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J.C. Davis Featuring Little Charles* / J.C. Davis - Listen To The Music / Feznecky (Vinyl)

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  1. J. C. Davis Featuring Little Charles - Discography. USA: 2 Records: Latest Updates: Gallery. Click to View: Label: Cat# Date: Format: Comments: Rating.
  2. J. C. Davis A: Feznecky J. C. Davis Featuring Little Charles B: Listen To The Music: Chess USA: Feb 7" 4: Jan Bradley A: Curfew Blues B: Pack My Things (And Go) Chess USA: Mar 7" 0: Maurice And The Radiants A: I Gotta Dance To Keep My Baby B: Noble The Bargain Man: Chess USA: Mar 7" 2: $ Billy.
  3. J.C. DAVIS feat. LITTLE CHARLES-(45)-DJ COPY-LISTEN TO THE MUSIC / FEZNECKY £ Free P&P. Description. eBay item number: Vinyl condition: EX (very clean, has got one tiny white pressing bubble that causes 5 clicks at the end of track A2, otherwise plays great.
  4. jukebox george 31st Dec Also issued with yellow and orange arrow labels (without D. J. Copy, as on this black label) a) J. C. Davis and Band b) J. C. Davis and Band Featuring Lil' Charles Walker (who recorded as Little Charles And The Sidewinders).
  5. Aug 24,  · Ci. MARCH, CHICAGO as J.C. DAVIS (Chess ) THE CHICKEN SCRATCH SHAKE WITH ME. Davis recording with his own (unidentified) band. MAY-JUNE, CHICAGO as J.C. DAVIS LISTEN TO THE MUSIC (Chess ) SWEET SWEET LOVE (Chess ) THE MONKEY (Chess ) COOLIN' OUT (Chess LP ) Davis with unidentified accompaniment.
  6. J.C. was really laid back, very cool and down to earth. We went to lunch a few times and I would always ask him about his time on tour etc. I saw Little Richard play at the International Childrens games in Cleveland in the early 's and he was amazing. I do not know if J.C. Davis .
  7. A: This Little Girl Of Mine B: You Beat Me To The Punch [PYE, 7N , UK] Original UK issue 45 from Fantastic double-sider! "This Little Girl Of Mine" is a frantic freakbeat / mod dancer with monstrous guitar break. Have a listen below! Great flipside as well. Has been comped on "Beat Beat Beat vol. 5" and "What About Us".
  8. If a record collector created a jazz section featuring only records that feature one of this Davis pair, it would still be a high-quality and surprisingly diverse assemblage, also spilling over into the pop side of the counter thanks to the studio session activities of the trumpeter. That would be another of the differences between these two.

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