Talkin’ about the kind of Moonshine that will get you out into the street trying to tackle an automobile, seriously! This song is not referring you to some fish tale…check it out. Take a listen for yourself.
Here’s a song that tells us know where rock and roll descended from. Right smack in the middle of the tune are two fine gentlemen having a conversation about a party. Then at the end of the song I realized that these same gentlemen are the same two playing the song WHILE they’re talking.
Now that’s rock and roll to me.
I’m not really sure if they’re talkin’ about the car, the wife, or the washing machine.Either way, it’s some good-sound advice.
Blythe And Clark – “Don’t Break Down” mp3
Moo moo moo. Moo moo moo moomoo moo moo moo. Moo moo. Moo moo moo moo Cow Cow Davenport on the piano. Mo moo moo. Moo moo moo moo…
Cow Cow Davenport – “Atlanta Strut” mp3
Here is some raunchy boogie woogie from ’29. I’m sure his style and delivery keeps a bartender busy on a Saturday night. I can only imagine how many women have their own particular memory of shakin’ that thing to a Romeo Nelson rag.
Sweet song Sugar! Makes me think about the morning dew drops in some alley as I walk home from a wonderful and enchanted evening. Thinking about champaign, dancing shoes, and a smile under a chandelier…
Albertville Quartet – “Workers For Jesus” (mp3)
The Albertville Quartet has that old time sound that reminds us of the advantage of rehearsing. Back in the good old days when there was hardly a distraction to keep us from what we wanted to do. Back before TV and telephone conversations, folks could spend quality time getting their work done. This quartet is working for Jesus.
The Boogie Woogie King has finally made it to PD2ten! And not a second too late, either. Born in 1887 as Albert Clemens, with a limp, his first chosen art was, surprisingly, tap dancing. But later became well versed in the 12 bar boogie-woogie piano genre. He worked with Big Bill Broonzy, and was later to influence Erwin Helfner. And that aint no monkey business, either.