4-7-19 Playlist

A little rain and a great early morning cruise through the blues, jump, R&B, boogie, early rock’n’roll and jukebox jazz.

We’re on Atlanta’s WRFG 89.3 FM every Sunday from 7:00 to 9:00 a.m. Eastern. You can listen anywhere over our free mobile app and WRFG.ORG.

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Here’s your WRFG Route 66 Playlist for Sunday, April 7, 2019

Hosts: John & Frankie Lee

Birthdays: Bessie Smith was born in Chattanooga, Tennessee on April 15, 1894.
Rosco Gordon was born Rosco N. Gordon III in Memphis, Tennessee on April 10, 1928

Song Artist Orginal Album or First Release Date

Can’t Stop Jonathan Doyle & The Four Charms The Horseshoe Bend EP 2007

TWA Jimmy Witherspoon Chess Records 1954
Hands Off Priscilla Bowman w/ Jay McShann’s Orchestra Vee Jay Records 1955
Flip, Flop, & Fly Count Basie & Big Joe Turner The Bosses 1974

Jump & Shout Erline “Rock & Roll” Harris De Luxe Records 1949
Dawn Patrol Haney’s Big House Herding Cats 2019
Booted Rosco Gordon RPM Records 1952

No More Doggin’ Rosco Gordon RPM Records 1952
An Old Brick Wall Kenny “Blues Boss” Wayne Inspired By The Blues 2018
Teardrops Van Morrison The Prophet Speaks 2018

Eyes Like A Cat Little Charlie & The Nightcats All The Way Crazy 1986
Flatfoot Sam Big Woody Garrett with Doobie Twisters Mr. Boogie Woogie Nighthawk 1992
Hot Sauce Boss Earl Bostic King Records 1948

Everything I Do Is Wrong Roy Milton & his Solid Senders Specialty Records 1948
Jump With You Baby The Red Wagons Blues Band w/ Lynwood Slim Jumpin’ With Friends! 2012
Kansas City Lou Rawls Black & Blue 1963

Whole Lotta Shakin’ Goin’ On Big Maybelle Okeh Records 1955

8:00 a.m. Tribute to Bessie Smith, the Empress of the Blues

Down Hearted Blues Bessie Smith Columbia Records 1923

Gulf Coast Blues Bessie Smith Columbia Records 1923
I Ain’t Gonna Play No Second Fiddle Laverne Baker Sings Bessie Smith 1958

Backwater Blues Dinah Washington Sings Bessie Smith 1958
Empty Bed Blues Mitch Woods w/ Maria Muldaur Friends Along The Way 2017

Aggrivatin’ Papa Lil Green & Her Orchestra RCA Victor 1947
Baby Won’t You Please Come Home Bessie Smith Columbia Records 1923

Gimme A Pigfoot & A Bottle Of Beer Candye Kane & Sue Palmer One Night In Belgium 2011


Swing Thing Kirk Fletcher with Vladimir Rusinov & the Jumping Cats Rhythm & Blues Cafe, Moscow, Russia 2011

Double Crossing Blues Esther Phillips w/ Johnny Otis Quintet Savoy Records 1950
Papa Ain’t Salty T-Bone Walker Atlantic Records 1955

Chicken Shack Boogie Amos Milburn Aladdin Records 1947
Rockin’ Boogie Joe Lutcher Specialty Records 1948

(Sign Off Music)

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

April 7, 2019

Thanks to everyone who came out for our first ever Jumpin’ with Route 66 party at Blind Willie’s Blues Club. It was a smashing success and raised a good deal of cash for our favorite radio station.

We also want to thank Marian D. for sitting in Sunday morning so we could be daisy fresh (yeah, right) for the big show.

You can hear Route 66 on Sunday from 7:00 to 9:00 a.m. Eastern on Atlanta’s WRFG 89.3 FM. Your independent community radio station is heard worldwide over our free mobile app and WRFG.ORG.

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Here’s your WRFG Route 66 Playlist for Sunday, April 7, 2019

Host: Marian
Birthday: Billie Holiday was born Eleanora Fagan in Philadelphia on April 7, 1915.
Note: You may notice an abundance of Louis Jordan tunes on the list, we did that because a tribute to Louis was part of our show at Blind Willie’s.

