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Playlist of James Thunderbird Davis

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    James Thunderbird Davis & Ron Levy Checkout Time

    4:09

    Another Levy original sung by 'Thunderbird' and great guitar work from Clarence Holomon. produced by the talented Hammond Scott for his Blacktop label.

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    James Thunderbird Davis & Ron Levy Come By here

    3:01

    RL original sung by Mr. James 'Thunderbird' Davis on Blacktop records. Produced by Hammond Scott, recorded in New Orleans from the 'Checkout Time' album.

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    James Thunderbird Davis - Instrumental #4

    2:05

    James Thunderbird Davis (1938-1992) with Instrumental #4 from The George Mitchell Collection Vol. 5. Davis got his name from Guitar Slim. They got into a drinking bout & Davis ended up in the hospital. Guitar Slim gave him the name of Thunderbird for the wine Davis was drinking to tease him. Davis stopped drinking after that. He passed away from a heart attack on stage at The Blues Saloon in St. Paul, Minnesota on Jan. 24, 1992.

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    James Davis - Chains Around My Heart

    2:20

    A Superb Slice Of MOD R&B...

    Artist Biography by Bill Dahl:

    James Davis went out the way entertainers often dream of. While performing at the Blues Saloon in St. Paul, MN, he suffered a fatal heart attack in mid-set and died on-stage. The tragic event ended a comeback bid that warmed the heart of blues aficionados; Davis' whereabouts were so unknown prior to his triumphant re-emergence that he was rumored to be dead.

    His melismatic vocal delivery betraying strong gospel roots, Davis secured his first pro gig in 1957 as opening act for Guitar Slim. The flamboyant guitarist was responsible for tagging Davis with his Thunderbird moniker. Davis lost a drinking contest to his boss that sent him to the hospital; the singer's libation of choice that fateful day was Thunderbird wine (which Davis swore off for life).

    Davis signed on with Don Robey's Houston-based Duke Records in 1961. Robey utilized his new discovery as a demo singer for Bobby Bland when Davis wasn't cutting his own singles. Two of Davis' Duke offerings, the tortured blues numbers Blue Monday and Your Turn to Cry, rank with finest blues 45s of the early '60s, but did little for Davis at the time. He left Duke in 1966, opening for Joe Tex and O.V. Wright on the road before settling down.

    After just about giving up entirely on show biz, Davis was tracked down in Houma, LA, by Black Top Records boss Hammond Scott and two cohorts. A 1989 album called Check Out Time was the happy result; sidemen on the date included two former cohorts, bassist Lloyd Lambert (Guitar Slim's bandleader) and guitarist Clarence Hollimon. The resultant acclaim catapulted Davis back into the limelight for the last years of his life.

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    JAMES DAVIS Blue monday

    2:46

    JAMES DAVIS- Blue Monday (1963) Duke 368
    (Sing on the flip side)
    By request from Calindesmoines1
    Enjoy!
    FIRST TIME ON YOU TUBE

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    Blue Monday

    2:59

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    Blue Monday · James Davis

    The Best Of Duke-Peacock Blues

    ℗ A Geffen Records Release; ℗ 1963 UMG Recordings, Inc.

    Released on: 1992-02-16

    Associated Performer, Vocals: James Davis
    Composer Lyricist: Don D. Robey
    Composer Lyricist: Gilbert Caple

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

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    Letter From My Darling

    3:54

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    Letter From My Darling · Larry Davis

    Sooner Or Later

    ℗ 1992 Rounder Records, a division of Concord Music Group, Inc.

    Released on: 1992-06-23

    Associated Performer, Vocals, Lead Guitar: Larry Davis
    Associated Performer, Piano: James Rudy
    Associated Performer, Rhythm Guitar: Thomas Bingham
    Associated Performer, Bass Guitar: George Journigan
    Associated Performer, Organ, Producer, Recording Producer: Ron Levy
    Associated Performer, Drums: Curtis Steele
    Associated Performer, Tenor Saxophone: Andrew Love
    Associated Performer, Trumpet, Trombone: Wayne Jackson
    Associated Performer, Brass Band: The Memphis Horns
    Studio Personnel, Recording Engineer: Jeff Powell
    Studio Personnel, Recording Engineer: William Brown
    Studio Personnel, Asst. Recording Engineer: James Senter
    Studio Personnel, Mix Engineer: Stevie Rosenthal
    Studio Personnel, Assistant Mixer: Joe Worda
    Studio Personnel, Mastering Engineer: Joe Brescio
    Studio Personnel, Editor: Perry Geyer
    Composer Lyricist: McCoy Singleton

