Jesse "Ed" Davis - Ed's In Santa Monica FLAC album
Title: Ed's In Santa Monica
Style: Blues Rock, Country Rock, Psychedelic Rock
FLAC version ZIP size: 1777 mb
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Jesse Edwin Davis (September 21, 1944 – June 22, 1988) was a Native American guitarist. He was well regarded as a session artist and solo performer, was a member of the band Taj Mahal and played with musicians such as Eric Clapton, John Lennon, and George Harrison. In 2018, Davis was posthumously inducted into the Native American Music Hall of Fame at the 18th Annual Native American Music Awards Native American Music Hall of Fame.
The album features contributions from Ringo Starr, Harry Nilsson, Joe Walsh of the Eagles, Jim Keltner, Bobby Keys, Klaus Voorman, John Sebastian, Flo & Eddie (Mark Volman and Howard Kaylan of The Turtles), Spencer Davis, Dick Dale, Suzi Quatro's sister Patti Quatro and future actor Miguel Ferrer. Originally recorded for his own album, but not released on it, John Lennon Moon subsequently started work on a second solo album, which was never completed. Drums, percussion: Keith Moon, Ringo Starr, Kenney Jones, Jim Keltner, Cam Davis, Miguel Ferrer, Ron Grinel, James Ed Haymer, Mickey McGee, Curly Smith. Horns: Steve Douglas, Ollie Mitchell.
Jesse Davis bringing the heat on this fine April Saturday morning. Na agulha, o primeiro trabalho solo de Jesse Ed Davis, um guitarrista americano de origem indígena. Em sua trajetória artística tocou e gravou com muita gente boa como Taj Mahal, Leon Russell, George Harrison, John Lennon, Eric Clapton, Rod Stewart, Gram Parsons, Arlo Guthrie, entre outros. Morreu em 1988, supostamente em decorrência de uma overdose de heroína.
Author: Jesse "Ed" Davis. Album: Ed's In Santa Monica. Format: flac, wma, mp3 archive. Jesse "Ed" Davis - Ed's In Santa Monica MP3 version. 2403 downloads at 28 mb/s. Jesse "Ed" Davis - Ed's In Santa Monica FLAC version.
Ditto on Jesse Ed Davis' playing! And on the "Giant Steps" L. .For my money, the "Giant Step" album features Davis' best playing (at least with Taj). Another great track, featuring Davis' under-rated slide playing, is "Watch the River Flow", by Bob Dylan. Scorching! I had the great pleasure to catch Taj Mahal (with Davis, Chuck Blackwell, and Gay Gilmore) open for Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, at UCLA's Pauley Pavilion, in December of 1969. What a great concert! Taj is a national treasure.
The album itself is filled with cameos by Davis' musician pals: Leon Russell, Eric Clapton, and Gram Parsons among them. With the exception of Van Morrison's "Crazy Love," most of the album was penned by Davis, and in spite of some strong rockers ("Every Night Is Saturday Night for Me,") the downplaying of Davis' exemplary soloing ability does the guitarist a disservice.
|Santa Monica Civic Auditorium 1973|
|2||Ching, Ching,Ching Boy|
|3||Reno Street Incident|
|4||Sue Me, Sue You Blues|
|7||It Hurts Me Too|
|8||Roll Over Beethoven|
|Playboy After Dark|
|10||Everybody's Got To Change Sometime|
|12||Santa Claus Is Getting Down|
|John Lennon Walls & Bridges Session|
|13||Going Down On Love|
|14||Surprise, Surprise (Sweet Bird Of Paradox)|
|15||Whatever Gets You Thru The Night|
|16||Nobody Loves You (When You're Down And Out)|
|18||Move Over Ms.L|
|Keep Me Comin' Exclusive Interview|
- Recorded At – Santa Monica Civic Auditorium