Cow Cow Davenport Complete Recorded Works, Volume 2 (May 22, 1929-1945) [Austrian Import]
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- by Cow Cow Davenport ~ Complete Recorded Works, Volume 4 (The Arrangements) [Austrian Import] ~ $21.49
- Released: June 2, 1994
- Label: Document
- 1.We Gonna Rub It
- 2.Texas Shout
- 3.Mama Don't Allow No Easy Riders Here
- 4.Slum Gullion Stomp
- 5.It's Just All Right
- 6.Everybody Likes That Thing
- 7.He Don't Mean Me No Harm
- 8.You Got Another Thought Coming to You
- 9.Now She Gives It Away
- 10.Don't You Loud Mouth Me
- 11.I Ain't No Ice Man
- 12.The Mess Is Here
- 13.Railroad Blues
- 14.That'll Get It
- 15.Jump Little Jitterbug
- 16.Gotta Girl for Every Day If the Week
- 17.Jeep Boogie
- 18.Chimin' Away
- 19.Hobson City Stomp
- 20.Run into Me
- 21."Cow Cow's" Stomp
- 22.Gin Mill Stomp
Personnel includes: Cow Cow Davenport (vocals, piano); Teddy Bunn (vocals, guitar); Sam Tarpley, Ivy Smith (vocals); Joe Bishop (flugelhorn); Sammy Price (piano); Richard Fullbright (bass).
Digitally remastered by Gerhard Wessely (Soundborn Studios, Vienna, Austria).
Personnel: Cow Cow Davenport (piano, organ); Teddy Bunn (vocals, guitar); Ivy Smith (vocals); Joe Bishop (flugelhorn); Sammy Price (piano).
Liner Note Author: Mike Rowe.
Recording information: Chicagi IL (05/22/1929-??/??/1945); New York NY (05/22/1929-??/??/1945); Richmond IN (05/22/1929-??/??/1945).
The second half of the Cow Cow Davenport story (the two Document CDs in this series have all of his recordings as a leader) features Davenport in a variety of settings: solo in 1929; sharing vocal duets with Sam Tarpley and Ivy Smith during 1929-30; sticking to vocalizing on a lone date from 1938; and performing eight selections (six of which are piano solos) in 1945 for what would be his final recordings. Although Cow Cow Davenport ended up quite destitute and forgotten, his music was generally quite joyous, and he was certainly a fine, underrated pianist. Among the more memorable selections on this recommended disc are "Mama Don't Allow No Easy Riders," "Everybody Likes That Thing," "The Mess Is Here," "Jeep Boogie" and "Hobson City Stomp." ~ Scott Yanow
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