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  • Snake Davis discography ...
    Shannon Pint Maybe I m Amazed I Don t Believe in Miracles Purple Rain Year of the Snake Choose a Signed or Unsigned Copy Unsigned Copy Signed by Snake Davis Maria Pavane River Deep Mountain High Sapporo no Ame Sugarloaf A Little Respect Shiro Sinset Dr J The Eternal Vow The Waiting Eleanor Rigby Sweet thing Memphis Between two seas Slippin and slidin Hard to Handle Just my Imagination Save

    Original URL path: http://www.snakedavis.com/cdtop.asp (2016-02-10)
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  • larger images Bob Maddison 2004 Caroline Ward 2004 Dave Leedham 2004 Dave Leedham 2004 2 Dave Moss Grimsby Telegraph 2005 David McKown www thefoyer co uk 2005 David McKown www thefoyer co uk 2006 Ian Watt 2002 2003 John Williams 2003 Jonathon Nunn 2004 www fotoelegance com Melvyn Walker 2003 Mick Draper 2005 Neil Hickson 2003 Simon Armstrong 2003 Simon Thackray The Shed Steve Barrick 2012 Steve Sowerby 2002 Steve

    Original URL path: http://www.snakedavis.com/films.asp (2016-02-10)
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  • Snake Davis Web Site
    Philharmonic The Halle Opera North Sting Martin Taylor The BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra The Pet Shop Boys and more SnakeStrings perform a mix of funky classical soulful and world music all with a Snakey twist Expect tunes ranging from River Deep Mountain High and A Little Respect to self penned numbers such as Sugar Loaf Mountain and Shiro Sunset to classics from Albinoni Faure and Bach This is a great

    Original URL path: http://www.snakedavis.com/SnakeStrings.asp (2016-02-10)
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  • Snake Davis Web Site
    his latest tour with Japanese rock star Eikichi Yazawa For pictures from the 2003 tour click here Sapporro sculpture park Snake Davis 2004 Drinking in Sapporro Yuko vocalist and Marcus Bassist Snake Davis 2004 Rainbow Bridge and Tokyo Tower Snake Davis 2004 Imperial Palace Tokyo Snake Davis 2004 Riverside promenade Osaka Snake Davis 2004 Shrine I passed today If you look carefully you ll notice someone has offered a pooh

    Original URL path: http://www.snakedavis.com/japantour.asp (2016-02-10)
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  • Snake Davis Web Site
    parts on record and tour for Lisa Stansfield and M People Records M People Lisa Stansfield Ray Charles Tom Jones Culture Club Hamish Stuart George Michael Tina Turner Paul Hardcastle Take That Cher Kylie Minogue Paul McCartney Swing Out Sister Dave Stewart Paul Young Mark Morrison Pet Shop Boys Soul11Soul Robert Palmer Tanita Tikaram Motorhead Primal Scream Spice Girls Boy George Live M People Eurythmics Lisa Stansfield Swing Out Sister Ray Charles Boy George B Witched Edwin Starr The Snake Davis Band Rose Royce Sister Sledge Tavares Odyssey The Three Degrees The Real Thing Mary Wells Ruby Turner Martha Reeves Eddie Holman Popcorn Wylie Chuck Jackson Syreeta Producers George Martin Dan Hartman Chris Porter M People Richard Niles Paul O Duffy Leon Silvers Leon Ware Dave Stewart Steve Anderson Jazzie B Steve Levine Ian Levine Will Mowatt Jon Douglas Film Scores With Dave Stewart Richard Niles Pet Shop Boys Sting and David Arnold TV Shows Personal appearances playing own music on The Tube and ITV Masterclass Later With Jools Holland National Lottery Show BBC Children In Need Eurythmics On Tour Good Morning Show Top of the Pops and The Paradise Club where Snake played himself in the series Theme Tunes and TV Bands Watching Jimmy s Pressgang Tonight With Jonathon Ross Pebble Mill and The Paradise Club Numerous TV and Radio Adverts Reviews Snake Davis has one of the most passionate Sax styles and simple bluesy approaches a la Sanborn heard in these Isles for a while TIME OUT A virtuoso saxophonist DAILY TELEGRAPH The saxophone cannot have been this prominent on a Wembley stage in years THE TIMES Snake is a joy to work alongside His musical skills have no limit in fact he s as free as a bird DAVE STEWART From raw power to a joss stick

