not to be confused with another Richland just south of Jackson). He began playing as a teen, under the names "Cleanhead" and "Joe Willie James", alongside musicians such as the first Sonny Boy Williamson, Howlin'.. read more