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Fathead* - Ray Charles Presents David Newman (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Ray Charles Presents David Newman* - Fathead at Discogs. Complete your Ray Charles Presents David Newman* collection/5(37).
  2. For Ray Charles, later called the ‘King of Soul', the Ertegun brothers, highly acclaimed producers in the early days of LPs in these particular genres, were the catalysts for his creativity. In Charles's band at the time of his first live recording, in Newport in , the head of the red-hot wind group was a certain David "Fathead" Newman.
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  4. FATHEAD RAY CHARLES PRESENTS. DAVID NEWMAN. ATLANTIC AMJY 1 LP Japan. Located in Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan. MIDDLE EAST. FACE RECORDS. We hope you all stay dadidesinlielapulmangmutirotbeds.coinfo date: Jun 03,
  5. Mar 15,  · Fathead: Ray Charles Presents David "Fathead" Newman, an Album by David "Fathead" Newman. Released in on Atlantic (catalog no. ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Soul Jazz. Featured peformers: Hank Crawford (tenor saxophone), Marcus Belgrave (trumpet), Ray Charles (piano), Edgar Willis (bass), Milt Turner (drums), Jerry Wexler (supervisor), Nesuhi Ertegün /5(1).
  6. Fathead (subtitled Ray Charles Presents David 'Fathead' Newman and also referred to as Ray Charles Sextet) is the debut release of jazz saxophonist David "Fathead" Newman recorded in but not released until on the Atlantic dadidesinlielapulmangmutirotbeds.coinfo: R&B, jazz.
  7. Nov 06,  · Album: "Fathead: Ray Charles Presents David Newman" () The talented David Newman, who alternates on this album between tenor and alto, made his debut as a leader at this session. Since he was.
  8. In his band was already on the first live record, recorded in Newport , the head of the hot wind group just David 'Fathead' Newman. The eight tracks on the LP with the early, green stereo label all originate from the repertoire of the Ray Charles Band, but gain through the long improvisations without vocals of sharpness and jazz feeling/5(14).
  9. During the fifties, when Ray Charles was touring with his hits like "What d I Say", "Talking About You", etc., he thought that his band, and his tenor man, David Newman, were so strong that they needed to record a straight ahead jazz album of their own. That album became "Ray Charles Presents David Newman".

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