Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis - Goin' To Meetin' mp3 album
It was released as Eddie Lockjaw Davis Meets Shirley Horn as Moodsville 30 in 1960. With the exception of a quartet recording released on Stompin' (Prestige 7456), the rest was another quintet with pianist Horace Parlan, drummer Art Taylor, Buddy Catlett on bass, and Willie Bobo on conga, issued as Goin' to the Meetin' in 1962 as Prestige 7242. As one would expect from Davis, these tunes, all 15 of them, are deeply rooted in the R&B tradition and swing like mad. Apologies are made, seemingly, on the jacket and in the booklet for Davis' willingness to keep it simple and.
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Goin' to the Meetin' - Студийный альбом от Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis. В альбом вошло 15 треков. Продолжительность альбома: 01:12:58. Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis. Night and Day. 05:00. 2. Please Send Me Someone to Love. 3. 4. The Moon of Mankoora. 5. Goin' to the Meetin'. 6. 7. I Wished on the Moon. 8. 9. People Will Say We're in Love.
The esthetic and visceral aspects of Eddie Lockjaw Davis’ music have been on my mind a lot lately. My regular AAJ column Combing the Fantasy Catalog allowed me the welcome chance to explore his Prestige label legacy at length, but much to my regret this recent reissue wasn’t in circulation until after I’d put the wrap on the articles. The generous clutch of material from three albums, Misty, Stompin’ and Goin’ to the Meetin’ gathered here is much in line with his other work circa this vintage. The album from which the disc’s title is taken fills out the second half trading Scott’s soul organ for Parlan’s hard bop piano and convening a completely different rhythm section with conga presence intact. Catlett’s moody walking line on the title track (which strangely recalls the bass line to Gil Melle’s Mars - how’s that for an obscure reference?) is but one of the many indications of a different, but no less visceral vibe.
|A||Goin' To Meetin'||2:50|
|B||Please Send Me Someone To Love||2:40|
- Tenor Saxophone – Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis