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Playlist of Jesse 'Ed' Davis

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  • Jesse Ed Davis - White Line Fever

    3:08

    Jesse Ed Davis - White Line Fever - 1972 album - Ululu

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  • Jesse Ed Davis Rock & Roll Gypsy/Big Dipper

    5:56

    Couple of Jesse Ed Davis songs I listen to regularly.

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  • JESSE “ED” DAVIS INTERVIEW

    14:57

    JESSE “ED” DAVIS INTERVIEW

    KEEP ME COMIN’

  • HARRISON,DYLAN,FOGERTHY,JESSE ED DAVIS,TAJ MAHAL Y AMIGOS 1 de 2.

    15:18

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    PALOMINO CLUB.1987
    VIDEOS DE YOU TUBE , RETOKADOS.

    Live at the Palomino Club, North Hollywood on 19 Feb 1987. In the Spring of 1987, The Graffiti Band performed with Taj Mahal at the Palomino Club in Hollywood. At this show, George Harrison, Bob Dylan and John Fogerty rose from the audience to join Davis and Taj Mahal in an unrehearsed set which included Fogerty's Proud Mary (played live for the 1st time since CCR per Bob Dylan's request), Dylan's Watching the River Flow , and other classic rock n roll including Blue Suede Shoes, Peggy Sue, Honey Don't, Matchbox, and Gone, Gone, Gone. This is Part 1. Bootleg cds/VHS/DVDs exist, but no official recordings were made as this was not a formal concert, and not publicized.
    LINEUP:
    George Harrison, Bob Dylan, Mark Shark, , Bobby Tsukamoto, Gary Ray, John Fogerty Jesse Ed Davis, & Taj Mahal

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  • Taj Mahal - Aint That A Lot Of Love

    3:51

    Taj Mahal performing “Ain't That A Lot Of Love” from The Rolling Stones Rock and Roll Circus.

    Film & soundtrack out now:


    Recorded before a live audience in London in 1968, The Rolling Stones Rock and Roll Circus was originally conceived as a BBC-TV special. Directed by Michael Lindsay-Hogg, it centers on the original line up of The Rolling Stones -- Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Brian Jones, Charlie Watts, Bill Wyman (with Nicky Hopkins and Rocky Dijon) -- who serve as both the show’s hosts and featured attraction. For the first time in front of an audience, “The World’s Greatest Rock and Roll Band” performs six Stones classics. The program also includes extraordinary performances by The Who, Jethro Tull, Taj Mahal, Marianne Faithfull, Yoko Ono, and The Dirty Mac. A ‘supergroup’ before the term had even been coined, the band was comprised of Eric Clapton (lead guitar), Keith Richards (bass), Mitch Mitchell of The Jimi Hendrix Experience (drums) and John Lennon on guitar and vocals.

    The Limited Deluxe Edition includes the film on Blu-Ray and DVD, plus the 2CD expanded soundtrack, and a perfect-bound 44-page book with custom foldout gatefold design. The book also includes David Dalton’s original 1969 Rolling Stone essay and on-set photographs by Mike Randolf. The Rolling Stones Rock and Roll Circus soundtrack has been expanded to 28 tracks, received a new mix and 192k 24 bit HD restoration. Bonus material included by the late concert pianist Julius Katchen, three additional songs by Taj Mahal and never before heard recordings of The Dirty Mac performing The Beatles classic, “Revolution” and the aptly titled track Warmup Jam.” Released for the first time on Vinyl as a 3 LP package, the remixed and remastered soundtrack will also be available on CD and all digital music services.

    © 2019 ABKCO Music & Records
    Music video by Taj Mahal performing Ain't That A Lot Of Love. © 2019 ABKCO Music & Records

  • Jesse Ed Davis - Bacon Fat

    4:31

    Jesse Ed Davis
    from Keep Me Comin (1973)

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  • Doctor My Eyes

    3:21

    Provided to YouTube by Elektra Records

    Doctor My Eyes (1997 Remaster) · Jackson Browne

    The Next Voice You Hear - The Best Of Jackson Browne

    ℗ 1971 Asylum Records for the United States and WEA International for the world outside of the United States.

