Hiram Bullock

Hiram Law Bullock

Also known as Bullock, H. Bullock, Hira Bullock, Hiram, Hiram Bidlock, Hiram Bullick, Hiram L. Bullock, Hiram Law Bullock, Hiriam Bullock, Hirum Bullock, Hyram Bullock
This performer (group) in the Internet: http://www.hirambullock.com/, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hiram_Bullock

Discography of Hiram Bullock:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 PDB 6 Audio 1989 DIW Records
2 Half-Life 2 Audio 1987 Atlantic
3 Say Goodnight, Gracie 2 Audio 1986 Atlantic
4 From All Sides 9 Audio 1986
5 Give It What U Got 8 Audio 1987
6 Way Kool 10 Audio 1992-01-28
7 Pretzel Logic 2 Audio 1987 Atlantic Jazz
8 Half-Life 2 Audio 1987 Atlantic
9 Half-Life 2 Audio 1987 Atlantic
10 Too Funky 2 Ignore 12 Audio 2005 BHM Productions
11 Try Livin' It 11 Audio 2003 ESC Records
12 From All Sides 9 Audio 1986
13 Plays The Music Of Jimi Hendrix 7 Audio 2008 Not On Label
14 Way Kool 10 Audio 1992-02-25 Atlantic Jazz
15 Give It What U Got 8 Audio 1987 Atlantic Jazz
16 Plays The Music Of Jimi Hendrix 7 Audio 2008
17 World Of Collision 11 Audio 1994 Big World Music
18 First Class Vagabond 10 Audio 1982-02-22 Not On Label
19 Best Groove Selection 15 Audio 2002 Atlantic Jazz
20 From All Sides 9 Audio 1986
21 Way Kool 10 Audio 1992
22 From All Sides 9 Audio 2014-06-25 Atlantic
23 Give It What U Got 8 Audio 2014-07-23 Atlantic
24 Way Kool 10 Audio 2014-07-23 Atlantic


Ammerican jazz-funk/fusion guitarist and bandleader.

Born 11 September 1955 in Osaka, Japan.

Died 25 July 2008 in Manhattan, New York, USA.

Returned to Baltimore, Maryland with his family at the age of two. He studied at the University of Miami music college, meeting guitarist [a=Pat Metheny], and bass players [a=Jaco Pastorius] and [a=Will Lee]. His work can be heard on [a=Steely Dan]’s “Gaucho” (1980), [a=Paul Simon]’s “One Trick Pony” (1980), [a=Sting]’s “…Nothing Like the Sun” (1987, soloist on the cover version of Jimi Hendrix’s “Little Wing”) and [a=Billy Joel]’s “The Stranger” (1977). He also worked for [a=Harry Belafonte], [a=Marcus Miller], [a=Carla Bley], [a=Miles Davis], [a=Ruben Rada] (on the album “Montevideo”) and [a=Gil Evans]. He recorded three albums with [a=24th. Street Band, The] between 1979–1981. In 2007 he was diagnosed with throat cancer.


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