While under no circumstances a modern superstar or latter-day tale on the par with a lot of his peers, vocalist/pianist Walter Davis was being among the most prolific blues performers to emerge through the pre-war St. Louis picture, slicing over 150 edges between 1930 and 1952. Created March 1, 1912 in Grenada, Mississippi, Davis’ two-fisted piano design bore the weighty impact of Leroy Carr, although he was better known for his funereal vocal design. He first captivated interest upon relocating to St. Louis through the middle-’20s, and quickly made the to begin his many recordings for the Victor label. Despite its great quantity, his function — a lot of it documented together with guitarist Henry Townsend — was solid but unspectacular, eclipsed by famous brands affiliates including Roosevelt Sykes and Peetie Wheatstraw. Still, he liked a fair quantity of achievement before a heart stroke prompted him to go from music towards the ministry through the early ’50s. Davis was still preaching during his loss of life on Oct 22, 1963.