Alger “Texas” Alexander was a blues singer from, as his name suggests, Texas. Although he never played an instrument, his unique vocal stylings influenced a wide range of bluesmen. Recording sides for the Okeh and Vocation labels, “Texas” Alexander sung with some of the greatest blues guitar legends such as Lightnin’ Hopkins. “Range In My Kitchen Blues” was recorded in 1927 in New York and tells the tail of Alexander’s guest to find a “decent” woman while recording in The Big Apple.
“Range In My Kitchen Blues“ (play/download mp3)