Elizabeth Barraclough

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Elizabeth Barraclough
Origin New Mexico, U.S.
Genres Rock, folk, folk rock
Occupation(s) Musician, singer-songwriter
Instruments Vocals, guitar
Labels Bearsville Records
Associated acts Paul Butterfield, Todd Rundgren

Elizabeth Barraclough is an American musician whose songs span the genres of folk, country, rock and pop.[1] She was managed by Bob Dylan's manager Albert Grossman,[1] and is perhaps best known for having played both live and on record with Paul Butterfield, Charlie McCoy, Kenny Buttrey, and Todd Rundgren.[1]

Personal life[edit]

Barraclough originated in New Mexico before moving to the eastern coast of the United States.[2] She dated Paul Butterfield for a period of time in the 1970s.[3]

Career[edit]

During her career, she released two albums, a self-titled record in 1978 and Hi! in 1979, both on Grossman's Bearsville Records. Her 1978 album spawned a 45 single, "Covered Up In Aces."[4] Her self-titled album was given warm reviews by The Village Voice's Robert Christgau as well as The Pittsburgh Press.[5][6]

Barraclough performed "Covered Up In Aces" on The Old Grey Whistle Test during an episode documenting the 1977 Bearsville Picnic in Woodstock, New York.

Discography[edit]

  • Elizabeth Barraclough - 1978
  • Hi! - 1979

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c Pittsburgh Press article: "Disc Roundup."
  2. ^ Chicago Tribune article: "Line Up For Listening", July 2, 1978.
  3. ^ 27 Leggies page: "Elizabeth Barraclough."
  4. ^ AllMusic page: "Elizabeth Barraclough - Discography."
  5. ^ Robert Christgau review: "Elizabeth Barraclough."
  6. ^ Pittsburgh Press article: "Disc Roundup", by Bruce Meyer. August 2, 1978.

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