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    1. Fejar

      Nov 30,  · From High Standards () Jesse Davis - alto Nicholas Payton - tpt Robert Trower - trombone Dado Maroni - piano Peter Washington - bass Lewis Nash - drums .
    2. Fausho

      Alto saxman Jesse Davis plays bebop, blues, and standards and is in the long line of altoists from Johnny Hodges and Charlie Parker through Sonny Stitt, Art Pepper, Cannonball Adderley, Phil Woods, Hank Crawford, and a host of lesser's easy to take a musician like Davis for granted, in part because he plays the kind of music that's still played in every local jazz club by young pups.
    3. Zulkigis

      Artist information Sort name: Davis, Jesse Type: Person Gender: Male Born: (54 years ago) Born in: New Orleans, Louisiana, United States Area: United States ISNI code:
    4. Tojalmaran

      In Robert Altman’s film Kansas City, Jesse Davis is a member of the band at a fictional Hey Hey Club where Lester Young and Coleman Hawkins battle it out for the subsequent video and tour, he’s paired with fellow alto saxophonist David "Fathead" Newman, playing mostly post-bop passages and adding excitement to the jam, which still employs a ish jazz scene.
    5. Kezilkree

      'Jesse Ed Davis' () Davis so deeply impressed Eric Clapton, he helped the Oklahoman get a solo contract on the same label that issued his own debut, ATCO. Davis' self-titled album, released just one year after Slowhand's debut (), has an ingratiating, but inebriated, vibe. What it lacks in discipline, it makes up for in oomph.
    6. Mojas

      Davis' debut solo album is a really fun, rollicking rock album full of horns, piano, blues solos and guest appearances. Should any questions of legitimacy arise, note that Jesse 'Ed' Davis played with Taj Mahal, John Lennon, Willie Nelson, Steve Miller among others and Eric Clapton and Gram Parsons make appearances here on Davis' self-titled debut.
    7. Mazugar

      Buy Keep Me Comin' -ltd- CD from Jesse Davis 'ed' for $ and pay no postage. More than CDs, DVDs, Vinyls, Games, Technics, Equipment and Toys since at your service. free shipping.
    8. Balkis

      Jesse Ed Davis was perhaps the most versatile session guitarist of the late '60s and early '70s. Whether it was blues, country, or rock, Davis' tasteful guitar playing was featured on albums .

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