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    Renewed spirit Catalog Record Only Performed by George Davis and Co. Brief record.
    • Date: 1970
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    Surrender life Catalog Record Only Performed by George Davis and Company. Brief record.
    • Date: 1988
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    Harlan jail sound recording | Sung by union organizer George Davis with guitar. (Statement Of Responsibility). Elizabeth Lomax Guitar (Instrument). Sound Recording (Form).
    • Contributor: Lomax, Alan - Lyttleton, Elizabeth - Davis, George
    • Date: 1937-10-17
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    The NRA sound recording | Sung by union organizer George Davis with guitar. (Statement Of Responsibility). Elizabeth Lomax Guitar (Instrument). Sound Recording (Form).
    • Contributor: Lomax, Alan - Lyttleton, Elizabeth - Davis, George
    • Date: 1937-10-17
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    Little Orphant Annie The raggedy man ; When the green gits back in the trees ; When the frost is on the punkin ; Griggsby station ; Out to old Aunt Mary's ...
    Little Orphant Annie ; The raggedy man ; When the green gits back in the trees ; When the frost is on the punkin ; Griggsby station ; Out to old Aunt Mary's ; Thoughts fer the discouraged farmer Catalog Record Only
    American Literature Records Co.: 1-3. Poems; read, with commentary, by George E. Davis.
    • Contributor: Riley, James Whitcomb
    • Date: 195?
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    Michel Legrand recorded live at Jimmy's. Catalog Record Only Michel Legrand, pianist, with Phil Woods, clarinet and saxophone ; Ron Carter, bass ; Grady Tate, drums ; George Davis, guitars. Recorded live at Jimmy's in New York City, December 8, 1973. Program notes by Mort Goode on container.
    • Contributor: Davis, George - Legrand, Michel - Carter, Ron - Woods, Phil - Tate, Grady
    • Date: 1975
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    House party New Orleans style the lost sessions 1971-1972 / Catalog Record Only Rhythm and blues; Professor Longhair, piano and vocals ; with Snooks Eaglin, guitar ; Shiba, drums (Baton Rouge sessions) ; Joseph "Zigaboo" Modeliste, drums (Memphis sessions) ; Will Harvey, Jr., bass (Baton Rouge sessions) ; George Davis, bass (Memphis sessions).
    • Contributor: Professor Longhair
    • Date: 1987
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    A tribute to Lyndon Baines Johnson Catalog Record Only Dr. George R. Davis, minister and friend to Lyndon Baines Johnson, eulogizes the former president of the United States. Includes opening and closing prayers and scripture reading.
    • Contributor: Davis, George R.
    • Date: 1974
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    Aphrodisia Catalog Record Only Popular music for orchestra. George Williams, arranger ; Wild Bill Davis, organ. Program notes on container. New
    • Contributor: Gleason, Jackie
    • Date: 1959
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    Chewin' the fat Catalog Record Only Performed by Eddie 'Lockjaw' Davis ; with the Georges Arvanitas Trio. Brief record.
    • Date: 1977
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    The globetrotter Catalog Record Only Program notes by A.J. Smith on container. Clark Terry, trumpet and flugelhorn ; Ernie Wilkins, tenor saxophone ; Ronnie Mathews, piano ; Victor Sproles, bass ; George Davis, guitar ; Emanuel Rahin, percussion ; Walter Bishop, piano ; Roland Prince, guitar ; Al Chalk, percussion ; Ed Saph, drums.
    • Contributor: Terry, Clark
    • Date: 1977
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    Rare 1930s blues. 1936-1940 complete recorded works in chronological order. Catalog Record Only Performed by Little David, Three Fifteen & His Squares, The Jolly Three, Dusky Dailey, and George Davis. Compiled and produced by Johnny Parth. Recorded between Aug. 2, 1936 and Apr. 19, 1940. Compact disc. Analog recording. Biographical and program notes by David Evans laid in container.
    • Date: 1995
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    Homage to Charles Parker Catalog Record Only Jazz; "compositions by George Lewis." Anthony Davis, piano ; Douglas Ewart, bass clarinet, cymbals, alto saxophone ; George Lewis, tenor trombone, electronics ; Richard Teitelbaum, synthesizers. Recorded at Barigozzi Studios, Milan.
    • Contributor: Lewis, George
    • Date: 1979
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    Songs of love and life Catalog Record Only SR 291-663 U.S. Copyright Office Copyright registration information: (c) Tel-Tis Enterprises ; words & music: George R. Davis, Jr., 1938-; words: Donna M. Davis, 1935-, George C. Greers, 1939-, & Seborn Westbrook, 1944-. Compact disc. Brief record. Statement of responsibility from Copyright registration.
    • Date: 2001
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    Back to basics Catalog Record Only Reissue of: Prestige 10104 (1st-4th works) ; Prestige 10106 (5th-9th) (1977). David Fathead Newman, flute, soprano, alto & tenor saxophones ; with Pat Rebillot, George Cables, Hilton Ruiz, keyboards ; Jay Graydon, George Davis and Lee Ritenour, guitars ; Abraham Laboriel, Wilbur Bascomb, electric bass ; Idris Muhammad, drums ; Bill Summers, percussion. Recorded in May (5th-9th works) & November (1st-4th), 1977. "Promotional." Compact...
