Ace, Jack & King (2011)

“Eli Cook wades through dark waters on this splendid blues offering,  a staggering piece of work.”
            --  Daniel Pavlick
              The Rocktologist

       Moonshine Mojo (2004)

     Eli Cook's debut recording.  Recorded live in the studio  features an original guitar compositon by Eli Cook, Easy Boogie.


    Miss Blue'es Child (2005)
  Sledgehammer Blues Label 

 Miss Blues'es Child borrows its title from the poem by the renowned poet of the Harlem Renaissance, Langston Hughes. 
  ElectricHolyFireWater   (2007)

     More than a year in the making, ElectricHolyFireWater  offers a  unique blend of relentless, bass-heavy blues  metal.   Eli Cook's Delta- blues vocals and lyrical   imagery are served with  punishing riff-rock.                                                        

   Static in the Blood  (2009)
    Primitive Son (2014)
     Cleopatra Records

"Timeless stuff created by a scholar of the genre."
    --Classic Rock Magazine
   High Dollar Gospel (2017)
             CR8 Records
"Hot damn and hallelujah, this is what healing feels like!"
            --No Depression Mag
          Eli Cook 
What They Say...
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    "His scarifying solo-country blues chill like a hellhound on your trail."  
                                                                                              Guitar Player Magazine

     “He’s in the vanguard of young, 21st-century blues rockers!” – Tinsley Ellis

      "Eli Cook’s High Dollar Gospel testifies to the power of the blues."
                                                                                                      No Depression Magazine

       "Natural and convincing, Cook has what it takes to be the best blues singer of his  
  generation..."   All Music Guide

     "His honest unique blend of contemporary and old-school styles guitar playing and      songwriting combined with his raw, robust vocals have put him at the forefront of  modern blues."  Elmore Magazine

      “Unique and mystifying!” – John Mayall

       "Timeless stuff created by a scholar of the genre."  Classic Rock Magazine UK

       "The blues need people like Eli Cook.  He feels and understands the spirituality of the history of the music and culture but instinctively takes it forward by marrying in up with influences from modern Southern sounds."   Blues Matters Magazine, UK