Four Old Songs, EP

by The Budrows

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These are four of our favorite cover songs to play,
so we thought we should record them for you to
listen to as well. Blue Spirit Blues was made famous
by Bessie Smith. Roll n’ Tumble has been recorded
by many, but Muddy Waters is the man to credit.
St. James Infirmary is an old one, and there have
been many renditions done, but Louis Armstrong
brought it to popularity. Last but not least...
Cabbage Head...this song dates way back to old
Irish and English Folk songs, and has been done
by many people in many different forms, I hope
you enjoy ours. Thanks for listening.

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released 21 June 2013

Recorded in the garage 4/12/2013 and Mixed by:
Jonathan Jones, www.jonathanjonesmusic.com
Mastered by:
Mitch Davis, www.silverstainrecords.com

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The Budrows

The Budrows began as a two piece with Jason and his step-daughter Macarena. Jason playing his home-made cigar box guitar and Macarena singing. They played in So-Cal for two years as a two piece until after one of their shows in 2010 when they met a seasoned harmonica man named Jesse. Jesse was invited to jam and not long after, became part of the band, solidifying the swampy sound of The Budrows. ... more

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Track Name: Cabbage Head
First night I come home as drunk as I could be
saw a horse in the stable, where my horse oughta be
come here little wifey and explain yourself to me,
what's a horse doin' in the stable where my horse oughta be?

Oh fool, you crazy fool, 'aint you never seen
it's nothin' but a milkin' cow my granny gave to me

Second night I come home as drunk as I could be
saw a coat hangin' on the rack, where my coat oughta be
come here little wifey and explain yourself to me,
what's a coat doin' hangin' on the rack where my coat oughta be?

Oh fool, you crazy fool, aint you never seen
it's nothin' but a bed quilt my granny gave to me

Last night I come home as drunk as I could be
saw a head sleepin' on the pillow, where my head oughta be
come here little wifey and explain yourself to me,
what's a head doin' sleepin' on the pillow where my head oughta be?

Oh fool, you crazy fool, aint you never seen
it's nothin' but a cabbage head my granny gave to me

Well I've traveled 'round this world ten thousand miles or more
but a cabbage head with a mustache I 'aint never seen before