Song Artist Album or First Release Date

Night Crawlin’ Big John Greer Groove Records 1955

Jumpin’ On Sugar Hill Helen Humes w/ Buck Clayton Mercury Records 1948
Rock Mr. Blues Wynonie Harris King Records 1949
Double Dealing Daddy Dinah Washington Mercury Records 1952

Blue Light Boogie (Parts 1 & 2) Louis Jordan Decca Records 1950
Early In The Mornin’ Ray Charles Atlantic Records 1958

Ain’t Nobody Here But Us Chickens Clarence “Gatemouth” Brown Sings Louis Jordan 1973
Sing, Sing, Sing Louis Prima Strictly Prima 1959
Going Back to New Orleans Deacon John’s Jump Blues Featuring Dr. John Deacon John’s Jump Blues: Music From the Film (Cd) 2002

Big Fine Girl Jimmy Witherspoon Moderm Records 1949
Rockin’ All Day Jimmy McCracklin Modern Records 1950
It’s Your Voodoo Working Bloodest Saxophone feat. Jai Malano Texas Queens 5 2019

If You’re So Smart, How Come You Ain’t Rich Louis Jordan Decca Records 1950

8:00 A.M. Birthday Tribute to Billie Holiday

What a little moonlight can do Billie Holiday Billie Holiday (Lp) 1954

Blue Turning Grey Over You Billie Holiday w/ Tiny Grimes Aladdin Records 1951
Don’t Explain Southside Johnny Detour Ahead the Music of Billie Holiday 2018

Fine & Mellow Billie Holiday with Ben Webster & Lester Young The Sound of Jazz (CBS – TV special soundtrack) 1957

Them There Eyes Varetta Dillard Savoy Records 1952
Veal & Ham Pie Haney’s Big House Herding Cats 2019
Ain’t That Just Like A Woman B.B. King Let The Good Times Roll: The Music Of Louis Jordan 1999

Let The Good Times Roll Louis Jordan Decca Records 1946
Is You or Is You Ain’t My Baby Catherine Russell Alone Together 2019

Blues Is A Woman T-Bone Walker Imperial Records 1952
Kidney Stew Blues Eddie “Cleanhead” Vinson Mercury Records 1947
My Rough & Ready Man Annie Laurie Regal Records 1949

How About Rocking With Me? Piney Brown Apollo Records 1950
Okie Dokie Stomp Dave Gross You Don’t Love Me 2004
I’m Talkin’ About You Henry Gray Lucky Man 1990

3-31-19

A huge thanks to the good folks from Blues Dance ATL for joining us in the studio.

We hope YOU will join us at Blind Willie’s Blues Club from 2:00 to 9:30 p.m. this Sunday, April 7, for Jumpin’ with Route 66. It’s our first party to support WRFG, Atlanta’s independent community radio station.

You can hear Route 66 every Sunday from 7:00 to 9:00 a.m. Eastern on WRFG 89.3 FM. We’re heard worldwide over our free mobile app and WRFG.ORG.

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Here’s your Route 66 Playlist for Sunday, March 31, 2019:

Hosts: John & Frankie Lee
Birthday: Amos Milburn was born Joseph Amos Milburn in Houston, Texas on April 1, 1927

Song Artist Album or First Release Date

Sausage Rock Doc Sausage Regal Records 3256 1950

Be Ba Ba Le Ba Boogie Helen Humes & Her All Stars Philo Records 1946
Hey Ba Ba Re Bop Lionel Hampton Decca Records 18754 1945
Let’s Have A Party Amos Milburn w/ Noble “Thin Man” Watts & Mickey Baker Aladdin Records 3218 1953

I Done Done It Bloodest Saxophone feat. Jai Malano Texas Queens 5 2019 (Written by Amos Milburn)
The Honey Dripper Charles Brown Honey Dripper 1996

Dawn Patrol Haney’s Big House Herding Cats 2019
T-Bone Jumps Again T-Bone Walker Black & White Records 125 1947
Street Lights Little Esther Federal Records 12122 1953

Jack Of Diamonds Jesse Thomas Specialty Records 1951
My Babe Keith Richards Digital Single 2019
Route 66 Chuck Berry New Jukebox Hits 1961

One O’Clock Jump Jack Parker & Etta Jones Decca Records 9-29084 1954
Duet Count Basie The Complete Atomic Basie 1958
Goin’ To Chicago Blues Lou Rawls Black & Blue 1962

