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9 thoughts on “ Fire Weaver - David Newman* - Lonely Avenue / Newmanism (CD) ”

  1. Lonely Avenue is an album by saxophonist David Newman featuring performances recorded in for the Atlantic label.
  2. JazzTimes: "Newman's 'My Full House' and 'Mama-Lou' have the feel of dustbowl gospel and blues about them, proving that this lion's still ready to play in the dirt.". Tracks of Disc 1; $ on iTunes 1. Diamondhead - (with David "Fathead" Newman) $ on iTunes 2. Can't We Be Friends? - (with David "Fathead" Newman).
  3. Newman's bluesy title track revisits the marvelous "Blue Head," also the title track to the album. Chillin' () "The Whole Tzimmes," which suggests "Fire Weaver," the Roy Ayers composition on Newman's album Lonely Avenue, "Chillin'.".
  4. David Newman: Lonely Avenue/Newmanism (CD) - Two of David Newman's best moments from the 70s – mostly because he was working with Roy Ayers -- Dusty Groove is Chicago's Online Record Store Scripting is disabled or not working. laufedepostrojucanfichilneujivol.xyzinfo requires JavaScript to function correctly. Scripting is disabled or not working.
  5. David "Fathead" Newman. David "Fathead" Newman (February 24, – January 20, ) was an American jazz saxophonist. Update this biography» Complete biography of David "Fathead" Newman».
  6. Dec 06,  · Artist: David Newman. Album: Fathead. Released: Style: Soul. Format: MP3 Kbps. Size: Mb. Tracklist: 01 – Captain Buckles 02 – Lonely Avenue 03 – Hard Times – Remastered 04 – Fathead – Remastered 05 – Missy 06 – Joel’s Domain 07 – Ain’t That Good News 08 – Mashooganah 09 – Front Money 10 – Symphonette
  7. Jan 20,  · David "Fathead" Newman discography and songs: Music profile for David "Fathead" Newman, born 24 February Genres: Soul Jazz, Jazz, Jazz-Funk. Albums include Think!, Fathead: Ray Charles Presents David "Fathead" Newman, and .
  8. For this excellent all-around date, David "Fathead" Newman and a fine rhythm section (pianist Kirk Lightsey, vibraphonist Steve Nelson, bassist David Williams and drummer Marvin "Smitty" Smith) are joined by tenor saxophonist Stanley Turrentine on "Wide Open Spaces" (a tune that years earlier Newman had recorded with fellow tenor James Clay), altoist Hank Crawford on "Lonely Avenue" and .
  9. Arranged By – David Newman* Written-By – Traditional: A3: Symphonette Written-By – Charles "Bags" Costello, David Newman* B1: Lonely Avenue Written-By – Doc Pomus: B2: 3/4 Of The Time Written-By – Roger Newman: B3: Fire Weaver Written-By – Roy Ayers:

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