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    James Davis - Blues Monday

    2:58

    With James Booker on piano

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    Check Out Time

    5:54

    Originally done by James Thunderbird Davis........ a great but under appreciated bluesman. This is my version.......thanks for listening......Jerry Lucky Lee

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    James Davis, Who stole the lock off the henhouse door

    3:24

    I do not own the copyrights to this recordings, so if it needs to be removed, I will remove it.

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    James Davis - Aint It Great 1964

    2:31

    James Davis
    Ain't It Great
    Duke 392
    1964

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    James Peck Curtis Jerusalem Blues

    2:11

    I do not own the copyright to this recording. This video is for historical and educational purposes only.

    James Peck Curtis:Vocals & Drums

    Poss. W.C. Clay:Guitar

    Robert Dudlow Taylor:Piano

    Either Sonny Boy Williamson II, Driftin' Slim or Frank Hawkins:Harmonica

    Recorded in Helena, AR. c. January 22, 1952

    Originally issued on and this recording taken from the 1969 album Anthology of the Blues:Arkansas Blues (Kent LP 9007) (LP)

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    Thunderbird HS - James Bond 007

    3:14

    This is Thunderbird High School preforming James Bond 007 in the 2006 football season.

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    James Davis, Ain`t It Great

    2:35

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    James Davis - Bucket Head

    2:50

    James Davis - Bucket Head on Federal Records

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    Leaving Blues : James Walton

    2:28

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    James Davis, Old county rock #1

    3:54

    I do not own the copyrights to this recordings, so if it needs to be removed, I will remove it.

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    James Cotton - My Babe

    2:51

    From '' My Foundation ''
    Label: Jackal Records ‎– WOW-720
    Format: Vinyl, LP, Album
    Country: Canada
    Released: 1980

    Tracklist
    A1 Take Me Back Baby
    A2 Hungry Country
    A3 Dunn Got Over It
    A4 Dust My Broom
    B1 Take Out Some Insurance
    B2 Killing Floor
    B3 Don't You Know I Love You
    B4 Clouds Of My Heart
    B5 My Babe

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    My Babe is a blues song and a blues standard written by Willie Dixon for Little Walter.
    Released in 1955 on Checker Records, a subsidiary of Chess Records, the song was the only Dixon composition ever to become a no. 1 R&B single, and it was one of the biggest hits of either of their careers.

    The song was based on the traditional gospel song This Train (Is Bound For Glory), which Sister Rosetta Tharpe recorded in the 1939 hit, This Train.
    Dixon reworked the arrangement and lyrics from the sacred, the procession of saints into Heaven, into the secular, a story about a woman that won't stand for her man to cheat: My baby, she don't stand no cheating, my babe, she don't stand none of that midnight creeping.

    Ray Charles had famously, and controversially, pioneered the gospel-song-to-secular-song approach with his reworking of the gospel hymn It Must Be Jesus. into I Got a Woman, which hit the Billboard R&B charts on January 22, 1955, later climbing to the #1 position for one week.
    Within days of the appearance of Charles's song on the national charts, Little Walter entered the studio to record My Babe, on January 25, 1955.
    My Babe was released while I've Got A Woman was still on the charts, and eclipsed Charles's record by spending 19 weeks on the Billboard R&B charts beginning on March 12, 1955, including five weeks at the number one position, making it one of the biggest R&B hits of 1955.

    The B side of My Babe was the harmonica instrumental Thunderbird, following the pattern established by the release of Little Walter's number #1 hit single from 1952, Juke, of featuring a vocal performance one side and a harmonica instrumental on the flip side.

    Recording

    Although no documentation exists, the song was probably recorded at Universal Recorders in Chicago, the site of the majority of Chess and Checker sessions until Chess opened their own studio c. 1956/'57.
    Backing Little Walter's vocals and harmonica were Robert Lockwood, Jr. and Leonard Caston on guitars, Willie Dixon on double-bass, and Fred Below on drums.
    Guitarist Luther Tucker, then a member of Walter's band, was absent from the recording session that day. My Babe was re-issued in 1961 with an overdubbed female vocal backing chorus and briefly crossed over to the pop charts.

