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Album · 2000 · 8 Songs. Vibe Up! Steve Davis.

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Steve Davis (born April 14, 1967 in Worcester, Massachusetts) is an American jazz trombonist. Davis was raised in Binghamton, New York, where he grew up with jazz music being played in the household(father's record collection, grandparents played). The Binghamton scene included many talented musicians including mentors Doug Beardsley and Al Hamme as well as peers Kris Jensen, Tony Kadleck, Tom Dempsey, Dena DeRose, John Hollenbeck and many others

Vibe Up! Исполнитель. The Orchard Music (от лица компании "Criss Cross Jazz").

Vibe Up! Steve Davis Sextet. Sample this album Artist (Sample).

Steve Davis is one of the breed of young boppers whom have mastered the idiom. Here, the trombonist leads a group mostly culled from One for All, a conglomeration of extraordinary musicians who perform regularly together in the Big Apple. Veteran pianist Harold Mabern joins them, adding experience and depth. Davis plays a mean 'bone, strongly indebted to Curtis Fuller. Like Fuller, he sticks to the middle range of the horn, boasts a somewhat nasal tone, and plays smoothly at almost any tempo. He is also a good, if cautious, composer.

Album: Vibe Up! Release year: 1999. Artist: Steve Davis Peter Washington Peter Bernstein David Hazeltine Mike DiRubbo Joe Farnsworth.

Steve Davis' "Correlations" Sextet; Steve Davis Quintet feat. Larry Willis, "Live At Smalls"; Benny Golson, "New Time, New 'tet"; Jimmy Heath Big Band, "Togetherness" (Live at The Blue Note); Alexis Cole w/ One For All "You'd Be So Nice To Come Home To". What is your unrealized project? Recording a standards album with strings, vocalist, and rhythm section. Steve Davis is widely regarded as one of today’s leading improvisers on the trombone.

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Vibe Up!
Composed By – St. Davis*
2 It's The Little Things That Count
Composed By – St. Davis*
3 Somewhere
Composed By – L. Bernstein*
4 Blue Domain
Composed By – St. Davis*
5 The Summary
Composed By – Th. Jones*
6 Three-Way Street
Composed By – P. Bernstein*
7 Tournesol
Composed By – St. Davis*
8 Mode For Damo
Composed By – St. Davis*

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Criss Cross Jazz
  • Copyright (c) – Criss Cross Jazz
  • Recorded At – Systems Two


  • Alto Saxophone – Mike DiRubbo (tracks: 4, 7, 8)
  • Bass – Peter Washington
  • Design [Cover] – Gerry Teekens, Hans Bloemendaal (tracks: H. Bloemendaal )
  • Drums – Joe Farnsworth
  • Engineer – Max Bolleman
  • Executive-Producer – K. Hasselpflug
  • Guitar – Peter Bernstein
  • Photography By – Gildas Boclé
  • Piano – David Hazeltine
  • Producer – Gerry Teekens
  • Trombone – Steve Davis
  • Vibraphone – Steve Nelson


Recorded December 19, 1998
Cover shows Steve Davis, but back cover shows Steve Davis Sextet.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 8 712474 117826
  • SPARS Code: DDD
  • Rights Society: GEMA
Steve Davis , Steve Davis Sextet - Vibe Up! FLAC album
Vibe Up!
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1215 mb
MP3 size:
1780 mb
WMA size:
1558 mb
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