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Johnny Griffin / Eddie Lockjaw Davis - Pisces

7 thoughts on “ Johnny Griffin / Eddie Lockjaw Davis - Pisces

  1. Dukasa
    Johnny Griffin / Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis ‎– Pisces Label: Original Jazz Classics ‎– OJCCD, Riverside Records ‎– none4/4(1).
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  2. Tabar
    Find album credit information for Pisces - Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis, Johnny Griffin on AllMusic7/
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  3. Goltikree
    This one sees the classic two-tenor line-up of Johnny Griffin and Eddie ‘Lockjaw’ Davis arriving in town for a series of engagements in May-June with a rock solid trio comprising Horace Parlan on piano, Buddy Catlett on double bass and Art Taylor behind the drum kit. The Griffin-Davis combo was well established by this point, and the pair had already recorded several albums together.
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  4. Manris
    Jun 17,  · tenor saxophonists johnny griffin and eddie "lockjaw" davis worked together quite a bit from to there are a couple of live cds and about 6 studio albums representing their collaboration, but this is the only one that went unreleased at the time it was recorded.3/5(1).
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  5. Malajin
    A pioneering figure in hard bop, Griffin recorded prolifically as a bandleader in addition to stints with pianist Thelonious Monk, drummer Art Blakey, in partnership with fellow tenor Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis and as a member of the Kenny Clarke/Francy Boland Big Band after he moved to Europe in the s.
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  6. Vurisar
    When Johnny Griffin and Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis entered a New York studio with producer Orrin Keepnews on May 3, , they did some things that were unusual for the two-tenor team. They played mostly ballads, they didn't engage in any tenor battles and -- most surprising of all -- they didn't perform together on any of the tunes.7/
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  7. Shajas
    The early '60s was a golden age for tenor tandems. Towering team-ups like Gene Ammons and Sonny Stitt, Zoot Sims and Al Cohn, and Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis and Johnny Griffin were illustrative of the Zeitgeist. Such a simple formula, joining the talents of two titans on that most popular of jazz horns.
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