Jackie Davis - Five Classic Albums (2CD) (2016)

Jackie Davis - Five Classic Albums (2CD) (2016)
Jackie Davis - Five Classic Albums (2CD) (2016) Jackie Davis - Five Classic Albums (2CD) (2016) Jackie Davis - Five Classic Albums (2CD) (2016)
Artist - Click Name for More >> Jackie Davis
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CD Durations (Combined): 2 hours 39 minutes (80.42 + 78.50) / Year: 2016

July 2016 release containing the LPs; Jumping’ Jackie (1958), Hammond Gone Cha-Cha (1959), Meets The Trombones (1959), Tiger On The Hammond (1960) and Big Beat Hammond (1962).


AVID Jazz continues with its four classic album series with a re-mastered double CD release of five classic albums by Jackie Davis, complete with original artwork and liner notes. “Jumpin’ Jackie”, Hammond Gone Cha Cha”, “Meets The Trombones”, “Tiger On The Hammond” and “Big Beat Hammond”.

Who do you think of when the subject of the Hammond organ in jazz comes up? If you had asked us here at AVID a while back we would have probably shouted Wild Bill Davis, Bill Doggett or Jimmy Smith! However that was until we discovered an unsung genius of the Hammond organ through an enthusiastic jazz listening customer who pointed us towards a certain Mr Jackie Davis. Himself influenced by both Davis and Doggett, Jackie Davis’s solo career began in 1951 where he was playing the clubs around Philadelphia. Regular touring around the U.S. led to the Hammond organ fast becoming his trademark instrument. Signed at first to Capitol records where he made many fine albums, he was later to sign to Warner Bros. His increasingly wild albums covered many musical areas but were always rooted in the jazz tradition. Jackie Davis was a very influential ambassador of the Hammond organ who can certainly be named as one of the real innovators on the instrument. His quoted disciples include both Shirley Scott and the great Jimmy Smith.

JUMPIN’ JACKIE:
Across The Alley From The Alamo
Darn That Dream
I Got The Sun In The Morning
I Wonder When My Baby’s Coming Home
Isn’t It Romantic
What’s The Trouble
I’ve Hitched My Wagon To A Star
So Beats My Heart For You
Jumpin’ Jackie
Moonlight Becomes You
I’d Love To Take Orders From You
Coffee Time

HAMMOND GONE CHA CHA:
Ain’t She Sweet
A Woman In Love
Rain On The Roof
Heat Wave
In A Little Spanish Town
Then I’ll Be Happy
Lady, Play Your Mandolin
I Got Plenty O’ Nuttin’
The Glow-Worm Cha Cha Cha
Perfidia
Love Is Just Around The Corner
Manana

MEETS THE TROMBONES:
Yours Is My Heart Alone
Frenesi
When I’m With You
My! My!
There’s Something In The Air
Charleston Alley
Falling In Love With Love
Gonna Get A Girl
Fascinating Rhythm
This Can’t Be Love

TIGER ON THE HAMMOND:
You Took Advantage Of Me
You Forgot Your Gloves
Should I?
You Do Something To Me
Calypso Blues
Thou Swell
Softly, As In A Morning Sunrise
In The Shade Of The Old Apple Tree
I Don’t Want To Walk Without You
You And The Night And The Music
I’ve Got The World On A String
The Major And The Minor

BIG BEAT HAMMOND:
Stompin’ At The Savoy
Shadow Waltz
Honeysuckle Rose
What Can I Say After I Say I’m Sorry?
Sunday Punch
Stop, Look And Listen
The Song Is You
Sweet Sue, Just You
Strange Music
Time On My Hands

Tags (Click for Others): Electronic, Hammond, Vintage