    Cover Versions

    The success of song lead to dozens of cover versions by many diverse artists:
    Elvis Presley released a live cover on the album From Memphis to Vegas/From Vegas to Memphis
    Dale Hawkins released My Babe as a single by Checker Records
    Chuck Berry covered the song on Chuck Berry in 1975
    The song was performed by Little Walter, Bo Diddley, and Muddy Waters on Super Blues
    Sonny Burgess and the Pacers on their self-titled album
    Cliff Richard on Cliff
    Ricky Nelson on his 1958 album Ricky Nelson
    Peter & Gordon on In Touch With...
    Donald Byrd on Up with Donald Byrd
    Ronnie Milsap on Just for a Thrill Conway Twitty, Ramsey Lewis, Grant Green, Mississippi Fred McDowell, Coleman Hawkins, Gene Ammons, The Everly Brothers, The Animals,the Steve Miller Band, Lou Rawls, Ike & Tina Turner, and many others have also covered the song. Mose Allison rewrote it as My Brain and recorded it for his 2010 album The Way of the World. The song My Babe by the Spencer Davis Group (Stevie Winwood) on their first album is a different song.
    My Babe was performed by Ben Harper, with James Cotton sitting in on blues harp, during the induction ceremony for Little Walter into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame on March 10, 2008.
    My Babe was sung by Robert Britton Lyons, portraying Carl Perkins, in medley with Sixteen Tons sung by Lance Guest, portraying Johnny Cash, in the Broadway musical Million Dollar Quartet, which opened in New York in April, 2010. Lyons and Guest also covered the songs on the Million Dollar Quartet original Broadway cast recording, copyright 2010 by MDQ Merchandising, LLC.

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    Maxwell Street Jimmy Davis - Alberta

    2:58

    from Maxwell Street Jimmy Davis

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    The Troggs - Greatest Hits

    55:45

    TRACKLIST
    01- Evil 00:11
    02- From Home 03:25
    03- Girl In Black 05:49
    04- Gonna make You 07:58
    05- You're Lying 10:46
    06- 66-5-4-3-2-1 13:16
    07- I Can't Control Myself 15:52
    08- Cousin Jane 18:58
    09- Her emotion 21:25
    10- Hi Hi Hazel 23:52
    11- Jingle Jangle 26:46
    12- Lost Girl 29:16
    13- Louie Louie 31:48
    14- Our Love Will Still Be There 34:53
    15- Purple Shades 38:03
    16- Jaguar And Thunderbird 40:27
    17- Mona 42:51
    18- Wild Thing 48:11
    19- Any Way That You Want Me 50:42
    20- With a Girl like You 53:34


    The Troggs - Greatest Hits (FULL ALBUM)
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    The Troggs (originally called the Troglodytes) are an English garage rock band formed in Andover, Hampshire in May 1964. They had a number of hits in the United Kingdom and the United States. Their most famous songs include the US chart-toppers Wild Thing, With a Girl Like You and Love Is All Around, all of which sold over 1 million copies and were awarded gold discs. Wild Thing is ranked #257 on the Rolling Stone magazine's list of The 500 Greatest Songs of All Time and was an influence on garage rock and punk rock.


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    Jamie Davis _4

    6:38

    Концерт суперзвезды американского джаза, солиста знаменитого оркестра Каунта Бейси, великолепного певца и киноартиста, обладателя редкостного бархатного баритона Джейми Дэвиса - в Кемеровской филармонии 12.12.12г.
    Голос Д. Дэвиса был назван «шоколадным баритоном» сэром Майклом Паркинсоном, после совместного выступления Джейми и оркестра Би-Би-Си в 2007г. на международном джазовом фестивале в Лондоне.

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    J. C. Davis ◄ The Splib Pt. 1&2 ►

    4:25

    For listen others J.C. Davis tunes GO on my blog

    James C. Davis, saxophone R&B player, active in the 50s & 60s, mostly with James Brown and Hank Ballard. « The Splib Pt. 1&2 » is taken on his Chess single 5382 in 1961.

