WRFG Route 66 Playlist and Podcast for Nov. 22, 2020

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Here’s the WRFG Route 66 Playlist for Sunday, November 22, 2020

Host: John

Original Album or Single & Date

Blow Big Jay
Big Jay McNeely
Exclusive Records 1949

Money Honey
Clyde McPhatter & The Drifters
Atlantic Records 1953

No Money Down
Chuck Berry
After School Session 1957

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

Midnight Jump
Memphis Slim & His House Rockers
Miracle Records 1948

New Flying Home
Lloyd Glenn All Stars featuring Maxwell Davis
RPM Records 1951

Third Degree
Eddie Boyd & His Chess Men
Chess Records 1953

You Played On My Piano
Duke Robillard & Friends w/ Michelle “Evil Gal” Wilson
Blues Bash 2020

78 RPM - Louis Jordan And His Tympany Five - Beware / Don't Let The Sun  Catch You Cryin' - Decca - USA - 23931

Louis Jordan & His Tympany Five
Decca Records 1946
Jordan’s 17th entry onto the Billboard R&B Charts,
“Beware” was in the top five for nine weeks,
peaking at number two in May of 1946.

What Love Can Do
Candye Kane & Laura Chavez
Coming Out Swingin’ 2013

Blues for Yolande
Coleman Hawkins & Ben Webster
Coleman Hawkins Encounters Ben Webster 1957

Feelin’ Happy
Joe Turner & His Orchestra w/ Mickey Baker
Freedom Records 1950
Let The Good Times Roll Dr. John Gumbo 1972

Hucklebuck With Jimmy
The Five Keys
Aladdin Records 1951

Good Golly, Miss Molly
Little Richard
Little Richard 1958

1975 Etta Jones and Houston Person Trio Concert Poster | Concert posters,  Concert, Trio


Blow Top Blues
Etta Jones & The Cedar Walton Trio
A Soulful Sunday – Live at the Left Bank 1972 (Released in 2019)

Evil Gal Blues
Barney Bigard & His Orchestra featuring Etta Jones
Black & White Records 1944

Long, Long Journey
Leonard Feather’s Esquire All-Americans with Duke Ellington & Louis Armstrong His Master’s Voice Records (RCA) 1947

Salty Papa Blues
Barney Bigard & His Orchestra featuring Etta Jones
Black & White Records 1944
Born in Aiken, South Carolina on November 25, 1928, Jones grew up in Harlem & began her career with the Buddy Johnson Orchestra. Jones made her recording debut with Barney Bigard & his Orchestra on December 29, 1944. The session was produced by jazz critic Leonard Session, which featured four of his songs: “Blow Top Blues,” “Evil Gal Blues,” “Long, Long Journey,” & “Salty Papa Blues.”

One O’Clock Jump
Jack Parker & Etta Jones
Decca Records 1954

Fine & Mellow
Etta Jones
Etta Jones Sings Lady Day 2001

biography @ wikipedia.org
discography @ discogs.com
overview @ allmusic.com
biography @ allaboutjazz.com

Red Bank Boogie
Count Basie & His Orchestra
Columbia Records 1945

Cadillac Baby
Roy Brown & His Mighty, Mighty Men
De Luxe Records 1950

3 O’Clock In The Morning Blues
Ike & Tina Turner
Outta Season 1969

Flip Flop And Fly
Downchild Blues Band
Downchild 50th Anniversary CD – Live @ The Toronto Jazz Festival 2020

Good Rockin’ Tonight
James Brown
Out Of Sight 1964

Ray Charles
Ray Charles 1957

Send Me Some Money
Varetta Dillard
Savoy Records 1954

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

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