Greenwood curated a compilation album of reggae tracks, Jonny Greenwood Is the Controller, released by Trojan Records in March 2007. The album features mostly 70s roots and dub tracks from artists including Lee "Scratch" Perry, Joe Gibbs, and Linval Thompson; the title references Thompson's track "Dread Are the Controller". In 2008, Greenwood wrote the title music for Adam. Greenwood has cited influences from genres including jazz, classical rock, reggae, hip-hop, and electronic music. His jazz favourites include Lee Morgan, Alice Coltrane and Miles Davis
Jonny Greenwood has discussed the making of Junun, the new album he’s created in collaboration with Shye Ben Tzur and The Rajasthan Express, speaking in the new issue of Uncut, out now. The Radiohead guitarist travelled to the Mehrangarh fort in Jodhpur to record with the collective, in sessions documented by director Paul Thomas Anderson. The musical and visual results are out now. My role was overseeing production, explains Greenwood. Basically to sit in with the drummers and pretend we were accompanying James Brown and Miles Davis
John Davis is the twelve-song album released by former Superdrag vocalist/guitarist John Davis.
Songs in album John Davis - Strikes Again (1979).
Check out Jonny Greenwood's gear and equipment including the Vox AC30 Guitar Combo Amp, Fender Telecaster Plus (Duplicate), and Fender Telecaster Plus "Ebony Frost". Jonny Greenwood adquired this guitar in the early 90's. This guitar was stolen in Denver, 1995. But he reacquired in 2014.
Private John Davis (January 1, 1838 to December 30, 1901) was an American soldier who fought in the American Civil War. Davis received the country's highest award for bravery during combat, the Medal of Honor, for his action at Culloden, Georgia in 1865. He was honored with the award on 17 June 1865. Davis was born in Carroll, Kentucky on 1 January 1838. He enlisted into the 17th Indiana Mounted Infantry.
John Davis & the Cicadas return to Inman Square, this time with copies of the October release El Pulpo in hand. Guitarist Rob Noyes provides the 12 string wizardry and Cambridge vibe, while Durham NC's Evil English kick things off, featuring Rob Chamberlain of the Cicadas.
CreditsJohn Davis - Primary Artist
|1||Tobin's Favourite and the Monaghan Jig||John Davis||2:03|
|4||Blanchland Races and Lamshaw's Fancy||John Davis||2:03|
|8||A Brisk Young Sailor and Chloe's Trick||John Davis||3:24|
|9||The Boys of the Blue Hill||John Davis||1:06|
|10||Sonate Brilliante||John Davis||8:53|
|11||Little Doll||John Davis||9:13|