You're Always Messin' 'Round With My Man; 10. Hard Luck Blues; 15. Cow Cow Davenport, Vol. Davenport, who also made recordings under the pseudonyms of Bat The Humming Bird, George Hamilton and The Georgia Grinder, is a member of the Alabama Music Hall of Fame 1992 Preview SONG TIME ... More by Cow Cow Davenport. Boogie Woogie Blues; 14. Charles Edward "Cow Cow" Davenport (April 23, 1894 – December 3, 1955) was an American boogie-woogie and piano blues player as well as a vaudeville entertainer. He also played the organ and sang. His moniker comes from his most famous number, Cow Cow Blues. Charles "Cow Cow" Davenport discography and songs: Music profile for Charles "Cow Cow" Davenport, born 23 April 1894. Cow Cow Blues; 2. Sugar Blues; 7. Genres: Boogie Woogie, Piano Blues. Birmingham Blues; 6. Society Blues; 13. Davenport recorded this tune in several different formats: vocal with piano accompaniment, piano solo, piano roll, and with the unlikely ensemble of piano, cornet, and violin. Down And Out Blues; Hot. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Best of Blues: 1926-1938 [Wolf] - Cow Cow Davenport on AllMusic - 2000 - The material ranges from magnificent Cow Cow… Hurry And Bring It Home Blues; 4. Papa De Da Da; 8. Davenport didn’t cut a 78 record until 1927 although prior to that he made a number of piano rolls between 1925 and 1927 including three versions of “Cow Cow Blues.” Davenport briefly teamed up with blues singer Ivy Smith in 1928 and worked as a talent scout for Brunswick and Vocalion records in the late 1920’s and played rent parties in Chicago. Albums include Cow Cow Blues / State Street Jive, Violin, Sing the Blues for Me: African-American Fiddlers, 1926-1949, and Good Morning Blues: A Classic Blues Anthology 1920-1942. Gulf Coast Blues ; 9. The Fives; 16. Chicago Stomp; 12. Listen to Cow Cow Blues by Cow Cow Davenport, 15 Shazams, featuring on Boogie-Woogie Essentials Apple Music playlist. 2 (1929-1945) [with Sam Tarpley & Ivy Smith] 1994 Cow Cow Davenport - the Accompanist (1924-1929) 2002 Cow Cow Davenport, Vol. Low Down Papa; 11. Charles ‘Cow Cow’ Davenport is a unique and highly influential figure in the development of blues piano. Harlem Choc'late Babies On Parade; 5. 5th Street Blues; 3.