Alabama Strut largely consists of solo instrumental tracks Cow Cow Davenport recorded in the late '20s and early '30s. The centerpiece of the collection are three different versions of "Cow Cow Blues" - including a vocal with Dora Carr and one with a cornet - but what really captivates is the fludity of Davenport's infectious boogie-woogie style. This is one of the best places to hear him play, but unfortunately it's a difficult record to find.
Alabama Strut This song is by Cow Cow Davenport and appears on the compilation album Cow Cow Davenport Vol. 1 (1925-1929) (1992) and on the compilation Before the Blues, Volume 3 (1996). I'll be your papa when your fever rise Play it Mr. Davenport Say what's that anyhow I don't know what it is but sure is good Oh do it a long time Oh play it now, play it We don't want no softie out in here Put your foot on it boy let's get away Say pass that. liquor 'round Now we're all gonna take a drink Man a that's wonderful Oh what a feeling, what a feeling Just once more for your mama Oh play it a long time Some piano player I'll tell you that Play it boy down to a low maul and a dusty gravy Oh do it.
Artist: Cow Cow Davenport, Song: Alabama Strut, Duration: 2:52, File type: mp3. №2827517270. Cow Cow Davenport State Street Jive (Take A). (play). Cow Cow Davenport Rooster Crowin Blues. Cow Cow Davenport Buckwheat Cakes.
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Violin – Leroy Pickett. B6. Gypsy Woman Blues. Guitar – Walter FennellVocals – Ivy Smith. B6 recorded in Richmond, Indiana, 6 June 1930. Back cover: All tracks feature Cow Cow Davenport piano with occasional speech and/or vocals. Rights Society: MCPS.
album Weekly Top. album Pop Hotlist. Cow Cow Davenport - Alabama Strut. Goin' Home Blues (Davenport).
Tracklist Hide Credits
|A3||Cow Cow Blues
Vocals – Dora Carr
|A5||We Gonna Rub It|
|A7||Dirty Ground Hog Blues|
|B1||State Street Jive - Take B
Vocals – Ivy Smith
|B2||Chimin' The Blues
Speech [Uncredited] – Ivy Smith
Vocals – Ivy Smith
|B4||New Cow Cow Blues
Cornet – B.T. Wingfield
Violin – Leroy Pickett
|B6||Gypsy Woman Blues
Guitar [Probably] – Walter FennellVocals – Ivy Smith
|B7||Cow Cow Blues - Take B|
- Graphics – W. Etherington*
- Mastered By – Ron Geesin
- Piano, Vocals, Speech – Cow Cow Davenport
NotesA1 to A2 recorded in Richmond, Indiana, 1 April 1929.
A3 recorded in New York, 1 October 1925.
A4 recorded in Chicago, 1 May 1929.
A5 recorded in Chicago, 22 May 1929.
A6, A7 recorded in Chicago, 25 October 1928.
B1 and B7 recorded in Chicago, 16 July 1928.
B2, B3 recorded in Chicago, 2 October 1928.
B4, B5 recorded in Chicago, c. January 1927.
B6 recorded in Richmond, Indiana, 6 June 1930.
All tracks feature Cow Cow Davenport piano with occasional speech and/or vocals.
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- Rights Society: MCPS