    Viola: David Campbell
    Harmony Vocals: David Crosby
    Harmony Vocals: Graham Nash
    Mastering Engineer: Greg Ladanyi
    Acoustic Guitar: Jackson Browne
    Piano: Jackson Browne
    Lead Vocals: Jackson Browne
    Electric Guitar: Jessie Davis
    Harmonica: Jim Fadden
    Organ: Jim Gordon
    Bass Guitar: Leland Sklar
    Engineer, Producer: Richard Sanford Orshoff
    Congas, Drums: Russell Kunkel
    Writer: Jackson Browne

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Jackson Browne - Doctor My Eyes

    3:18

    Funny How a song can mean different things to you at different periods in your life. Enjoy..
    Jesse Ed Davis played the guitar fills and solo, while David Crosby and Graham Nash sang backing vocals

    Doctor, my eyes have seen the years
    And the slow parade of fears without crying
    Now I want to understand
    I have done all that I could
    To see the evil and the good without hiding
    You must help me if you can
    Doctor, my eyes
    Tell me what is wrong
    Was I unwise to leave them open for so long
    'Cause I have wandered through this world
    And as each moment has unfurled
    I've been waiting to awaken from these dreams
    People go just where there will
    I never noticed them until I got this feeling
    That it's later than it seems
    Doctor, my eyes
    Tell me what you see
    I hear their cries
    Just say if it's too late for me
    Doctor, my eyes
    Cannot see the sky
    Is this the prize for having learned how not to cry

  • BACK TO PARADISE: JESSE AYCOCK - Tulsa County - Official Video

    3:39

    JESSE AYCOCK - Tulsa County (Jesse Ed Davis) - Official Video from the album Back To Paradise: A Tulsa Tribute to Okie Music. Release date 08.28.20 on Horton Records. Jesse Aycock - acoustic guitar/vocals/pedal steel, John Fullbright - keys, Paul Benjaman - guitar, Paddy Ryan - drums, Aaron Boehler - bass, Dustin Pittsley - guitar, Jake Lynn - backing vocals. Video by Jesse Aycock. Shot in Tulsa, OK.

    ORDER HERE:

    This song was written by Pamela Polland during her time with Leon Russell and Joe Cocker’s Mad Dogs & Englishmen tour. It was released in 1970 by Jesse Ed Davis on his self-titled debut album on Atco Records. Davis was a Native American guitarist and a highly regarded session musician, appearing on multiple releases from luminaries such as Taj Mahal, George Harrison, Eric Clapton and John Lennon.

    MORE ABOUT THIS PROJECT:

    In February 2020, a group of Tulsa musicians traveled to Leon Russell’s famed Paradise Studio at Grand Lake to record the first album tracked there since 1978. Tulsan Rick Huskey has spent the last 30 years preserving and restoring the space, honoring its history while preparing for a new chapter. The narrow, winding road one must travel to reach the compound provided time for reflection. Some of the biggest names in the history of music traveled the same path years before. That realization was both inspiring and daunting. Entering the studio for the first time, the musicians were awestruck. Decades later, the vibe is still alive. Seventeen tracks were recorded over the course of four days – mostly live, with very few overdubs. While there was a core group of players throughout the session, a grand total of 20 Tulsa musicians participated in the recording. The Oklahoma songs chosen for the album represent the famous to the obscure, and everything in-between. This recording honors those who came before and made it possible for Tulsa musicians to have an identity and a music scene today. Thank you to Leon for blazing a trail and building this lake palace. Thank you to all of the Oklahoma musicians over the years who have been role models through their authenticity and spirit of community. This record is dedicated to them. Back To Paradise: A Tulsa Tribute to Okie Music.

