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Willow Weep For Me [Alternate] - Johnny Griffin / Eddie ;Lockjaw; Davis - Pisces (CD, Album)

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  1. = Milestone MCD Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis, Johnny Griffin - Blues Up And Down * Jazzland J Johnny Griffin, Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis - Funky Fluke, Part 1 & 2 * Jazzland J Johnny Griffin, Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis - Tickle Toe / Save Your Love For Me. Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis - Johnny Griffin Quintet.
  2. Low prices on Eddie Lockjaw Davis / Johnny Griffin discography of music albums at CD Universe, with top rated service, Eddie Lockjaw Davis / Johnny Griffin songs, discography, biography, cover art pictures, sound samples, albums, etc.
  3. CD reissue. When Johnny Griffin and Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis entered a New York studio with producer Orrin Keepnews on May 3, , they did some things that were unusual for the two-tenor team. They played mostly ballads, they didn't engage in any tenor battles and -- most surprising of all -- they didn't perform together on any of the tunes.
  4. – Johnny Griffin: Pisces Written-By – Johnny Griffin: 2 – Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis: Midnight Sun Written-By – Mercer*, Hampton*, Burke* 3 – Johnny Griffin: Willow Weep For Me Written-By – Ann Ronell: 4 – Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis: Bewitched, Bothered And Bewildered Written-By – Hart*, Rodgers* 5 – Eddie 4/5(1).
  5. Ellington Indigos is a jazz album by Duke Ellington. The stereo CD reissue released by Columbia (CK ) in contains a track listing and cover art that is drastically different from the original mono LP. "Willow Weep for Me" — Soloist edited out. (There is indeed an alternate version of "Autumn Leaves" recorded.
  6. Edward Davis (March 2, - November 3, ), who performed and recorded as Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis, was an American jazz tenor saxophonist. He played with Cootie Williams, Lucky Millinder, Andy Kirk, Louis Armstrong, and Count Basie, as well as leading his .
  7. "Willow Weep for Me" is a popular song composed in by Ann Ronell, who also wrote the lyrics. The song form is AABA and it is written in 4/4 time, although it is occasionally adapted for 3/4 waltz time, as on recordings by Phil Woods (Musique du Bois, ) and Dr. Lonnie Smith (Jungle Soul, ) It is mostly known as a jazz standard, having been recorded first by Ted Fio Rito (with.

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