Discography

Fat Cigars

Jeff Pitchell

Fat Cigars is the debut album of Jeff Pitchell and Texas Flood featuring “The Big Man” himself on sax, rock and roll hall of fame inductee Clarence Clemons. With a clear nod to SRV, Pitchell’s take on southern rock and blues catapults his vocal and guitar prowess to the forefront of what becomes a tremendously storied career playing and recording with some of the biggest names throughout the blues community. Sincerity, honesty and humble appreciation to those who have inspired his musical journey flow through every note he plays. Blues fans, rock and roll fans and Stevie Ray Vaughan fans alike are sure to enjoy this one!

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One Day Away

Jeff Pitchell and Texas Flood

Following up his break-out debut album "Fat Cigars", Jeff kicks open more doors with "One Day Away". Featuring an energetic guitar and vocal dual with Rick Derringer, the impeccable fret work on this sophomore offering from one of the unsung heroes of the blues continues right where "Fat Cigars" leaves off.

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Face To Face

Jeff Pitchell and Texas Flood

"Face To Face" finds master blues guitarist Jeff Pitchell's career in full stride. It's no wonder he's got some legends in his camp, with none other than famous blues harp-man James Cotton adding his signature sound to Jeff's third full-length album in as many years.

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Heavy Hitter

Jeff Pitchell

Making it to No. 7 on the Blues Billboard Charts, Jeff hits a home run with this album. "Heavy Hitter" is the best possible name for this CD. With a bunch of new original material and a little help from his friends, namely Rick Derringer, Clarence Clemons, legendary harmonica player James Cotton, and Dave Mason, gives the production countless years of experience in the studio.

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One For the Fans

Jeff Pitchell

After much success with “Heavy Hitter’ Jeff decided to put together a new compilation of some Live cuts including some new studio recordings adding a flavor of Pop, Funk and Soul to his powerful blues edge expanding his music to a much wider audience.

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Rockin' Songs for Kids

Jeff Pitchell

As a husband and father with a busy travel schedule, Jeff decided to work on a side project with his music career to remain grounded for a while. So, with his background in early education, Jeff went into the studio to put together collection of music that would inspire kids to learn. This album contains a bunch of original material that the whole family can enjoy. You can hear basic rock and roll patterns with creative lyrics that your kids will love to sing along to. This CD also contains a bonus disc of a live performance of Jeff as he traveled around to local schools to share his music with the local community.

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American Girl

Jeff Pitchell

This time around, though, J. Geils decided to co-produce him with American Girl, a very soulful often slo-bluesy affair that drops into an R&B groove and stays there. Geils also plays guitar alongside Pitchell, and the CD's title derives from an upcoming James Woods movie of the same name, for which Pitchell wrote four songs. It was in fact Woods who personally requested the music, co-written with Gar Nicholson (Delbert McClinton's band) and Jeff Silbar (the Wind Beneath My Wings cat).

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