    Original URL path: http://www.snakedavis.com/biography.asp (2016-02-10)
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  • Snake Davis - Saxology
    you can really crescendo blast let your horn ring and sing out I m totally spoilt now I ve got a music room at home where I can play out as loud as I want but when I lived with my parents I used to play into an open wardrobe full of soft heavy clothes keeping the curtains closed and hanging coats or blankets on the door Environment Vary your practice place from time to time if you possibly can Avoid playing too much in flattering echoey rooms like bathrooms and kitchens The blanketed dampened situation I mentioned above really makes you work to get a good sound Practicing outside is fantastic You hear your real sound with no acoustical coloring Time management Little and often Don t make excuses to yourself and your teachers Take your horn on holiday and outings and sit and practice in the car even if just for a few minutes Long note practice Do it Its not boring While you re playing long notes think about breath control dynamics intonation and sound quality Get the most from your college teachers It doesn t all come on a plate I had a sax teacher at Leeds College who was a wonderful player lovely man but not at all a natural in the class room He often came to lessons unprepared with no agenda and we d chat about life and knock off early Now I regret that I didn t come prepared I could have learnt so much more Like I said to you at the Pied Piper workshops ASK QUESTIONS Keyboard Skills If you haven t started already get some Even if you have no intention of ever turning professional some ability on piano keyboards is invaluable It ll widen your ears giving you better harmonic understanding and be invaluable for arranging and composing Notes and Downloads Item Download to new window Snake workshop at Heion ji At home with Snake Davis a workshop for 8 saxophonists Having lived worked and studied in Leeds in the 80 s you couldn t help but know about Snake Davis I first heard of him in 1989 through a colleage at work and went to see what all the fuss was about I instantly loved the sound In the 90 sand 00 s I discovered Snake again but this time as a much bigger and for me more remote musician He worked with major bands playing extraordinary and recognisable saxaphone rifts on chart topping music I took up saxaphone in 2010 not being able to read music or play any instrument I was 55 This took me into a huge terrifying exciting new world of musicians and bands and people from all walks of life who had discovered the common thrill of making music togeter In 2012 I discovered Snake again I took my son to see him at York Opera House It was one of the most creative and spine tingly shows I ve ever seen

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  • Snake Davis' Equipment: Saxophones, Flutes and Whistles
    bari out in Japan it s really brilliant and would be my choice if I was buying a new horn SOPRANINO A relatively new addition I have a 70s MK6 but I ve never played any other make so can t say it s the best etc MOUTHPIECES Tenor Brass I am currently using an ebonite piece by Ron Coelho an American maker Its called an RPC Find Rons details on the links page Trying Rico plasticover 2 5s on this Alto Freddie Gregory ebonite Mk4 super deluxe 7 Soprano RPC 65 by Ron Choelo Baritone RPC 65 by Ron Choelo Sopranino selmer no markings REEDS I use Rico Select Jazz on all horns 2S on soprano 2M on alto 3S on tenor 3S on baritone WALL STANDS Snake is really impressed with his new wall stands A great discovery Designed and made by Paddy Melis a sax wielding craftsman from the Netherlands See his range of wall stands at www locoparasaxo com SAX MICROPHONE I use an SD Systems STM 99 Dutch made has a great sound and well designed arm I ve tried the lot and this is the best Available through Lewingtons in the UK Repairs Phil

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  • Snake Davis Feedback Page
    tell us background and text plus the two main eyeline colours Photos While we wait for some more official Snake photos why not send us your gig photos of Snake I will do a thumbnail and a full picture of each image with a credit line I would ask that the pictures are reasonably clear and reserve the right to crop or adjust the images slightly if required Music files

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