WRFG Route 66 Playlist and Podcast November 1, 2020

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Here’s the WRFG Route 66 Playlist for November 1, 2020


Original Album or Single & Date

Gil Bernal
Spark Records 1954

Battle of the Blues, Pt 1 & 2
Big Joe Turner & Wynonie Harris
Aladdin Records 1949

Satisfy My Soul
Bonita & The Blues Shacks
Bonita & The Blues Shacks 2015

Do You Mean It (Ike Turner)
Duke Robillard & Friends w/ Chris Cote
Blues Bash 2020

You’re Driving Me Insane
Ike Turner with Ben Burton’s Orchestra
RPM Records 1952
Izear Luster “Ike” Turner Jr. – November 5, 1931 in Clarksdale, Mississippi

Sweet Baby Of Mine
Ruth Brown
Atlantic Records 1956

That’s What Makes My Baby Fat
Joe Morris Blues Cavalcade w/ Faye Adams
Lowdown Baby 1952

78 RPM - Louis Jordan And His Tympany Five - Ain't That Just Like A Woman  (They'll Do It Every Time) / If It's Love You Want Baby, That's Me - Decca  - USA - 23669

FEATURE: Louis Jordan – The Hits from A to Y
(56 Solo Hits from Billboard & Cash Box R&B Charts)
Ain’t That Just Like A Woman
Louis Jordan & His Tympany Five w/Carl Hogan (guitar)
Decca Records (#1 for two weeks in October 1946)

L & N Special
Christine Kittrell w/ Her Band
Republic Records 1953

Mystery Train
Little Junior’s Blue Flames
Sun Records 1953

In the Dark (Junior Parker)
Shemekia Copeland
Uncivil War 2020

Black Nights
Lowell Fulson
Soul 1965

Honky Tonk (parts 1 & 2)
The James Brown Soul Train
Polydor Records 1972

Hard Luck Blues
Roy Brown & His Mighty Mighty Men
DeLuxe Records 1950

Barbados / Parker's Mood by Charlie Parker All Stars (Single, Bebop):  Reviews, Ratings, Credits, Song list - Rate Your Music

8:00 AM Feature: Savoy Records Survey, 1944 to 1956

Savoy Records is an American record company and label established by
Herman Lubinsky in 1942 in Newark, New Jersey. Savoy specialized in jazz,
rhythm and blues, and gospel music, and was the first label to release records
by Charlie Parker and other jazz and R&B greats.

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

He Knows How to Hucklebuck
Paul Williams & His Hucklebuckers w/ Joan Shaw (vocals)
Savoy Records 1948

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

If It’s News To You
Little Esther Phillips
Savoy Records 1953

V-Eight Baby
Tommy Brown
Savoy Records 1951

Take The Hands Off The Clock
Tiny Bradshaw
Savoy Records 1947

Bongo Blues
Dee Williams Sextette
Savoy Records 1949

Open The Door, Richard (Parts 1 & 2)
Dusty Fletcher
Savoy Records 1948
Comedian Dusty Fletcher performed “Open The Door Richard”
as a sketch in the 1930s and 40s
Jack McVea turned it into a song in 1947

The Charlie Parker All Stars
Savoy Records 1948
Charlie Parker’s only entry onto the Billboard R&B Charts
It peaked at #15 for one week in 1948

My Fault
Brownie McGhee
Savoy Records 1948

Jumpin’ Jacquet
Illinois Jacquet
Savoy Records 1946

What’s The Matter With Me
Albennie Jones & Don Byas Orchestra w/ Dizzy Gillespie
Savoy Records 1945

We’re Gonna Rock, We’re Gonna Roll
Wild Bill Moore
Savoy Records 666 1948

Wild Wig
Big Jay McNeely & His Blue Jays
Savoy Records 1949

Doggin’ Blues
Linda Hopkins w/ The Johnny Otis Orchestra
Savoy Records 1950

Big Maybelle & the Kelly Owens Orchestra
Savoy Records 1956

History @ wikipedia.org
Herman Lubinsky bio @ wikipedia.org
Savoy Records @ discogs.com
Savoy Records Discography Project
Savoy Records – Jazz Album Covers
Savoy Records – Spontaneous Lunacy

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

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