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Alfred 'Pee Wee' Ellis
Alfred (* 1941 in Bradenton, Florida) is a saxophonist, but plays also flute and keyboards. With a background in jazz, he was an important member of James Brown's band in the 1960s, appearing on many of Brown's most notable recordings and co-writing hits like "Cold Sweat" and "Say It Loud - I'm Black and I'm Proud". He also worked closely with Van Morrison.
In later years, he became a resident of England.
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Say It Live And Loud, Live In Dallas 1968
Polydor 31455 7668-2
released 1968
recorded live August 1968 at the Dallas Memorial Auditorium, Dallas, TX/USA
James Brown, vocals
Richard "Kush" Griffith, trumpet
Waymon Reed, trumpet
Levi Rasbury, valve trombone
Fred Wesley, trombone
Maceo Parker, tenor sax
Alfred 'Pee Wee' Ellis, alto sax, organ
St. Clair Pinckney, tenor sax, baritone sax
Jimmy Nolen, guitar
Alphonso "Country" Kellum, bass guitar
Sweet Charles Sherrell, bass
Clyde Stubblefield, drums
Nate Jones, drums
Richard Jones, violin
Marilyn Jones, violin
Sylvia Medford, violin
St-Clair Pinckney, vocals

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