WRFG Route 66 Playlist and Podcast for August 2, 2020

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Here’s the WRFG Route 66 Playlist for August 2, 2020


“Let’s Go Crate Diving Again”
Songs that have not been played on Route 66, in at least the last five years

Original Album or Single & Date

Head Hunter
Johnny Otis Orchestra featuring Peter “Guitar” Lewis & Big Jay McNeely
Savoy Records 1949

Tell Me, Daddy
Julia Lee & Her Boy Friends
Capitol Records 1948

Sadie Brown
Cousin Joe & The Sam Price Trio
Decca Records 1947

Houston Jump
Eddie Williams & His Brown Buddies w/ Floyd Dixon
Supreme Records 1949

Grandma & Grandpa
Jimmy “Baby Face” Lewis
Savoy Records 1948

Misery Blues
Jimmy Liggins & His Drops of Joy
Specialty Records 1950

I’ll Get Along Somehow – Parts 1 & 2
Ruth Brown w/ The Buddy Johnson Orchestra
Atlantic Records 1949

She’s Just Old Fashioned
Goree Carter, His Guitar, & His Rocking Rhythm Orchestra
Freedom Records 1949

Billboard Special
Tiny Webb & His Guitar
Modern Records 1949

Southern Menu
Stick McGhee & His Spo-Dee-O-Dee Buddies
Atlantic Records 1950

All For The Love Of Lil
Louis Jordan
Decca Records 1948

Help Me Some
Memphis Slim & His House Rockers
Miracle Records 1949

My Fault
Brownie McGhee
Savoy Records 1948

She Just Won’t Sell No More
Wynonie Harris
King Records 1949

Open The Door, Richard
The Three Flames
Columbia Records

Lester Leaps In
Nat King Cole, J.J. Johnson, Illinois Jacquet, Les Paul
Jazz At The Philharmonic, Volume 1
(Los Angeles Philharmonic Concert Hall,, July 2, 1944)

Adam Bit The Apple
Joe Turner
Aladdin Records 1950

Let’s Have Some Fun
Jesse Thomas & His Orchestra
Freedom Records 1949

Bongo Blues
Dee Williams Sextette
Savoy Records 1949

Mad Lad
Sir Charles & His All Stars
Apollo Records 1947

Baby, I Don’t Cry Over You
Billie Holiday w/ Tiny Grimes
Decca Records 1946

(Cherry) Red Blues
Cootie Williams & His Orchestra w/ Eddie “Cleanhead” Vinson
Hit Records 1944

Riding High
Roy Brown & His Mighty, Mighty Men
De Luxe Records 1949

Empty Arms Blues
Amos Milburn
Aladdin Records 1949

Bobby Sox Blues
T-Bone Walker with Jack McVea’s All Stars
Black & White Records 1947

Three Bips & A Bop
Blue Note Records 1947

The Charlie Parker All Stars
Savoy Records 1948

Annie Ross & the Gigi Gryce Orchestra
Prestige Records 1954

Please Don’t Take Your Love Away From Me
Joe Morris & His Orchestra w/ Laurie Tate
Atlantic Records 1951

(Sign Off)

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

Crate Diving Resources

Cash Box Archives: Regional R&B Charts
Internet Archive: Cash Box Magazine
Spontaneous Lunacy ~ The History Of Rock ‘N’ Roll – Song By Song
Joel Whitburn Presents Top R&B Singles 1942-1999 Billboard

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