    * ORIGINAL VINYL * from my personal collection. Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for fair use for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. I do not claim rights or ownership to any of the copyrighted material used in this video. All rights belong to their respective owners. I own a legal copy of this product and support the official release. This video only serves to promote the original author.

    By Mightygroove

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    The Fabulous Thunderbirds - Full Concert - 04/19/86 - Capitol Theatre

    46:52

    The Fabulous Thunderbirds - Full Concert
    Recorded Live: 4/19/1986 - Capitol Theatre (Passaic, NJ)

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    Setlist:
    0:00:00 - Amnesia
    0:04:05 - Can't Tear It Up Enough
    0:07:26 - Tell Me (Pretty Baby)
    0:12:18 - True Love
    0:15:51 - Why Get Up
    0:20:08 - Full-Time Lover
    0:28:56 - She's Tuff
    0:34:57 - Wrap It Up
    0:38:26 - Look At That, Look At That
    0:42:45 - Tuff Enuff

    Personnel:
    Fran Cristina - drums
    Preston Hubbard - bass
    Jimmie Vaughan - guitar, vocals
    Kim Wilson - vocals, harmonica
    Chuck Leavell - keyboards

    Summary:
    Kim Wilson and Jimmie Vaughan had a great blues band when they were both in The Fabulous Thunderbirds. After the departure of Vaughan, the band carried on, but it has really become a vehicle for Wilson. Prior to the recording of this King Biscuit Flower Hour show in 1986, the Fab T-Birds had persevered through four critically acclaimed but commercially unsuccessful albums before striking gold this same year with Tuff Enuff.

    This show represents the band at its creative zenith, and is one of the best examples of how blues, rock and R&B were fused continually into a cohesive musical showcase. Featuring most of the Tuff Enuff LP, this show opens with Can't Tear It Up Enough, and never lets up until after The Fabulous Thunderbirds rocked the house significantly and ended with The Crawl.

    Originally formed in 1974 by Jimmie Vaughan and Kim Wilson, the group quickly established itself as one of the premiere bands on the U.S. blues bar circuit. The original version of the band featured female blues star, Lou Ann Barton, but she left before the band really got rolling. They recorded initially for Takoma records and eventually Chrysalis, and were one of the first bands to break out of the Texas blues circuit and cross over to a more mainstream audience. Much of that success came in 1986, when four years after being dropped by Chrysalis, they convinced Epic Records to sign them and bring in producer Dave Edmunds, a star in his own right. Edmunds had successfully transformed the Stray Cats into MTV superstars just a few years earlier.

    The result was Tuff Enuff, the hit album and single that provided other follow-up hits such as their version of Sam & Dave's Wrap It Up. This recording was made as the group was promoting Tuff Enuff, and was recorded at the legendary Capitol Theater, the main venue used by promoter John Scher in the '70s and '80s.

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    Maxwell Street Jimmy Davis - What more can a good man do?

    3:01

    From 'Same' album

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    JAMES DAVIS YOUR TURN TO CRY

    3:04

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    Red Prysock - All the Best

    29:22

    TRACKLIST
    01- Take Me In Your Arms
    02- You Don't Have To Say You Love Me
    03- Wiggles
    04- Fruit Boots
    05- Rollin' & Rockin'
    06- Hand Clappin'
    07- Hide Away
    08- Jump For George
    09- Satellite
    10- Smokestack
    11- Rock 'N Roll

    Red Prysock - All the Best (FULL ALBUM)

    Wilburt Prysock (February 2, 1926 – July 19, 1993), known as Red Prysock, was an American rhythm and blues tenor saxophonist, one of the early Coleman Hawkins-influenced saxophonists to move in the direction of rhythm and blues, rather than bebop.
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    LOVES REPOSSESSION - LITTLE FRANKIE LEE - SOLID SOUL

    4:10

    One of many records that I tucked away over the years as having something. I pulled this off one of the shelves tonight and could not remember how it went so I gave it a spin on the vinyl to comp turntable that my boy gave me, for the Xmas before last. I had stuff by him on Peacock but his is obviously a much more modern sound. (Produced by his cousin Johnny Guitar Watson by the way). Born Frankie Lee Jones in 1941 in Mart, Texas, he began singing in church. I was raised up in a religious household, and the blues was the devil's music. But Frankie fell in love with the blues he heard on the radio. As a teenager he used to sneak out to clubs to hear the likes of B.B. King.

