Danny Davis, The Nashville Brass – Play More Nashville Sounds (1969/2019) [FLAC 24 bit, 96 kHz]

Danny Davis, The Nashville Brass - Play More Nashville Sounds (1969/2019) [FLAC 24 bit, 96 kHz] Download

Artist: Danny Davis, The Nashville Brass
Album: Play More Nashville Sounds
Genre: Country
Release Date: 1969/2019
Audio Format:: FLAC (tracks) 24 bit, 96 kHz
Duration: 28:24
Total Tracks: 12
Total Size: 618 MB

Tracklist:

1. Danny Davis & The Nashville Brass – Bonaparte’s Retreat (01:47)
2. Danny Davis & The Nashville Brass – I Love You Because (02:56)
3. Danny Davis & The Nashville Brass – Yakety Axe (02:55)
4. Danny Davis & The Nashville Brass – Freight Train (02:07)
5. Danny Davis & The Nashville Brass – Lonely Street (02:45)
6. Danny Davis & The Nashville Brass – Cajun Baby (02:27)
7. Danny Davis & The Nashville Brass – Kaw-Liga (02:37)
8. Danny Davis & The Nashville Brass – Singing My Song (02:14)
9. Danny Davis & The Nashville Brass – Wildwood Brass (02:46)
10. Danny Davis & The Nashville Brass – Lappland (01:42)
11. Danny Davis & The Nashville Brass – Country Gentleman (01:51)
12. Danny Davis & The Nashville Brass – Fire Ball Mail (02:13)

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b. George Nowlan, 29 April 1925, Randolph, Massachusetts, USA. Davis, who calls himself a ‘Yankee Irishman’, bought his trumpet with his earnings from a delivery round and he played in high school bands. At the age of 14 he was performing with the Massachusetts Symphony Orchestra. From the age of 17, he was guesting with some of the best swing bands including Gene Krupa and Bob Crosby and he recorded ‘Trumpet Cha Cha’. By 1958 he was working as a record producer and he produced several of Connie Francis’ hit singles. He also had success with Herman’s Hermits and Johnny Tillotson. In 1965, he began working with Chet Atkins at RCA Records and he formed the Nashville Brass, which added brass to a pop-country rhythm section: it was as though Herb Alpert was recording country music. Although some country fans were reluctant to accept them, their albums sold well and they had US country hits including ‘Wabash Cannonball’ and ‘Columbus Stockade Blues’. For six consecutive years, Danny Davis And The Nashville Brass were voted the Instrumental Band Of The Year at the Country Music Association’s awards, and they also won a Grammy in 1969 for their More Nashville Sounds album. In 1980 a curious album was released in which Davis added the Nashville Brass to some existing Willie Nelson tracks. The versions of ‘Night Life’ and ‘Funny How Time Slips Away’ both made the US country charts.

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