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Ow! Live at the Penthouse

Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis, Johnny Griffin

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1.1
Intermission Riff I. Introduction by Jim Wilke (Live)
Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis; Johnny Griffin
0:53
1.2
Blues Up and Down (Live)
Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis; Johnny Griffin
6:48
1.3
Ow! (Live)
Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis; Johnny Griffin
8:20
1.4
Spoken Outro I. (Live)
Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis; Johnny Griffin
0:09
1.5
Bahia (Live)
Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis; Johnny Griffin
8:43
1.6
Spoken Introduction I. (Live)
Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis; Johnny Griffin
0:05
1.7
Blue Lou (Live)
Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis; Johnny Griffin
4:11
1.8
Second Balcony Jump (Live)
Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis; Johnny Griffin
7:14
1.9
Spoken Outro II. (Live)
Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis; Johnny Griffin
0:08
1.10
How Am I to Know? (Live)
Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis; Johnny Griffin
10:14
1.11
Spoken Introduction II. (Live)
Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis; Johnny Griffin
0:09
1.12
Sophisticated Lady (Live)
Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis; Johnny Griffin
4:03
1.13
Spoken Introduction III. (Live)
Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis; Johnny Griffin
0:09
1.14
Tickle Toe (Live)
Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis; Johnny Griffin
6:36
1.15
Intermission Riff II. Outro by Jim Wilke (Live)
Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis; Johnny Griffin
0:56
Total Playing Time    58:38
Ow! Live at The Penthouse is a collection of previously-unissued recordings by the supercharged saxophone duo of Johnny Griffin / Eddie “Lockjaw” Davis captured over 2 nights at the famous Penthouse jazz club in Seattle, WA in 1962. Though the tenor sax battle became a fixture of the hard bop era after Dexter Gordon and Wardell Gray established the format with “The Chase” in 1947, no duo was as powerful or as prolific as Davis, a veteran of the Count Basie Orchestra and a popular trio with organist Shirley Scott, and Griffin, noted for his high-voltage work with Thelonious Monk. The pair who became known known as “the Tough Tenors” cut nine LPs – including four live albums caught at Minton’s in New York – for Prestige and Jazzland in 1960-62. This excellent collection features the potent rhythm section of Horace Parlan on piano, Buddy Catlett on bass and Art Taylor on drums.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Cellar Live Studio Masters

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