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Dave Braham

Dave Braham plays swinging, soulful organ in the tradition of Jack McDuff, Groove Holmes and Jimmy Smith. On his first outing as a leader he shows that he is one of the most underrated and clearly one of the best jazz organists on the scene today. Originally from Pittsburgh, PA, Dave has carved out a solid reputation playing as a featured sideman with Houston Person, Etta Jones, Willis Gatortail Jackson, Mark Murphy, Johnny Lytle, Irene Reid, Al Grey, Ernestine Anderson, and David Fathead Newman. He has recorded two CDs with Houston Person and Etta Jones and also with Mark Murphy, Johnny Lytle, Lou Donaldson, Al Grey and more recently appears on saxophonist Nat Simpkins "Spare Ribs" and guitarist Eric Johnson's "Makin Whoopie" both on Bluejay Records

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Article: Live Review

Barbara J. Kukla, Dave Braham and Don Williams at the West Orange Public Library

Read "Barbara J. Kukla, Dave Braham and Don Williams at the West Orange Public Library" reviewed by David A. Orthmann


Barbara J. Kukla, Dave Braham and Don Williams West Orange Public Library West Orange, NJ February 9, 2014 The focal point of a recent event at the West Orange Public Library was Barbara J. Kukla's recently published book, America's Music: Jazz In Newark. The author, a former writer and editor for ...

Album

To Be Free

Label: Random Act Records
Released: 2009

Album

Blue Gardenia

Label: Blue Jay Records
Released: 1999

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Article: Album Review

Dave Braham: Blue Gardenia

Read "Blue Gardenia" reviewed by AAJ Staff


You hear it from the opening chord, when the sax and guitar come in – this is the real thing. It’s that rich greasy organ sound made big in the ‘Sixties, but good things never go out of style. David Braham, studio fixture (Lou Donaldson, Johnny Lytle), longtime sideman of Houston Person, steps forward with something ...


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