Category: Psychedelic Rock

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    Wrap Your Troubles in Dreams: Arne Fogel & the Wolverines Quartet: The Capitol Years [CD] Frank Sinatra: Composer: The Complete Duets Of Digby Fairweather & Stan Barker The Commodore Master Takes: Wild Bill Davison: Composer: The Complete Bill Evans on Verve: Bill Evans: Composer.
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    Nov 01,  · Whether it is “Panama,” “Original Dixieland One Step,” “Big Butter And Egg Man” or “Wrap Your Troubles In Dreams,” Wild Bill Davison is fiery throughout. If this particular CD is difficult to find, several European labels have also reissued this classic music.
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    Sep 19,  · WILD BILL DAVISON: THE COMMODORE MASTER TAKES / L. POLLACK: That’s A-Plenty. TYERS: Panama. CARMICHAEL: Wrap Your Troubles in Dreams. COOK-HEYWOOD: I’m Comin’, in fact—is duplicated on the single CD, Wild Bill Davison in Copenhagen, reviewed separately. The live set with Eddie Condon’s band, taken from broadcasts, came a.
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    The Commodore Master Takes, an album by 'Wild' Bill Davison on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
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    WILD BILL DAVISON'S WORLD FAMOUS JAZZ BAND AND JAZZOLOGISTS Recording Artists: Wild Bill Davison, Cornet; George Brunis, Trombone; Pee Wee Russell, Clarinet; Gene Schroeder, Piano; Eddie Condon, Guitar; Bob Casey, Bass; George Wet.
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    Davison's incendiary cornet playing, in which every note seemed squeezed out of an orifice too small to accommodate it, gave new meaning to the word "supercharged" (and the name "Wild Bill"). For more on Davison, see the article "The Commodore Master Takes" in this "Getting Into Jazz" series.
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    This CD contains some of the most rewarding Dixieland ever recorded. On November 27, , cornetist Wild Bill Davison, trombonist George Brunies (in peak form), clarinetist Pee Wee Russell, pianist Gene Schroeder, rhythm guitarist Eddie Condon, bassist Bob Casey, and drummer George Wettling cut a classic version of "That's a Plenty," along with three other songs that show just how 10/