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8 thoughts on “ Fathead - Fathead* - Ray Charles Presents David Newman (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Label: Atlantic - ATL-LP • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Reissue • Country: Italy • Genre: Jazz, Funk / Soul • Style: Bop Ray Charles Presents David Newman* - Fathead (, Vinyl) | Discogs.
  2. Mar 15,  · Fathead: Ray Charles Presents David "Fathead" Newman, an Album by David "Fathead" Newman. Released in on Atlantic (catalog no. ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Soul Jazz. Featured peformers: Hank Crawford (tenor saxophone), Marcus Belgrave (trumpet), Ray Charles (piano), Edgar Willis (bass), Milt Turner (drums), Jerry Wexler (supervisor), Nesuhi Ertegün /5(1).
  3. Label: Atlantic - SD • Format: Vinyl LP, Reissue, Stereo PR • Country: US • Genre: Jazz, Funk / Soul • Ray Charles Presents David Newman* - Fathead (PR, Vinyl) | Discogs Explore5/5(1).
  4. Oct 21,  · During the fifties, when Ray Charles was touring with his hits like "What'd I Say", "Talking About You", etc., he thought that his band, and his tenor man, David Newman, were so strong that they needed to record a straight ahead jazz album. That album was released as "Ray Charles Presents David Newman"/5(14).
  5. Nov 04,  · My performance of David Fathead Newman's Alto Saxophone solo from the track "Hard Times" off of the album "Fathead: Ray Charles Presents David Newman" Loading.
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Fathead on Discogs. Label: Atlantic - • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Mono • Country: US • Genre: Jazz, Funk / Soul • Ray Charles Presents David Newman* - Fathead (, Vinyl) | Discogs/5(2).
  7. Jan 03,  · My. go-to copy of Fathead: Ray Charles Presents David "Fathead" Newman is contained in a 2-CD set on the 32 Jazz label, titled It's 'Mister' Fathead ('Mister' in italics), mastered in The set includes three other original Atlantic albums of David Newman (without Ray Charles .
  8. David Newman's first album as a leader – recorded under the Ray Charles banner, and featuring Ray himself on piano! The set's a really surprising one – as it's much more jazz-based than we'd expect, given the Charles connection – and really steps out with some lively solo work that goes way past the usual Ray Charles groove. The group's a small one – with Newman on alto.

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