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He was the lead singer for the Memphis, Tennesse bands The Box Tops and Big Star. The Box Tops charted with 10 Hot singles between
In a business that reinvents itself at every turn, Alex Chilton thrived for four decades with a three-fold career -- his early recordings as a blue-eyed soul vocalist with the Box Tops, the idiosyncratic, British-influenced power pop albums he did with Big Star in the mid-'70s (and after the group re-formed with a new lineup in ), and the spate of cool but chaotic solo albums he recorded.
“Alex Chilton,” found on the album Pleased To Meet Me by Westerberg’s band The Replacements, is a song that pays tribute to Chilton by rendering his exploits larger-than-life as if he Author: Jim Beviglia.
Alex Chilton was the lead singer of a million-selling band, The Box Tops, but felt like little more than a puppet of the group's producers. In the era of free love, he'd /5(29).
Feb 11, · When Counting Crows played “Mr. Jones” on Saturday Night Live in , Adam Duritz changed the Bob Dylan lyric to “I wanna be Alex Chilton”—a po-faced homage that I find somehow embarrassing for Author: Lindsay Zoladz.
Alex Chilton's avoidance of pious pop attitudes, and his love for the sort of small-scale music made by people like Earl King or Slim Harpo or Eddie Floyd, is sophisticated because it is a mask. A lot of ink has been wasted speculating on just why this artist would forsake the perfection of Big Star's first two records for the apparent chaos 4/4(12).
Apr 15, · Alex Chilton A Rock & Roll Life in Reverse Alex Chilton had his first pop hit at Then he became one of rock’s greatest cult heroes with Big Star.
In a business that reinvents itself at every turn, Alex Chilton thrived for four decades with a three-fold career -- his early recordings as a blue-eyed soul vocalist with the Box Tops, the idiosyncratic, British-influenced power pop albums he did with Big Star in the mid-'70s (and after the group r. Available with an Apple Music subscription.