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Fenton Robinson & Larry Davis  - Fenton Robinson & Larry Davis download mp3 album
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Fenton Robinson & Larry Davis
Style:
Texas Blues
Released:
1970
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1538 mb
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1812 mb
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1526 mb
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Fenton Lee Robinson (September 23, 1935 – November 25, 1997) was an American blues singer and exponent of the Chicago blues guitar. Robinson was born near Greenwood, Mississippi. He left home at the age of 18 and moved to Memphis, Tennessee, where he recorded his first single "Tennessee Woman" in 1957. In 1959, he made his first recording of "As the Years Go Passing By", later recorded by several other blues artists. He settled in Chicago in 1962

Larry Davis (December 4, 1936 – April 19, 1994) was an American electric Texas blues and soul blues musician. He is best known for co-writing the song "Texas Flood", later recorded to greater commercial success by Stevie Ray Vaughan. Davis was born in Pine Bluff, Arkansas, and was raised in England, Arkansas, and Little Rock, Arkansas. He swapped playing the drums to learn to play the bass guitar

A1 –Fenton Robinson The Getaway A2 –Fenton Robinson Mississippi Steamboat A3 –Fenton Robinson Somebody Loan Me A Dime A4 –Fenton Robinson From My Heart A5 –Fenton Robinson Tennessee Woman A6 –Fenton Robinson Cryin' Out Loud B1 –Fenton Robinson Schoolboy B2 –Larry Davis Texas Flood B3 –Larry Davis I Tried B4 –Larry Davis Angels. In Houston B5 –Larry Davis Rock Me B6 –Larry Davis Woke Up This Morning. Tracks recorded 1957-1966. Original pressing of this came in plain white sleeve.

from Kansas City, MO. December 4, 1936 - April 19, 1994 (age 57). Biography. Anyone who associates Texas Flood only with Stevie Ray Vaughan has never auditioned Larry Davis' version. Davis debuted on vinyl in 1958 with the song, his superlative Duke Records original remaining definitive to this day despite Vaughan's impassioned revival many years down the road. Davis grew up in Little Rock, AR, giving up the drums to play bass. A handful of singles for Virgo and Kent and a serious 1972 motorcycle accident that temporarily paralyzed Davis' left side preceded an impressive 1982 album for Rooster Blues, Funny Stuff, produced by Gateway City mainstay Oliver Sain. But follow-up options remained hard to come by: few blues fans could find a copy of the guitarist's 1987 Pulsar LP I Ain't Beggin' Nobody.

His Japanese fans reverently dubbed Fenton Robinson "the mellow blues genius" because of his ultra-smooth vocals and jazz-inflected guitar work. But beneath the obvious subtlety resides a spark of constant regeneration - Robinson tirelessly strives to invent something fresh and vital whenever he'. .Both men made waxings for Duke in 1958, Robinson playing on Davis' classic "Texas Flood" and making his own statement with "Mississippi Steamboat. Robinson cut the original version of the often-covered Peppermint Harris-penned slow blues "As the Years Go Passing By" for Duke in 1959 with New Orleans prodigy James Booker on piano. The same date also produced a terrific "Tennessee Woman" and a marvelous blues ballad, "You've Got to Pass This Way Again.

Larry Davis - Larry Davis (December 4, 1936 – April 19, 1994) was an American electric Texas blues and soul blues musician. He is best known for co-composing the song Texas Flood, later recorded to greater commercial success by Stevie Ray Vaughan. In the mid 1950s, Davis had a working partnership with Fenton Robinson, and following the recommendation of Bobby Bland was given a recording contract by the Duke label. Davis had three singles released, which included "Texas Flood" and " Larry Davis (December 4, 1936 – April 19, 1994) was an American electric Texas blues and soul blues musician. He is best known for co-composing the song "Texas Flood", later recorded to greater commercial success by Stevie Ray Vaughan.

Larry Davis - I've been hurt so many times. Top Songs By Larry Davis. 1. I've Been Hurt So Many Times. 778. 2. How Could You Do It To Me. Larry Davis. 325. 3. Help The Poor. 283. 4. Penitentiary Blues. 264. 5. 102nd St. Blues. 200. 6. You'll Need Another Favor. 152. 7. Little Bluebird.

Tracklist

A1 Fenton Robinson The Getaway
A2 Fenton Robinson Mississippi Steamboat
A3 Fenton Robinson Somebody Loan Me A Dime
A4 Fenton Robinson From My Heart
A5 Fenton Robinson Tennessee Woman
A6 Fenton Robinson Cryin' Out Loud
B1 Fenton Robinson Schoolboy
B2 Larry Davis Texas Flood
B3 Larry Davis I Tried
B4 Larry Davis Angels In Houston
B5 Larry Davis Rock Me Baby
B6 Larry Davis Woke Up This Morning

Notes

Tracks recorded 1957-1966. Original pressing of this came in plain white sleeve. Later pressing has black and white artwork added to sleeve.