Genre: Jazz
Label: Sam
Size: 12"
Format: 33RPM,


The Nathan Davis Sextet Peace Treaty 180g LP

The Nathan Davis Sextet

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Limited Edition 180g Vinyl LP - 2000 Copies!
Remastered From Original Stereo Master Tapes!
Pressed at Pallas!

One of the first true moments of genius from saxophonist Nathan Davis - a mid '60s European session cut for the tiny SFP label - and a record that's even rarer than his early classics for MPS! The sound here is similar to the MPS sides - a mixture of soul jazz and modal jazz - served up with a bit more freedoms than Davis might have gotten on the US scene, and featuring a lineup that includes Woody Shaw on trumpet, Jean-Louis Chautemps on baritone sax, Rene Urtreger on piano, Jimmy Woode on bass, and Kenny Clarke on drums. The tight rhythm of Woode and Clarke is a nice counterpoint to the modernism of Davis and Shaw - Davis works a bit on soprano, which sounds especially great!


  • Limited Edition - 2000 Copies
  • 180g Vinyl
  • Recorded May 6, 1965 at Studio de la Comédie des Champs Elysées. Paris
  • Remastered from original stereo master tapes
  • Pressed by Pallas in Germany
  • Artwork using the original photos


Nathan Davis tenor saxophone, soprano saxophone
Woody Shaw trumpet
Jean-Louis Chautemps baritone saxophone
René Urtreger piano
Jimmy Woode bass
Kenny Clarke drums


Side 1:

  1. Klook's Theme
  2. Peace Treaty
  3. Now Let M' Tell Ya

Side 2:

  1. Sconsolato
  2. Ruby My Dear
  3. Kansas City Special

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