Bobby Ellis

Leslie Wint

Also known as B, B. Ellis, Bob, Bobbie Ellis, Bobby, Bobby 'Willow' Ellis, Bobby Elis, Boby Ellis, Boddy Ellis, Ellis, Jimmy Ellis, Leslie Wint, R. Ellis
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Discography of Bobby Ellis:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Walk The Streets / Step Softly 2 Audio 1967 Crystal Records (3)
2 Blazing Horns 9 Audio 1977 Grove Music
3 Gorgonwise / Kojak 2 Audio Hot Stuff (2)
4 Tommy McCook Featuring Bobby Ellis 14 Audio 2004-08-23
5 Baggy Beef / Sweet Meat 2 Audio 1975 Jaguar
6 Meet The Revolutionaries 10 Audio 1977 Third World
7 Tension / Relax 2 Audio 2011
8 Streaker Disco 2 Audio Tops Record
9 Who Will She Be / Now We Know 2 Audio
10 Cyrus 2 Audio 1979 Matador Records
11 Up Park Camp 2 Audio 1974 Jaguar
12 Skank I Sheck 2 Audio High Note
13 Tension / Relax 2 Audio Afrajam
14 Bad Cow Skank / Drummer Roach 2 Audio 1973 GG's Records
15 Blazing / No Water 2 Audio 1977 Grove Music
16 Stormy Weather 2 Audio High Note
17 Promise Land 2 Audio Spiderman
18 Illya Kuryakin / Ann Marie 2 Audio 1968 Island Records
19 The Whip / Cool It Omego / Shank I Sheck 3 Audio 1978 Treasure Isle
20 Djamballa 2 Audio Impact!
21 Dollar A Head / I'm Trapped 2 Audio 1968 Island Records
22 Me Know Me Area 2 Audio 1983 Rusty International
23 It's Time For Love / The Arabian Sound Of Reggae 2 Audio Attack (JA)
24 Born To Love You / Alfred Hitchcock 2 Audio Crystal Records (3)
25 Keep On Dancing / Now We Know 2 Audio 2012
26 Unknown Scorcher 2 Audio Hot Spice
27 Going Home 2 Audio Matt
28 Stormy Weather 2 Audio 1978 High Note
29 Skank I Sheck 2 Audio High Note
30 Dracula 4 Audio Soul Beat
31 You Dont Love Me / Version Rock 2 Audio Phoenix Records (29)
32 Djamballa 2 Audio 1973 Big M Records
33 Sentimental Reason / Black Out 2 Audio 1973 Lord Koos
34 Wake The Nation / Canon 2 Audio Attack


Jamaican reggae trumpeter.

Born : July 2, 1932 in Kingston, Jamaica.

Bobby worked with many reggae artists as : Peter Tosh, Burning Spear, "The Revolutionaries" and many others.


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