Recordings

Recordings (Courtesy of Wim de Haan)


The Jackie Davis Trio, Trend TL-1010 (10" LP)
Hi-Fi Hammond, Capitol T-686
The Jackie Davis Trio Organistics, Kapp KL-1030
Chasing Shadows, Capitol T-815
Jumpin' Jackie, Capitol T-974
Most Happy Hammond, Capitol T-1046
The Best of Jackie Davis Capitol 5C054.80309 (also as EMI SMK 83 812)
Hammond Gone Cha-Cha, Capitol T-1338
Jackie Davis Meets The Trombones, Capitol T-1180
Hi-Fi Hammond Vol.2, Capitol T-1517
Tiger On The Hammond, Capitol T-1419
Big Beat Hammond Jackie Davis at the Consule, Capitol T-1686
Jackie Davis & Joe Bucci, Big Beat Hammond, EMI/Capitol SMK84098
Easy Does It, Warner Bros. W-1492
Jackie Davis Plus Voices, Warner Bros. W-1515
The Sacred Side Of Jackie Davis, Brunswick BL-754143
Jackie Davis Plays The Park Plaza, RCA Victor PC/PCS-1061
Here's Jackie, Kei-Mar Records JD10701
The Jackie Davis Story, 5C052.81.029 Bovema NL (this album is equal to the Hi-Fi Hammond Vol. 2 release).
Jackie Davis - Jackie Davis, EMI 1A 054-26474 Heemstede NL
Jackie Davis Entertains, Columbia Canada EL-112
Ambiance Orgue Hammond, EMI (France) 2C04850704 (French release of 'Tiger on the Hammond'),
also as 'Tiger on the Hammond' (NL, GER, BE).
Hammond Ecstasy, Stef Meeder and Jackie Davis, 2LP EMI DUO106 (includes 'Tiger on the Hammond').
Jackie Davis & Harold Land, Blowin' The Blues, 7" Pacific Jazz X303.
Jackie Davis with Gerald Wilson All Stars, Funky Organ Blues, 7'' Pacific Jazz 33RPM Stereo-115.
The Jackie Davis Trio, They Can't Take That Away From Me & Autumn In New York, 78 RPM, Trend Records 65, Los Angeles US (also as HL8006 London Records UK).
Jackie Davis – Buzz me baby / Goombay – RCA Victor 20 4831
Jackie Davis – Coffee Time / Do baby do – RCA Victor 20 5111
Louis Jordan, Man we're wailin’ (LP&CD).
Louis Jordan, No Moe! (The Greatest Hits) (CD).
After Hours With Miss D - Dinah Washington Verve 800000094-02 (LP&CD).
Evil Gal (The Imperious Dinah Washington) - Dinah Washington [LP&CD].
Lady Time, (Ella Fitzgerald, Jackie Davis, Louis Bellson) Pablo OJCCD-864-2 (LP&CD).
Jackie Davis, The Story Of Jazz, EMI PLus 724357621526 (AUDIO CD), re-issue of Jumpin' Jackie.
Jackie Davis, Jackie Davis (Heemstede 1980), FONOS LP-9410 (AUDIO CD 2007) Holland [re-issue].
Jackie Davis, Jumping Hi-Fi Hammond, Jasmine Records JASCD 472 (AUDIO 2CD 2008), re-issue of Jumpin' Jackie, Most Happy Hammond, Hi-Fi Hammond and Chasing Shadows.

Notice: alle releases on vinyl only or otherwise specified. Last changes: february 2008.


Discographie considérer du Dominique Périchon - French


Overview Vinyl Jackie Davis - Subject to Changes

Title in alphabetic order  Label  Mono  Stereo  Year 
Big Beat Hammond  Capitol  T-1686  ST-1686   1962 
Big Beat Hammond  EMI    HST-1686 
Big Beat, Jackie Davis & Joe Bucci   EMI/Capitol    SMK84.098 
Best of  EMI    5CO54.80309
also as SMK 83 812  
Chasin' Shadows  Capitol  T-816    1957 
Easy Does It  Warner Bros  W-1492  WS-1492  1963 
Easy Does It         
Entertains  Columbia  EL-112   
Hammond gone Cha-Cha  Capitol  T-1338  ST-1338  1959 
HiFi Hammond  Capitol  T-686    1956 
Hi-Fi Hammond Vol. 2  Capitol  T-1517  ST-1517  1960 
Jackie Davis [Heemstede]  EMI    1A-054-26474  1980 
Jackie Davis Story  EMI    5CO51.81029 
Jumpin' Jackie  Capitol  T-974  1958 
Jumpin' Jackie  EMI    5C038.85585 
Most Happy Hammond  Capitol  T-1046  ST-1046   1958 
Organistics  KAPP  KL-1030    1956 
Plays the Park Plaza  RCA Victor    PC/PCS-1061 
Sacred Side of  Brunswick    BL-754143  1968 
Sacred Side of  Stone    7308 
Tiger on the Hammond  Capitol  T-1419  ST-1419  1960 
Tiger on the Hammond  EMI    2CO48.50704 
Trombones, meets the  Capitol  T-1180  ST-1180  1959 
Voices, plus  Warner Bros  W-1515  WS-1515  1963 
         
