Jesse "Ed" Davis - Keep Me Comin' mp3 album
- Performer: Jesse "Ed" Davis
- Title: Keep Me Comin'
- Genre: Rock
- Formats: MOD FLAC DTS VOC VOX AUD ASF
- Released: 1973
- Style: Blues Rock, Country Rock, Psychedelic Rock
- MP3 album: 1445 mb
- FLAC album: 1430 mb
- Rating: 4.4/5
- Votes: 111
His father, Jesse Ed Davis II, was Muscogee Creek and Seminole while his mother's side was Kiowa. He graduated from Northeast High School in 1962. Davis began his musical career in the late 1950s playing in Oklahoma City and surrounding cities with John Ware (later Emmylou Harris' drummer), John Selk (later Donovan's bass player), Jerry Fisher (later Blood, Sweat & Tears vocalist) Mike Boyle, Chris Frederickson, drummer Bill Maxwell (later Andrae Crouch and Koinonia) and others. Later in 1971, Davis produced and played on Gene Clark's second solo album, White Light. Two more solo LPs followed, Ululu (1972) and Keep Me Comin," occasionally listed as Keep On Coming (1973). Prison Minister and former band manager, Marty Angelo writes about his experiences with Jesse Ed Davis in his book, "Once Life Matters: A New Beginning" (ISBN-0961895446 pages 85-87).
Originally issued in 1973 by Epic, Keep Me Comin' was Oklahoma guitar firebrand Jesse Ed Davis' (who began his career at 16 with Conway Twitty in 1964) third and last album for the label. It featured a killer band featuring drummer Jim Keltner, keyboardist Jim Gordon, and bassist Bob Glaub with a slew of side players featured in various places on horns (Clifford Scott, George Bohannon, Jerry Jumonville, and Howard Johnson among them), and backing vocals and notable cameos by Merry Clayton, Bonnie Bramlett, Leon Russell, and many others.
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.
Jesse Ed Davis - guitar, vocals, producer Bob Glaub - bass Howard Johnson - baritone saxophone Bobby Torres - congas Bill Plummer - double bass John Angelos - harmonica James Gordon - piano, electric piano, clavinet John Smith - tenor saxophone Clifford Scott - tenor saxophone George Bohannon - trombone Jacques Ellis - trombone Jerry Jumonville - alto saxophone Gary Barone - trumpet, flugelhorn Bobby Bruce - violin Felix Falcon - percussion Jim Keltner - drums Billy Davis, Carolyn.