Gabriel's Tin Pan Alley (Music)
Mon Feb 7th 2011 12.00am–3.00am
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The Philadelphia Orchestra, Eugene Ormandy conducting “1812 Overture (finale)” from 1812 Overture (Columbia) —Hound Dog Brown is filling in for Gabriel, and I mean The Man, due to icy conditions which he preferred to avoid tonight.Buy it!
Muddy Waters “Got My Mojo Working” from After Hours - Live at Lincoln Center (Columbia River Entertainment Group 1998)Buy it!
The Blues Brothers “Peter Gunn Theme” from Blues Brothers Original Soundtrack (Atlantic)Buy it!
Little Richard “Directly from My Heart” from The Essential Little Richard (Specialty Records 1985)Buy it!
Chuck Berry “Reelin' and Rockin'” from Chess Box (Chess 2008)Buy it!
Gabriel “I'm Gabriel” from Gabriel: The Flock-Rocker (Crown Prince of the Blues) (Norman 2010) —The MAN, himself, tearin' it up on trumpet and vocal.Buy it!
Muddy Waters “Rollin' Stone” from Martin Scorsese Presents the Blues: Muddy Waters (Hip-O 2003)Buy it!
Muddy Waters “Rollin' and Tumblin', Pt. 1” from Martin Scorsese Presents the Blues: Muddy Waters (Hip-O 2003)Buy it!
The Blind Boys of Mississippi “Leaning on the everlasting arm” from The Best of the Blind Boys (MCA Special Products)Buy it!
Big George Brock “Burden Down” from Round Two (Cat Head 2006) L —Big George has a show about once a month at BB's Jazz, Blues and Soups in St. Louis, and always performs this Holy Blues classic, with Ms Clarine Wagner as a vocal duet.Buy it!
The Notorious Cherry Bombs “It's Hard to Kiss the Lips At Night That Chew Your Ass Out All Day Long” from The Notorious Cherry Bombs (Universal 2004) —"...all day l-o-n-n-n-g, it goes on and o-n-n-n-n..." ; - )Buy it!
Jerry Jeff Walker “Trashy Women” from Live at Gruene Hall (Rykodisc 1989)Buy it!
Alvin Youngblood Hart “How Long Before I Change My Clothes” from Music From & Recorded For The Motion Picture The Great Debaters (Atlantic Recording Corp) —Alvin performed this song at BB's on Saturday eve.Buy it!
Albert King “Blues at sunrise” from Let's Have A Natural Ball (Modern Blues Recordings 1990) L —Recorded in 1960 in St. Louis on the Bobbin record label.Buy it!
Albert King “Going Back to Iuka” from Lovejoy SINGLE (Stax Records 1972) L —A later Stax recording from King Albert.Buy it!
The Mighty Clouds of Joy “Go Tell It On the Mountain” from A Bright Side (MCA)Buy it!
Sensational Nightingales “Never said a word” from The Best Of The Sensational Nightingales (MCA Records)Buy it!
Blind Boys Of Mississippi “Our John saw the number” from The Best of the Blind Boys (MCA)Buy it!
Lester Flatt “The Martha White Theme” from RCA Country Legends: Lester Flatt (RCA/BMG Heritage 2003)Buy it!
The Osborne Brothers and Mac Wiseman “Shackles and Chains” from The Osborne Brothers and Mac Wiseman (CMH Records)Buy it!
Jimmy Martin & Ralph Stanley “Roll On Buddy, Roll On” from First Time Together (King Records/Hollywood 2004)Buy it!
Howlin' Wolf “Bluebird” from The Sun Years (Blues Factory)Buy it!
Howlin' Wolf “Worried about my baby” from The London Howlin' Wolf Sessions (MCA Chess Records 1971)Buy it!
Boo Boo Davis “Ice Storm” from East St. Louis (Black & Tan 2000) L —Larry Griffin plays guitar and Bob Lohr plays piano (St. Louis blues stalwarts!) on this recording made in the Netherlands.Buy it!
The East St. Louis Gospelettes with Francis Moore “There is no seniority in heaven” from Movin' On Up (Nashboro 1980) L —This vinyl LP was recorded at Archway Studios in St. Louis by....drum roll, please...Oliver Sain.Buy it!
The East St. Louis Gospelettes with Francis Moore “He'll Understand” from Movin' On Up (Nashboro 1980) LBuy it!
Slim and Zella Mae Cox “Worth all my trials” from I Want To Go There (self-release) L —Slim and Zella Mae are South St. Louisans who play and sing righteous, old-school footstompin' Holy Country music.Buy it!
Slim and Zella Mae Cox “When the angels roll the stone away” from I Want To Go There (self-release) LBuy it!
Floyd Dixon “Hey Bartender” from Atlantic Blues: Piano (Atlantic Recording Corp)Buy it!
John Lee Hooker “One Bourbon, One Scotch, One Beer” from The Ultimate Collection: 1948 - 1990 (Rhino Records)Buy it!
Otis Spann “My God” from Best of the Vanguard Years (Vanguard Records vanguardrecords.com 1999) —This and the next cut are ones not often heard on the radio. They are both Holy Blues, with Otis Spann playing organ, with his wife Lucille on duet vocals...a different side of Otis Spann, who is much better known as a definer of Chicago shuffle blues piBuy it!
Otis Spann “Blind man” from Best of the Vanguard Years (Vanguard Records vanguardrecords.com 1999)Buy it!
Faron Young “Face to the Wall” from Hillbilly Heart Throb (Acrobat Music Group Ltd. 2008)Buy it!
Faron Young “Alone With You” from Hillbilly Heart Throb (Acrobat Music Group Ltd. 2008)Buy it!
Marquise Knox “Ice storm” from Man Child (APO 2009) LBuy it!
Pete Johnson “Holler Stomp” from Boogie Woogie Pioneers (Document Records)Buy it!
Johnny Cash “The Night Hank Williams Came to Town” from The Essential Johnny Cash (COLUMBIA/LEGACY 2002)Buy it!
Hank Williams “Cold, Cold Heart” from Hank Williams Revealed (Time Life 2009)Buy it!
Hank Williams “Hey, Good Lookin'” from Hank Williams Revealed (Time Life 2009)Buy it!
Jimmy Rogers “That's All Right” from Chess Blues Guitar (MCA Chess)Buy it!
Jimmy Rodgers “Rock This House” from Chess Blues Guitar (MCA Chess)Buy it!
Muddy Waters “Who's gonna be your sweet man when I'm gone” from Chess Blues (MCA Chess)Buy it!
Henry Gray “I Declare That Ain't Right” from Chess Blues (MCA Chess 1993)Buy it!
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