Eddie "cleanhead" vinson* eddie vinson - cleanhead blues - Eddie Cleanhead Vinson Discography at Discogs

Vinson's jazz leanings were probably heightened during 1952-1953, when his band included a young John Coltrane . In the late 1960s, touring in a strict jazz capacity with Jay McShann , Vinson's career took an upswing. In the early 1960s Vinson moved to Los Angeles and began working with the Johnny Otis Revue. A 1970 appearance at the Monterey Jazz Festival with Otis spurred a bit of a comeback for Vinson. Throughout the 1970s he worked high-profile blues and jazz sessions for Count Basie , Otis, Roomful of Blues , Arnett Cobb , and Buddy Tate . He also composed steadily, including "Tune Up" and " Four ", both of which have been incorrectly attributed to Miles Davis . [4] The aforementioned single-sourced claim is contradicted by the many times Miles Davis has been credited as composer on numerous recordings.

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