Things I Used To Do Ike & Tina Turner Her Man His Woman 1969

8:00 a.m. Tribute to Amos Milburn

Down The Road Apiece Amos Milburn Aladdin Records 161A 1947

Bad, Bad Whiskey Amos Milburn Alladin Records 1950
One Scotch, One Bourbon, One Beer Dennis Gruenling w/ Doug Deming & The Jewel Tones Rockin’ All Day 2012 (Written by Amos Milburn)

Roomin’ House Boogie Amos Milburn Aladdin Records 1949
Everything I Do Is Wrong Kid Ramos Two Hands One Heart 1995 (Written by Amos Milburn)

Bits & Pieces Clarence “Gatemouth” Brown Live From Austin, TX (1996) 2019
Lost Mind Johnny Adams Walking on a Tightrope – The Songs of Percy Mayfield 1989

Caldonia Louis Jordan Decca Records 1945
Don’t Save It Too Long (The Money Song) Julia Lee & Her Boy Friends Capitol Records ‎– F838 1950
Money Honey The Drifters Atlantic Records 1953

Sign off music:
Tag (You’re It) Little Charlie & The Nightcats Nine Lives 2005

Playlist for 3-24-19

Sister Rosetta Tharpe “The Grandmother of Rock’n’Roll”

Thanks to everyone who called in to support WRFG’s 2019 Spring Pledge Drive. Please join us at Blind Willie’s Blues Club on Sunday, April 7 for our first ever Jumpin’ With Route 66 party!

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Here’s your WRFG Route 66 Playlist for Sunday, March 24:
Hosts: John & Frankie Lee
Birthday: Sister Rosetta Tharpe was born Rosetta Nubin (or Rosether Atkins) in Cotton Plant, Arkansas on March 20, 1915.

Title Artist Album or First Release & Year

M Squad Theme Count Basie “The Music from M Squad” (Soundtrack) 1959

Oh Babe! Wynonie Harris w/ Lucky Millinder & His Orchestra King Records 4418 1950
Grey Hound Amos Milburn Aladdin Records 1952

Willie & The Hand Jive The Johnny Otis Show w/ Jimmy Nolen Capitol Records 1958
Good Rockin’ Tonight James Brown & the Famous Flames King Records 1967

Good Rockin’ Daddy The Knickerbocker All-Stars w/ Thornetta Davis Love Makes A Woman 2018
The Boys Are Back In Town Laura Tate Let’s Just Be Real 2017

Open The Door Richard Louis Jordan Decca Records 1947
T-Bone Shuffle T-Bone Walker Capitol Records 57-70042 1947

Cookin’ In Style Johnny Adams One Foot in the Blues 1996
I Just Want to Make Love to You Bloodest Saxophone w/ Queens All Together Texas Queens 5 2019

As Long as I’m Moving Ruth Brown & The Rhythmakers & Orchestra Atlantic Records 1059 1955
Corrine Corrina Big Joe Turner Atlantic Records #1988 1956

Drown in My Own Tears Aretha Franklin I Never Loved A Man The Way I Love You 1967

8:00 a.m. Tribute to Sister Rosetta Tharpe

Shout, Sister, Shout! Sister Rosetta Tharpe / Lucky Millinder & His Orchestra Decca Records 18386 1943

Don’t Take Everybody To Be Your Friend Sister Rosetta Tharpe Decca Record 1947 1947
How Far From God Van Morrison Roll With The Punches 2017
Didn’t It Rain Sister Rosetta Tharpe & Marie Knight with Sam Price Decca Records 48054 1948

Rockin’ At The Philharmonic Chuck Berry One Dozen Berrys 1958
Mystery Train Little Junior’s Blue Flames (Junior Parker) Sun Records 192 1953

Baby, What You Want Me To Do? Etta James w/ Shuggy Otis The Late Show 1987
Born In Louisiana Clarence “Gatemouth” Brown Live From Austin, TX 2019

Route 66 Eddie Tigner Route 66 2001
Candy Big Maybelle Savoy Records 1956

Texas Flood Roomful of Blues Roomful of Blues 1977
All Around The World Little Willie John King Records 1955 1955

Hole In The Wall Albennie Jones with Sam Price & His Rockin’ Rhythm Decca Records 48100B 1949
Zoot Suit Riot The Cherry Poppin’ Daddies Zoot Suit Riot 1997

3-17-19 Playlist

We celebrated Nat “King” Cole’s 100th birthday in style!