    Produced by Jason Weinheimer and Them Tulsa Boys
    Recorded at Paradise Studio at Grand Lake
    Engineered by Jason Weinheimer and Zachariah Reeves
    Mixed by Jason Weinheimer
    All tracks mastered by Ryan Foster at Foster Mastering
    Illustration by Paddy Ryan
    Design and layout by Steve Hammons
    Photos by Phil Clarkin, Greg Bollinger, and Jesse Aycock

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  • Every Night Is Saturday Night.... Jesse Ed Davis

    7:17

    a true master

  • Painted Fire - Gene Clark and Jesse Ed Davis

    4:14

    Gene Clark & Jesse Ed Davis get cookin' on this rock n' roll song written by Gene.

    McCabe’s Guitar Shop
    Santa Monica, CA
    April, 1980

  • HARRISON,DYLAN,FOGERTHY,JESSE ED DAVIS,TAJ MAHAL Y AMIGOS 2 de 2.

    13:34

    Publicado el 05/01/2013

    4FabBEATLES
    PALOMINO CLUB.1987
    VIDEOS DE YOU TUBE , RETOKADOS.

    Live at the Palomino Club, North Hollywood on 19 Feb 1987. In the Spring of 1987, The Graffiti Band performed with Taj Mahal at the Palomino Club in Hollywood. At this show, George Harrison, Bob Dylan and John Fogerty rose from the audience to join Davis and Taj Mahal in an unrehearsed set which included Fogerty's Proud Mary (played live for the 1st time since CCR per Bob Dylan's request), Dylan's Watching the River Flow , and other classic rock n roll including Blue Suede Shoes, Peggy Sue, Honey Don't, Matchbox, and Gone, Gone, Gone. This is Part 1. Bootleg cds/VHS/DVDs exist, but no official recordings were made as this was not a formal concert, and not publicized.
    LINEUP:
    George Harrison, Bob Dylan, Mark Shark, , Bobby Tsukamoto, Gary Ray, John Fogerty Jesse Ed Davis, & Taj Mahal Categoría Música Licencia Licencia de YouTube estándar

  • John Trudell & Jesse Ed Davis Lavenders Blues

    3:38

    from the CD, aka GRAFITTI MAN - JT/JED (1986): Poetry & spoken words, John Trudell; Music, guitar & keyboards, Jesse Ed Davis; fender bass & electronic programs, Rick Eckstein.

  • White Line Fever

    3:08

    Provided to YouTube by Rhino Atlantic

    White Line Fever · Jesse Davis

    Ululu

    ℗ 1972 Atlantic Recording Corp.

    Engineer: Baker Bigsby
    Bass: Donald 'Duck' Dunn
    Guitar, Producer, Vocals: Jesse Ed Davis
    Drums: Jim Keltner
    Piano: Leon Russell
    Arranger: Jesse Ed Davis
    Writer: Merle Haggard

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • John Lennon - Nobody Loves You RECORD PLANT REHEARSAL

    5:16

    Track taken from:
    John Lennon - Listen To This (1974) (Vigotone VT-175/176/177)
    The sessions featured the following musicians:

    John Lennon - Vocals and Guitar
    Elton John - Lead Vocal
    Jim Keltner - Drums
    Jesse Ed Davis - Guitar
    Eddie Mottau - Acoustic Guitar
    Ken Ascher - Keyboards
    Nicky Hopkins - Piano
    Klaus Voorman - Bass
    Arthur Jenkins - Percussion

    Horns by - The Little Big Horns
    (Bobby Keys, Steve Madaio, Howard Johnson, Ron Aprea, Frank Vicari)

    Backing vocals by - The 44th Street Fairies
    (May Pang, Lori Burton, Joey Dambra and John Lennon)

    This rehearsal was recorded at RECORD PLANT (13TH JULY 1974).

    Enjoy!

