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Time After Time - Wild Bill Davison, Ralph Sutton (2) - Together Again (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  • WILD BILL DAVISON - JAZZ ON A SATURDAY AFTERNOON VOLUME 2 Recording Artists: Wild Bill Davison, Cornet; Wray Thomas, Trombone; Herman Foretich, Clarinet; Ernie Carson, Piano ; Cornet; Eustis Tompkins, Piano; Jerry Rousseau, Bass.
  • 'Wild' Bill Davison (January 5, , Defiance, Ohio – November 14, , Santa Barbara, California) was an American jazz cornet player. He emerged in the .
  • Wild Bill Davison, Bob Wilber, Eddie Hubble, Ralph Sutton (2), Isla Eckinger, Cliff Leeman: Wild Bill Davison, Bob Wilber, Eddie Hubble, Ralph Sutton (2), Isla Eckinger, Cliff Leeman - The Chicago Jazz Giants Live! ‎ (LP, Album) MPS Records, Delta (2) 5D D Netherlands: Sell This Version.
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  • Oct 06,  · Wild Bill Davison – Plays The Greatest Of The Greats! Dixieland Jubilee – DJ S Vinyl, LP, Album, Stereo US A1 Hindustan A2 Embraceable You A3 When It's Sleepy Time .
  • Stations With Wild Bill Davison. Wild Bill Davison Radio Plays Wild Bill Davison along with similar artists like: Bunk Johnson, Hot Lips Page, Andy Kirk, Bunny Berigan, Kenny Ball & H Swinging Big Bands Enjoy the popular music of the 30s and 40s with our collection of swinging big bands. Ralph Sutton .
  • Wild Bill Davison & Ralph Sutton • Together Again! Review Cornetist Wild Bill Davison and the masterful stride pianist Ralph Sutton team up on this Copenhagen session with five fine Danish musicians, including Jesper Thilo (who switches between tenor, clarinet, and soprano) and trombonist Ole "Fessor" Lindgreen.
  • 'Wild' Bill Davison was a fiery jazz cornet player who emerged in the s, but did not achieve recognition until the s. He is best remembered for his association with the bandleader Eddie Condon, with whom he worked and recorded from the mids through to the s.

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