    After high school he moved to Austin, where he met and worked with Sonny Rhodes. One night Ike Turner heard Frankie in a club and hired him as a featured vocalist, giving Frankie his first road experience and first chance to perform before large crowds. Of the experience, Frankie says, I'll never forget it. I dug the music and the way they performed. Tina in particular just knocked me out. It was amazing how she would go out and grab an audience - that's what I wanted to do. So I would just sit back and take notes. I learned a lot.

    Shortly thereafter, Frankie moved to Houston. During this early period in Texas, Frankie worked with the people he admired most - Big Mama Thornton, Buddy Ace, Bobby Bland, Gatemouth Brown, Ted Taylor, Al Braggs, Junior Parker, O.V. Wright, James Thunderbird Davis and Joe Hinton.
    Don Robey, the legendary owner of the historic Duke and Peacock labels, heard Frankie in a Houston nightclub and offered him a contract. In 1963, as Little Frankie Lee, he made his first recording, Full Time Love. The song was an answer to Little Johnny Taylor's Part Time Love. Frankie's next record was Taxi Blues, which was to become a smash hit, as well as Frankie's signature song.
    He started working with guitarist Albert Collins, and the two became good friends. Albert was like a big brother to me, says Frankie. They left Texas together in 1965, and Frankie stayed on the road and sang with Albert's band for the next six years. By 1971, Frankie Lee was in Los Angeles, working with his cousin Johnny Guitar Watson. Frankie recorded for Elka Records, with Johnny Guitar producing.
    In 1973, Frankie moved to Oakland, the West Coast home of the blues. In the late 70's, a young guitarist by the name of Robert Cray played in Frankie's back-up band. After touring up and down the West Coast, Frankie landed a contract with Hightone Records, for whom he recorded The Ladies And The Fees, an album which received high critical acclaim.
    Frankie Lee relocated to New York in 1988 where he performed regularly at clubs such as the Ritz, the Lone Star, and Tramps, and worked in similar clubs from Boston to Florida. He recorded his next album with Doug Newby and the Bluzblasters, featuring a guest performance by Lucky Peterson. Entitled Sooner Or Later, it was released by the Flying Fish (now Rounder) label in 1992.

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    McKinley James - Tuskegee Boogie 1965

    3:42

    Boogie on down to the Macon County Jail Written in 1962 recorded in 1965 . About Tuskegee's first black sheriff, Lucious Amerson and his personal war on public drunkenness.

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    Hubert Sumlin ~ Healing Feeling 1989

    43:57

    Modern Electric Chicago Blues 1989
    Ronnie Earl on guitar also
    Track List
    Healing Feeling 00:00:00
    Play It Cool 00:02:37
    vocals Darrell Nulisch
    Blue Shadows 00:07:52
    vocals Darrell Nulisch
    I Don't Want To Hear About Yours 00:12:04
    voclas Darrell Nulisch & James ''Thunderbird'' Davis
    Just Like I Treat You 00:15:52
    voclas Darrell Nulisch
    Come Back Little Girl 00:19:49
    Without A Friend Like You 00:24:23
    voclas Darrell Nulisch
    I Don't Want No Woman 00:27:46
    Down The Dusty Road 00:31:12
    Honey Dumlins 00:34:05
    Blues For Henry 00:39:35

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    Pittsburgh Jazz MrB The Blues Man 5-23-11

    9:42

    Mr B, The Blue's Man with The CBG Connection Monday Night at The Thunderbird Craig Davis - guitar, Billy Dillon - drums Gordon Gary - guitar, Gary Kalinosky -guitar and Mr B - vocals

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    HUBERT SUMLIN - Without A Friend Like You

    3:24

    From LP ''Healing Feeling'' 1989 [Black Top Records ‎– BT-1053, USA]
    Vocals – James Thunderbird Davis
    Guitar – Ronnie Earl
    Guitar, Vocals – Hubert Sumlin
    Bass – Steve Gomes
    Harmonica, Vocals – Darrell Nulisch
    Organ, Piano – Richard Dickie Reed
    Saxophone [Tenor] – Mark Kaz Kazanoff
    Drums – Per Hanson

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    James Hilman - Hook On Ur Luv

