Chicago tenor saxophonist Dick Davis and his Combo playing "Wandering Blues" on ultrarare Gateway 5001. Dick Davis: ts; John Young: p, voc; Eddie Calhoun: b; Buddy Smith: dr. Probably recorded in summer 1949. edu/~campber/miracle.
Wandering Blues Vocals – Johnny Young Written-By. Smith, Davis, Calhoun, Young. Bass – Eddie Calhoun Drums – Buddy Smith Piano – Johnny Young Tenor Saxophone – Dick Davis. Related Music albums to Down Home, Wandering Blues by. Dick Davis Combo. Young Jessie With Maxwell Davis & Orch
I got the wandering blues, gonna be on my way. Don’t know when I’ll be leavin’ baby, There’s got to be a change. I got to travel alone till I come home. I believe it’s all about a love call, Givin’ me the strength, To carry on when all I can do is pray, That somewhere down the road to freedom, I will find my way. I got the wandering blues, gonna be on my way, Don’t know when I’ll be leavin’ baby, There’s got to be a change.
Released in late 2000, this hard bop reissue combines two sessions on a single CD: 1960's Griff & Lock and 1961's Blues Up and Down.
Wandering Blues/Down Home which might well have been originally recorded on the Gotham session was released on Carl Burkhardts Gateway Records apparently sometime in 1952. Up to now only two issues were known on the Gateway R’nB series: Gateway 5005 by Chuck Huguely with Johnny Smith’s Orchestra and Gateway 5002 by Chicago drummer Jump Jackson (if you have one of these two, again please let me know!). Some of these days I will maybe put the flipside of Gateway 5001 up on this blog well – Down Home is a slow instrumental blues featuring solos by Davis and Young as well as Calhouns prominent bass work. Until then! Advertisements.
Dick Davis And Sonny Thompson. Dick Davis: Memphis Train (Miracle 78 rpm). Dick Davis: Wandering Blues feat. John Young on vocals! 397 views.
Dick Gilchrist in the studio during the drum recording session for 'Pages of Gold', the first single from Ascension's forthcoming second studio album. Chicago tenor saxophonist Dick Davis and his Combo playing "Wandering Blues" on ultrarare Gateway 5001. Dick Davis: ts; John Young: p, voc; Eddie.
Down Home Blues mixes traditional Folk songs with new original material showcasing Wall’s songwriting as well as vocals. Noah is also the lead singer, fiddler, and founding member of the award winning acoustic band "The Barefoot Movement. Now based in Nashville, TN, the group continues to rack up the miles, touring both domestically and internationally.
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Vocals – Johnny Young*Written-By – Smith*, Davis*, Calhoun*, Young*