Horror of It All

Horror of It All


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Official Release Date May 19, 1998
Artist Cedell Davis
Genre Pop
Version  US
PAX-Code PAX0004983890
Item Code  0045778031511

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  • Manufacturer: Fat Possum -Red

track listing

Track # Title1. Coon Can Mattie2. Chickenhawk3. Keep on Snatchin' It Back4. Horror5. Come Here Baby6. Worried Life7. Cold Chills8. Mistreating Me9. I Want You10. If You Like Fat Women11. Toja Told Hitler

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Those who have fallen under the spell of the Fat Possum label's brand of raw, rocking Delta blues are bound to find plenty to like in the music of Cedell Davis. That said, Davis doesn't really sound like anyone else on the label...nor any other for that matter. His angular, atonal bottleneck guitar playing and garbled vocals are bound to offend many fans of slick, contemporary urban blues, but for a raw taste of the Delta you need not look further. Although the songs and performances on The Horror of It All rank a notch below those on 1994's Feel Like Doin' Something Wrong, it's still a strong outing. Davis goes it alone with his guitar on most of the tracks; joined only by drums on one song; and drums, bass, and second guitar on another. Yet, despite the sparseness of the instrumentation, the album offers more variety than most of the contemporaneous releases on the label. Davis veers comfortably from the type of hypnotic, droning blues favored by deceased labelmate Junior Kimbrough on tracks like "The Horror" to John Lee Hooker-like boogies such as "I Want You." Mostly, though, Davis sounds like no one so much as himself. As per usual with Fat Possum Records releases, even the most familiar blues on the album (e.g., "Keep on Snatchin' It Back, "Coon Can Mattie") are listed as originals, and one song ("If You Like Fat Women") is reprised from the earlier album. None of which matters, of course, when the performances are this spirited. Davis manages to make each of these songs his own. The Horror of It All makes a nice addition to any Delta blues collection.

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