WRFG Route 66 Playlist and Podcast for June 14, 2020

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Here’s Your WRFG Route 66 Playlist for June 14, 2020

Original Album or Single & Date

Topsy, Part 2
Cozy Cole & The Alan Hartwell Big Band
Love Records 1958

Love Don’t Love Nobody
James Brown & The Famous Flames
The Amazing James Brown 1961

Million Dollar Secret
Duke Robillard & Sunny Crownover
Stomp! The Blues Tonight 2009

Never No More
Frank Bey
All My Dues Are Paid 2020

I Can’t Wait
Jimmy Adler
Grease Alley 2015

Sad Feeling
Lionel Hampton & His Orchestra
Decca Records 1950

Creeping (Late Freight)
Sonny Thompson Quintet featuring Eddie Chomblee
Miracle Records 1948

Get Yourself Another Fool
Johnny Moore’s Three Blazers / Charles Brown
Aladdin Records 3020 1949

My Babe
Little Walter & His Night Cats
Checker Records 1952

Annie Laurie
Tiny Grimes Quintet
Atlantic Records 1948

Heeby Jeebies
Little Richard
Little Richard 1958

Save The Bones For Henry Jones
Ray Charles & Lou Rawls
Just Between Us 1988

Too Much Boogie
Roomful Of Blues
In A Roomful Of Blues 2020

That’s A Pretty Good Love
Adrianna Marie & Her Groovecutters
Double Crossing Blues 2013

Shout The Boogie
Memphis Minnie
Columbia Records 1947

Blue Valentines
Tom Waits
Blue Valentines 1978

The CASH BOX R&B Charts
Week ending JUNE 17 1950

#10 After Hours Session
Frank “Floorshow” Culley & His Band w/ feat Van “Piano Man” Walls
Atlantic Records 1950

#9 Two Years Of Torture
Percy Mayfield w/ Monroe Tucker & His Orchestra
Hollywood Records 1949

#8 Mama Bring Your Clothes Back Home
Lowell Fulson
Swing Time Records 1950

#7 Anybody’s Blues
Amos Milburn
Aladdin Records

#6 Mistrusting Blues
Johnny Otis Orchestra featuring Little Esther & Mel Walker
Savoy Records 1950

#5 Pink Champagne
Joe Liggins & The Honeydrippers
Specialty Records 1950

#4 Hard Luck Blues
Roy Brown
DeLuxe Records 1950

#3 Every Day I Have The Blues
Lowell Fulson
Swing Time Records 1949

#2 Well Oh Well
Tiny Bradshaw
King Records

#1 It Isn’t Fair
Dinah Washington with Teddy Stewart’s Orchestra
Mercury Records 1950

Five Months, Two Weeks, Two Days
Big Bad Voodoo Daddy
Louie Louie Louie 2017

Let The Four Winds Blow
Eddy “The Chief” Clearwater w/ Los Straitjackets
Rock ‘n’ Roll City 2003

You Did A Number On Me
Kenny “Blues Boss” Wayne
Go, Just Do It! 2020

Lucky Lips
Ruth Brown
Atlantic Records 1957

Bad Boy
The Jive Bombers
Savoy Records 1957

Did You Ever Love A Women
B.B. King
RPM Records 1956

Cool Evening
Junior Watson
Long Overdue 1994

That’s What I Like
Julia Lee & Her Boy Friends
Capitol Records 1948

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Tag (You’re It)
Little Charlie & The Nightcats
Nine Lives 2005

Central Avenue Resources
Wikipedia – Central Avenue / Musical Significance
Curbed Los Angeles – Mapping the Jazz Clubs That Made Los Angeles Swing
Art Johnson – Author: Jazz History: South Central Los Angeles

Cash Box Magazine Archives
Regional R&B Charts

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