WRFG Route 66 Playlist and Podcast Sunday, May 28, 2022

RFG Route 66 celebrates a bygone time when blues, jazz, and R&B blended
together, often in the same song. The focus is on the music of the Jump Blues
and Early Rock’n’Roll Eras (1940s to mid-1950s) and on how those styles
have evolved over the years.

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Original Album or Single & Date

T-Bone Jumps Again Johnny Big Stone & the Blues Workers
…Plays T-Bone Walker 2021
Hurry, Hurry Baby Lucky Millinder & His Orchestra w/ Wynonie Harris
Decca Records 1944
Mop-Mop Louis Jordan & His Tympany Five Decca Records 1944
Daddy, Daddy Savannah Churchill Manor Records 1945
Run Joe Bloodest Saxophone Texas Queens 5 2019
Caravan Duke Ellington The Popular… 1967
Don’t Get Around Much Anymore Natalie Cole
Unforgettable: With Love 2008
Tonight’s The Night Julia Lee Capitol Records 1949
Shake It Up & Go B.B. King R.P.M. Records 1952
One Scotch, One Bourbon, One Beer Delbert McClinton
Outdated Emotion 2022
Oop-Pop-A-Da Three Bips & A Bop Blue Note Records 1947
Walkin’ With Mr Lee Porky Cohen w/ Roomful Of Blues
Rhythm & Bones 1996
After While Kenny “Blues Boss” Wayne
Blues From Chicago To Paris 2022
Nice Work If You Can Get It Billie Holiday Velvet Mood 1956
I Want You To Be My Baby Kevin Mark Rolling The Dice 2004
St. James Infirmary Lou Rawls Black & Blue 1963

Born Aaron Thibeaux Walker in Linden, Texas, on May 28, 1910,
T-Bone Walker was an American blues musician, composer, songwriter,
and bandleader, who was a pioneer and innovator of the jump blues,
West Coast blues, and electric blues sounds.- Wikipedia

Call It Stormy Monday (But Tuesday Is Just As Bad)
T-Bone Walker Black & White Records 1947
T-Bone’s best know song and his second national hit under his own name.

Riffette Freddie Slack & His Orchestra Capitol Records 1943
T-Bone first appeared on the nation R&B chart as the lead guitarist
for Freddie Slack & His Orchestra.

Bobby Sox Blues T-Bone Walker with Jack McVea’s All Stars
Black & White Records 1947
T-Bone’s first solo hit, peaking at number three in January of 1947.

Blues Ain’t Nothin’ But A Woman Helen Humes w/ T-Bone Walker
American Folk & Blues Festival (German TV) 1962
Baby Ain’t I Good To You T-Bone Walker I Want A Little Girl 1968
Somebody Sure Has Got to Go
Eddie “Cleanhead” Vinson w/ T-Bone Walker & Jay McShann
Kidney Stew Is Fine 1969
Goin’ to Chicago Blues T-Bone Walker w/ Jazz At The Philharmonic
J.A.T.P. In London 1969
By the end of the 1950s, T-Bone Walker’s career was slowing down, but he kept going. During the 1960s he performed and served as master of ceremonies for the touring American Folk and Blues Festival, he also performed with Norman Grant’s
Jazz at the Philharmonic, and kept recording, both under his own name
and in collaboration with other jump blues greats.

Biography @ wikipedia.org
Discography @ discogs.com
Rock & Roll Hall of Fame

Go Red Go Arnett Cobb Apollo Records 1947
That Was Your Last Mistake Amos Milburn & His Aladdin Chickenshackers
Aladdin Records 1951
Trouble In Mind The Duke Robillard Band
They Called It Rhythm & Blues 2022
Get On The Right Track Baby Ray Charles Yes Indeed! 1958
Latino Johnny Hodges & His Orchestra The Blues 1956
A Lover’s Blues Margie Hendrix Tangerine Records 1967

Born Miles Dewey Davis III in Alton, Illinois on May 26, 1926, Miles Davis first
entered a recording studio in 1945, after replacing Dizzy Gillepie as the trumpet
player in Charlie Parker’s band.

Now’s The Time Charlie Parker’s Re-Boppers Savoy Records 1945

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