Gabriel's Tin Pan Alley (Music)
Mon Sep 19th 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 THE MAN, who decided to take a night off. I'm honored to fill in for the Jedi Master Of The Radio!Buy it!
Muddy Waters “Got My Mojo Working” from After Hours - Live at Lincoln Center (Magnum Music Group. 1998)Buy it!
Henry Mancini and His Orchestra “Peter Gunn” from Pure Gold (Unknown)Buy it!
Freddie King “Going down” from Ultimate Collection (Hip-O Records) —Kicking off the show with the Three Kings of the Blues....Buy it!
B. B. King “I'm With You” from Lucille (MCA Records)Buy it!
Albert King “Going Back to Iuka” from Lovejoy SINGLE (Stax Records/Fantasy 1972)Buy it!
Gabriel “People You Don't Know My Mind” from Gabriel: The Flock-Rocker (Crown Prince of the Blues) (Stackhouse 2010) L —THE MAN sings the blues.Buy it!
The Trumpeteers “Milky White Way” from Jubilation! Great Gospel Performances, Vol. 1: Black Gospel (Rhino Records) —Recorded 9/12/47, released 5/48 on the Score record label.Buy it!
The Soul Stirrers “By and by, pts. 1 & 2” from Jubilation! Great Gospel Performances, Vol. 1: Black Gospel (Rhino Records)Buy it!
The Eurythmics “Missionary man” from Ultimate Collection (Sony Music Entertainment) —Back in 1985, when I heard this song on rock radio, it always got me boppin' and groovin'. The reason? This recording ain't nothin' but the Holy Blues, wrapped up in a slick package!Buy it!
Hank Williams “My Heart Would Know” from 20 of Hank Williams' Greatest Hits (Mercury Records)Buy it!
Bob Wills & His Texas Playboys “I'm A Ding Dong Daddy” from Take Me Back To Tulsa (Proper Records 2013)Buy it!
R. L. Burnside “Goin' Down South” from R. L. Burnside's First Recordings (Fat Possum Records) —R. L. plays solo acoustic guitar and sings on this recording from 1968.Buy it!
R. L. Burnside “Rollin' And Tumblin'” from Mr. Wizard (Fat Possum Records/Epitaph) —Burnside, electrified!Buy it!
Unknown “Star Trek” from TeeVee Toons Presents Television's Greatest Hits (from the 50's and 60's) (TVT Records)Buy it!
Johnny Horton “Sink the Bismarck” from Johnny Horton's Greatest Hits (CBS Inc. 1997)Buy it!
Muddy Waters “The blues had a baby and they named it rock and roll (#2)” from Hard Again CD ALBUM (Blue Sky 1977)Buy it!
Stars Of Harmony “Rough And Rocky Road” from The History of Rhythm And Blues Volume Two 1942 - 52 (Rhythm and Blues Records) —Recorded Dec 1948, released on the Supreme label.Buy it!
Dixieaires “Friends tell me about Jesus” from The History of Rhythm And Blues Volume Two 1942 - 52 (Rhythm and Blues Records) —Recorded Feb 1949, released on the Exclusive label.Buy it!
Merle Haggard “Swinging Doors” from Golden Classics (Twin Pack Music)Buy it!
Johnny Cash “(Ghost) Riders In The Sky” from The Essential Johnny Cash (Columbia Legacy 2002)Buy it!
The Bobby Fuller Four “I Fought The Law” from '60s Rock: The Beat Goes On (Rhino Special Products)Buy it!
The Hot Five “Ory’s Creole Trombone” from The Best of Louis Armstrong: The Hot Five And Hot Seven Recordings (Sony Music Entertainment) —Recorded Sept 2, 1927, released 1940.Buy it!
Big Maceo Merriweather “Chicago Breakdown” from Broke and Hungry Blues - Chicago Piano Volume 2 (Fabulous) —Tampa Red backs up Maceo's piano on guitar.Buy it!
Big Joe Williams “Baby please don't go” from The History of Rhythm And Blues Volume Two 1942 - 52 (Rhythm and Blues Records) —Big Joe is backed up by John Lee 'Sonny Boy' Williamson on harp and Judge Riley on drums. Recorded July '47 and released on Columbia.Buy it!
John Lee "Sonny Boy" Williamson “Shake that boogie” from The History of Rhythm And Blues Volume Two 1942 - 52 (Rhythm and Blues Records) —Recorded Aug 1946, with Blind John Davis on piano, Willie Lacey on guitar, and Ransom Knowling on bass.Buy it!
Mahalia Jackson “Move on up a little higher” from Jubilation! Great Gospel Performances, Vol. 1: Black Gospel (Rhino Records) —Recorded Sept 12, 1947, released on the Apollo label Dec 1947.Buy it!
Brother Joe May “Search Me Lord” from Jubilation! Great Gospel Performances, Vol. 1: Black Gospel (Rhino Records) —Recorded Sept 10, 1949, released Dec 1949 on the Specialty label.Buy it!
Jimmy Reed “Take Out Some Insurance” from Blues Masters: The Very Best Of Jimmy Reed (Rhino 2000)Buy it!
Chuck Berry “Around And Around” from The Chess Box Set (MCA Chess)Buy it!
The Rolling Stones “Carol” from Get Yer Ya-Ya's Out! (Remastered) (ABKCO (US) 2009) —From the Stones concerts at Madison Square Garden in 1969. 'Get Yer Ya-Ya's Out!' also has a live cover of Chuck's "Little Queenie".Buy it!
Johnny Horton “The Battle Of New Orleans” from Johnny Horton's Greatest Hits (CBS Inc. 1997) —This song's lyrics are VERY old, going back to the 1800s.Buy it!
Johnny Cash with June Carter Cash “Jackson” from The Essential Johnny Cash (COLUMBIA/LEGACY)Buy it!
Wanda Jackson “Hard Headed Woman” from Wanda Rocks CD COMP (Bear Family www.bear-family.de 2002) —Wanda was a straight country vocalist to the core. Elvis talked her into doing some rockabilly, and, in my opinion, she sang circles around Elvis as well as most of the male rockabilly stars, tho her rockabilly wax didn't sell as well as her country cutsBuy it!
Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs “Cripple creek” from 20 All-Time Great Recordings In A Deluxe 2-Record Set (Columbia)Buy it!
Lester Flatt, Earl Scruggs with the Foggy Mountain Boys “Roll In My Sweet Baby's Arms” from The Golden Hits of Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs with the Foggy Mountain Boys (Nashville)Buy it!
Howlin' Wolf “Rockin' Daddy” from The London Howlin' Wolf Sessions (Chess 1971)Buy it!
Albert Collins “Too Many Dirty Dishes” from Cold Snap (Alligator 1986)Buy it!
Jimmy Rogers “Rock This House” from Chess Blues Guitar / Two Decades Of Killer Fretwork, 1949-1969 (MCA Chess)Buy it!
Elmore James “TALK TO ME BABY” from Chess Blues Guitar / Two Decades Of Killer Fretwork, 1949-1969 (MCA Chess)Buy it!
Freddie King “Have You Ever Loved A Woman” from Ultimate Collection (Hip-O Records)Buy it!
Freddie King “San-Ho-Zay” from Ultimate Collection (Hip-O Records)Buy it!
Clarence 'Gatemouth' Brown “We're outta here” from The Alligator Records 25th Anniversary Collection (Alligator)Buy it!
Unknown “The National Anthem” from unknown SINGLE (Unknown 1964)Buy it!
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