Mabel Scott

Mabel Scott, born (30 April 1915 in Richmond, Virginia, USA; died 19 July 2000 in Los Angeles), was an American gospel music and R&B vocalist. Hailing from Richmond, Virginia, Mabel Scott resided in New York and Cleveland before arriving on the West Coast blues scene in 1942. Mabel is probably remembered more for her 1948 hits Elevator Boogie and Boogie Woogie Santa Claus than for her 1949-1951 marriage to the featured piano player of Elevator Boogie, Charles Brown of Johnny Moore's Three Blazers. Details siehe:

Boogie Woogie Choo Choo Train

Mr Fine

Mabel Blues

No More Crying Blues

Shut Eye

Somebody Goofed!

Wailin' Daddy

Take Me Love


Fool Burro

Just The Way You Are

Catch 'Em Young, Treat 'Em Rough, Tell 'Em Nothin'

Subway Blues