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Wild Bill Davis

Wild Bill Davis was the top cat among organists prior to the rise of Jimmy Smith in 1956. He could be credited for taking the instrument from the swing era into the R&B infected jazz of the early ‘50’s, and was a pioneer in the organ trio format. He could swing like crazy, grind out dirty blues, or could play in a laid back easy listening style.

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Discography

70th / 30th...
Sound Triangle Records
1987
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Up Top
Sound Triangle Records
1979
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Con Soul And Sax
Sound Triangle Records
1972
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Doin' His Thing
Sound Triangle Records
1969
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