WRFG’s Jumpin’ With Route 66!  
We hope you can join us at Blind Willie’s Blues Club on Sunday, April 7 from 2:00 to 9:30 p.m. for a jazzy blues fundraiser to support WRFG 89.3 FM / WRFG.ORG, Atlanta’s only independent community radio station.

Admission is a donation of $10.00 or more at the door. This is a 21 and older event.

Here’s your WRFG Route 66 Playlist for Sunday, March 17, 2019
Hosts: John & Frankie Lee
Birthday: Nat “King” Cole was born Nathanial Adams Coles in Montgomery, Alabama on March 17, 1909

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Song Artist Album or First Release Date

  • Thunder Eddie Cole’s Solid Swingers w/ Nat King Cole Decca Records 1936 (Nat King Cole’s first recording session)
  • Sweet Lorraine King Cole Trio Brunswick Records 1944 (His first big hit)
  • Gee Baby, Ain’t I Good to You? Lavay Smith & Her Red Hot Skillet Lickers Everybody’s Talkin’ Bout Miss Thing! 2009
  • Straighten Up & Fly Right Eddie Tigner Route 66 2001
  • Got A Penny, Benny Nat King Cole Capitol Records IA-2080 1943
  • Don’t Get Around Much Anymore (Never No Lament) Duke Ellington w/ Al Hibler Victor Records 26610 1943
  • Crazy He Calls Me Billie Holiday Decca Records 24796 1949
  • Errand Girl for Rhythm Catherine Russell Alone Together 2019
  • Oh, Lady Be Good! Jazz At The Philharmonic (see notes) JATP – Philharmonic Auditorium, Los Angeles, July 30, 1944 1944
  • Ain’t Necessarily So Nat King Cole & Cab Calloway The Nat “King” Cole TV Show (NBC) 1956
  • Frim Fram Sauce Diana Krall Steppin Out 1993
  • Let’s Face The Music & Dance Ruth Brown A Late Date With 1959
  • Mona Lisa Kid Ramos Old School 2018
  • Route 66 King Cole Trio Capitol Records ET1063-1 1946
  • Baby, Baby All The Time King Cole Trio Capitol Records ET1016-1 1946
  • Nature Boy Dee Alexander Songs My Mother Loves, 2014
  • Blues (First B Flat Blues) (Parts 1, 2, & 3 Jazz At The Philharmonic (see notes) Norman Granz’ Jazz At The Philharmonic Vol. 4 1944
  • Careless Love (with dialogue) Nat King Cole & Eartha Kitt St. Louis Blues (sountrack) 1958
  • Calypso Blues Marvin Gaye A Tribute To The Great Nat King Cole 1965
  • Save The Bones For Henry Jones Ray Charles & Lou Rawls Just Between Us 1988
  • Orange Colored Sky Natalie Cole Unforgettable: With Love 1991
  • Smile Nat King Cole Capitol Records CL-45 14149 1954
  • Hit That Jive Jack Four Charms Flatland Boogie 2000

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

Notes:

Jazz at the Philharmonic:

“Lady Be Good”: Illinois Jacquet (ts); Nat “King” Cole (p); Red Callender (b); Lee Young (d)

“Blues (Frist B Flat Blues)”: Guitar – Les Paul, Piano – Nat King Cole,Tenor Saxophone – Illinois Jacquet, Lester Young, & Jack McVea, Trombone – J.J. Johnson

Playlist: 3-10-19

Daylight Saving Time returns and with it a clown car Sunday morning cruise careening through the blues, jump, R&B, boogie-woogie, early rock’n’roll, and juke box jazz.

Thanks to everyone who held on for the ride and especially those who gave so generously to #supportWRFG’s Spring Pledge Drive. Your dollars help keep #Atlanta’s only independent #CommunityRadio station alive and free from corporate influnences. Want to help out? Please call us at 404-523-8989 or go to WRFG.ORG. Thanks!

Here’s your Route 66 Playlist for Sunday, March 10, 2019

Hosts: John & Frankie Lee
Birthday: Lloyd Price was born in Kenner, Louisiana on March 9, 1933.

