WRFG Route 66 Playlist and Podcast for Nov. 8, 2020

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Here’s the WRFG Route 66 Playlist for November 8, 2020


Original Album or Single & Date

Night Crawlin’
Big John Greer
Groove Records 1955

Don’t Save It Too Long (The Money Song)
Julia Lee & Her Boy Friends
Capitol Records 1950

Ain’t That Good News
Duces of Rhythm & Tempo Toppers, lead Little Richard
Peacock Records 1953

Come Love
John Hammond
Ready For Love 2003

Atomic Energy
Clarence “Gatemouth” Brown
Peacock Records 1950

Rock Awhile
Goree Carter & His Hepcats
Freedom Records 1949

Rock with It, Baby
Jimmy Preston & Burnetta Evans
Derby Records 1950

Everybody Looks Good at the Starting Line
Diane Schuur
Running On Faith 2020

Barnyard Boogie / How Long Must I Wait for You by Louis Jordan and His  Tympany Five (Single, Jump-Blues): Reviews, Ratings, Credits, Song list -  Rate Your Music


Barnyard Boogie
Louis Jordan & His Tympany Five
Decca Records 1948
Cash Box Magazine Regional R&B Hit
in NYC, Chicago & Los Angeles
for five weeks in February & March of 1948

I Don´t Hurt Anymore
Fontella Bass With Oliver Sain Orchestra
Bobbin Records 1962

My Money’s Green
Little Charlie & The Nightcats
Disturbing The Peace 1988

Get a Real Job
Mike Goudreau & the Boppin Blues Band
Sweet Blues 2016

Airplane Blues
Helen Humes w/ Dexter Gordon
Savoy Records 1950

Reelin’ & Rockin’
Fats Domino
Imperial Records 1952

Calling All Fools
Frank Bey
All My Dues Are Paid 2020

Roy Brown’s Boogie
Roy Brown
Deluxe Records 1947

Music Memorabilia:Posters, LaVern Baker Roseland Ballroom Concert Poster (1959). Very Rare.

8AM Feature: A Salute to LaVern Baker
Born Doris LaVern Baker in Chicago, Illinois on November 11, 1929

Tweedle Dee
LaVern Baker
Live In Hollywood 1991
“Tweedle Dee” was Baker’s first major hit, reaching number four on the
Billboard R&B Chart and 14 on the Pop Chart in 1955

Easy Baby
Eddie ‘Sugarman’ Penigar Orchestra w/Lavern Baker
RCA Victor 1949
Baker’s first recording session

Lost Child
Todd Rhodes Orchestra w/ Lavern Baker
King Records 1953

He Roars Like A Lion
Merline Johnson
Bluebird Records 1937
Johnson was Baker’s aunt and the inspiration for her to become a singer

Gimme a Pigfoot
Bessie Smith
Okah Records 1934

Empty Bed Blues
LaVern Baker
Sings Bessie Smith 1958

Soul On Fire
LaVern Baker
Atlantic Records 1953
Baker’s first solo entry onto the Billboard R&B Chart

LaVern Baker Resources
biography @ wikipedia.org
discography @ disscogs.com
overview @ allmusic.com

How Deep Is The Well
Percy Mayfield & His Orchestra
Specialty Records 1953

Basie Goes Wess
Count Basie
Dance Session 1953

R.M. Blues
Roy Milton
Juke Box Records 1945

Walkin’ With Sid
Arnett Cobb
Apollo Records 1947

You Ain’t Goin’ To Heaven No How
Joe Liggins & His Honeydrippers
Exclusive Records 1946

Three For The Festival
Rahsaan Roland Kirk
We Free Kings 1961

Baby Don’t You Cry
Ray Charles
Sweet & Sour Tears 1964

What Can I Do
Duke Robillard & Friends w/ Chris Cote
Blues Bash 2020

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

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