Download MP3. Wild Bill Davison. I'll Be a Friend with Pleasure.
I'll Be a Friend With Pleasure. Wild' Bill Davison (January 5, 1906, Defiance, Ohio – November 14, 1989, Santa Barbara, California) was a fiery jazz cornet player who emerged in the 1920s, but did not achieve recognition until the 1940s. View full artist profile.
Biography by Scott Yanow. A tough-talking, hard-drinking cornetist. Considered by many as the epitome of the Chicago style.
Nombre real: William Edward Davison. Perfil: Jazz cornet player, American Wild Bill Davison garnered his nickname 'Wild' from his appetite for women & alcohol. Playing professionally in the 1920's, he gained wide recognition in the 1940's
I'll Be A Friend With Pleasure. rom Monday On. 'm Comin' Virginia. Wild Bill Davison also appears in this compilation. Tracks of Disc 1. he Swing.
I'll Be Your Singer, You'll Be My Song . I'll Be Home for Christmas Megan & Liz. 2:42. I'll Be By Hall & Oates. Martin Rippel & Chris Weldon) . Jenkins & Stop by Fear feat. I´ll be your baby tonite Tiago & Los Pájaros. I'll Be Your 44 Carey & Lurrie Bell. Layton & Johnstone. I'll Be a Friend (With Pleasure) Lino Patruno. I'll Be A Friend With Pleasure Ralph Sutton.
Wild Bill Davison - Deezer üzerinden Wild Bill Davison dinle. Deezer'daki müzik yayınlarıyla 53 milyondan fazla şarkıyı keşfedebilir, kendi çalma listelerini oluşturabilir ve en sevdiğin şarkıları arkadaşlarınla paylaşabilirsin. Who's Sorry Now. 02:54. Besteciler: Maceo Pinkard. Albüm içeriğinin tamamına eriş (23 şarkı). I Can't Believe (You're in Love with Me).
For the Recor. elected discography. Like a select group of other jazz instrumentalists, cornetist Wild Bill Davison had a talent that lives on long after his death. More than a decade after Davison died at the age of 83, record companies continue to reissue some of the more than 800 songs he recorded during his 70-year career. Jazz aficionados never tire of talking about some of the more memorable engagements played by the colorful Davison around the world. Memories, Jazzology, 1966. I’ll Be a Friend with Pleasure, Fat Cat Jazz, 1968. Lady of the Evening, Jazzology, 1968. The Jazz Giants, Sackville, 1968.