Song – Artist – Album or Original Release – Date

Apollo Theater Jump – Earl Bostic & His Orchestra – Gotham Records G-248 – 1949

Jump & Shout – Erline “Rock & Roll” Harris – De Luxe Records – 1949
All She Wants to Do Is Rock – Wynonie Harris – King Records 4304 – 1949
The “Beak” Speaks – Bill Haley & His Comets – Decca Records ED2616 – 1958

Rock Around the Clock – Sonny Day & His Knights – Arcade Records – 1953
Jim Dog – Porky Cohen With Roomful Of Blues – Rhythm & Bones – 1996

Night Time Is the Right Time – Aretha Now! – 1968
Woke Up This Morning – Arthur Prysock – Wing Records W-90016X45 – 1955
Nobody Knows You When You Are Down & Out – Louis Jordan Decca Records 9-29018 – 1950

Early in the Morning – Catherine Russell – Alone Together – 2019
Let The Good Times Roll – Ray Charles & The Count Basie Orchestra – Ray Sings Basie Swings – 1973

Route 66 – The Brian Setzer Orchestra – Next Generation Swing – 1998

8:00 a.m. Tribute to Lloyd Price

Lawdy Miss Clawdy – Lloyd Price & The Dave Bartholomew Orchestra – Specialty Records SP 428 A – 1952

Oooh-Oooh-Oooh – Lloyd Price – Specialty Records – 1953
Just Because – Candye Kane – Swango – 1998 (written by Lloyd Price)
Stagger Lee – Lloyd Price – ABC Paramount Records – 1959

Sing Sing Sing – The Boogie Kings – Disturbing The Peace – 2018
Sunday – Etta Jones feat. The Cedar Walton Trio A Soulful Sunday – Live at the Left Bank (1972) – 2019

Caldonia – B.B. King – Let The Good Times Roll: The Music Of Louis Jordan – 1999
Popcorn Plas Johnson – Rockin’ with the Plas – 1957

Your Cash Ain’t Nothin’ But Trash – The Clovers – Atlantic Records – 1954
A Pretty Girl (A Cadillac & Some Money) – Buddy & Ella Johnson – Decca Records – 1956

I’ve Got a Feeling – Bloodest Saxophone Feat. Diunna Greenleaf – Texas Queens 5 – 2019
That’s How You Got Killed Before – Elvis Costello – My Flame Burns Blue – 2006

I’m Your Rockin’ Man – Herman Manzy & His Orchestra – Fidelity Records – 1952
Reelin’ & Rockin’ – Chuck Berry – One Dozen Berrys – 1958

(You Get) Old If You’re Lucky – Papa Joe Grappa – Too White to Sing the Blues – 2005

Your RT66 Playlist 2-2-19

Our first show of February came complete with birthday salutes to Ruth Brown & Chuck Willis.

Listen to Route 66 every Sunday from 7:00 to 9:00 a.m. Eastern on Atlanta’s WRFG 89.3FM. Your independent community radio station is streaming worldwide over our free mobile app and WRFG.ORG. Call the studio (404)-523-8989

Hosts: John & Frankie Lee

Song – Artist – Album or First Release – Date

Overdrive – Big Joe & The Dynaflows – Rockhouse Party 2019

Rock Daddy Rock – Big Bertha Henderson – Chance Records 1952
Rock, Rock, Rock – Amos Milburn & His Aladdin Chickenshackers – Aladdin Records 1953
Don’t Want to Sit Down – O.V. Wright – If It’s Only For Tonight 1965

I’d Rather Drink Muddy Water – Lou Rawls – Black & Blue 1963
I’ll Take Care Of You – Ronnie Earl & The Broadcasters w/ Diane Blue – Father’s Day 2015

Atomic Baby – Linda Hayes – Recorded In Hollywood 1953
Rock H-Bomb Rock – H-Bomb Ferguson & The Charlie Singleton Orchestra – Atlas Records 1951
Fred McMurray – Civil Defense Spot: Family Fallout Shelter Booklet – Atomic Platters: Cold War Music From The Golden Age Of Homeland Security Single Warhead Edition With Bonus Tracks
Satellite Baby – Roosevelt Sykes – The Honeydripper 1961

I Found a Love – The Falcons – Lu Pine Productions 1962
This Little Girl’s Gone Rockin’ – Bonita & The Blues Shacks – Bonita & The Blues Shacks 2015
Hang Up My Rock & Roll Shoes – Chuck Willis – Atlantic Records 1958

What Am I Living For – Chuck Willis – Atlantic Records 1958
Big Heavy – Cozy Eggleston – States Records 1952
Blue Turning Grey Over You – Billie Holiday w/ Tiny Grimes – Aladdin Records 1951