    3:52

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    Harry James - Sleepy Time Gal

    2:01

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    HUBERT SUMLIN - Come Back Little Girl

    4:35

    From LP ''Healing Feeling'' 1989 [Black Top Records ‎– BT-1053, USA]
    Vocals – James Thunderbird Davis
    Guitar – Ronnie Earl
    Guitar, Vocals – Hubert Sumlin
    Bass – Steve Gomes
    Harmonica, Vocals – Darrell Nulisch
    Organ, Piano – Richard Dickie Reed
    Saxophone [Tenor] – Mark Kaz Kazanoff
    Drums – Per Hanson

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    Shaker Suite arranged by Rayburn Wright/edited by Mark Davis Scatterday

    9:54

    To purchase or for more info go to
    Canadian Brass Concert Band - Grade 5
    Legendary composer, arranger, and author Rayburn Wright is responsible for initiating the storied jazz program at the Eastman School of Music, and was also a composer for film and television. His masterful setting of Shaker melodies includes the familiar Simple Gifts, along with The Happy Journey and I've Set My Face for Zion's Kingdom. Used to feature a separate brass quintet or with members within an ensemble's brass section, this is truly a memorable setting adapted by current Eastman Wind Ensemble conductor Mark Davis Scatterday.
    Recorded by the Canadian Brass and the Eastman Wind Ensemble on Manhattan Music (OD 7368) – Mark Davis Scatterday, conductor
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    HUBERT SUMLIN - I Dont Want No Woman

    3:26

    From LP ''Healing Feeling'' 1989 [Black Top Records ‎– BT-1053, USA]
    Vocals – James Thunderbird Davis
    Guitar – Ronnie Earl
    Guitar, Vocals – Hubert Sumlin
    Bass – Steve Gomes
    Harmonica, Vocals – Darrell Nulisch
    Organ, Piano – Richard Dickie Reed
    Saxophone [Tenor] – Mark Kaz Kazanoff
    Drums – Per Hanson

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    Ray Anthony & His Orchestra - Greatest HIts

    1:3:43

    TRACKLIST
    01- Bunny Hop 00:11
    02- The Hokey Pokey 03:06
    03- Peter Gunn 06:22
    04- In The Mood 08:11
    05- Just A Moment More 11:16
    06- Adios 13:41
    07- As Time Goes By 16:25
    08- O Mein Papa Oh! My Papa 19:35
    09- Hurricane Anthony 22:18
    10- Blue Velvet 24:16
    11- Dragnet 27:44
    12- Flying Home 30:35
    13- Idaho 37:12
    14- How High the Moon 39:38
    15- Night Train 45:11
    16- Thunderbird 50:13
    17- My Truly, Truly Fair 52:47
    18- Santa Lucia 55:20
    19- You're Driving Me Crazy 57:48
    20- A String of Pearls 01:00:53


    Ray Anthony & His Orchestra - Greatest HIts (FULL ALBUM)
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    Ray Anthony (born January 20, 1922) is an American bandleader, trumpeter, songwriter and actor. He is the last surviving member of the Glenn Miller Orchestra.

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    Thunderbird

    6:54

    Provided to YouTube by Rhino/Warner Records

    Thunderbird · Rod Stewart

    The Rod Stewart Sessions 1971-1998

    ℗ 2009 WEA Records B.V.

    Drums, Percussion: Al Jackson Jr.
    Keyboards: Albhy Galuten
    Saxophone: Andrew Love
    Keyboards: Barry Beckett
    Bass Guitar: Bob Glaub
    Backing Vocals: Bob Singers
    Assistant Engineer: Burt Szerlip
    Backing Vocals: Cindy Singers
    Assistant Engineer: Dan Augustino
    Bass Guitar: David Hood
    Mandolin, Violin: David Lindley
    Bass Guitar: Donald Duck Dunn
    Saxophone: Ed Logan
    Guitar: Fred Tackett
    Engineer: Gabby Garcia
    Trombone: Jack Hale
    Trombone: Jack Hale, Sr.
    Saxophone: James Mitchell
    Engineer: Jerry Masters
    Guitar: Jesse Ed Davis
    Guitar: Jimmy Johnson
    Bass Guitar: Lee Sklar
    Drums, Percussion: Nigel Olsson
    Engineer: Patrick Kraus
    Guitar: Pete Carr
    Engineer: Rich Blakin
    Lead Vocals: Rod Stewart
    Drums, Percussion: Roger Hawkins
    Horn: Roger Hopps
    Guitar: Steve Cropper
    Assistant Engineer: Steve Gursky
    Engineer: Steve Melton
    Backing Vocals: The Clappers
    Backing Vocals: The Pets
    Producer: Tom Dowd
    Saxophone: Tom McGinley
    Trumpet: Wayne Jackson
    Drums, Percussion: Willie Correa
    Engineer: Willie Mitchell
    Writer: Rod Stewart

