Cellar Groove - David ;Fathead; Newman - Its ;Mister; Fathead (CD)

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  1. One of the best David Newman albums for Atlantic from the 60s – and one that breaks past the R&B-influenced formula of earlier albums! This one features some great arrangements by William Fischer, the cool wild-card arranger who was to late 60s Atlantic what David Axelrod was to Capitol CD.
  2. Although best known as a tenor saxophonist, David "Fathead" Newman is an equally talented altoist and flutist. This double CD brings back Newman 's first four sets as a leader (originally made for the Atlantic label), and the dates give one a definitive portrait of Newman in a variety of jazz settings.
  3. Cellar Groove (Live) by David 'Fathead' Newman - CD () for $ from mounwadisctetheapapithepefofodul.coinfo Jazz - Order by Phone Brand: Imports.
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  5. JazzTimes: "Newman's 'My Full House' and 'Mama-Lou' have the feel of dustbowl gospel and blues about them, proving that this lion's still ready to play in the dirt.". Tracks of Disc 1; $ on iTunes 1. Diamondhead - (with David "Fathead" Newman) $ on iTunes 2. Can't We Be Friends? - (with David "Fathead" Newman).
  6. David "Fathead" Newman Biography by Chris Kelsey + Follow Artist. The personification of tasteful but expressive and bluesy sax playing, first backing Ray Charles and later as a solo artist. Read Full Biography. Overview ↓ Biography.
  7. Cellar Groove featuring David "Fathead" Newman CELLAR LIVE CL Released November David Fathead Newman – tenor sax, alto sax, flute Tilden Webb – piano Jodi Proznick – bass Jesse Cahill – drums 01 The Cellar Groove 02 The Cookie 03 Time After Time 04 Lady J 05 This I .
  8. FATHEAD COMES ON is a very bluesy album, but also contains its share of tricky melodies and ambitious arrangements. Highlights include "Unchain My Heart," which is the funkiest tune on the disc, and "Cellar-Groove," which begins with a clever train rhythm; here the locomotive sound is simulated by the repetitive hi-hat work of Charlie Persip.
  9. The album, Fathead Comes On, returns Newman to his familiar Ray Charles bandmates, but in smaller groups. Here, Newman's own brand of soul becomes much more apparent. The jazz is solid and Newman swings hard on tenor, alto and, on the excellent "Unchain My Heart," flute. But his own soulful groove has become much more distinct at this point.

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