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DAVIS, Eddie Lockjaw: Jazz at the Widderbar

DAVIS, Eddie Lockjaw: Jazz at the Widderbar

The Classical Shop
release date: February 2013

Originally recorded in 1995

Artists:

Eddie Lockjaw Davis

Soloist

Gustav Csik

Soloist

Isla Eckinger

Soloist

Venue:

Widderbar, Zurich, Switzerland



Record Label
Divox

Genre:

Jazz Contemporary


Jazz Contemporary

Total Time - 62:55
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DAVIS, Eddie Lockjaw: Jazz at the Widderbar

     
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MATTHEW GEE

1 

Oh Gee!

7:20
 Eddie Lockjaw Davis Soloist
     
 

VERNON DUKE

2 

Ziegfeld Follies of 1936

5:00
 Eddie Lockjaw Davis Soloist
     
 

BOB DOROUGH

3 

Comin' Home Baby

5:55
 Isla Eckinger Soloist
     
 

REGINALD CONNELLY

4 

If I Had You

4:30
 Gustav Csik Soloist
     
 

GEORGE GERSHWIN

5 

Funny Face

4:50
 Eddie Lockjaw Davis Soloist
     
 

BABS GONZALES

6 

Hey Jim

5:10
 Gustav Csik Soloist
     
 

ANTONIO CARLOS JOBIM

7 

Meditation

6:10
 Eddie Lockjaw Davis Soloist
     
 

ERROLL GARNER

8 

Misty

4:45
 Isla Eckinger Soloist
     
 

KURT WEILL

9 

One Touch of Venus

7:00
 Gustav Csik Soloist
     
 

GEORGE GERSHWIN

10 

Love Is Here to Stay

6:10
 Isla Eckinger Soloist
     
 

STAN KENTON

11 

Intermission Riff

6:05
 Isla Eckinger Soloist


Jazz at the Widderbar, well-known to the many friends of jazz culture far and wide, practically originated with Eddi ’Lockjaw’ Davies in 1981. During a matinée, Eddie became not only fascinated by the music itself, but also by the atmosphere and the very attentive audience then present, urging me to help establish Jazz at the Widderbar events as a permanent institution. He felt quite attached to the club himself, due to his many performances here, visibly taking pains to arrange numerous contacts between jazz musicians and myself. The very first recordings ever released under the heading of "Live at the Widderbar" were realized with the help of Eddie Davis too. On November 3, 1986, ’Lockjaw’ quite unexpectedly died. One of the last great tenor saxophonists of the Swing and Mainstream era has left us all too soon. We all are very greatful to him.

Arnold Burri

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