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The Elvis Brothers were a rock/pop trio (and sometimes quartet) that got its start in Champaign, Illinois in 1981, and were "staples of midwest clubs and theaters from the early 80′s through the early 90′s". The members were Rob Elvis (guitar, vocals), Graham Elvis (bass, vocals) and Brad Elvis (drums). The band released two albums with Portrait/Epic Records: Movin' Up in 1983, and Adventure Time in 1985. The band lost their record deal when Portrait was closed in 1986
In a Heartbeat is an album by American jazz drummer Whit Dickey recorded in 2004 and released on the Portuguese Clean Feed label. For this record, Dickey expanded to a quintet consisting of the quartet with whom he recorded Big Top, with the addition of trumpeter Roy Campbell. The band plays four Dickey compositions and the Carla Bley original "Calls"
Album title: Hidden In A Heartbeat. Hidden In A Heartbeat (7", Single). Download The Elvis Brothers - Hidden In A Heartbeat.
Drummer Whit Dickey's In a Heartbeat is mostly a high-energy set of original free bop. Some of the finest musicians in the idiom are featured, with the interplay between trumpeter Roy Campbell, altoist Rob Brown, and guitarist Joe Morris always being stimulating and fiery. The music is quite free yet purposeful and full of forward momentum. The compositions, despite the colorful titles, are slight, with Carla Bley's "Calls" being the most substantial piece, but it really does not matter
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Release source: CD. Year: 1995. Discount: 20%. 00:00. 03.
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|37-04106||The Elvis Brothers||Hidden In A Heartbeat (7", Single)||Portrait||37-04106||US||1983|
|37-04106||The Elvis Brothers||Hidden In A Heartbeat (7", Promo)||Portrait||37-04106||US||1983|