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  1. 'Wild' Bill Davison was a fiery jazz cornet player who emerged in the s, but did not achieve recognition until the s. He is best remembered for his association with the bandleader Eddie Condon, with whom he worked and recorded from the mids through to the s.
  2. Wild Bill Davison was aptly described by Humphrey Lyttelton as the kind of drunken reveller who throws his arms around your neck one moment and tries to knock you down the next. Aside from his drinking, Wild Bill was, more importantly, a white Dixieland cornet player of considerable ability, with a.
  3. Mar 23,  · Wild Bill (William Edward) Davison was born in Defiance, Ohio on the 5th of January Starting in the early 's he began to build his career with various bands including Ben Meroff's.
  4. Jun 14,  · Charlie Parker, Ben Webster, Dizzy Gillespie, and cornetist Wild Bill Davison were some the precious few jazz soloists who really triumphed in the "with strings" milieu. Davison, whose extraordinary career stretched across jazz for 60 years, was a true maverick/5(3).
  5. Wild Bill Davison Art Hodes Pops Foster Jimmy Archey Arthur Trappier Cutty Cutshall Bob Wilber Gene Schroeder Eddie Condon Leonard Gaskin George Wettling Ed Hubble Johnny Mince Dill Jones Jack Lesberg Cliff Leeman Recorded Billy Butterfield: Sterling Bose Billy Butterfield Ernie Caceres Bob Casey Grauso Bobby Hackett Bob Haggart Ed Hall.
  6. "Wild Bill' Davison bio has everything. (who survives) stuck with Wild Bill for the last 33 years until his death in at Without her he would have followed most of his hard-driving Author: PHIL ELWOOD.
  7. Wild Bill Davison discography and songs: Music profile for Wild Bill Davison, born 5 January Genres: Dixieland, Jazz. Albums include Doldinger Jubilee, That's a Plenty / Panama, and Dixieland Jazz: This Was the Jazz Age.

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