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Charles 'Skip' Pitts (1947–2012)

Charles 'Skip' Pitts was born on April 7, 1947 in Washington, District of Columbia, USA. He is known for his work on Black Snake Moan (2006), Hustle & Flow (2005) and Woodstock (1970). He was married to Beverly. He died on May 1, 2012 in Memphis, Tennessee, USA. See full bio »


(age 65) in Memphis, Tennessee, USA

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Known For

Black Snake Moan
Black Snake Moan Music Department
Hustle & Flow
Hustle & Flow Music Department
Woodstock Sound Department
Soul Men
Soul Men Music Department


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 2008 Soul Men (musician)
 2006 Black Snake Moan (musician)
 2005 Hustle & Flow (musician)
 1974 Truck Turner (musician - uncredited)
 1974 Tough Guys (musician - uncredited)
 1971 Shaft (musician - uncredited)
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 1972 Love Me... Please! (sound - as Charles Pitts)
 1971 The Projectionist (sound - as Charles Pitts)
 1970 Only in My Dreams (sound - as Charles Pitts)
 1970 Woodstock (Documentary) (documentary sound - as Charlie Pitts)
 1970 It's Not My Body (sound - as Charles Pitts)
 1968 Greetings (sound - as Charles Pitts)
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 2006 Black Snake Moan
Charlie (as Skip Pitts)
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 2014 Take Me to the River (Documentary) (in memory of)
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 2014 Take Me to the River (Documentary)
 2011 Cry Baby: The Pedal that Rocks the World (Video documentary)
 2008 Soul Men
Himself (as Skip Pitts)
 2005 Forty Shades of Blue

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Alternate Names:

Charles Pitts | Charlie Pitts | Skip Pitts

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Played the indelible guitar "wah-wah" licks on the Isaac Hayes Oscar-winning song - "Theme from Shaft" - from Shaft (1971).

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