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  1. Shaktik says:
    Jan 23,  · David (Fathead) Newman, a soft-spoken, sweet-toned jazz and rhythm-and-blues saxophonist who made his name in Ray Charles’s bands from the s to the early ’70s, died on Tuesday in Kingston.
  2. Mejinn says:
    This page is devoted to our favorite all time Saxophone players that we grew up listening to and trying to emulate in many ways. They all played on the very first series of hand crafted sax mouthpieces at that time and when they found a Gem you can hear the results, great recordings by .
  3. Talkis says:
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    David "Fathead" Newman - Still Hard Times [Vinyl] - gukusgardamuroariufym.xyzinfo Music Skip to main content Hello, Sign in David "Fathead" Newman Format: Vinyl. See all 7 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Neighbors App Real-Time Crime & Safety Alerts Amazon Subscription Boxes Top subscription boxes.
  6. Moogudal says:
    Jul 15,  · Hi, Has anyone got info on what setup Newman used on alto, for instance on "Hard Times" from the album "Fathead - Ray Charles presents David Newman". He has one of my favourite alto sounds (in addition to his phenomenal tenor sound as well, of course), and just came to wonder what kind of setup helped him with this, although he probably would have sound equally great on any other setup.
  7. Nikotaxe says:
    This CD from the defunct Muse label reissues a David "Fathead" Newman album from , adding three alternate takes to the original six selections. Newman (heard on tenor, alto, flute, and soprano) is joined in the front line by his old friend, altoist Hank Crawford, baritonist Howard Johnson, and trumpeter Charlie gukusgardamuroariufym.xyzinfo a rhythm section comprised of pianist Larry Willis, bassist.
  8. Shaktizilkree says:
    Miller, his then music teacher, saw his music upside down on the stand, and knowing that Newman couldn't read music very well at the time, walked over and tapped him on his head with the conductor's baton and called him "Fathead." The entire classroom laughed, and Newman, having good humor, did not find it derogatory.
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    Explore releases from David "Fathead" Newman at Discogs. Shop for Vinyl, CDs and more from David "Fathead" Newman at the Discogs Marketplace.

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