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John Davey

Primary Instrument: Bass, acoustic

Born: March 21, 1950    

John Davey

John Davey has released the CD “You Are Here” with his world music-jazz trio GlobeTrotting, featuring bansuri flutist/multi-reedist Steve Gorn and percussionist Brian Melick. He released his first CD as a leader, entitled “Sound Bites”, in the Fall of 2005, featuring pianist Jeremy Wall, guitarist Chuck D'Aloia, percussionist Brian Melick, and vocalist Lorena Guillen. His chamber-jazz string trio From The Bridge, featuring classical guitarist Dennis Turechek and violist Amy Merrill, released their debut CD “9 views” in the Spring of 2001. He has studied with jazz bassists Gary Peacock, Dave Holland and Mark Helias...
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”John Davey is a melodic bassist as well as a fine composer...The musical content has a a lot of value.. The ambiance is friendly and intimate with very listenable results.” - Malcolm Creese, Double-Bassist Magazine, UK

“John Davey has a special way with the upright bass. Anybody listening to him could tell that he's got the right touch...original and compelling music, reminding us what a wide open world jazz really is... successfully spanning many islands of jazz” - Mark Bialczak, Syracuse Post-Standard

“Very cool and soothing, This is a record (9 views from the bridge) that will take you away...one of the best I've ever heard.” - Derek Sivers, President, cdbaby.com

“Varied sounds and rhythms, creative musicians, intriguing compositions... “Sound Bites” is a special record” - David Friesen, jazz bassist/composer, Portland, Oregon

Davey alternates between solo and foundation, and handles both with equal dexterity. His in-the-clear bowing on “Disembodied Souls” literally saws through everything, including pretension; conversely, he can grab your attention with a single, sonorous note,...One thing we learn from You Are Here is that Globetrotting’s music is a fully-functional, visceral experience that will fill you with joy and wonder. It also reminds us that applying jazz’ improvisatory aesthetic to non-Western musical structures can create something unique and beautiful. After all, that’s what happened Here.” - J Hunter, www.albanyjazz.com “This is an absolute gem of a recording, where the group moniker provides credence to the ethnocentric fusion of jazz and world music via the trio’s worldly permutations....it’s an organic brew consisting of mystical jazz-world music intonations and phrasings, largely sprinkled with whimsical melodies...these rather spiritualized performances enable the mind’s eye to wander towards a state of solstice, regardless of the various metrics or pulses. Overall, this multifaceted and endearingly appealing effort warrants repeated spins.” - Glenn Astarita, ejazznews.com

“GlobeTrotting is a unique and remarkable trio. Their new album, You Are Here, is an engaging adventure in organic interplay, dynamic grooves, and lyrical liquid melodic free-flights.” - Paul Winter, Recording Artist

  • Open Range

    Lil' Pumpkin Records
    2014

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