Full Title: " Volume 2 Giant Of Jazz With "Wild Bill" Davison And Art Hodes". Heavy vinyl deep groove pressing with NO ® beneath E in "NOTE" and has the following address on labels: BLUE NOTE RECORDS ・ 47 WEST 63rd ・ NEW YORK 23. Back cover has the following blurb with DIFFERENT address: For Complete Catalog Write to BLUE NOTE RECORDS, 43 West 61st S. New York 23. Cover has no text on spine. Matrix, Runout (Side A Label): BN 1204-A. Matrix, Runout (Side B Label): BN 1204-B.
Wild Bill Davison (cor) Sidney Bechet (ss) Art Hodes (p) Walter Page (b) Fred Moore (d) WOR Studios, NYC, January 21, 1949. Ray Diehl (tb) Slick Jones (d) replaces Moore WOR Studios, NYC, March 23, 1949. Pierre Dervaux (tp) Claude Phillippe (tp, bj) Mowgli Jospin (tb) Claude Luter (cl) Sidney Bechet (ss, cl) Christian Azzi (p) Roland Bianchini (b) Francois "Moustache" Galepides (d) Paris, France, October 14, 1949. Wild Bill Davison (cor) Jimmy Archey (tb) Sidney Bechet (ss) Joe Sullivan (p) George "Pops" Foster (b) Slick Jones (d) WOR Studios, NYC, April 19, 1950.
Wild' Bill Davison (January 5, 1906, Defiance, Ohio – November 14, 1989, Santa Barbara, California) was an American jazz cornet player. He emerged in the 1920s but did not achieve recognition until the 1940s. He is best remembered for his association with bandleader Eddie Condon, with whom he worked and recorded from the mid-1940s through the 1960s. Born William Edward Davison, his nickname "Wild Bill" reflected a reputation for heavy drinking and womanizing.
Giant of Jazz, Vol. 1. (LP - Blue Note. 2. Save It, Pretty Mama. Joe Davis, Paul Denniker, Don Redman. Lew Brown, Ford Dabney, Cecil Mack. 4. St. James Infirmary. Joe Primrose, Traditional. 5. Way Down Yonder in New Orleans. Henry Creamer, Turner Layton.
WILD BILL DAVIS is a soul jazz, cool jazz swing music artist. With the dynamic, swirling sounds of his Hammond B-3 organ, Wild Bill Davis provided a bridge from the big band swing of the 1930s and '40s to the organ-driven R&B of the 1950s and early '60s. Together with guitarist Floyd Smith and drummer Chris Columbus, Davis set the framework for the jazz organ combo sound. Initially a guitarist, Davis made his debut with Milt Larkin's band in 1939.
Learn about and follow jazz musician Sidney Bechet (Saxophone, soprano) at All About Jazz. Along with his fellow New Orleanian, Louis Armstrong, Bechet was one of the first great soloists in jazz. His throaty, powerful clarinet and his throbbing soprano are among the most thrilling sounds in early jazz. He went from being a pioneer of jazz in the 1920s to a national hero in France, where he spent the final decade of his life. In his teens he made his name playing in some of New Orleans's up-and- coming bands, and he played there and in Chicago with King Oliver. Sidney Bechet was born in New Orleans in May 1897, of Creole ancestry, grew up in a middle class environment.
Sidney Bechet (May 14, 1897 – May 14, 1959) was an American jazz saxophonist, clarinetist, and composer. I've Found a New Baby. 3. Joshua Fit the Battle of Jericho. 6. Mandy, Make up Your Mind. 7. Cé Mossieu Qui Parlé. 8. Bechet's Creole Blues.
Sidney Bechet - Giants Of Jazz: Sidney Bechet 3 LP New Sealed STL-J09 Record. SIDNEY BECHET: Giant Of Jazz, Vol. 1 LP (Mono, Liberty pressing) Jazz.