Eddie “Lockjaw” Davis & Johnny Griffin – Ow! Live at the Penthouse (2021)

Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis & Johnny Griffin - Ow! Live at the Penthouse (2021)
Artist: Eddie “Lockjaw” Davis & Johnny Griffin
Album: Ow! Live at the Penthouse
Label: Cellar Live
Year Of Release: 2021
Quality: FLAC (tracks)

Tracklist:
1. Intermission Riff I. Introduction by Jim Wilke (Live) (0:53)
2. Blues Up and Down (Live) (6:48)
3. Ow! (Live) (8:20)
4. Spoken Outro I. (Live) (0:10)
5. Bahia (Live) (8:44)
6. Spoken Introduction I. (Live) (0:05)
7. Blue Lou (Live) (4:11)
8. Second Balcony Jump (Live) (7:15)
9. Spoken Outro II. (Live) (0:08)
10. How Am I to Know? (Live) (10:15)
11. Spoken Introduction II. (Live) (0:10)
12. Sophisticated Lady (Live) (4:04)
13. Spoken Introduction III. (Live) (0:10)
14. Tickle Toe (Live) (6:36)
15. Intermission Riff II. Outro by Jim Wilke (Live) (0:57)

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Nicknamed the Little Giant for his short stature and forceful playing, Johnny Griffin’s career began in the early 1940s and continued until the month of his death in 2008. 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 1960s.Nicknamed the Little Giant for his short stature and forceful playing, Johnny Griffin’s career began in the early 1940s and continued until the month of his death in 2008. 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 1960s.

Eddie Lockjaw Davis played with Cootie Williams, Lucky Millinder, Andy Kirk, Eddie Bonnemere, Louis Armstrong, and Count Basie, as well as leading his own bands and making many recordings as a leader. He played in the swing, bop, hard bop, Latin jazz, and soul jazz genres. Some of his recordings from the 1940s also could be classified as rhythm and blues.

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