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first single from upcoming Boo Boo Davis album

Yesterday we released

B&T 970 – Boo Boo Davis – Dirt Road (single version)

This single is a little appetizer for the upcoming Boo Boo Davis album. After a string of single releases of famous blues covers on KuvVer Recors it’s now time again for Boo Boo to release a new and ‘all original’ album. Like most of the previous recordings with Boo Boo we captured everything live in one room without any overdubs. Ten brand new songs and one new version from a song that was released earlier in 2002. The title of the upcoming album is TREE MAN and it will be out on Black and Tan Records later this month just before Boo Boo’s upcoming European tour in March 2019. 

The single is available on all digital platforms.

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pre order new Boo Boo Davis album now

CD B&T 045 – Boo Boo Davis – Tree Man

Will be released officially in a few weeks but you can already order your copy now and we will ship as soon as they get in.

Boo Boo Davis – Tree Man

After a string of single releases of famous blues covers on KuvVer Recors it’s now time again for Boo Boo to release a new and ‘all original’ album.  Like most of the previous recordings with Boo Boo we captured everything live in one room without any overdubs. Ten brand new songs and one new version from a song that was released earlier in 2002.

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review from the UK

ElectroBluesSociety feat Boo Boo Davis – Smokestack Lightnin ElectroBluesSociety feat Boo Boo Davis – Dust My Broom 

Here are another couple of download singles for KuvVer Records, again featuring the Mississippi bluesman, singer and harmonica blower Boo Boo Davis. He is in excellent form on Howling Wolf’s classic, ‘Smokestack Lightnin’, taken at the same tempo but with a slightly different accompaniment (though not too far away from the familiar version). This has a ghostly echo-like sound in the background; for those who remember cassette tapes, it is a little like when the reverse side used to “bleed through”. Boo Boo’s vocal is of course first-class! Similar comments can be applied to the cover of the Elmore James classic. There’s no doubt that’s the original inspiration for this rendition, with Jan Mittendoorp broom-dusting away on electric guitar, though even more to the fore is Boo Boo’s excellent, wild blues harp playing, making for another wonderful recording.

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new single ElectroBluesSociety feat Boo Boo Davis

today we released a new single on KuvVer Records

KR 608 – ElectroBluesSociety feat Boo Boo Davis – Evil

This is the fourth track from the recording session that ElectroBluesSociety did with Mississippi blues man Boo Boo Davis. Together they went back to the classic Chicago blues  and this time it’s another Howlin Wolf classic with a little ‘electrofication’

The track is released digital only and available on all download and streaming platforms

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US review new single ElectroBluesSociety & Boo Boo Davis

this is what EastPortlandBlog wrote about the new single

Smokestack Lightnin – ElectroBluesSociety feat Boo Boo Davis

This is so beautiful it hurts. This is live Chicago blues. I’m thirty years past Chicago and I’d swear I rode the Englewoood-Howard B Train tonight, shared a bottle of Christian Brothers on the down low and got clotheslined by “the Hawk” wind when I transferred for the Ravenswood line. Heaven on a bone, Smiffy’s Ribs, testifyin’ for the blues, the signal’s coming in strong, someone got set free tonight.

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new single ElectroBluesSociety feat Boo Boo Davis

today we released a new single on our sub label (KuvVer Records):

KR 606- ElectroBluesSociety feat Boo Boo Davis – Smokestack Lightnin

It is the second track from the recording session that ElectroBluesSociety did in October with Mississippi blues man Boo Boo Davis. Another classic Howlin Wolf song with a little ‘electrofication’. This song was another regular in the Davis Brothers Band repertoire in the 60’s and 70’s.

Released digitally today and available on all streaming and download platforms

 

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new single ElectroBluesSociety feat Boo Boo Davis

released today on KuvVer Records:

KR 605 – ElectroBluesSociety feat Boo Boo Davis – Tell Me

For this recording session ElectroBluesSociety went back to basics and teamed up with Mississippi blues man Boo Boo Davis. Together they revisited classic Chicago blues. For Boo Boo this was also a trip down to memory lane all these songs were regulars in the Davis Brothers Band repertoire during the 18 years that they were the weekend house band in Tabby’s Red Room, a famous juke joint in East St Louis.

They recorded seven songs and they will be released as individual singles during the coming months. We start of with a classic Howlin Wolf song.

Digital only and available on all platforms