Richard Davis (born April 15, 1930) is an American jazz bassist. Among his most famous contributions to the albums of others are Eric Dolphy's Out to Lunch!, Andrew Hill's Point of Departure, and Van Morrison's Astral Weeks, of which critic Greil Marcus wrote (in The Rolling Stone Illustrated History of Rock and Roll), ...
Richard Davis is an international performing musician and Professor of Bass ( European Classical and Jazz), Jazz History and combo improvisation at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Chicago born, he came to the UW-Madison in 1977 after spending 23 years in New York City establishing himself as one of the world's ...
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Richard S. Davis has practiced almost exclusively under the federal Clean Water Act and its state analogues since joining Beveridge & Diamond in 1981. Chairing or co-chairing the firm's Clean Water Practice Group for more than 15 years, Mr. Davis helps direct one of the most innovative and dynamic clean water practices ...
Richard Davis is the Professor of Bass (European Classical and Jazz), Jazz History, and Combo Improvisation at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Chicago born, Richard Davis came to the UW-Madison in 1977 after spending 23 years in New York City establishing himself as one of the world's premier bass players.
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Apr 1, 2005 ... Lemme tell you a sideline story,” says Richard Davis. “I was in my car about a year or two ago, and when I turned the radio on there was a jazz show. I remember [listening to] the bass player, and I said to myself, 'Good God, who is that? I hope I never run into that guy!' After the song was over, the DJ said, ...
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