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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

  • JESSE “ED” DAVIS INTERVIEW

    14:57

    JESSE “ED” DAVIS INTERVIEW

    KEEP ME COMIN’

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  • Jesse Ed Davis Rock & Roll Gypsy/Big Dipper

    5:56

    Couple of Jesse Ed Davis songs I listen to regularly.

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

    15:18

    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

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    Música
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  • 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.

  • 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

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  • 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

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

    7:17

    a true master

  • Jesse Ed Davis - Crazy Love

    3:45

    Jesse Ed Davis - Crazy Love

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  • 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

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  • Where Am I Now

    3:14

    Provided to YouTube by Sony Music Entertainment

    Where Am I Now (When I Need Me) · Jesse Edwin Davis

    Keep Me Comin' (Bonus Track)

    ℗ 1973 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT

    Composer: J. Angelos
    Composer: J.E. Davis

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  • Jesse Ed Davis - Bacon Fat

    4:31

    Jesse Ed Davis
    from Keep Me Comin (1973)

  • Jesse Ed Davis - Oh Susannah

    2:50

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

  • Natural Anthem

    5:36

    Provided to YouTube by Sony Music Entertainment

    Natural Anthem · Jesse Edwin Davis

    Keep Me Comin' (Bonus Track)

    ℗ 1973 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT

    Composer: J.E. Davis

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  • 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

  • TAJ MAHAL Everybody Got To Change Sometime 1968

    2:55

  • Jesse Ed Davis - Keep Me Comin

    3:59

    Jesse Ed Davis

  • Statesboro Blues

    2:57

    Provided to YouTube by Sony Music Entertainment

    Statesboro Blues · Taj Mahal

    Taj'S Blues

    ℗ Originally Released 1967 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT

    Released on: 1992-06-18

    Guitar: Jessie Edwin Davis
    Drums: Sanford Konikoff
    Composer, Lyricist: W. McTell
    Composer, Lyricist: J.L. Kincaid
    Bass: James Thomas
    Producer: David Rubinson
    Executive Producer: Lawrence Cohn
    Executive Producer: Gary Pacheco
    Director: Howard Fritzson
    Project Coordinator: Adam Block
    Project Coordinator: Jay Wilson
    Project Coordinator: John Jackson
    A&r Coordinator: Patti Matheny
    Mastering Engineer: David Mitson

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  • Statesboro Blues

    2:58

    Provided to YouTube by Sony Music Entertainment

    Statesboro Blues · Taj Mahal

    The Best Of Taj Mahal

    ℗ Originally released 1968. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

    Released on: 1990-12-05

    Guitar: Jesse Edwin Davis
    Drums: Sanford Konikoff
    Composer, Lyricist: Willie McTell
    Bass: James Thomas
    Producer: David Rubinson

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  • Taj Mahal - Checkin Up On My Baby

    52

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

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  • Sue Me, Sue You Blues-Jesse Ed Davis

    2:52

  • John Trudell & Jesse Ed Davis Silent Lightning

    2:41

    John Trudell and Jesse Ed Davis - Silent Lightning

  • Jesse Ed Davis - Shes A Pain

    2:52

  • 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...

  • My Captain -Jesse Ed Davis

    3:26

    from the album Ululu

  • Jesse Davis - Golden Sun Goddess.

    4:59

    Jesse Davis S.T. LP 1970

  • Jesse Ed Davis

    3:01

    Provided to YouTube by CDBaby

    Jesse Ed Davis · Retrotech

    She's Magic

    ℗ 2009 Daniel A. Vigil

    Released on: 2009-01-01

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Jesse Ed Davis - Who Pulled The Plug?

    5:02

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

  • George Harrison Explains Grey Cloudy Lies

    6:25

    George - Lead vocals, guitar and Arp/Bass Moog
    Jim Keltner - Drums
    David Foster - Piano
    Jesse Ed Davis - Guitar

  • Strawberry Wine

    2:19

    Provided to YouTube by Rhino Atlantic

    Strawberry Wine · Jesse Davis

    Ululu

    ℗ 1972 Atlantic Recording Corp.

    Writer: Helm
    Writer: ROBERTSON

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  • Who Pulled The Plug?

    5:00

    Provided to YouTube by Sony Music Entertainment

    Who Pulled The Plug? · Jesse Edwin Davis

    Keep Me Comin' (Bonus Track)

    ℗ 1973 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT

    Composer: J. Angelos

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • 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

  • 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.

