WRFG Route 66 Playlist and Podcast – March 14, 2021

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WRFG ROUTE 66 PLAYLIST FOR SUNDAY, MARCH 14, 2021
Song
Artist
Original Album or Single & Date

Duck Soup
Orville “Fats” Noel
Hearld Records 1953

Chicken Shack Boogie
Amos Milburn
Aladdin Records 1948

House Rocker (House Rockin)
Paul Williams
Savoy Records 1948

Let Me Love You
Cat Lee King & His Cocks
Cock Tales 2018

The House Of Blue Lights
Ella Mae Morse
Capital Record 1946

Chonnie-On-Chon
James Brown & His Famous Flames
Federal Records 1957

Josh & Slim
Nico Duportal and His Rhythm Dudes
Guitar Player 2015

Carryout Or Delivery
Ben Levin
Carryout Or Delivery 2020

FEATURE – LOUIS JORDAN THE SOLO HITS FROM A TO Y – WEEK 21
How Long Must I Wait For You?
Louis Jordan & The Tympany Five
Decca Records 1948
It wasn’t a smash by any stretch, but “How Long Must I Wait For You?” did come in at number nine for one week in 1948, making it Jordan’s 35th solo entry on the Billboard R&B charts. Written and first recorded by Lucky Millinder in 1945, Jordan’s version
was the B side of “Barn Yard Boogie,” one of his biggest hits for that year.


Take Out Your False Teeth Daddy
Margie Day w/ Noble “Thin Man” Watts
Decca Records 1953

Osculate Me, Daddy
Etta Jones w/ J.C. Heard & His Orchestra
Victor Records 1945

Honky Tonk
Clifford Scott
Mr. Honky Tonk Is Back In Town 1992

Good Rockin’ Tonight
Roy Brown
Deluxe Records 1947

One Monkey Don’t Stop No Show
Jewel Brown featuring Bloodest Saxophone
Roller Coaster Boogie 2015

Wine, Wine, Wine
Floyd Dixon
Aladdin Records 1952

Diddley Daddy
Bo Diddley
Checker Records 1955

Just A Gigolo/I Ain’t Got Nobody
Louis Prima
The Wildest! 1956

8:00 A.M. FEATURE – A BIRTHDAY TRIBUTE TO RONNIE EARL
Born Ronald Horvath in Queens New York on March 10, 1953

Oh Baby
Sugar Ray & the Bluetones featuring Little Ronnie
Baron Records 1980
Oh Baby” was the first release for both Sugar Ray & the Bluetones and Ronnie Earl.

Long Distance Operator
Roomful Of Blues
Hot Little Mama 1981
Ronnie Earl Replaced Duke Robillard in Roomful of Blues in 1979.

New Orleans Shuffle
Roomful Of Blues
Hot Little Mama 1981

Past Sixty Blues
Eddie “Cleanhead” Vinson & Roomful of Blues
Eddie “Cleanhead” Vinson & Roomful of Blues 1982
During Earl’s tenure, Roomful of Blues recorded albums with
Big Joe Turner, Earl King, and Eddie “Cleanhead” Vinson.


That’s My Life
Roomful of Blues
Live At Lupo’s Heartbreak Hotel 1986
Earl formed his own band in the mid-1980s and left
Roomful of Blues to pursue a solo career in 1987.

Moanin’
Ronnie Earl & The Broadcasters
Blues Guitar Virtuoso – Live in Europe 1995

Good News
Ronnie Earl & The Broadcasters
Good News 2014

RONNIE EARL RESOURCES
Official Website
Ronnie Earl on Facebook
biography @ wikipedia.org
discography @ discogs.com
overview @ allmusic.com

Let The Good Times Roll
Ray Charles
The Genius Of Ray Charles 1959

I Don’t Want Nobody (To Have My Love But You)
Buddy & Ella Johnson
Mercury Records 1956

Annie’s Blues
Annie Laurie w/ Paul Gayten’s Band
De Luxe Records 1949

I Want You to Be My Baby
Doug Deming & The Jewel Tones
What’s It Gonna Take 2012

Is You Is Or Is You Ain’t My Baby
Buster Brown
Fire Records 1959

Whoo Whee Sweet Daddy
Veronica Lewis
You Ain’t Unlucky 2021

Willie the Cool Cat
Big Jay McNeely
Exclusive Records 1949

Milton’s Boogie
Roy Milton & His Solid Senders
Juke Box Records 1946

(sign off)

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

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