We remember David “Fathead” Newman. ‘Soul Ahead’

This day (January 20, 2009), in Kingston, New York, died David Newman,an American jazz saxophonist.

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We remember David “Fathead” Newman. ‘Soul Ahead’

Tracklist :

Live in New York (2006) . w/ Grover Washington – Live in Philadelphia (1999) . Hard Times (1993) . w/ David Leonhardt – How long has this been going On . Ray Charles – Birth Of A Band (1963) .

Tracklist :

Shana . One for My Baby (And One More for the Road) . Hard Times . Night of Nisan . Fathead . Cousin Slim . Willow Weep for Me . Weird Beard . Bill Fort Bennie . Tin Tin Deo .

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Wikipedia : This day (January 20, 2009), in Kingston, New York, died David Newman,an American jazz saxophonist.

Official Site : Ray was working as a sideman with another group on the night’s roster. When Ray started his own band, he called on David to be part of his group. In 1954, David began a twelve year association with the Ray Charles Band.

@allmusic : It is, in fact, Newman’s terse, earthy improvisations with Charles that remain his most characteristic work. Newman began a productive relationship with HighNote Records at the close of the 1990s, releasing an impressive series of albums

@last.fm : Always a musicians’ musician, Newman is best known for his hard bop style that has influenced whole generations of saxophone players of different genres.

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