Top Z.z. Hill Albums
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The Complete Hill Records Collection/United Artists Recordings, 1972-1975
The Complete Hill Records Collection/United Artists Recordings, 1972-1975
[2015]
The Brand New Z.Z. Hill - Outtakes - EP
The Brand New Z.Z. Hill - Outtakes - EP
[2015]
Uncompromising Blues
Uncompromising Blues
[2006]
Z.Z. Hill's Ha Ha (Laughing Song)
Z.Z. Hill's Ha Ha (Laughing Song)
[2006]
Z.Z. Hill
Z.Z. Hill
[1995]
In Memorium (1935-1984)
In Memorium (1935-1984)
[1985]
Bluesmaster
Bluesmaster
[1984]
I'm a Blues Man
I'm a Blues Man
[1983]
The Rhythum and the Blues
The Rhythum and the Blues
[1982]
Down Home
Down Home
[1982]
This Time They Told the Truth: The Columbia Years
This Time They Told the Truth: The Columbia Years
[1979]
Related Information for Z.z. Hill
Z.Z Hill ( born Arziel Hill September 30, 1935, Naples, Texas — died April 27, 1984, Dallas, Texas) was a popular charting southern blues singer and guitarist from the late 60's until his death in the mid 1980s. He made recordings released on a variety of labels, including Kent, M.H, Capricorn, Quinvy, Atlantic, Mankind, Hill, United Artists Columbia and later Malaco. He started his career as a gospel singer touring Texas with The Spiritual Five in the 1950's but started gigging solo in Dallas in local R&B clubs with the bands of Big Bo Thomas and Frank Shelton. By the mid 60's he was recording soulful rock n roll with an emphasis on bluesy balladry. Z.Z Hill's style is somewhat reminiscent of other southern blues... read more