  • Taj Majal - Statesboro Blues - 1968

    3:03

    From Duane Allman Website;



    August 21, 1967: Recording session for Taj Mahal's first album 'Taj Mahal'. Jesse Ed Davis plays electric slide guitar on 'Statesboro Blues'.

    I had never really played bottleneck before that, Davis explained in Guitar Player, and so for that recording I just put a steel tube on my finger and worked up a line. I just played it in regular tuning. I didn’t know about open tunings until I saw Muddy Waters play at the Whisky in Los Angeles some time after that.

    (Steven Rosen: 'Jesse Ed Davis', Guitar Player magazine, March 1974)


    1968; Taj Mahal's first album is released. (NOTE) (DETAILS)
    Jesse Ed Davis plays electric slide guitar on 'Statesboro Blues'.

    In 1970 The Allman Brothers Band recorded Statesboro Blues during the recording sessions for their Idlewild South album, but that track was not released until 1989 on the Dreams box set.
    They recorded a live version of the song in March 1971 for their At Fillmore East album.

  • Washita Love Child

    3:50

    Provided to YouTube by Rhino Atlantic

    Washita Love Child (with Eric Clapton) · Jesse Davis · Eric Clapton

    Jesse Davis!

    ℗ 1971 Atlantic Recording Corp.

    Vocals: Eric Clapton
    Performance: Eric Clapton
    Featured Vocalist: Jesse Davis
    Performance: Jesse Davis
    Writer: Jesse Davis

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Jesse Ed Davis - Keep Me Comin

    3:59

    Jesse Ed Davis

  • Jesse Ed Davis/1973 CIVIC AUDITORIUM, SANTA MONICA, California, U.S.A.

    32:39

    Jesse Ed Davis .... 1973
    CIVIC AUDITORIUM, SANTA MONICA, California, U.S.A.

    jesse ed davis - guitar, vocals
    ray eckstein - keyboards, vocals
    gary ray - drums
    bob glaub - bass
    jerry jummonville - sax

    1. BACON FAT (fades in)
    2. CHING CHING CHING BOY
    3. RENO STREET INCIDENT
    4. SUE ME, SUE YOU BLUES
    5. NATURAL ANTHEM
    6. IT HURTS ME TOO
    7. ROLL OVER BEETHOVEN

    #Jesse Ed Davis
    #george harrison
    #beatles
    #john lennon

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  • Taj Mahal feat. JESSE ED DAVIS Fillmore West ,27-29 November 1969

    50:30

    Taj Mahal
    Fillmore West
    27-29 November 1969 (1/2)
    San Francisco, CA
    VG audience recording

    Mastering: None, essentially. Recordings were indexed on sector boundaries. Start and end of
    each part (and the two tape side changes) were faded in and out over several hundred samples
    or so, not enough to really notice but just to avoid digital clicks from sudden starts and stops.

    Track listing:

    Disc 1 / Part 1 (49:09):
    01. Unknown (instrumental) 5:56
    02. Divin' Duck Blues 2:27
    03. E Z Rider 3:27
    04. Going up to the Country and Paint My Mailbox Blue 3:22
    05. Six Days on the Road 2:58
    06. You're Gonna Need Somebody on Your Bond 4:39
    07. The Cuckoo 7:36
    08. Statesboro Blues 2:39
    09. Ain't That a Lot of Love 3:48
    10. unknown [start cut, tape side change] 1:05
    11. She Caught the Katy (and Left Me a Mule to Ride) 3:28

    ●SHOWの後半はこちら。
    Taj Mahal feat. JESSE ED DAVIS Fillmore West ,27-29 November 1969 (2/2)


    ●taper's memo:

    The Taj recording is likely from the same night as the Kinks recording; the two were taped
    by the same taper on the same reels. Here are some notes and background:

    Some years ago i received a box of master reels to transfer, all recorded in the S.F. area
    in 1969 and 1970, and including a variety of artists. I think most of these are in
    circulation, how widely i don't know. They were all recorded by the same taper, and these
    were the original reels. Most were 5-inch spools but a few of the earliest recordings were
    on 3.25-inch spools. The taper re-used tapes frequently, often recording over older shows.
    Sometimes recordings were made on both sides of the tape (mono, although recorded on both
    channels) and later a single channel of each side was re-used for a new one-channel recording.
    Tape box and reel labels often referred to older recordings that no longer existed, and even
    the accurate listings often gave no dates or venues. So there's uncertainty for many of these
    regarding exact date/venue.

