WRFG Route 66 Playlist and Podcast – April 25, 2021

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WRFG ROUTE 66 PLAYLIST FOR SUNDAY, APRIL 25, 2021

Song
Artist
Original Album or Single & Date

Honky Tonk – Part 2 Earl Palmer Drumsville 1961
Cadillac Baby Roy Brown De Luxe Records 1950
Going Back Home To New Orleans Joe Liggins & His Honeydrippers
Specialty Records 1950
I Must’ve Dropped Dead Haney’s Big House Hiding To Nothing 2021
Who Put The Benzedrine In Mrs. Murphy’s Ovaltine Harry ‘The Hipster’ Gibson
Boogie Woogie In Blue 1944
Jimmy’s Blues Count Basie & His Orchestra w/ Jimmy Rushing
Columbia Records 1945
Come On Over To My House Jay McShann w/ Maria Muldaur & Duke Robillard
Still Jumpin’ The Blues 1999
Oh Marie Denilson Big D Martins w/ Sax Gordon Denilson Big D Martins 2014

LOUIS JORDAN: THE SOLO HITS FROM A TO Y – Week 27

Jack, You’re Dead Louis Jordan & His Tympany Five Decca Records 1946
Originally released as the B-side of “I Know What You’re Puttin’ Down,” “Jack, You’re Dead” was Jordan’s 29th solo release to reach the top five on the Billboard R&B Chart. Written by Dick Miles and Walter Bishop, “Jack” was on the chart for 20 weeks including seven at number during the summer and fall of 1947. It also reached number 21 on the Billboard Pop Chart and was ranked number four on
the magazine’s list of “most played race records” of 1947.

The Boys Are Back in Town Laura Tate Live from El Paso 2020
Ain’t That Loving You Bobby “Blue” Bland Duke Records 1962
Mi Mujer Se Enojó (My Wife Got Angry) Jose Luis Pardo & The Mojo Workers
That’s Right! 2007
Worry, Worry B.B. King Kent Records 1959
P.D.Q. Boogie Porky Cohen With Roomful Of Blues Rhythm & Bones 1996
This Little Girl’s Gone Rockin’ Bonita & The Blues Shacks
Bonita & The Blues Shacks 2015
Harpthrob Big Chico …Plays Rod Piazza 2021
The House Near The Railroad Tracks Tommy Brown Regent Records 1949

MILBURN, AMOS | The Handbook of Texas Online| Texas State ...

ALADDIN RECORDS SURVEY, PART FIVE: 1950
Founded in Los Angeles in 1945, Aladdin Records was the most successful
R&B record label in the United States from 1948 to 1952.


Walkin’ Blues Amos Milburn & His Chickenshackers Aladdin Records 1950
My Baby’s Gone Charles Brown & His Band Aladdin Records 1950
Safronia B Calvin Boze & His All Stars Aladdin Records 1950
Just Cooling Lester Young Aladdin Records 1950
Shotgun Blues Lightnin’ Hopkins Aladdin Records 1950
I Want a Little Girl Johnny Parker Aladdin Records 1950
Sax Shack Boogie Amos Milburn & His Aladdin Chickenshackers
Aladdin Records 1950
Get High La Melle Prince w/ Calvin Boze & His All-Stars Aladdin Records 1950
Back Breaking Blues Big Joe Turner Aladdin Records 1950
Telephone (Operator) Blues
Floyd Dixon & Johnny Moore’s Three Blazers w/ Oscar Moore
Aladdin Records ‎ 1950

ALADDIN RECORDS RESOURCES
history @ wikipedia.org
discography @ discogs.com
Spontaneous Lunacy – Aladdin Records
Aladdin Records Story – Both Sides Now

The Further Adventures Of Nick Danger (excerpt) The Firesign Theatre
How Can You Be In Two Places At Once When You’re Not Anywhere At All 1968
Carryout Or Delivery Ben Levin Carryout Or Delivery 2020
Sweet Little Angel Etta James …Rocks The House 1963
I’ve Got A Woman Ray Charles A Newport 1958
That’s The Stuff You Gotta Watch Buddy & Ella Johnson Decca Records 1944
Let’s Go To The Snack Bar Clifford Scott Mr. Honky Tonk Is Back In Town 1992
(sign off)
Tag (You’re It) Little Charlie & The Nightcats Nine Lives 2005

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