Alvin Davis
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Alvin Davis

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Band Jazz Adult Contemporary

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Discography

Let It blow 1992, Album
Radio Jazz
Morning Dawn
sundowner
cry for help
original sin
if you wanna
Hangin out
all my love
commotion album
try my love
chetto child
raileh bay
love for sale
till dawn
aotearoa
big time brother
without war
a blessing
spacebass
1999
take flight
time out
summer (the first time)
freetown moonlight
keep it quick
natural high
round the the clock
music of love
stay
turn the music up
chill a while

New album 2013
Dub the Jazz
Children of the ghetto
coolnation
get to know ya
magic touch

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All smooth jazz station across the world

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As a session player and music teacher, Alvin has worked with the likes of Andy Hamilton, Edwin Starr, The Foundations, Neville Staples (Specials & Fun Boy Three), Alton Ellis, Macka B, Jackie Graham, Nigel Kennedy and David Hinds of Steel Pulse. Releasing his debut album ‘Let It Blow’ (Sony Tristar 1992), was for Alvin; “an opportunity to bare my soul in the studio and fulfil my ambitions.” For the critics it was “an erotic mix of horn and sax with expressive sensuality.”

‘Let It Blow’ took Alvin around the world, with the album reaching number 4 on the American R&R (New Adult Contemporary) National Airplay chart, winning him the first round of the critical acclaim that has become a hallmark of his career on both sides of the Atlantic. The album also broke into the Top 10 of the influential Gavin A2 Adult Alternative chart in America. In fact, such was the Stateside success of ‘Let it Blow’ that Alvin was even a topic of conversation on the top rated US TV programme The Arsineo Hall Show, which can count likes of Madonna among its guests, and was also given a mention, on british TV, as,’ someone from the UK he’s been listening to,’ by none other than… Prince.