WRFG ROUTE 66 PLAYLIST FOR SUNDAY, JULY 4, 2021
Original Album or Single & Date
Pachuko Hop Saturday Night Fish Fry Volume 2 2017
One O’Clock Jump Lambert, Hendricks & Ross Sing A Song Of Basie 1957
Someday You’ll Be Sorry Jimmy T99 Nelson Take Your Pick 2002
Deacon’s Hop Bloodest Saxophone Rhythm and Blues 2014
Around The Clock Parts 1 & 2 Wynonie Harris w/ Johnny Otis Philo Records 1945
Temptation Southside Johnny Grapefruit Moon: The Songs of Tom Waits 2021
LOUIS JORDAN: THE SOLO HITS FROM A TO Y – WEEK 37
Ration Blues Louis Jordan & His Tympany Five Decca Records 1943
Jordan’s sixth entry and third number one song on the Billboard R&B chart,
and his first cross-over hit on the Billboard Country Chart – where it
hit number one – “Ration Blues” hit a chord with listeners who were
dealing with rationing of consumer goods during World War II.
Jumpin’ in the Morning Deacon John’s Jump Blues 2002
Trouble in the Mind Thad Jones, Mel Lewis, & Ruth Brown
The Big Band Sound of Thad Jones, Mel Lewis, Featuring Miss Ruth Brown 1968
Blue Comet Blues Bill Haley & His Comets Rock’N’Roll Stage Show Part 2 1956
Ooh-Ouch-Stop Joe Turner with the Flennoy Trio Excelsior Records 1947
Oh Why? Little Richard Here’s Little Richard 1957
Rock Me To Sleep Candye Kane & Laura Chavez Coming Out Swingin’ 2013
X-Temperaneous Boogie Camille Howard & The Roy Milton Unit
Specialty Records 1948
Resolution Blues Dinah Washington Mercury Records 1948
TRIBUTE TO TINY GRIMES
Born Lloyd “Tiny” Grimes in Newport News, Virginia on June 7, 1946
Loch Lomond Tiny “Mac” Grimes & the Rocking Highlanders
Gotham Records 1947
A consummate jazz and blues guitarist and vocalist, Grimes hit his commercial
peak with the Rocking Highlanders in the late 1940s through mid-1950s.
The band was on the bill for Alan Freed’s Rock & Roll Coronation Ball in Cleveland,
Ohio in 1952, but authorities shut down the show before they reached the stage.
Most music historians concider the Coronation Ball is considered both the first
rock & roll concert and the first rock & roll riot.
I Miss You So The Cats & The Fiddle Bluebird Records 1941
Grimes’s first hit, he had been playing guitar for just 18 months
when he joined The Cats in early 1941.
I Ain’t Got Nobody The Art Tatum Trio Brunswick Records 1944
Grimes said he left The Cats & The Fiddle because their music was not
challenging enough and the pay was not high enough. He joined the
Art Tatum Trio and recorded several sides with them before going solo near
the end of World War II.
Tiny’s Tempo The Tiny Grimes Quintet w/ Charlie Parker Savoy Records 1944
Romance Without Finance Tiny Grimes Quintet w/ Charlie Parker Savoy Records 1946
Grimes recorded four sides with Charlie Parker for the Savoy Records
between 1944 and 1946.
Detour Ahead Billie Holiday w/ the Tiny Grimes Sextet Aladdin Records 1951
Grimes and his Sextet backed Holiday on several recording dates from the
mid-1940s to the early 1950s.
Still King Illinois Jacquet, Tiny Grimes, & Wynton Kelly The Blues; That’s Me! 1969
Grimes continued to record until the late 1970s.
He died in New York City in March of 1989.
Ice Cream Freezer The Blues Man & His Blues Band Juke Box Records 1946
No Money Rob Stone & Elena Kato & Hiroshi Eguchi Trio In Tokyo 2021
A Lover’s Blues Margie Hendrix Tangerine Records 1967
When A Woman Loves Her Juice Eddie Vinson & His Orchestra
Mercury Records 1946
Paradise Squat Count Basie Mercury Records 1952
Medley: At Last – Trust In Me – Sunday Kind Of Love Etta James
The Montreux Years 2021
Talkin’ Bout You Ray Charles At Newport 1958
Tag (You’re It) Little Charlie & The Nightcats Nine Lives 2005