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

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    Thunderbird Wine - Pete Big Dog Fetters

    4:02

    Music Video - Thunderbird Wine written and recorded by Pete 'Big Dog' Fetters

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    Thunderbird

    2:55

    Provided to YouTube by CDBaby

    Thunderbird · the toughcats

    piñata

    ℗ 2006 joseph robert nelson, colin jason gulley & jacob james greenlaw

    Released on: 2006-01-01

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

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    HUBERT SUMLIN - I Dont Want To Hear About Your

    3:30

    From LP ''Healing Feeling'' 1989 [Black Top Records ‎– BT-1053, USA]
    Vocals – James Thunderbird Davis
    Guitar – Ronnie Earl
    Guitar, Vocals – Hubert Sumlin
    Bass – Steve Gomes
    Harmonica, Vocals – Darrell Nulisch
    Organ, Piano – Richard Dickie Reed
    Saxophone [Tenor] – Mark Kaz Kazanoff
    Drums – Per Hanson

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    Little Walter - 50 LITTLE WALTER FAMOUS SONGS - Best of Blues Music Playlist

    2:21:30

    50 LITTLE WALTER FAMOUS SONGS - Best of Blues Music Playlist

    1. My Babe 00:00
    2. Last Night 02:42
    3. Juke 05:56
    4. I Got to Find My Baby 08:11
    5. Tell Me Mama 11:19
    6. Off the Wall 14:05
    7. Nobody But You 16:55
    8. Fast Large One 19:02
    9. I Love You So (Oh Baby) 21:53
    10. Fast Boogie 24:27
    11. Blue Midnight 27:15
    12. Can't Hold Out Much Longer 30:15
    13. Blues With Feeling 33:16
    14. You're So Fine 36:23
    15. Evans Shuffle 39:29
    16. Thunderbird 41:43
    17. Roller Coaster 44:31
    18. Ah'w Baby 47:25
    19. I've Had My Fun 50:19
    20. I Got to Go 52:33
    21. Boom, Boom Out Goes the Light 55:15
    22. It Ain't Right 58:07
    23. Boogie 01:01:01
    24. Mean Old World 01:04:03
    25. Rocker 01:06:58
    26. Too Late 01:10:06
    27. Confessin' the Blues 01:12:48
    28. Blue Light 01:15:51
    29. Mercy Babe (My Babe) 01:19:07
    30. Driftin' 01:22:26
    31. Lights Out 01:25:38
    32. Hate to See You Go 01:28:24
    33. Temperature 01:31:30
    34. Rock Bottom 01:33:45
    35. Carzy Mixed Up World 01:36:16
    36. Back Track 01:38:18
    37. Chicken Shack 01:41:07
    38. Just for Your Fool 01:43:55
    39. one of These Mornings 01:46:19
    40. Key to the Highway 01:49:16
    41. It's too Late Brother 01:52:03
    42. Little Girl 01:54:46
    43. Can't Stop Lovin' You 01:57:53
    44. Mellow Down Easy 02:00:42
    45. Last Boogie 02:03:25
    46. You Better Wahts Yourself 02:05:58
    47. My Kind Of Baby 02:09:03
    48. Tonight with a Fool 02:12:11
    49. Don't Have to Hunt No More 02:15:04
    50. Crazy Legs 02:18:06

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    JAMES DAVIS-Sing.wmv

    2:56

    JAMES DAVIS- Sing (1963)
    Duke 368
    (Flip side of Blue Monday)
    FIRST TIME ON YOU TUBE

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    Toledo - Beat Up Thunderbird.wmv

    6:53

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    The Troggs - THE ORIGINS

