Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis - Norman Granz Jazz in Montreux: Presents Eddie Lockjaw Davis '77 [DVD] mp3 downloadPerformer: Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis
Title: Norman Granz Jazz in Montreux: Presents Eddie Lockjaw Davis '77 [DVD]
Style: Hard Bop
Released: March 8, 2005
Size MP3 version: 1315 mb
Size FLAC version: 1899 mb
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Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis - Norman Granz Jazz in Montreux: Presents Eddie Lockjaw Davis '77 [DVD] mp3 download
Davis played with Cootie Williams, Lucky Millinder, Andy Kirk, Eddie Bonnemere, Louis Armstrong, and . Davis may be heard playing on the 1973 CBS album Ella Fitzgerald at the Newport Jazz Festival Live at Carnegie Hall on the song "Young Man with a Horn".
DVD, DVD-Video, NTSC, Enhanced, DTS Digital Surround Sound, Dolby Digital. Country: US. Released: 2005. Restored and Remastered. Original concert produced by Norman Granz. Interview with Nat Hentoff filmed in New York on June 17, 2004 at the Village Voice.
Norman Granz Jazz in Montreux: Presents Eddie Lockjaw Davis '77.
Norman Granz Jazz In Montreux Presents Eddie Lockjaw Davis '77 Multiple Formats Eagle Vision 2005. EDDIE LOCKJAW DAVIS - Montreux 77 - CD - BRAND NEW/STILL SEALED.
Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis had a distinctive and instantly recognizable "tough" style of playing the saxophone, which earned him his equally distinctive nickname. Long associated with Count Basie, he also had a distinguished solo career. This performance from 1977 sees him teamed with a dream line up featuring Oscar Peterson on piano, Ray Brown on bass and Jimmie Smith on drums, who combine brilliantly to deliver an outstanding concert.
Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis chronology. Light and Lovely (1977). Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis 4 – Montreux '77 (1977). Edward F. Davis (March 2, 1922 – November 3, 1986), known professionally as Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis, was an American jazz tenor saxophonist. Happy Time is a 1975 studio album by Roy Eldridge. In Tune is a 1971 studio album by The Oscar Peterson Trio and The Singers Unlimited. Night Rider is a 1978 album by Oscar Peterson and Count Basie.
Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis 4 – Montreux '77. Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis 4 – Montreux '77 is a 1977 live album by Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis, recorded at the 1977 Montreux Jazz Festival. This Can't Be Love" (Lorenz Hart, Richard Rodgers) – 5:49. I Wished on the Moon" (Dorothy Parker, Ralph Rainger) – 7:04. The Breeze and I" (Tutti Camarata, Ernesto Lecuona, Al Stillman) – 7:34. Angel Eyes" (Earl Brent, Matt Dennis) – 6:02. Telegraph" (Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis) – 6:00.
Telegraph" (Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis) – 6:00. Land of Dreams" (Norman Gimbel, Eddie Heywood) – 7:19. Blue Lou" (Irving Mills, Edgar Sampson) – 3:34. The Rolling Stone Jazz Record Guide. USA: Random House/Rolling Stone. p. 57. ISBN 0-394-72643-X. v. t. e. Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis.
In stock now for same day shipping. Original Jazz Classics US. Eddie Lockjaw DAVIS. Montreux 77. Format: LP Cat: OJC 384 Released: 11 Feb 09 Genre: Broken Beat/Nu Jazz.
Адрес: Россия, Москва, Варшавское шоссе, 25А, ст., 111. ОГРН: 1147746502892
|1||This Can't Be Love||Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis|
|2||I Wished on the Moon||Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis|
|3||The Breeze and I||Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis|
|4||Angel Eyes||Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis|
|5||Telegraph||Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis|
|6||Land of Dreams||Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis|
|7||Blue Lou||Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis|
CreditsNikkie Amouyal - Artwork, Design
Jean-Marc Bel - Producer
Jessica Belluci - Coordination
Georges Braunschweig - Photography
Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis - Primary Artist
Joe Gaydon - Supervising Producer
Norman Granz - Producer
Nat Hentoff - Liner Notes, Presentation
Geoff Kempin - Executive Producer
David Stone Martin - Drawing
Max Robertson - Production Coordination
Terry Shand - Executive Producer