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  1. Eddie Davis Trio Featuring Shirley Scott, Organ is an album by saxophonist Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis' Trio with Shirley Scott recorded in and originally released on the Roulette label. Track listing. Close Your Eyes" (Bernice Petkere) - "Canadian Sunset" (Eddie Heywood, Norman Gimbel) -
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Eddie Davis Trio on Discogs. Label: Roulette - SR • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Stereo • Country: US • /5(3).
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  5. Feb 25,  · Very old thread but I was just watching a video of The Crusaders at the Newport Jazz Festival and it features a cat named Eddie Davis on trumpet. Not sure if it is the man referred to 10 years ago but when I tried looking up Eddie Davis I couldn't find anything out about him except this one old post here. Here's the link to the concert. Link.
  6. Jan 21,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Miles Davis - There is No Greater Love / Go-Go(Theme and Announcement) from 'Four and More' YouTube No Greater Love - Duration: Cannonball Adderley - .
  7. Eddie Davis began as child actor appearing in several major motion picture films with The Mitchell Boys Choir in the late s and early s, before becoming a restaurant owner in Hollywood, but he dreamed of working for Capitol Records with Tony Butala and Constance Ingolia (which later became known as Tonny & the Letterman and Connie.
  8. The album has a late at night, soulful, slow blues feel to it. Coleman Hawkins on one channel and Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis on the other channel have a sweet soulful dialogue. Both sax players and pianist Tommy Flanagan have a warm, pretty tone. Hawkins, Davis, and Flanagan are joined by legendary basist Ron Carter, and drummer Gus Johnson/5(15).
  9. All tracks on Side A were recorded in June by The Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis Quartet (Eddie Davis on tenor sax, Shirley Scott on organ, Bill Pemberton on bass, Arthur Edgehill on drums) and these tracks were first issued on King LP The tracks on Side B were recorded by The Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis Trio in and

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