Eddie Lockjaw Davis 4* - Montreux 77 (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Searing early work from tenorist Eddie Lockjaw Davis – and a record that really shows the way that Lock was crucial in helping bring the Hammond organ into jazz! The sides were all cut in the mid 50s, right around the time of Jimmy Smith's rise at Blue Note – and feature Hammond from either Shirley Scott or Doc Bagby – both players with just the right sort of rough edge and bluesy tones.
  2. EDDIE 'LOCKJAW' DAVIS 4 Montreux '77 ( US issue of the 7-track vinyl LP, also featuring Oscar Peterson on Piano, Ray Brown on Bass & Jimmie Smith on Drums, recorded by Mountain Recording Studios Montreux on the 15th July , picture sleeve variant.
  3. This album was originally released as Oscar Peterson and the Bassists - Montreux '77 that was recorded in July There is also a complete video of this segment titled Norman Granz Jazz In Montreux Presents Oscar Peterson Trio '77 that brings this album to life/5(11).
  4. Eddie Lockjaw Davis Moodsville Moodsville (label) Prestige Prestige (label) Jazz (CD, LP) We realize that there are many different interpretations of the standard grades used for pre-owned vinyl record albums & CD, so we thought we'd offer you the ones that we are working with, so you have an idea what we mean when we give the grade for a non.
  5. Label: Pablo Live - • Series: Montreux '77 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: US • Genre: Jazz • Style: Hard Bop, Soul-Jazz Eddie 'Lockjaw' Davis 4* - Montreux '77 (, Vinyl) | Discogs4/5(9).
  6. Montreux 77 LP (Item ) Pablo, — Condition: Very Good+. Add to Watch List. LP, Vinyl record album. Dizzy Gillespie Bahiana. an early 70s live set that features work by Ella Fitzgerald, Count Basie, Oscar Peterson, Stan Getz, Eddie Lockjaw Davis, and Roy Eldridge! LP, Vinyl record album. Milt Jackson Ain't But A Few Of Us.
  7. Label: Pablo Live - • Series: Montreux '77 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: France • Genre: Jazz • Style: Hard Bop, Soul-Jazz Eddie 'Lockjaw' Davis 4* - Montreux '77 (, Vinyl.
  8. Eddie Lockjaw Davis swings way out here – working in that cool cooking mode from the 50s, with organist Shirley Scott a very important partner on the date! The group's got a larger sound than usual – thanks to the addition of trombonist Steve Pullman – a player we don't know much, but who shifts the groove nicely away from some of Davis ' more staid cookbook albums.

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