WRFG Route 66 Playlist and Podcast for Sunday, July 19

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Here’s the WRFG Route 66 Playlist for Sunday, July 19, 2020


Louis Jordan
Louis Thomas Jordan
July 8, 1908
Brinkley, Arkansas

Original Album or Single & Date

Go Red Go
Arnett Cobb
Apollo Records 1947

This Train
Sister Rosetta Tharpe & The Sally Jenkins Singers
The Gospel Truth 1962

Gate Walks To Board
Clarence “Gatemouth” Brown
Alright Again 1981

Trouble In Mind
Amos Milburn & His Chickenshackers
Aladdin Records 1952

Deed I Do
Ray Charles
The Genius Of Ray Charles 1959

If You Love Me
B.B. King & Van Morrison
Deuces Wild 1997

Yes Baby
Big Mama Thornton & Johnny Ace
Peacock Records 1955

State Street Boogie
Don Johnson & His Band featuring Smilin’ Smokey Lynn
Specialty Records 1949

Dizzy Gillespie & His Orchestra
RCA Victor 1948

Don’t Want To Be The President
Kenny “Blues Boss” Wayne
Go, Just Do It! 2020

Please Send Me Someone To Love
Etta James & Eddie “Cleanhead” Vinson
Blues In The Night, Vol. 1: The Early Show 1986

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

Ain’t That Loving You
Bobby “Blue” Bland
Duke Records 1962

I’m Not Ashamed
Dylan Bishop Band
The Exiting Sounds Of 2016

8:00 AM Tribute to Louis Jordan “The King of the Jukebox”
(Details for Louis Jordan’s recording)

Let The Good Times Roll
Louis Jordan
Decca Records 1946
(#2 Pop)

Petootie Pie
Ella Fitzgerald & Louis Jordan
Decca Records 1946
(#3 R&B)

Pinetop’s Boogie Woogie
Pinetop Smith
Vocalion Records 1928

Open The Door Richard!
Jack McVea & His All Stars
Black & White Records 1947
(1947 #2 R&B #6 Pop)

Cole Slaw
Jesse Stone & His Band
RCA Victor 1949
(1949 #7 R&B)

Run Joe
Bloodest Saxophone feat. Lauren Cervantes
Texas Queens ‘5’ 2019
(1948 #1 R&B #23 Pop)

Early In The Morning
Buddy Guy
Damn Right, I’ve Got The Blues 1991
(1947 #3 R&B)

Junco Partner
Louis Jordan
Decca Records 1952
(Cash Box Regional R&B Chart – Top 10 New Orleans)

Don’t Let The Sun Catch You Cryin’
Dr. John
In A Sentimental Mood 1989
(1946 #3 R&B)

Roamin’ Blues
Louis Jordan
Decca Records 1949
(#4 R&B)

Teardrops from My Eyes
Ruth Brown
Atlantic Records 1950
(1952 #4)

Weak Minded Blues
Louis Jordan
Decca Records 1951
(#5 – His last “hit” record)

Is You Is Or Is You Ain’t My Baby
Buster Brown
Fire Records 1959
(1944 #3 Harlem Hit Parade #2 Pop)

Nobody Knows You When You’re Down And Out
Bessie Smith
Columbia Records 1929

I’ll Never Be Free
Ella Fitzgerald & Louis Jordan
Decca Records 1950
(#7 R&B)

Louis Jordan Resources
Biography @ Wikipedia.Org
Discography @ Wikipedia.Org
Bio & Discography @ AllMusic.Com
Discography @ Discogs.com

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