         
         



Jackie Davis on CD by FONOS

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Jackie Davis 1980 Heemstede release on CD

The Dutch foundation Fonos offers a cool service. You can send your LP / vinyl to them and they will transfer it to CD and this for just 20 euros, this in a completely legal way. The clue is that normally your vinyl will stay with them, but if they already have a copy of what you want, than it is not nescarry to send the original LP. Because Fonos has already a copy of the Heemstede 1980 release you don't have to send anything!
There is however a BUT. This service is only for music which is not obtainable in the Ducth shops, other thing is that they are have to be from Dutch origin. You are also not allowed to copy the CD's you obtained from Fonos.nl.
What does this mean for us? The Jackie Davis 1980 Heemstede release is available through Fonos.nl. Payment can be done by CreditCard, only thing is that the website is in Ducth only and I am not sure if they send to foreign countries. Link to the www.fonos.nl website.



For FONOS.nl website, click above picture.



Reel-to-Reel A-Tape [section to be completed]


* Jackie Davis - Most Happy Hammond / Reel-to-Reel A-Tape, 2 Track Stereo - One side, 7 1/2 IPS.
* Jackie Davis Quartet - Easy Does It / Reel-to-Reel A-Tape / WSTC 1492, 4 Track Stereo, 7 1/2 IPS.






Info on Capitol Stereo Recordings

Most of Jackie Davis albums are released as mono and as stereo. Capitol used a very simple method: a mono release can be recognized by its order code. For example T-1517 means mono and ST-1517 stereo. Down here some additional info on Capitols steps on Stereo. Warner Brothers uses the same, for example Jackie Davis Plus Voices comes in mono and stereo. If mono it waill say W1515, if stereo is reads WS1515.


Jackie Davis Meets the Trombones as Stereo release - the mono version does not have this top bar labeling


Hi-Fi Hammond Vol. 2 as Stereo release - the mono version does not have this top bar labeling


Hammond gone Cha-Cha as stereo release - the mono version does not have this top bar labeling


Warner Brothers Plus Voices in stereo - the mono version does not have this top bar stereo logo


Symbol on the back cover



A note for audiophiles related to Hi-Fi Hammond 2

This album was recorded on an Ampex 300-2 two-track tape recorder, using a quarter-inch tape, with a flat frequency response of 20 to 15,000 cps. The recording was made using Capitol’s newly completed stereo console in Studio B, which made it possible for engineer Carson Taylor to add echo and equalization during recording, to produce a completed tape ready for disc mastering. A newly developed stereo echo system was used, which feeds both the right and left channels into the same echo chamber, which is divided in the center by a partition.


Diagram A

One speaker and one microphone are placed on each side of the partition, but a small amount of leakage is permitted around the partition. This leakage greatly improves the realistic sound of the original stereo signal being fed back to the console. Each side being fed to the echo chamber has it own equalization, frequency, and gain control, so that the echo can be varied in any manner, independently. The Hammnd Organ console was fed into two Leslie 22H speakers placed close together at a 45 degrees angle.



Diagram B

Two Telefunken 251-M condenser type microphones were placed close to the sound apex of the Leslie speakers, one about a foot from the floor for bass pickup and the other about three feet from the floor for the highs. The two microphones were fed to a combined volume control in the console so that the level on both cold be altered simultaneously with one dial. On the microphone picking up the high end of the Hammond, 10 dB of equalization was applied, packed at 5,000 cycles; and a small amount of bass equalization was added to the other mike picking up the bass.
The Drums (heard on the right in stereo) were picked up by two Sony C37A type microphones, which are noted for their fine separation pattern and are excellent fro recording percussion instruments. The cymbals, snare, tom-toms, and bass drum were picked up by an overhead Sony, and the afterbeat of the high-hat cymbals was miked by the other Sony directly under the edge of the cymbals. This method of placement provided excellent control between the downbeat and afterbeat of the drums and cymbals.
The piano, heard in two sections, was played by Jackie Davis after the original session, An RCA 44BX microphone was used to overdub the passages on the left channel.
The lacquer master was on a Scully lathe, using variable pitch control, with the Westrex 3C stereo disc recording channel. Mono masters were also cut on a Scully lathe, with a 2B cutting head.
Capitol pressings utilize the patented ‘T-Rim’, a device which employs a specially designed metal stamper mounted that causes the outside edge of the record to be a few thousandths of an inch thicker than the center. This allows one disc to drive another on a changer without playing surfaces actually touching adjacent discs. ‘T-Rim’ affords better record fill during pressing, and later helps to prevent disc warpage.
This record has been recorded and manufactured with all the meticulous care that quality records require, and represents the strictest adherence to the most exacting technical specifications and standards possible in the manufacture of phonograph records.


Telefunken 251-M microphone



Jackie plays the Park Plaza on RCA Victor '60s



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