Gabriel's Tin Pan Alley (Music)
Mon May 7th 2012 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 Boss Man, GABRIEL, tonight.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!
Jimmie Vaughn and the Tilt-A-Whirl Band “Six Strings Down” from Big Blues Extravaganza! The Best Of Austin City Limits (Columbia Legacy) —Sad news this evening - Michael Burks passed away from a heart attack. This song and the next are in tribute.Buy it!
Michael Burks “Voodoo Spell” from Make It Rain (Alligator 2001)Buy it!
Clara Ward & The Ward Singers “How I Got Over” from Jubilation! Great Gospel Performances, Vol. 1: Black Gospel (Rhino Records)Buy it!
Brother Joe May “Search Me Lord” from Jubilation! Great Gospel Performances, Vol. 1: Black Gospel (Rhino Records)Buy it!
Tex Williams & His Western Caravan “I Got Texas In My Soul” from Doughboys, Playboys And Cowboys - The Golden Years of Western Swing (Proper Records)Buy it!
Spade Cooley & His Orchestra “Okalahoma stomp” from Doughboys, Playboys And Cowboys - The Golden Years Of Western Swing (Proper Records)Buy it!
Gabriel “Don't Stay Out All Night” from Gabriel: The Flockrocker (Crown Prince Of The Blues) (Stackhouse Recording & Drop Top Music) L —THE MAN! tearin' it up on trumpet and vocal!Buy it!
Chuck Berry “Tulane” from Chess Box Set (MCA Chess 2000) LBuy it!
David Rose & His Orchestra “The Stripper” from Tease: The Best Of Burlesque (Unknown) —Burlesque girls (!) will peform this Thursday at Midwest Mayhem! This was a number one hit record in 1962.Buy it!
The Original Gospel Harmonettes “(You Can't Hurry God) He's Right On Time” from Jubilation! Great Gospel Performances Vol. Two: More Black Gospel (Rhino Records) —Dorothy Love Coates sings lead vocal on this tongues-of-fire Holy Blues scorcher.Buy it!
Frank Frost “So Tired Of Living By Myself” from Big Boss Man - The Very Best of Frank Frost (Collectables Records 2010)Buy it!
Frank Frost with Sam Carr “Cotton Needs Pickin'” from Keep Yourself Together (Evidence Music.)Buy it!
Major Glenn Miller & The Army Air Force Band “St. Louis blues march” from Major Glenn Miller & The Army Air Force Band (RCA)Buy it!
Johhny Rivers “Secret agent man” from Johnny Rivers - Greatest Hits (CEMA Special Markets)Buy it!
David Dee “I'm a working blues man” from unknown (Unknown) L —David Dee, and his Flyin' Vee guitar!Buy it!
The Bo-Keys “Hi Roller” from Got To Get Back! (Electraphonic 2011)Buy it!
The Sons of the Pioneers “Riders In The Sky” from The Sons of the Pioneers Ultimate collection (Hip-O 2002)Buy it!
ARTHUR WILLIAMS “Go On Little Girl” from Ain't Goin' Down (Fedora Records 2000) L —Arthur Williams, Boo Boo Davis, and Big George Brock will all appear on stage at the Bluesweek Festival in downtown St. Louis over this Memorial Day weekend. They're among the last of the old-school Mississippi blues men.Buy it!
Boo Boo Davis “Dirty Dog” from name of the game (Black & Tan 2008)Buy it!
Big George Brock “Burden Down” from Round Two (Cat Head Delta Blues and Folk Art 2006) LBuy it!
Roy Acuff “Low And Lonely” from Columbia Historic Edition (Columbia Nashville 1936)Buy it!
Bill Monroe “Footprints In The Snow” from Bill Monroe - The Millenium Collection (MCA Nashville.)Buy it!
Carolina Chocolate Drops “Ruby, Are You Mad At Your Man?” from Leaving Eden (Nonesuch 2012) N —A stellar cover by the Chocolate Drops on Cousin Emmy's classic, done more in keeping with Cousin Emmy's original.Buy it!
Gabriel “Gabriel, blow your horn, part 2” from Gabriel: The Flock-Rocker (Crown Prince of the Blues) (Stackhouse Recording Co. & Drop Top Music 2010) R —The man, and I mean the BOSS Man......Buy it!
Joe Liggins “Boogie woogie Lou” from Specialty Legends Of Boogie Woogie (Specialty Records)Buy it!
Camille Howard “Fire-Ball Boogie” from Specialty Legends of Boogie Woogie (Fantasy Inc.)Buy it!
The Original Five Blind Boys of Alabama “I'll fly away” from The Sermon (Specialty Records 2006)Buy it!
Benny Goodman and His Orchestra “Bugle Call Rag” from Bluebird's Best - Benny Goodman - The King Of Swing (BMG Entertainment)Buy it!
R. L. Burnside “Rollin' & tumblin'” from Mr. Wizard (Fat Possum Records/Epitaph)Buy it!
Clayton Love “Goin' home” from Rockin' Eighty-Eights (Modern Blues Recordings) L —Beau Shelby does a fine guitar break in this one.Buy it!
Jimmy Vaughn “Hey! come 'ere” from Rockin' Eighty-Eights (Modern Blues Recordings 1991) LBuy it!
John Long “Leavin' St. Louis (solo version)” from Lost & Found (DELTA GROOVE PRODUCTIONS 2006) —John Long, Tom Hall, Leroy Pierson, and Ron Edwards are four native St. Louisans who play stellar bottleneck slide guitar.Buy it!
Tom Hall “God moves on the water” from Right Down There on Lee Street (self 2005) L —Tom Hall will be on stage at the Bluesweek Festival, and often may be seen at BB's in St. Louis for the early show on Satruday eves.Buy it!
Leroy Jody Pierson “Death Letter Blues” from Country Blues (Gravel Road Recording 2007) L —Catch Leroy at BB's in St. Louis most every Friday eve for the early show.Buy it!
Bob Case “She's Love Crazy” from Once In A Blue Moon (fuel) —Ron Edwards plays stunning bottleneck slide guitar on this piece. He will appear with the KDHX Blues Band this Thursday at Midwest Mayhem, and will be on stage with Silvercloud at Bluesweek festival.Buy it!
The Bo-Keys “Got to Get Back (To My Baby) pts 1 & 2” from Got To Get Back! (Electraphonic 2011)Buy it!
Uvee Hayes “Reconsider Baby” from Play Something Pretty (CDS Records. 2009) LBuy it!
Little Milton “Annie Mae's Cafe” from Little Milton's Greatest Hits (Malaco Records)Buy it!
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