Garland Jeffreys (born June 29, 1943) is an American singer and songwriter, traversing the musical genres of rock and roll, reggae, blues and soul. Jeffreys is from Sheepshead Bay, Brooklyn, of African American and Puerto Rican heritage. He majored in art history at Syracuse University, where he met Lou Reed before The Velvet Underground became active.
El Salvador" revisited 35 years later on Nightflight Plus. Glad that my older songs are being brought into the conversation but sad that these issues are unresolved and in some cases worse than they were so many years ago. We've got to keep fighting. Don’t Call Me Buckwheat This 1991 Garland Jeffreys song is the title track of an album about race that should be listened to all over again. Using rock 'n' roll, doo-wop, reggae and hip hop, Mr. Jeffreys digs into the personal pain and the injustice of America’s never-ending battle with itself. All the tracks are evocative, and they include Color Line, Spanish Blood and I Was Afraid of Malcolm. In 1973, he released his first solo album, Garland Jeffreys, on Atlantic Records. Around the same time Atlantic also released a single, "Wild in the Streets," that was not included on the album.
About garland jeffreys. Savannah Jeffreys First EP! Our daughter Savannah released her first 3-song EP out on all digital platforms. 3 hrs ·. Let's stay together. What more can I say? The incomparable Al Green. With Claire Jeffreys and Mark Rivers.
Album · 1982 · 11 Songs. Guts for Love Garland Jeffreys. Listen on Apple Music. 11. American Backslide. 11 Songs, 41 Minutes. Released: 31 Dec 1982. 1982 Sony Music Entertainment.
Artist: Garland Jeffreys, Track: El Salvador, MusicBrainzID: 48f-6b8abd48e99f, data, artwork, logo, fanart, clearart, charts, musicvideos. Track Name Garland Jeffreys Guts for Love El Salvador. Total Unique Listeners.
|EPCA 3079, A 3079||Garland Jeffreys||El Salvador (7")||Epic, Epic||EPCA 3079, A 3079||Netherlands||1983|
|A-3182, EPCA 3182||Garland Jeffreys||El Salvador (7", Single)||Epic, Epic||A-3182, EPCA 3182||Europe||1982|