    31:39

    TRACKLIST
    01- I just sing 00:11
    02- From Home 02:23
    03- Evil 04:51
    04- Jingle Jangle 08:03
    05- Louie Louie 10:33
    06- Our Love Will Still be There 13:38
    07- The Kitty Cat Song 16:47
    08- When I'm With You 18:58
    09‎– Jaguar And Thunderbird 21:23
    10- Hi Hi Hazel 23:47
    11- Ride your pony 26:35
    12-Wild Thing 28:58


    The Troggs - THE ORIGINS (FULL ALBUM)
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    The Troggs (originally called The Troglodytes) are an English rock band formed in Andover, Hampshire in 1964. They had a number of hits in the United Kingdom and the United States. Their most famous songs include the US chart-toppers Wild Thing, With a Girl Like You and Love Is All Around, all of which sold over 1 million copies and were awarded gold discs.Wild Thing is ranked #257 on the Rolling Stone magazine's list of The 500 Greatest Songs of All Time and was an influence on garage rock and punk rock.

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    Luther Guitar Jr Johnson and Ron Levy Doin the Sugar Too

    4:01

    Funky little groove written by Jr. from 1983 when we toured together

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    Dave Throckmorton Trio - Awaken - 4.18.15 - James Street, Pittsburgh, PA

    12:02

    Chris Parker - guitar
    Tony Grey - bass
    Dave Throckmorton - drums

    4.19.15
    James Street Gastropub & Speakeasy
    Pittsburgh, PA

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    James Davis - Your Turn To Cry

    3:04

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    Bud Grant, Bud Grants grunt

    2:21

    I do not own the copyrights to this recordings, so if it needs to be removed, I will remove it.

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    Book Binder Rag

    1:47

    This tune is inspired by a lesson on ragtime guitar by Roy Bookbinder.

    Roy Book Binder (born October 5, 1943) is an American blues guitarist, singer-songwriter and storyteller.[1] A student and friend of the Rev. Gary Davis, he is equally at home with blues and ragtime. He is known to shift from open tunings to slide arrangements to original compositions, with both traditional and self-styled licks. His storytelling is another characteristic that makes his style unique.

    Book Binder was born in Queens, New York.[1] Upon graduation from high school, he joined the Navy and undertook a tour of duty in Europe. He bought his first guitar at a military base in Italy. After completing his enlistment, he returned to New York, where he met and became friends with his guitar hero, Dave Van Ronk. Book Binder soon sought out Davis, who also lived in New York, and became his student and later his chauffeur and tour companion.[1] Much of Book Binder's original material is based on his time on the road with Davis.

    By the mid- to late 1960s Book Binder was recording for both Kicking Mule and Blue Goose Records.[1] In 1969, he toured England with Arthur Big Boy Crudup and Homesick James.

    After meeting another of his musical influences, the bluesman Pink Anderson, Book Binder released his first album, Travelin' Man, on Adelphi.[1] The album was named after one of the songs he learned from Anderson.

    In 1973 he began a partnership with the fiddler Fats Kaplin, and they recorded Git Fiddle Shuffle in 1973.[1] They performed together for three years, playing numerous concerts and recording a second album, Ragtime Millionaire, in 1977. After this partnership dissolved, Book Binder began touring the country, living in a motor home, and concentrating on live performances.[1]

    Book Binder has been described as a guitar-picking hillbilly bluesman. He has released 12 albums and has performed at most major blues and folk festivals in the U.S. and Europe, including Merlefest. Notables that have shared the stage with Book Binder include Bonnie Raitt, B.B. King, John Jackson, Sonny Terry, Doc Watson, Ray Charles, and Brownie McGhee. He has appeared regularly on Nashville Now. He is listed in Blues Who's Who, by the music historian Sheldon Harris.

    Book Binder is a veteran guitar instructor and teaches at the Fur Peace Ranch with Jorma Kaukonen and others whose lives have been influenced by Davis. There he demonstrates songs, turnarounds, chord variations, right-hand methods, and many of his own powerful adaptations and unique approaches to the blues.

    Book Binder's album Hillbilly Blues Cats (Rounder) was named as one of the ten most essential acoustic guitar albums of 1992. The 1992 category winners also included Eric Clapton's Unplugged, Lyle Lovett's Joshua Judges Ruth and Neil Young's Harvest Moon.

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