Internationally DAVE LAMBERT is no stranger either with gigs in countries and cities such as Japan, Miami, Dubai, Spain, Ibiza, Croatia, Germany and several others! DAVE LAMBERT also runs V-ESSENTIALS (www.v-essentials.com) as Managing Director and releases over 5 official compilations on a yearly basis. DAVE LAMBERT’s weekly radio shows are aired over +40 stations worldwide and reach over 20 different countries! On a production level, highlights include ‘Yeah’, ‘House In Play’, ‘Beep’, ‘S Vibes’, ‘Music For Peace’ (official Cityparade anthem 2009) and several others! His records have been released in countries such as Russia, Scandinavia, Eastern Europe, Germany, Swizz, Austria, Italy, South America, South Africa, US, Japan and many more! He has remixed records by Fedde Le Grand, Benny Benassi, John Dahlback, Maroon5, Mason, Thomas Gold, Ida Corr and loads more. For a full discography check www.djdavelambert.com www.djdavelambert.com www.twitter.com/djdavelambert www.djdavelambert.com/facebook www.youtube.com/djdavelambert www.soundcloud.com/djdavelambert www.myspace.com/djdavelambert 2. Dave Lambert (born 8 March 1949, Hounslow, Middlesex, England) is an English singer-songwriter and musician.
Best known as a guitarist for The Strawbs, and a former member of King Earl Boogie Band. 3. David Alden Lambert (June 19, 1917 - October 3, 1966), was a jazz lyricist, singer, and an originator of vocalese. He was best known as a member of the trio Lambert, Hendricks & Ross.
Lambert spent a lifetime experimenting with the human voice, and expanding the possibilities of its use within jazz. Lambert's band debut was with Johnny Long's Orchestra in the early 1940s. Along with early partner Buddy Stewart, he successfully brought singing into modern jazz (concurrently with Ella Fitzgerald), followed by his early multi-voiced efforts, like his Dave Lambert Singers session for RCA record's George Avakian, featuring Mary Vonnie, Sarah Boatner, Leslie Dorsey and David Lucas, which was made famous by D.A.Pennebaker's film "The Audition" and the Charlie Parker With Voices date which is a little known gem. In the late 1950s Lambert teamed with wordsmith, and vocalese pioneer Jon Hendricks. The two later joined with vocal great Annie Ross, and the lineup was a hit. After Ross left the group in 1962, Lambert and Hendricks went on without her by using various replacements, but the chemistry was gone.
The partnership ended in 1964. Dave Lambert died after being run over by a truck backing up. He was changing a flat tire on his car. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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