8:00 a.m. Tribute to Ruth Brown

5-10-15 Hours – Ruth Brown – Atlantic Record 1952

(Mama) He Treats Your Daughter Mean – Ruth Brown – Atlantic Records 1952
Teardrops From My Eyes – Van Morrison – Roll With The Punches 2017
Too Many Men – Ruth Brown – Atlantic Records 1953

Wild Wild Young Men – The Knickerbocker All-Stars w/ Darcel Wilson – Love Makes A Woman 2018
Raise The Roof, Raise The Rent – Johnnie Bassett & The Blues Insurgents – Cadillac Blues 1998

Why Don’t You Haul Off & Love Me – Bull Moose Jackson – King Records 1949
Strollin’ With Nolen – Jimmy Nolen – Federal Records 1956
C.C. Rider – Chuck Willis – Atlantic Records 1957

Going To The River – Chuck Willis – Okeh Records 1953
Someday – Deacon John’s Jump Blues Featuring Davell Crawford – Music From the Film 2002
Blow Top Blues -Etta Jones feat. The Cedar Walton Trio – A Soulful Sunday – Live at the Left Bank (1972) 2019

That’s All I Need – LaVern Baker & The Gliders – Atlantic Records 1955
Just A Little Bit – Rosco Gordon – Vee Jay Records 1959

(sign off)

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

RT66 Playlist 1-27-19

We wrapped up January 2019 with birthday tributes to the great Etta James and Bobby “Blue” Bland.

You can hear Route 66 every Sunday from 7:00 to 9:00 a.m. Eastern on Atlanta’s WRFG 89.3 FM. Your independent community radio station is streaming worldwide over our free mobile app and WRFG.ORG.

Here’s your WRFG Route 66 Playlist for Sunday, January 27, 2019

Hosts: John & Frankie Lee

Deacon Rides Again – Big Jay McNeely – Imperial Records – 1952

I’ve Got a Little Boy – Ann Cole – Baton Records – 1957
Too Much Monkey Business – Chuck Berry – After School Session – 1957
Blueberry Hill – Fats Domino – Imperial Records – 1956

You Run Your Mouth & I’ll Run My Business – Louis Jordan – Decca Records – 1940
Gabbin’ Blues – Big Maybelle – Okeh Records – 1952
The Frim Fram Sauce – King Cole Trio – Capitol Records – 1945

Chicken Shack Boogie – Amos Milburn – Aladdin Records 1947
As Long as I’m Moving – Ruth Brown & The Rhythmakers & Orchestra – Atlantic Records – 1955
Turn On Your Lovelight – Bobby “Blue” Bland – Duke Records – 1961

Don’t Leave Me Baby – Duke Robillard – Duke’s Blues – 1996
Route 66 – Eddie Tigner – Route 66 – 2001

Hole In The Wall – Albennie Jones with Sam Price & His Rockin’ Rhythm – Decca Records – 1949
Stormy Blues – Billie Holiday – Savoy Records – 1954
Stormy Monday Blues – Bobby “Blue” Bland – Duke Records – 1962

In The Evening When The Sun Goes Down – Charles Brown – Aladdin Records – 1949

8:00 AM – Tribute to Etta James

Roll With Me Henry – Etta James Alan Freed R’n’R Dance Party Vol. 3 – 1956

Something’s Got A Hold On Me – Etta James – Rocks The House – 1963
Junior’s Boogie Rocket – The Hollywood Blue Flames w/ Junior Watson – Road To Rio – 2006
Good Rockin’ Daddy – Etta James – Modern Records – 1955

That’s How You Got Killed Before – Dirty Dozen Brass Band w/ Elvis Costello – The New Orleans Album – 1990
Shrimp & Gumbo – Dave Bartholomew – Imperial Records – 1955
New Coat of Paint – Ana Popovic – Trilogy – 2016

Sweet Little Angel – Otis Rush – American Folk Blues Festival 66 Vol.2 – 1966
Ten Long Years – B.B. King – Singin’ The Blues – 1956
Who Will The Next Fool Be – Bobby “Blue” Bland – Duke Records – 1962

Farther Up The Road – Bobby “Blue” Bland – Duke Records – 1957
Ain’t Nothin’ You Can Do – Van Morrison – It’s Too Late To Stop Now – 1974

Make Me Know It – Roy Milton – Specialty Records – 1954
Oh Why? – Little Richard – Here’s Little Richard – 1957
Hey Little Girl – Billy Wright – Savoy Records – 1951

She’s Got Me Hook Line & Sinker – Smiley Lewis – Imperial Records – 1956

(sign off)

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