Eddie "Lockjaw) Davis - Sheila / Say What download mp3 album
Note: Label has typo, showing artist as Eddie "Lockjaw) Davis instead of Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis. org; K8834 (Sheila) was recorded in NYC, January 22, 1957 with Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis (tenor saxophone) Shirley Scott (organ) Carl Pruitt (bass) Charlie Rice (drums) Ray Barretto (percussion). K8836 (Say What) was recorded in NYC, February 5, 1957 with Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis (tenor saxophone) Shirley Scott (organ) Carl Pruitt (bass) Charlie Rice (drums) Ray Barretto (percussion)
DAVIS EDDIE LOCKJAW, EDWARD (ST). Culver City, CA. 3/11/1986. Musicista autodidatta, dopo aver girovagato in piccoli gruppi anonimi ha ottenuto a vent'anni il primo ingaggio importante nel gruppo di Benny Carter. In seguito ha suonato con Cootie Williams, con Lucky Millinder, con Louis Armstrong, con Sidney Catlett e con Andy Kirk. Ha diretto anche un suo gruppo con il quale ha registrato il suo primo album da leader nel 1946. I suoi iniziali modelli sono stati Coleman Hawkins e Ben Webster, in seguito però ha acquistato una propria identità. Ha diretto le jam session del Minton’s dal 1947 al 1952, con la parentesi nel 1951 quando ha fatto parte del gruppo di George Shearing.
Artist: Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis. Album: Complete Jazz Series 1946 - 1947. Download Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis - Sheila (04-12-47). Complete Jazz Series 1946 - 1947: Best 2 songs. Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis - Lover (04-12-47) 02:31. Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis, Jerome Richardson, Shirley Scott - In The Kitchen Prestige Profiles, 2004 12:54. Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis - Lover (04-12-47) Complete Jazz Series 1946 - 1947, 2008 02:31. Artist: Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis.
Edward F. Davis (March 2, 1922 – November 3, 1986), known professionally as Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis, was an American jazz tenor saxophonist. Davis played with Cootie Williams, Lucky Millinder, Andy Kirk, Eddie Bonnemere, Louis Armstrong, and Count Basie, as well as leading his own bands and making many recordings as a leader. He played in the swing, bop, hard bop, Latin jazz, and soul jazz genres. Some of his recordings from the 1940s also could be classified as rhythm and blues.
Tenor great Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis teams up with altoist Michel Attenoux (whose sound looks toward Tab Smith and Johnny Hodges) and his French sextet for a hard-swinging set of standards. With fine solos also contributed by trumpeter Patrick Artero and trombonist Claude Gousset, Davis romps on such numbers as Neal Hefti's "Splanky," "Flying Home" and "Shiny Stockings. Excellent modern swing, released for the first time on this 1992 CD. Track Listing.
Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis. Edward Davis (March 2, 1922 – November 3, 1986), who performed and recorded as Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis, was an American jazz tenor saxophonist. Style:MLA Chicago APA. "Complete Recordings Album.
Three Deuces’, by Eddie 'Lockjaw’ Davis. Eddie Davis (1922-1986) was a pioneer of the tenor and organ combo. Between 1955 and 1960, he toured and recorded with the unit I picked for you today. In this long running group, Davis realized his vision of what an tenor/organ combo could achieve. Shirley Scott’s taste and light touch on the Hammond B3 made it possible for Davis to avoid the hard hitting tenor approach and produce music of restraint and taste without sacrificing drive and excitement.
Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis 4 – Montreux '77 (1977). Jazz at the Philharmonic – Yoyogi National Stadium, Tokyo 1983: Return to Happiness (1983).
|45-5980||Eddie "Lockjaw) Davis*||Sheila / Say What (7")||King Records||45-5980||US||1965|
|45-5980||Eddie "Lockjaw) Davis*||Sheila / Say What (7", Promo)||King Records||45-5980||US||1965|