    • Contributor: Newman, David
    • Date: 1991
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    Miles Davis in Europe
    In Europe Catalog Record Only
    Miles Davis, trumpet ; George Coleman, saxophone ; Herbie Hancock, keyboards ; Ron Carter, bass ; Tony Williams, drums. Recorded live at the Antibes International Jazz Festival, Juan-Les-Pins, July 27, 1963. Program notes by Ralph J. Gleason from 1964 liner notes. New notes by Harvey Pekar for the 2005 re-release. Compact disc.
    • Contributor: Davis, Miles
    • Date: 1964
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    Chicago & all that jazz
    Chicago and all that jazz Catalog Record Only
    "Based on the John Kander and Fred Ebb musical, Chicago"--Insert. Lee Konitz, alto and soprano saxophones ; Lloyd Michels, Richard Hurwitz, trumpet ; Barry Maur, Alan Raph, trombone ; Don Palmer, Joe Farrell, tenor saxophone ; Dick Katz, piano and electric piano ; Michael Longo, keyboard, synthesizer ; George Davis, guitar ; Major Holly, bass, vocals ; Eddie Locke, drums ; Ray Armando, percussion....
    • Contributor: Konitz, Lee
    • Date: 1996
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    Award-winning drummer Catalog Record Only Max Roach, drums ; Booker Little, trumpet ; Arthur Davis, bass ; George Coleman, tenor sax ; Ray Draper, tuba. Recorded Nov. 1958. Compact disc. Notes in Japanese inserted in container.
    • Contributor: Roach, Max
    • Date: 1997
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    The best of Seven steps the complete Columbia recordings of Miles Davis 1963-1964.
    Seven steps : | Best of Seven steps 1963-1964 Catalog Record Only
    Miles Davis, trumpet ; Wayne Shorter, George Coleman, Sam Rivers, tenor saxophones ; Herbie Hancock, Victor Feldman, piano ; Ron Carter, bass ; Tony Williams, Frank Butler, drums. Compact disc.
    • Contributor: Davis, Miles
    • Date: 2005
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    Down in poverty row Catalog Record Only Music by Arthur Trevelyan; words by Gussie L. Davis. George J. Gaskin, tenor; piano acc. Recorded in Philadelphia, Pa., May 18, 1896. Recorded on one side only. Acoustic recording. Production level cataloging.
    • Contributor: Trevelyan, Arthur
    • Date: 1896
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    Variations in dream-time Catalog Record Only Jazz ensembles. Anthony Davis, piano ; George Lewis, trombone ; Abdul Wadud, cello ; Pheeroan AkLaff, drums ; J.D. Parran, clarinet, bass clarinet, flute ; Rick Rozie, bass. Ed. recorded: Episteme music. Program notes by Davis on container.
    • Contributor: Parran, J. D. - Rozie, Rick - Davis, Anthony - Wadud, Abdul (Abdul Khabir) - Lewis, George - Aklaff, Pheeroan
    • Date: 1983
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    Broadway showstoppers Catalog Record Only Compact disc (DDD). Brent Barrett, Kevin Colson, Kim Criswell, George Dvorsky, Davis Gaines, Cris Groenendaal, Judy Kaye, Jeanne Lehman, Rebecca Luker ; Ambrosian Chorus; John McCarthy, chorus master ; London Sinfonietta; John McGlinn, conductor. Producer, Simon Woods. Recorded: VII. & VIII.1991, No. 1 Studio, Abbey Road, London. Lyrics and program notes by John McGlinn on container insert.
    • Date: 1992
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    Station to station Catalog Record Only Rock songs, principally written by David Bowie, and performed by David Bowie, vocals, guitar, saxophone ; Carlo Salomar, guitar ; Roy Bittan, piano ; Dennis Davis, drums ; George Murray, bass ; Warren Peace, vocals ; Earl Slick, guitar. Compact disc. Digitally remastered. Digitally remastered.
    • Contributor: Bowie, David
    • Date: 1991
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    Beryl Davis Catalog Record Only London: LA 9 (153--155). Title from container. Beryl Davis, vocals; Art Young and his quintet, featuring Stephane Grappelly, violin (1st-2nd works); Stephane Grappelly and his quintet (3rd-5th works) or sextet (6th work), featuring George Shearing, piano. Recorded 1939-1943, principally at Kingsway Hall, London Records Hampstead Studios. Biographical notes on container.
    • Contributor: Davis, Beryl
    • Date: 1948
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    Tonight.
    Tonight show Catalog Record Only
    Johnny Carson, host; George Hamilton, Peggy Cass, Gwen Davis, guests. AFRTS edition of a commercial radio program; contains information spot announcements. Duration: 30:00. Documentation often including contents is shelved in the Library of Congress Recorded Sound Reference Center.
    • Date: 1968