Wild Bill Davison - Surfside Jazz flac album
Title: Surfside Jazz
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Reissued on CD with three extra selections, this set matched together for the first time Wild Bill Davison and one of his top followers, fellow cornetist Tom Saunders. With Saunders' regular no-name Detroit-based group of the period giving Davison support during the 1965 set, Wild Bill blasts out some of his typically heated solos. A few of the numbers are a bit off-the-wall ("Coney Island Washboard," "Old Cape Cod," "Long Gone John" and "Holy Roller") but the music is pure Dixieland.
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Songs: 16. Artist: Wild Bill Davison. Songs: Wild Bill Davison - Coney Island Washboard 03:18. Wild Bill Davison - Old Cape Cod 03:36. Wild Bill Davison - Blues (My Naughty Sweetie Gives to Me) 03:48. Wild Bill Davison - If I Had You 04:06. Wild Bill Davison - Wolverine Blues 03:58. Wild Bill Davison - Wolverine Blues 03:36. Wild Bill Davison - Wolverine Blues 03:08. Wild Bill Davison - Goose Pimples 02:58. Wild Bill Davison - How Come You Do Me Like You Do, Do, Do 05:27. Wild Bill Davison - After You've Gone 03:16. Wild Bill Davison - Creole Love Call 04:10.
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Wild' Bill Davison (January 5, 1906, Defiance, Ohio – November 14, 1989, Santa Barbara, California) was a fiery jazz cornet player who emerged in the 1920s, but did not achieve recognition until the 1940s. He is best remembered for his association with the bandleader Eddie Condon, with whom he worked and recorded from the mid-1940s through to the 1960s. Wild' Bill Davison (January 5, 1906, Defiance, Ohio – November 14, 1989, Santa Barbara, California) was a fiery jazz cornet player who emerged in the 1920s, but did not achieve recognition until the 1940s.
Artist: Wild Bill Davison Genre: Jazz Label: Jazzology Catalog Number: JCD-25 Recording: Studio Length: Format: CD (1 Used). Wild Bill Davison: Cornet George H. Buck, J. Liner Notes Jim Bruzzese: Engineer Frank Harrison: Bass, Tuba Gene Flood: Drums George Melczek: Piano Jim Wyse: Saxophone, Clarinet Tom Saunders: Cornet. View All . Dig-Deeper. Rare Wild Bill (CD) Wild Bill Davison. Jazz Giants (CD) Wild Bill Davison. Talk Of The Town (CD) Wild Bill Davison. In Copenhagen (CD) Wild Bill Davison. Sweet and Hot (LP) Wild Bill Davison
Wild bill davison songs download, free online mp3 listen. album: Take Me to the River. album: Wild Bill in New Orleans. When Your Lover Has Gone. album: World's Greatest Jazz Concert The Firehouse Five Plus Two - Sweet Georgia Brown. album: Surfside Jazz. Battle Hymn of the Republic. album: Wild Bill Davison and His Jazzologists. Waiting for the Robert E. Lee (Incomplete Take 1).
|A1||Coney Island Washboard|
|A2||Old Cape Cod|
|A3||Blues My Naughty Sweetie Gives To Me|
|A4||If I Had You|
|B1||Creole Love Call|
|B3||Long Gone John|
|B5||Battle Hymn Of The Republic|
- Bass – Frank Harrison
- Clarinet – Jim Wyse
- Cornet – Tom Saunders , Wild Bill Davison
- Drums – Gene Flood
- Engineer – Jim Bruzzese
- Liner Notes – Dick Saunders
- Photography By – Guy Morrison
- Piano – George Melczek
- Trombone – Guy Roth
NotesStereo pressing JS-25 in a mono jacket J-25 with a stereo sticker.
White/blue deepgroove lp labels.
|J-25||Wild Bill Davison||Surfside Jazz (LP)||Jazzology||J-25||US||Unknown|
|JCD-25||Wild Bill Davison||Surfside Jazz (CD, Album, RE)||Jazzology||JCD-25||US||1992|