    This Taj Mahal recording shares tape with The Kinks show mentioned above. It is in two parts,
    one on each tape, just as the Kinks recording is. Here is how the parts lay out on the tapes:

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    tape 1 side 1: Taj part 1 (minus last two songs)
    tape 1 side 2: Taj part 1 (last two songs) + Kinks part 1

    tape 2 side 1: Kinks part 2 + Taj part 2 (first half)
    tape 2 side 2: Taj part 2 (second half)

    It's interesting that there is no incompleteness where one band ends and the other begins.
    Usually when there was a tape-over, the newer recording ends and we pick up in the middle of
    the previous recording, usually in the middle of a song. But where the Kinks part 2 ends on
    tape 2, the Taj recording picks up as if it followed the Kinks performance.

    Bill Graham was sometimes creative in the format of his shows; sometimes one headliner would perform,
    then the other one, then the first one again. Perhaps it's possible that this night had Taj, then the Kinks,
    then Taj again. There are no songs in common between the two parts, also indicating they may come from the
    same night. But some other possibility could be the right one, including that the second part is from
    an unrelated, different show. The second part has more distant vocals, thus if it is from the same
    night, the taper must have changed location before recording the second part.

    I'm not a tremendously dedicated Taj Mahal fan, so there are several song i can't ID. If anyone
    can add these song titles i'd be grateful.

    ●Jesse Ed Davis / Ching ching china boy (Santa Monica73)

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  • Walter Trout - Regarding Jesse Edwin Davis III - musicUcansee.com

    5:44

    In the studio with Walter Trout.

    Walter Trout talks about his friend Jesse Ed Davis.
    Cam/edit: CJ Reagan musicUcansee.com

  • Taj Mahal with Jesse Ed Davis on slide...Statesboro Blues...Live at Fillmore West, November 1969...

    3:34

    Enjoy!
    Bruce Harvie

  • JESSE ED DAVIS - TULSA COUNTY

    2:22

    ミュージシャンズ・ミュージシャンの名ギタリスト、スワンプ・ロックの傑作と知られる70年作1st

  • TAJ MAHAL Everybody Got To Change Sometime 1968

    2:55

  • John Lennon - Stand By Me © 1974

    3:40

    Written by: King-Leiber-Stoller
    Recorded: 21-25 October 1974
    Producer: John Lennon
    Released: 21 February 1975 (UK), 17 February 1975 (US)

    John Lennon: vocals, acoustic guitar
    Jesse Ed Davis, Peter Jameson: electric guitar
    Eddie Mottau: acoustic guitar
    Ken Ascher: piano
    Klaus Voormann: bass guitar
    Joseph Temperley, Frank Vicari: saxophone
    Dennis Morouse: tenor saxophone
    Jim Keltner: drums
    Arthur Jenkins: percussion

  • Six Days / Jesse Ed Davis Guitar lesson

    9:07

    I know you'll enjoy this window into the world of Jesse Ed's style; a style that inspired so many. He's my #1 guitar hero. Let me know what you think...

  • Jesse Ed Davis - Crazy Love

    3:45

    Jesse Ed Davis - Crazy Love

  • jesse ed davis - strawberry wine

    2:20

    Jesse Ed Davis - Strawberry Wine

  • Farther on Down the Road

    3:14

    Provided to YouTube by Rhino Atlantic

    Farther on Down the Road (You Will Accompany Me) · Jesse Davis

    Ululu

    ℗ 1972 Atlantic Recording Corp.

