James "Boo Boo" Davis Appears on
||Blues at Midnight CD (2003) |
James "Boo Boo" Davis discography In several important respects, Blues at Midnight is what an album by a major septuagenarian blues singer should be. The production is straight-ahead and dignified, and very much in Bland's time-honored tributary about halfway between blues and ...
||Recovery CD (2012) |
James "Boo Boo" Davis albums Bishop Rudolph McKissick, Jr.'s fifth album, The Recovery, is a bit of a miracle. Following multiple surgeries on his spine, McKissick ended up with vocal cord paralysis, and it appeared his days singing praise & worship songs ...
||Intimate Worship CD (2007)
James "Boo Boo" Davis discography Audio Mixer: Wally Walton.
Recording information: Bethel Baptist Institutional Church, Jacksonville, FL; Watermark Communications, Franklin, TN.
Director: Tim Malone.
Personnel: Derrieux Edgecomb (piano); Trenton Phillips (organ); Jarvis Brown (keyboards); Mike Ferguson (bass guitar); James "Thunderbird" Davis, James Davis (drums); Rick ...
||I Made My Own World: The Kent Modern Recordings CD (2003) |
James "Boo Boo" Davis albums Vernon Garrett is a gravel-voiced soul journeyman, recording from the '60s until the present, never striking gold but always cutting soulful and often great sides. I Made My Own World is a collection of his work from ...
||Harpin' on It CD (1999) |
James "Boo Boo" Davis CD discography His tough harmonica work and shouting vocals show Arthur Williams to be a fine new talent on his first album for Fedora. ~Earl Simmons
Recorded at The Benton Park Studio, St. Louis, Missouri on December 1, 1998. ...
||Drew, Mississippi CD (2006) |
James "Boo Boo" Davis music CDs There's something very interesting going on here. Although the album's credited to Boo Boo Davis, he's only part of the equation, since it's others who bring definite hip-hop tinges to the music and give it a contemporary ...
||Ain't Gotta Dime CD (2009) |
James "Boo Boo" Davis songs The rough-and-tumble vocal style of Boo Boo Davis recalls the unrefined gruffness of a Hound Dog Taylor, Son Seals, or Elmore James. His harmonica is not as potent as peers or predecessors, but it is finely honed ...
||Can Man CD (2002) |
James "Boo Boo" Davis CD discography Recorded live on December 3 & 4, 2001.
Personnel: James "Boo Boo" Davis (vocals); Jan Mittendorp (guitar); Erik Spanjers (drums).
Recording information: Backstreet Studio (12/03/2001-12/04/2001); Wijk Bij Duurstede (12/03/2001-12/04/2001).
Photographer: Alex Vanhee.
Personnel: Boo Boo Davis (vocals, harmonica); Jan Mittendorp (guitar); ...
||Undercover Blues CD (2011) |
James "Boo Boo" Davis music CDs Recording information: NedRov Studio, Switzerland (10/05/2010).
Photographer: Karsten Spehr.
Personnel: Boo Boo Davis (vocals, harp); Jan Mittendorp (guitar); John Gerritse (drums).
Audio Mixer: Mix&Dorp.
||What a Time CD (2004)
James "Boo Boo" Davis songs Standard Screen; Soundtrack English
Full performer name: Pastor Rudolph McKissick Jr. & The Word & Worship Mass Choir.
Personnel: Rick Watford (guitar); Valerie Hill (piano); Alex "Charlie Brown" Hill , Derrieux Edgecomb (keyboards); James "Boo Boo" Davis (drums); Michael ...
||East St. Louis CD (2001) |
James "Boo Boo" Davis CD discography Recorded at Farmsound Studio, Heesum, The Netherlands in 1999.
Personnel: James "Boo Boo" Davis (vocals, drums); Larry Griffin (guitar); Arthur Williams (harp); Bob Lohr (piano); Roel Spanjers (organ).
Recording information: Farmsound Studio, Heelsum, The Netherlands.
Personnel: James "Boo Boo" Davis ...
||Snake CD (2004) |
James "Boo Boo" Davis albums The third album by St. Louis' Boo Boo Davis, 2004's The Snake, is a small departure for the singer and harmonica player. Where 2001's East St. Louis and 2002's Can Man were straight up old-school electric blues with a very strong early Chicago influence, The Snake hedges its stylistic bets by incorporating more of an R&B feel more along the lines of Robert Cray's soulful ...
||Name of the Game CD (2008) |
James "Boo Boo" Davis music CDs Recording information: Studio Silvester (06/2008).
Photographer: Jasper Mortier.
Personnel: Boo Boo Davis (vocals, harmonica); Jan Mittendorp (guitar).
Audio Mixer: Erik Spanjers.