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While not exactly essential listening, for Davison fanatics the album is an irresistible offering of prime Davison swagger and fire. 44% OFF. Wild Bill Davison. Quadromania (Jazz E. (4-CD). Jazz on a Saturday Afternoon, Volume 1 (Live) (CD).
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Cornetist Wild Bill Davison is heard in typically exuberant form on this second 1996 CD of performances made with trombonist Papa Bue's Viking Jazz Band in the mid-'70s. While Jensen (who can emulate Kid Ory whenever he wants to), the fluid clarinetist Jorgen Svare and guest tenor Ben Jaedig have their spots, Davison is the dominant force; every note that he plays is full of intense emotion
Artist: Wild Bill Davison. Album: Northern Soul and R&b Essentials, The New Orleans Jazz Sound. Download Wild Bill Davison - Jazz Me Blues. Wild Bill Davison - If I Had You In Copenhagen, 2008 04:57. Wild Bill Davison - You Took Advantage Of Me Garry Moore Presents My Kind Of Music, 2009 03:58. Artist: Wild Bill Davison.
Wild Bill Davison did not always front a go-for-broke Dixieland band playing his cornet above a high-octane rhythm section. Arbors Records has reissued two albums featuring Davison with strings. Pretty Wild and With Strings Attached, originally recorded in 1956 and 1957, reveal a lyrical, reflective Davison playing ballads and slow to medium tempo standards. This other side of Wild Bill Davison, a very attractive one, adds dimension to his reputation. Davison is in good form throughout the two sessions, obviously inspired by the settings. Those who are familiar with Davison mainly through his famous Commodore recordings may be a bit surprised by the lush, clear ballad tone that Davison casually sustains. At times, he dips into a growly blues that diverges from the sweet tone of the strings, but for the most part he plays with a graceful assurance in synch with the arrangers’ ambitions.
|2||Blue Turning Grey Over You|
|5||Keepin' Out Of Mischief Now|
|6||Struttin' With Some Barbecue|
|7||Big Butter And Egg Man|
|8||You Took Advantage Of Me|
|9||Royal Garden Blues|