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Phil Upchurch

Phil Upchurch

Phil Upchurch


Phil Upchurch (Chicago, Illinois, July 19, 1941) is an American jazz and rhythm & blues guitarist and bassist. Upchurch started his career working with the Kool Gents, the Dells, and the Spaniels before going on to work with Curtis Mayfield, Otis Rush and Jimmy Reed. (His association with Kool Gents member Dee Clark would continue, including playing guitar on Clark's 1961 solo hit "Raindrops".) He then returned to Chicago to play and record with Woody Herman, Stan Getz, Groove Holmes, B.B. King, and Dizzy Gillespie. Read more on Last.fm
Phil Upchurch (Chicago, Illinois, July 19, 1941) is an American jazz and rhythm & blues guitarist and bassist. Upchurch started his career working with the Kool Gents, the Dells, and the Spaniels before going on to work with Curtis Mayfield, Otis Rush and Jimmy Reed. (His association with Kool Gents member Dee Clark would continue, including playing guitar on Clark's 1961 solo hit "Raindrops".) He then returned to Chicago to play and record with Woody Herman, Stan Getz, Groove Holmes, B.B. King, and Dizzy Gillespie. In 1961, his record "You Can't Sit Down", by the Philip Upchurch Combo, sold over one million copies, and was awarded a gold disc. "You Can't Sit Down, Part 2" peaked at #29 on the Billboard charts in the US.

In the 1960s he toured with Oscar Brown, appearing on the 1965 live album, Mr. Oscar Brown, Jr. Goes to Washington. Returning from the Army in 1967, he recorded with Richard Evans, John Lee Hooker, Grover Washington, Jr.

and Cannonball Adderley. Upchurch was part of a group called the Soulful Strings during the 1960s, prior to working with Rotary Connection on Chess's Cadet label. In the 1970s he worked with Ramsey Lewis, Quincy Jones and led his own quartet with Tennyson Stephens. In the mid 1970s and 1980s, he performed with George Benson, Mose Allison, Gary Burton, Lenny Breau, Joe Williams, Natalie Cole, Carmen McRae, Cat Stevens and Michael Jackson. In the 1990s he worked with Jimmy Smith and Jack McDuff. His son is the drummer, Sean Rickman. His wife, his seventh, is the actress Sonya Maddox. Discography As leader You Can't Sit Down, Part Two (Boyd/United Artists #UAL-3162 mono and #UAS-6162 stereo, 1961) The Big Hit Dances: The Twist...

(United Artists #UAL-3175 mono and #UAS-6175 stereo, 1962) Feeling Blue: The Phil Upchurch Guitar Sound (Milestone #9010; OJC #1100, 1967) Upchurch (Cadet/Chess #LPS-826, 1969) with Donny Hathaway on piano. The Way I Feel (Cadet/Chess/GRT #LPS-840, 1970) Darkness, Darkness (Blue Thumb #BTS-6005, 1972) Lovin' Feeling (Blue Thumb #BTS-59, 1973) Upchurch/Tennyson with Tennyson Stephens (Kudu/CTI #KU-22, 1975) Phil Upchurch (Marlin/T.K. Productions #MAR-2209, 1978) produced by John Tropea and George Benson. Free & Easy (JAM/Jazz America Marketing #007, 1982) Revelation (JAM #011, 1982) Name Of The Game (JAM #018, 1983) Companions with Jimmy Witherspoon (JAM #021, 1984) issued as Paladin/Virgin #PAL-4 for UK market. Phil Upchurch Presents L.A. Jazz Quintet (Pro Arte/Intersound #631, 1986) with Brandon Fields, Bobby Lyle, Brian Bromberg, Harvey Mason. Dolphin Dance (Sound Service #6177, 1987) Midnite Blue (Electric Bird/King #KICJ-53, 1991) compilation of JAM material. All I Want (Ichiban #ICH-1127, 1991) Whatever Happened To The Blues (Ridgetop/Bean Bag/Go Jazz #55566, 1992) issued as Go Jazz #VBR-2066 for Germany market. Love Is Strange (Ridgetop/Bean Bag/Go Jazz #55552; Go Jazz #6012, 1995) Rhapsody & Blues (Go Jazz #6035, 1999) Tell The Truth! (Evidence #22222, 2001) produced by Carla Olson. Impressions Of Curtis Mayfield by Jazz Soul Seven (BFM Jazz/Varese Sarabande #62413, 2012) produced by Brian Brinkerhoff; co-produced and arranged by Phil Upchurch; featuring Terri Lyne Carrington, Russ Ferrante, Master Henry Gibson, Bob Hurst, Wallace Roney, Phil Upchurch, Ernie Watts. With the Soulful Strings Paint It Black (Cadet/Chess #LPS-776, 1966) Groovin' with the Soulful Strings (Cadet/Chess #LPS-796, 1967) Another Exposure (Cadet/Chess #LPS-805, 1968) The Magic of Christmas (Cadet/Chess #LPS-814, 1968) Back by Demand: The Soulful Strings in Concert (Cadet/Chess #LPS-820, 1969) String Fever (Cadet/Chess #LPS-834, 1969) Play Gamble-Huff (Cadet/Chess/GRT #LPS-846, 1971) The Best of the Soulful Strings (Cadet/Chess/GRT #2CA-50022, 1972) compilation/2-LP set As sideman With George Benson Bad Benson (CTI, 1974) Good King Bad (CTI, 1975) Breezin' (Warner Bros., 1976) With Stan Getz What the World Needs Now: Stan Getz Plays Burt Bacharach and Hal David (Verve, 1968) With Dizzy Gillespie The Real Thing (Perception, 1969) With Red Holloway Standing Room Only (Chiaroscuro, 2000) With Hubert Laws The Chicago Theme (CTI, 1974) With Ramsey Lewis Them Changes (Cadet, 1970) With Jack McDuff The Natural Thing (Cadet, 1968) The Heatin' System (Cadet, 1971) Magnetic Feel (Cadet, 1975) With Carmen McRae Fine And Mellow [live] (Concord, 1987) With Ben Sidran Don't Let Go (Blue Thumb, 1974) Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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