Ramblin' Jack Elliott (born Elliot Charles Adnopoz; August 1, 1931) is an American folk singer and performer. Elliott was born in 1931 in Brooklyn, New York, the son of Florence (Rieger) and Abraham Adnopoz. His family was Jewish. He attended Midwood High School in Brooklyn and graduated in 1949. Elliott grew up inspired by the rodeos at Madison Square Garden, and wanted to be a cowboy
Band Name Ramblin' Jack Elliott. Album Name Young Brigham. Wydawcy Reprise Records. Styl muzycznyFolk Rock. Zarejestrowanych posiada ten album0. 1. If I Were a Carpenter. 2. Talking Fisherman. 5. Night Herding Song.
Folksinger Ramblin' Jack Elliott is a fascinating and eccentric figure, and Young Brigham from 1968 finds him in his element. The arrangements are busier than on his previous recordings, but they never get in the way of his off-the-cuff style. His vocals are perhaps more eccentric here than usual, delivering out of the ordinary versions of If I Were a Carpenter and Tennessee Stud. Elliott also includes a couple of Woody Guthrie songs to let everyone know where his roots lay. Richie Unterberger's liner notes do a great job of placing this album in context. It would be the first of two albums Elliott would record for Reprise in an unsuccessful attempt to bring him to a larger audience. Larger audience or not, the music stands for itself. Young Brigham is a nice snapshot of Elliott in the late ‘60s and shows him leaving the confines of a large studio with his folk heritage intact.
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Ramblin' Jack Elliott. Talking Fisherman, 04:00. Night Herding Song, 03:56. Rock Island Line, 05:29. Danville Girl, 03:32.
Album · 1968 · 11 Songs. Young Brigham Ramblin' Jack Elliott. Album of the Day. Ramblin' Jack Elliott. Tuesday, August 1, 2017. Born on this day in 1931, Ramblin' Jack Elliott was a disciple of Woody Guthrie and later a role model for Bob Dylan; with a career spanning more than 60 years, he remains one of folk music's most enduring treasures. YOUNG BRIGHAM was the singer's first of two albums for Reprise Records, cut in Nashville with producer Bruce Langhorne in 1968.
If you like Ramblin Jack Elliott you should own this recording. The double album feature makes it a real value. Bull Durham Sacks And Railroad Tracks, not essential Jack Elliott, but not bad either, interesting to say the least. good audio, collector's choice. One person found this helpful.
|If I Were A Carpenter|
|Night Herding Song|
|Rock Island Line|
|Don't Think Twice, It's Alright|
|Goodnight Little Arlo|
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|RSLP 6284||Ramblin' Jack Elliott||Young Brigham (LP)||Reprise Records||RSLP 6284||UK||1968|
|RS 6284, R 6284, 6284||Ramblin' Jack Elliott||Young Brigham (LP, Mono, Promo)||Reprise Records, Reprise Records, Reprise Records||RS 6284, R 6284, 6284||US||1968|
|WPCR-10718||Ramblin' Jack Elliott||Young Brigham (CD, Album, RE, RM)||Reprise Records||WPCR-10718||Japan||2000|
|CCM-198-2||Ramblin' Jack Elliott||Young Brigham (CD, Album, RE, RM)||Collectors' Choice Music||CCM-198-2||US||2001|
|RSLP 6284||Ramblin' Jack Elliott||Young Brigham (LP, Album, RE)||Reprise Records||RSLP 6284||US||Unknown|