Band Name Wesley Willis. Album Name Radiohead. Other productions from Wesley Willis. The Daddy Of Rock'n'Roll. Greatest Hits Vol. 2.
Wesley Lawrence Willis (May 31, 1963 – August 21, 2003) was an American singer-songwriter and visual artist. Diagnosed with schizophrenia in 1989, Willis began a career as an underground singer-songwriter in the outsider music tradition, with songs featuring his bizarre, humorous and often obscene lyrics sung over the auto accompaniment feature on his Technics KN keyboard.
Wesley Willis (born May 31, 1963, Chicago, Illinois, USA – died August 21, 2003, Skokie, Illinois, USA) was an American singer-songwriter from Chicago, known for his simple but unique music, with emphasis on his humorous, bizarre, and sometimes obscene lyrics. A diagnosed chronic schizophrenic, Willis gained an enormous cult following in the 1990's. In addition to his large body of solo musical work, Willis fronted the punk rock band The Wesley Willis Fiasco.
Wesley Willis (1963-2003) was an american musician and street artist diagnosed with paranoid schizophrenia. Wesley was born in Chicago, Illinois. He grew up in Chicago’s projects. Over his music career, Wesley released more than 50 albums, many of which were self released. He also formed the group The Wesley Willis Fiasco, releasing one album. Popular Wesley Willis songs. Rock N Roll McDonald's.
This song is by Wesley Willis and appears on the album Radiohead (1993). Once upon a time, there was a rock concert. This band played at the Metro. The concert was a ja. he music was awesome. The band played it o. he crowd roared. The rock and roll was perfect. The concert was great. The rock show was great. The rock show was the greatest. The jam was terrific.
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Wesley Lawrence Willis (May 31, 1963 – August 21, 2003) was an American singer-songwriter and visual artist from Chicago . During some of Wesley Willis' most creative years in the late 1980s well into the mid 1990s, Willis had found a home at Chicago Trax Recording at their Halsted Street facility. Daily, Willis would stop in to say hello and hang with his new friends, the Trax family, which included artists such as Ministry & Lard, owner Reid Hyams and his entire staff, and many of Chicago's most talented artists, musicians, recording engineers and producers.
Greatest Hits, Volume 2. Play album. 22 tracks · 20 April 1999. Greatest Hits Volume 1.
|1||Attempted Armed Robbery||2:27|
|9||Rock 'N' Roll School||2:23|
|11||Who Killed Robert Wilson?||2:58|
|18||Cool Youth Deacon||2:29|
- Artwork By [Drawn By], Written-by – Wesley Willis
NotesRock 'n' roll will never die.
Scream, dracula scream.
Recorded at Airwave Studios 1993