Here’s Your Route 66 Playlist for Sunday, Aug. 6, 2017

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Here’s your Route 66 Playlist for Sunday, August 6, 2017
Hosts: John & Frankie Lee
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Birthdays:
Buddy Guy – July 1,1936 in Lettsworth, Louisiana
Gladys Bentley – August 12, 1907 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Rashann Roland Kirk – August 7, 1935 in Columbus, Ohio

Song – Artist – Album or First Release

WIllie The Cool Cat – Big Jay McNeely – Blowin’ Down The House (2016)

Hole In The Wall – Albennie Jones – Decca Record (1949)
Howling At Midnight – Wilis Jackson – De Luxe Records (1954)
House Party – The Cash Box Kings – Royal Mint (2017)

Repo Man (radio edit) – Steve Krase – Should Have Seen It Coming (2017)
Busted – Ray Charles – Ingredients In A Recipe For Soul (1963)

Crazy ‘Bout A Saxophone – Buddy Johnson – Decca Records (1956)
Crazy, Man, Crazy – Bill Haley & The Comets – Decca Records (1954)
She’s Love Crazy – Tampa Red – Bluebird Records (1941)

Bankrupted Blues – Kenny “Blues Boss” Wayne – Jumpin’ & Boppin’ (2016)
Money’s Gettin’ Cheaper – Mighty Blues Kings – Live From Chicago (1998)

American Bandstand (Thing) – Buddy Guy – Chess Records (mid 1950s)
Your Eyes – Delta Wires – Born In Oakland (2017)
June-Teenth Jamboree – Gladys Bentley – Flame Records (1953)

Money Honey – The Drifters – Atlantic Records (1953)
Red Hot – Billy “The Kid” Emerson – Sun Records (1955)
Triple Threat – Roland Kirk – Triple Threat (1956)

Alligator Meat – Joe Swif & The Johnny Otis Band – Exclusive Records (1948)
Shake A Hand – Faye Adams – Herald Records (1953)
Living Hand To Mouth – Rick Estrin & The Nightcats – Groovin’ In Greaseland (2017)

Tarzan & The Dignified Monkey – Willie May (Big Mama) Thornton & Elroy Peace – Peacock Records (1952)
Googie Woogie (Jungle Boogie – Mabel Scott – Exclusive Records (1949)
Signifyin’ Monkey – Oscar Brown Jr. – Sin & Soul… And Then Some (1961)

Money Talks – Roomful of Blues – Dressed Up To Get Messed Up (1984)
I Sat & Cried – Lynwood Slim & The Igor Prado Band – Brazilian Kicks (2010)
Three For The Festival – Rashann Roland Kirk – We Free Kings (1961)

If Heaven Don’t Play No Music – Roxi Copland – Bad Decision (2017)
Ain’t That Lovin’ You – Frank Bey & The Anthony Paule Band – You Don’t Know Nothing (2012)

Don’t Save It Too Long (The Money Song) – Julia Lee & Her Boyfriends – Capitol Records (1950)
Chicken Shack Boogie – Amos Milburn – Aladdin Records (1947)
Boogie’n My Woogie – Gladys Bentley Quintette – Excelsior Records (1945)

Sweet Home Chicago – Little Junior Parker – Duke Records (1958)
When My Left Eye Jumps – Buddy Guy – Chess Records (1962)

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