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Album · 2006 · 9 Songs. Steve Davis - EP. 2006. Modern Days & Nights: Music of Cole Porter.

Album · 2006 · 9 Songs.

Biography by Matt Collar. Jazz trombonist who blends hard bop with modern jazz sensibilities.

Steve Davis Album: Music Release year: 1970 Label: RCA Country: United States. B2 - My Life Could Be Better Without You Guitar, Lead Vocals – Steve Davis Guitar, Vocals – Bentley Smith Vocals – George Clinton, Jim Hurt.

Steve Davis Stevie-D nickname given to him by the late Jackie McLean. Born in Worcester, MA in 1967, Davis was raised in Binghamton, NY and graduated in 1989 from Hartt School’s Jackie McLean Institute. It was with McLean’s guidance and recommendation that Davis landed his first major performance with Art Blakey in NYC. In 98’ Steve winning the TDWR (Rising Star) Trombone Category and later named consecutively as Trombonist of the Year by The JJA – (2010-2013). In 2018 his original composition Optimism was included in Christian McBride’s Grammy Award winning album Bringin’ it. Steve Davis’ latest release with his sextet Correlations (label: Smoke Sessions Records) Steve features Joshua Bruneau, trumpet; Wayne Escoffery, tenor saxophone; Xavier Davis, piano; Dexron Dougles, bass; Johnathan Barber, drums; Caro Baptista, percussion on Batista Revenge.

Album (also known as Compact Disc or Cassette depending on the format) is the fifth album by the English rock band Public Image Ltd, released on 27 January 1986. A departure from their previous releases, John Lydon was advised by trusted music producer Bill Laswell to take on an all-star cast of session and trusted musicians, including Steve Vai, Ryuichi Sakamoto, Tony Williams and Ginger Baker. The resulting album gave PiL one of its highest charting songs, "Rise".

Steve Davis - Update. By necessity, jazz trombonists tend to be inspired by music of the early jazz and swing eras, because the instrument lost favor around the time bop became ascendant and all young jazz fans wanted to become either Charlie Parker or Miles Davis. Massachusetts-born, New York-based trombonist Steve Davis bucks that trend, however: he's a post-bop player all the way, down to covering Jackie McLean's Parker tribute, "Bird Lives. Guest trumpeter Roy Hargrove contributes an outstanding, fluid solo on this track as well.

His distinctive sound on the slide trombone gave Steve Davis the opportunity to start his carreer, in the mid 80s, with legendary Art Blakey until 1990. He has worked also with Chick Corea, Avishai Cohen and lead his own group and his own productions.

Steve Davis: Correlations by Peter Hoetjes, published on March 19, 2019. Exploration and innovation may be the aspiration of modern jazz, but trombonist Steve Davis' Correlations exemplifies the fact that nothing proves more compelling than the timeless art of gathering a group of musicians who work remarkably well together. A veteran of The Jazz Messengers, One for All, and The Jazztet, Davis has a wealth of experience sharing the stage with multiple horns, essential to this album's sextet


1 Marie Antoinette 7:58
2 Fenja 6:47
3 Bird Lives 4:59
4 Groove's Groove 6:20
5 The Maze 8:53
6 Daydream 5:04
7 Wildflower 5:00
8 Moment To Moment 7:42
9 Leanin' & Preenin' 5:39


  • Bass – Nat Reeves
  • Drums – Joe Farnsworth
  • Guitar – Peter Bernstein
  • Piano – Anthony Wonsey
  • Trombone – Steve Davis
  • Trumpet, Flugelhorn – Roy Hargrove


Recorded At System Two Recording Studios, Brooklyn N.Y. On December 1, 2005

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Steve Davis  - Update FLAC album
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