Your WRFG Route 66 Playlist for Sept. 3, 2017

No big birthdays this week, just a smooth holiday weekend cruise through the blues, jump, R&B, boogie-woogie, early rock’n’roll, and jukebox jazz. Can’t beat that with a stick.

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Here’s your WRFG Route 66 Playlist for Sunday, September 3, 2017

Hosts: John & Frankie Lee
Song – Artist – Album or First Release

Bullfrog Hop – Big Bill Kornegay – Dot Records (1956)

Let’s Ride! Ride! Ride! – Jack McVea – Combo Records (1954)
Mystery Train – Little Junior’s Blue Flames (Junior Parker) – Sun Records (1953)
Down Bound Train – Chuck Berry – After School Sessions (1957)

Ay La Bah – Dolly Cooper & The Flairs – Modern Records (1955)
Blues Got Blues – Al Basile – Quiet Money (2017)
New Coat Of Paint – Ana Popovic – Trilogy (2016)

Muddy Jumps One – Muddy Waters – Aristocrat Records (1948)
Your Natural Charms – Dylan Bishop Band – The Exciting Sounds Of… (2016)
Are You Satisfied? – Ann Cole featuring Mickey Baker – Baton Records (1955)

Don’t Deny Me – John Mayall – Talk About That (2017)
Texas Flood – Roomful Of Blues – Roomful Of Blues (aka The First Album) (1977)

Cornbread & Lima Beans – Jimmy Adler – Grease Alley (2015)
Did You Ever Love A Woman – Gatemouth Moore – Gilmore’s Chez Paree Records (1944)
T-Bone Boogie – T-Bone Walker – Rhumboogie Records (1945)

Deacon Jones – Louis Jordan – Decca Records (1944)
The Deacon Moves In – Little Esther & The Dominos – Federal Records (1951)
Little Rockin’ Deacon – Plas Johnson, His Saxophone & Orchestra – Capitol Records (1957)

Fare Thee Well, Deacon Jones, Fare Thee Well – Bull Moose Jackson – King Records (1948)
I Won’t Wear Flats (To Your Funeral) – Eight O’Five Jive – Swing Set (2017)
Dead & Lovely – Southside Johnny & LaBamba’s Big Band – Grapefruit Moon: The Songs Of Tom Waits (2008)

Who Put The Benzedrine In Mrs. Murphy’s Ovaltine – Harry “The Hipster” Gibson – Boogie Woogie In Blue (1944)
The Stuff You Gotta Watch – Magic Dick & Jay Geils – Bluestime (1994)

(Every Time I Hear) That Mellow Saxophone – Brian Setzer Orchestra – Guitar Slinger (1996)
Haymaker Hop – Nick Moss Band – From The Root To The Fruit (2016)

Big Town – Roy Brown & His Mighty Men – De Luxe Records (1951)
Who Said Shorty Wasn’t Coming Back – Lucky Millander – Top Cat Records (1955)
The Boys Are Back In Town – Laura Tate – Let’s Just Be Real (2017)

Call The Police – (Nat) King Cole Trio – Decca Records (1941)
All Night Long – Mel Walker with the Johnny Johnny Otis Orchestra – Savoy Records (1951)
Please Mr. Jailer – Wynona Carr – Specialty Records (1956)

I Sold My Heart To The Junkman – Etta Jones with Barney Birard & His Orchestra – RCA Victor (1947)

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