Alfred Pee Wee Ellis
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Who is Alfred Pee Wee Ellis?
Alfred Pee Wee Ellis a.k.a. Alfred "Pee Wee" Ellis: Alfred "Pee Wee" Ellis is an American saxophonist, composer and arranger. He was an important member of James Brown's band in the 1960s and appeared on many of Brown's most notable recordings. He also worked closely with Van Morrison.
- also known as Ellis, Pee Wee; Alfred Ellis
- born on (74 years ago) in Bradenton
- nationality: United States of America
- education: Manhattan School of Music
- profession: Composer
- member of musical group The JB Horns
- genres: Jazz, Funk, Soul music
- albums: "A New Shift", "Live and Funky", "What You Like", "Ridin' Mighty High", "Moon Walk / That Thang"
- filmography: "My First Name Is Maceo"
- official website: www.peewee-ellis.com
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