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Wednesday, 14 February 2018

Tim Davis ‎(Steve Miller Band) "Pipe Dream" 1972 US Psych Blues Rock


Tim Davis ‎(Steve Miller Band)  "Pipe Dream" 1972 US Psych Blues Rock 

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Drummer Tim Davis was playing with a band in Madison, WI, in the mid-‘60s when a friend from the University of Wisconsin, guitarist/singer Steve Miller, asked him to try forming a blues band with him and another friend, James “Curly” Cooke, in San Francisco. Thus was born what was then known as the Steve Miller Blues Band in 1966. Davis stuck with Miller through those difficult early days – when there wasn’t much paid work or money – through early appearances supporting Chuck Berry on his Fillmore West live album and at the Monterey Pop Festival. They landed a recording contract soon after, and Davis was the band’s drummer and percussionist (and also contributed backing vocals) on their first five albums, including Brave New World and Number 5. He also managed to work in some playing with the Jefferson Airplane, most notably on the Crown of Creation sessions, during this period. He later played with Ben Sidran, in addition to cutting his own album, Pipe Dream – featuring contributions from Cooke and the Grateful Dead’s Donna Jean Godchaux – in 1972…. by Bruce Eder….~


Timothy L. “Tim” Davis (November 29, 1943 – September 20, 1988)[1] was a drummer, singer and songwriter, who co-founded of the Steve Miller Band.
History 
Davis was born in Milwaukee and raised in Janesville, Wisconsin. He played on the first five albums released by the Steve Miller Band and contributed lead and background vocals and songwriting. Davis left the band to work with others, such as Ben Sidran, and to commence a solo career. Shortly after his departure from Miller, Davis joined David Lindley in a band supporting Terry Reid, appearing at the Isle of Wight Festival in 1970.
Davis had a modest hit in 1972, “Buzzy Brown”, written by fellow Wisconsin musician and Steve Miller Band co-founder James “Curley” Cooke. Davis continued an association with Steve Miller, contributing two songs, co-written with Miller, to the 1984 Steve Miller Band album, Italian X Rays.
Davis died in 1988 from complications from diabetes….wiki…~



Tracklist 
A1 On The Rocks 2:42 
A2 Don’t Mention The Ladies Name 3:07 
A3 Nothing Is The Same 
Written-By – C. Cooke* 
2:56 
A4 Boogie Woogie F.C.B. 3:11 
A5 To Sailors Son 3:55 
B1 Love Has Come 3:52 
B2 I’ve Always Tried To Please You 
Written-By – S. Miller* 
3:13 
B3 Buzzy Brown 
Written-By – C. Cooke* 
3:32 
B4 Sunday 
Written-By – C. Cooke* 
2:20 
B5 Beatle Blues 0:30 
B6 Rich Kid Blues 
Written-By – T. Reid* 
3:44




Discography 

Steve Miller Band
1968 Children of the Future
1968 Sailor
1969 Brave New World
1969 Your Saving Grace[5]
1970 Number 5
1972 Anthology
1990 The Best of 1968-1973
1994 Box Set (3 CD compilation)
2003 Young Hearts

Solo
1972 Pipe Dream
1974 Take Me As I Am 

Contributions to Others
1967 Chuck Berry, Live at the Fillmore Auditorium[8]
1968 Jefferson Airplane, Crown of Creation
1971 Ben Sidran, I Lead A Life
1973 Ben Sidran, Puttin’ In Time On Planet Earth 

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