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  1. 9. Cincinnati Southern Blues - Ivy Smith/Cow Cow Davenport: Sixth Street Moan - Kid Cole: Hey Hey Mama Blues - Kid Cole: Hard Hearted Mama Blues - Kid Cole: Niagra Fall Blues - Kid Cole: Newport Blues - Cincinnati Jug Band: George Street Stomp - Cincinnati Jug Band: Tear It Down - Bob Coleman: Cincinnati.
  2. Charles Edward "Cow Cow" Davenport (Anniston, Alabama, April 26, - December 3, , Cleveland, Ohio) was an American ragtime and boogie woogie piano player, he also sang and played organ. Davenport started playing the piano at age His mother, Queen, was a pianist at the local church.
  3. Piano – Cow Cow Davenport: B1 – Cow Cow Davenport: Jump Little Jitterbug: B2 – Cow Cow Davenport: Gotta Girl For Every Day Of The Week: B3 – Cow Cow Davenport: Jeep Boogie: B4 – Cow Cow Davenport: Chimin' Away: B5 – Cow Cow Davenport: Hobron City Stomp: B6 – Cow Cow Davenport: Run Into Me: B7 – Cow Cow Davenport: Cow Cow's Stomp.
  4. OCLC Number: Description: 1 online resource: Contents: v. 1. 1 Oct. to 1 May Cow Cow blues (with Dora Carr, vocals) ; Alabama mis-treater (Davenport & Carr, vocal duet) ; Jim Crow blues ; Goin' home blues ; New Cow Cow blues ; Stealin' blues ; Cow Cow blues (take A) ; Cow Cow blues (take B) ; State Street jive (take A) ; State Street jive (take B) ; .
  5. Charles "Cow Cow" Davenport discography and songs: Music profile for Charles "Cow Cow" Davenport, born 23 April Genres: Boogie Woogie, Piano Blues. Albums include Cow Cow Blues / State Street Jive, Violin, Sing the Blues for Me: African-American Fiddlers, , and Good Morning Blues: A Classic Blues Anthology
  6. Cow Cow Davenport Vol. 1 () () Cow Cow Blues (with Dora Carr), Alabama Mis-Treater (with Dora Carr), Jim Crow Blues, Goin' Home Blues, New Cow Cow Blues, Stealin' Blues, Cow Cow Blues (Take A), Cow Cow Blues (Take B), State Street Jive (Take A), State Street Jive (Take B), Chimin' The Blues, Alabama Strut, Alabama Mistreater, Dirty Ground .
  7. “Cow Cow Blues” was one of the earliest boogie woogie records ever released, and proved popular enough to give Charles Davenport his nickname. Boogie woogie is a bluesy style of piano playing that features a driving, “eight- to-the-bar” (eight beats per measure) bass line, and it would prove very popular and influential across the.
  8. A single album released in by the Wolf label sampled his career from through The best general purpose collection of all, however, is The Essential Cow Cow Davenport, a non-chronological, track retrospective brought out on the Classic Blues label in
  9. Sep 02,  · Charles “Cow Cow” Davenport’s business card claimed he was “The Man that Gave America Boogie-Woogie,” and as Dave Van Ronk used to say, there’s no point in argument. He had as good a claim as anyone, and better than most. In , before any of the other great blues piano players got on record, he Continue reading Cow Cow Blues (Charles Davenport.

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