    Writer: DAVIS
    Writer: Mahal

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Red Dirt Boogie Brother - Jesse Ed Davis

    3:45

    One of My favorite songs from Jesse

  • John Trudell & Jesse Ed Davis Silent Lightning

    2:41

    John Trudell and Jesse Ed Davis - Silent Lightning

  • Jesse Ed Davis - Every Night Is Saturday Night

    7:16

    Jesse Ed Davis
    from Jesse Davis (1970)

  • Jesse Ed Davis - Reno Street Incident

    4:12

    Jesse Ed Davis
    from Jesse Davis (1970)

  • Taj Mahal feat. JESSE ED DAVIS Fillmore West ,27-29 November 1969

    50:30

    Taj Mahal
    Fillmore West
    27-29 November 1969 (2/2)
    San Francisco, CA
    VG audience recording

    Mastering: None, essentially. Recordings were indexed on sector boundaries. Start and end of
    each part (and the two tape side changes) were faded in and out over several hundred samples
    or so, not enough to really notice but just to avoid digital clicks from sudden starts and stops.

    Track listing:

    Disc 2 / Part 2 :

    01. I Ain't Gonna Let Nobody Steal My Jellyroll 3:13
    02. Done Changed My Way of Living 6:07
    03. Take a Giant Step 4:24
    04. Checkin' up on My Baby 5:19
    05. Farther on down the Road 6:14
    06. unknown shuffle [start cut, tape side change] 2:17
    07. You Don't Love Me 4:03
    08. Keep Your Hands off Her 2:29
    09. Bacon Fat 6:55
    10. Corinna 7:32

    ●SHOWの前半はこちら。
    Taj Mahal feat. JESSE ED DAVIS Fillmore West ,27-29 November 1969 (1/2)


    ●taper's memo:

    The Taj recording is likely from the same night as the Kinks recording; the two were taped
    by the same taper on the same reels. Here are some notes and background:

    Some years ago i received a box of master reels to transfer, all recorded in the S.F. area
    in 1969 and 1970, and including a variety of artists. I think most of these are in
    circulation, how widely i don't know. They were all recorded by the same taper, and these
    were the original reels. Most were 5-inch spools but a few of the earliest recordings were
    on 3.25-inch spools. The taper re-used tapes frequently, often recording over older shows.
    Sometimes recordings were made on both sides of the tape (mono, although recorded on both
    channels) and later a single channel of each side was re-used for a new one-channel recording.
    Tape box and reel labels often referred to older recordings that no longer existed, and even
    the accurate listings often gave no dates or venues. So there's uncertainty for many of these
    regarding exact date/venue.

    This Taj Mahal recording shares tape with The Kinks show mentioned above. It is in two parts,
    one on each tape, just as the Kinks recording is. Here is how the parts lay out on the tapes:

    tape 1 side 1: Taj part 1 (minus last two songs)
    tape 1 side 2: Taj part 1 (last two songs) + Kinks part 1

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    tape 2 side 1: Kinks part 2 + Taj part 2 (first half)
    tape 2 side 2: Taj part 2 (second half)

    It's interesting that there is no incompleteness where one band ends and the other begins.
    Usually when there was a tape-over, the newer recording ends and we pick up in the middle of
    the previous recording, usually in the middle of a song. But where the Kinks part 2 ends on
    tape 2, the Taj recording picks up as if it followed the Kinks performance.

    Bill Graham was sometimes creative in the format of his shows; sometimes one headliner would perform,
    then the other one, then the first one again. Perhaps it's possible that this night had Taj, then the Kinks,
    then Taj again. There are no songs in common between the two parts, also indicating they may come from the
    same night. But some other possibility could be the right one, including that the second part is from
    an unrelated, different show. The second part has more distant vocals, thus if it is from the same
    night, the taper must have changed location before recording the second part.

