This twelve-song collection is chock-full of arena rock riffs, catchy melodies, moments of lyrical humor, and tons of guitar acrobatics. Featuring the Texas blues revelation "(The Whole World's Done Me Wrong, But) My Guitar's Done Me Right", a tribute to the glorious music of "1973", & the six-string rollercoaster ride of "Ok...Who Let The Rhino In?"
Warning: Not meant for the weak of heart! A phonophobic is afraid of loud noises. If that is not you, then dive into Jason's forward-thinking offering of loud, raucous tunage! Featuring the radio rock-ready "Redemption Song" and the brutal riffs of "Alkaline". The deluxe edition of the CD includes six live bonus tracks.
Dubbed his "classic rock album", the songs on "Balance..." showcase Davis' muscular riffs and melodic sensibility. Featuring songs that have consistently appeared in Jason's live set: "Won't Be Waiting", "Prodigal Son", and the instrumental tour-de-force "Epilogue: The One-Forty-Seven Manifesto".
The debut album by the Jason Davis Band (with Joe Carpenter on drums and Jeremy Hull on electric and upright basses)! If you like your rock & roll sounding raw but with a flair of sophistication, this one is for you. Featuring the single "Sunshine", the acoustic "The Open Road" (frequently heard on Sirius/XM), and a remake of Jason's crowd-pleaser "Penguin '06". This expanded version of the album (available only here) also includes tracks not found on versions found on iTunes, Apple Music, Spotify, etc.
The essence of "Guitronica" = big beats, heavy riffs, blazing solos, and enough bloops and bleeps to make an EDM fan blush. Jason's first instrumental solo album takes you on a journey to the beyond. Featuring a number of songs found in productions on ESPN, NFL Network, TLC, and other networks needing edgy tracks.
Recorded in Pittsburgh PA, Einstein's Car featured Davis on vocals and guitar, Ryan Blair on drums, and the late John Lally on bass and Chapman Stick. Described by many as "ahead of its time", the songs on "Apocalypse" are probably the most adventurous of Jason's career, veering well into progressive and experimental rock territory. Humor does abound, however, in the form of the tongue-in-check alt rock "Monster" and what ended up being Davis's most requested song, "(Ugly Little) Penguin".
A warts-and-all recording taken from the band's May 2, 2014, performance at the Tramontane Cafe, Jason Davis & the New Philosophers (with Mitch Eckler on drums and Doug Flanagan on bass and vocals) plow through selections from Davis' previous solo albums. The performance was recorded direct to iPad using the Auria app and then mixed by Davis afterwards in his studio. Songs include "Redemption Song", "Won't Be Waiting", and the live version of the previously unreleased song "H.S.C." which has found it's way in programming for the NFL, MLB, NBA, and NHL.