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A good sharp set of a dozen numbers, Davis getting into numbers relatively well known ("Motherless Children," "You Got to Move") and more obscure. His guitar playing is in fine form throughout, though at least as good are his hoarse, spirited vocals. Listen to the rich, urgent upper-register moans that punctuate "Crucifixion" for proof. The jubilant "I'll Fly Away" is an outstanding example of the country-gospel-blues potential to uplift and inspire.

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Gary Davis Gets It Done

The Rev. Gary Davis is a homerun hit for blues fans. With a soulful growl and incredibly intricate guitar work, you can't go wrong with this album. For new listeners I highly reccomend listening to "Crucifixion". All in all a great piece of musical art!

The Fiery Master

Take the intensity of Howling Wolf, add some Ledbelly storytelling, throw in some Missisippi John Hurt and Robert Johnson on guitar, add a wollup of religion, and you've got a mix that will blow off your oven door! These first three Prestige albums are all great and full of songs that will keep you humming and screaming along. Unbelievable!


Nacido/a: Laurens, SC, 01 de mayo de 1896

Género: Blues

Años de actividad: '20s, '30s, '40s, '50s, '60s, '70s

In his prime of life, which is to say the late '20s, the Reverend Gary Davis was one of the two most renowned practitioners of the East Coast school of ragtime guitar; 35 years later, despite two decades spent playing on the streets of Harlem in New York, he was still one of the giants in his field, playing before thousands of people at a time, and an inspiration to dozens of modern guitarist/singers including Bob Dylan, Taj Mahal, and Donovan; and Jorma Kaukonen, David Bromberg, and Ry Cooder, who...
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