    I'm not a tremendously dedicated Taj Mahal fan, so there are several song i can't ID. If anyone
    can add these song titles i'd be grateful.

    ●Jesse Ed Davis / Ching ching china boy (Santa Monica73)


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  • Taj Mahal - Checkin Up On My Baby

    52

    Taj Mahal (1968)
    The Rolling Stones Rock and Roll Circus (1968)

  • Alcatraz

    3:12

    Provided to YouTube by Rhino Atlantic

    Alcatraz · Jesse Davis

    Ululu

    ℗ 1972 Atlantic Recording Corp.

    Writer: Russell

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Jesse Ed Davis - Shes A Pain

    2:53

    Jesse Ed Davis
    from Keep Me Comin (1973)

  • Jesse Ed Davis - Santa Claus Is Getting Down

    3:56

    from Winter Warnerland promo only holiday compilation from 1988

  • Kirk Fletcher - Natural Anthem - Live Tourcoing - 27/04/2017

    7:35

    @ Maison Folie Hospice D'Havré
    Dans le cadre de Tourcoing Jazz

  • Taj Mahal, Jesse Ed Davis & Ry Cooder, on Adventures in Plasticland, CKWR Ontario, Canada 4-13-19

    13:24

    Stan Hilborn's Adventures in Plasticland radio show on CKWR 98.5 Waterloo Community Radio in Ontario, Canada, 4/13/19

    Taj Mahal w/ Jesse Ed Davies and Ry Cooder

  • Jesse Ed Davis - Tulsa County

    2:23

    Jesse Ed Davis
    from Jesse Davis (1970)

  • Jesse Ed Davis - Ululu

    3:49

    I uploaded this video 'cus I was addicted to this song and unable to find it here (at that time). Great song, great guy.

  • Jackson Browne / Doctor My Eyes Alternate Mix

    3:16

    (Jackson Browne)

    This remix version was made for the single Everywhere I Go, 1994.

    The wonderful lead guitar is Jesse Ed Davis.

  • Jesse Ed Davis - Who Pulled The Plug?

    5:02

    Jesse Ed Davis - Who Pulled The Plug?
    from 1973 - Keep Me Comin'

  • Jesse Ed Davis - Big Dipper

    1:43

    Jesse Ed Davis
    from Keep Me Comin (1973)

  • Jesse Ed Davis Interview

    14:23

    Provided to YouTube by Sony Music Entertainment

    Jesse Ed Davis Interview · Jesse Edwin Davis

    Keep Me Comin' (Bonus Track)

    ℗ 1973 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT

    Composer, Lyricist: Spoken Word

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Jesse Ed Davis - Oh Susannah

    2:50

    Jesse Ed Davis - Oh Susannah -
    from the 1972 album Ululu

  • Tribute to Jesse Ed Davis

    7:46

    Forgive the poor picture resolution and groove instead on Jesse's soulful, funky licks. A sampling of some of his best solos, some rare, some not so rare. Enjoy

  • Every Night Is a Saturday Night

    7:15

    Provided to YouTube by Rhino Atlantic

    Every Night Is a Saturday Night · Jesse Davis

    Jesse Davis!

    ℗ 1982 Atlantic Recording Corp.

    Writer: DAVIS

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Jesse Ed Davis and Bobby Jameson Work Track Mary Please Forgive Me

    2:34

    Video of Bobby Jameson and Jesse Ed davis working on Mary Please Forgive Me. Recorded at the same time as Junkie Jesus and Jesus Was An Outlaw Too. Bob Glaub bass and Jimmy Karstein drums are isolated out of this recording at Jesse's request so he could work on a guitar overdub with himself and vocal only. Recorded in 1970-71 time frame. Produced by Gavin Murrell, Bobby Jameson, and Kirby Johnson. Arranged by Jesse Ed Davis.

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