  • Jesse Ed Davis - Reno Street Incident

    4:13

    Recorded Olympic Studios, London England 1971

  • Red Dirt Boogie, Brother

    3:45

    Provided to YouTube by Rhino Atlantic

    Red Dirt Boogie, Brother · Jesse Davis

    Ululu

    ℗ 1972 Atlantic Recording Corp.

    Writer: DAVIS

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  • Keep Me Comin

    4:04

    Provided to YouTube by Sony Music Entertainment

    Keep Me Comin' · Jesse Edwin Davis

    Keep Me Comin' (Bonus Track)

    ℗ 1973 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT

    Composer: J. Angelos
    Composer: J.E. Davis

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  • Tulsa County

    2:22

    Provided to YouTube by Rhino Atlantic

    Tulsa County · Jesse Davis

    Jesse Davis!

    ℗ 1982 Atlantic Recording Corp.

    Writer: Polland

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  • jesse ed davis - strawberry wine

    2:20

    Jesse Ed Davis - Strawberry Wine

  • Crazy Love

    3:43

    Provided to YouTube by Rhino Atlantic

    Crazy Love · Jesse Davis

    Jesse Davis!

    ℗ 1982 Atlantic Recording Corp.

    Writer: Van Morrison

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • 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 - Shes A Pain

    2:53

    Jesse Ed Davis
    from Keep Me Comin (1973)

  • Alcatraz

    3:12

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    Alcatraz · Jesse Davis

    Ululu

    ℗ 1972 Atlantic Recording Corp.

    Writer: Russell

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • 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

  • Taj Mahal - Statesboro Blues

    3:00


    THE IMPACT OF BLUES on rock acts of the ’60s and ’70s was clear, but the truth is it's influenced just about everything we listen to today.

    The music is the art of expressing feelings. It is a tool to express what is going on in the soul, the heart and mind

  • Jessie Davis- Tennessee whisky

    3:28

  • John Trudell & Jesse Ed Davis - Tina Smiled - 1987

    6:42

    John Trudell and Jesse Ed Davis - Tina Smiled - 1987 version
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    This woman this love
    This life we dare to live
    This society afraid of what
    People might see
    Might see through themselves or
    Somebody else
    Might see what isn't meant to
    Be hidden
    And somewhere a wild horse awakens

    Last time I saw her Tina smiled
    Woman woman's love
    Hands so gentle eyes so wise
    Woman touch I am taken
    World so undivided
    Where the high wind flies
    And somewhere a wild horse listens

    In this world if we're going to live
    Some ways we're going to have to stand
    Know your heart know your mind
    Know how to look know what to find
    It doesn't have to be this way
    Hanging like a cloud
    Society fear of love over our heads
    Shadows in daylight
    And what have they done
    What have they done but set it in motion
    Set it in motion and now it has begun

    Times I spent wandering
    Back to who we are
    Nights we held on
    Scattering ourselves among the stars
    You and me over there
    You and me over here
    We burned through to a thousand suns
    And somewhere a wild horse runs

    Last time I saw her Tina smiled
    Woman woman's love
    Hands so gentle eyes so wise
    Woman touch I am taken
    World so undivided
    Where the high wind flies
    And somewhere a wild horse listens

    Eternity expanding from her hand
    Sun rise moon rise grains of sand
    Acts of man violent face
    Done in silent night
    Won't silence freedoms voice
    Here we are reflecting light
    Disappearing reappearing
    Shadows on the run
    And what have they done
    What have they done but set it in motion
    Set it in motion and now it has begun

    Tina smiled yeah she smiled
    Pretty woman indigo red
    Unravelling confusions heavy thread
    Entering and leaving tapestries of
    Changing worlds
    Spirit weaver your love has spoken
    And somewhere a wild horse
    Won't be broken

  • Jesse Ed Davis - Tulsa County

    2:23

    Jesse Ed Davis
    from Jesse Davis (1970)

  • Jesse Ed Davis - Every Night Is Saturday Night

    7:16

    Jesse Ed Davis
    from Jesse Davis (1970)

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

    7:35

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

  • Jesse Davis - You

    3:44

    A track off of Jesse Davis' upcoming album Over the Clouds

    words and music by Jesse Davis
    Perfmormed by Jesse Davis

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