Blues in the Night (Music)
Fri Jan 31st 2014 4.00pm–7.00pm
R=listener request. N=music new at the station. L=local music. Your purchases using the Buy it! links
Time zone: central
Johnny Adams “Georgia Morning Dew”
from Absolutely The Best (Fuel 2000 www.fuel2000.com 2002) —SSS International 797 from 1969 - or thereabouts. SSS was a label run by Shelby Singleton, noted for his work in the Country field. But, he recorded a lot of other material, much for labels on the smaller side.
Honey Coleman “Daddy, Why Did You Leave Me?”
from Cool Daddy: The Central Avenue Scene 1951-1957 Volume 3 (Ace Records 2006) —Combo Records release #3, 1951
Betty Hall Jones “Goin' Back To Town (I'm Gonna Leave You On the Outskirts of Town)”
from Cool Daddy: The Central Avenue Scene 1951-1957 Volume 3 (Ace Records 2006) —Combo Records 10, 1952.
Jake Porter “Slowly Go Out of Your Mind featuring Dorothy Ellis”
from Straight To Watts: The Central Avenue Scene 1951-54 Volume 1 (Ace 2003) —Combo Records #1; 1951. Combo Records was Jake Porter's label.
SOULARDBLUES BAND “Key To The Highway”
from Alive at Joe's Cafe (King Solomon Records 2008) L —the band at the time consisted of Artie (of course), the welterweight R&B champion in Marty Abdullah, the drum doctor Kirk Grice, Tom Maloney and Bob Bumble Bee Kamoske. Brian Casserly's trumpet was added later-on in the studio.
Little Milton “Just A Little Bit”
from Greatest Hits The Chess 50th Anniversary Collection (MCA 1997) —a Checker single back in 1969, with Donny Hathaway on keys, Cash McCall on guitar, Phil Upchurch on bass and Al Duncan on drums. If walls could talk, they'd say "well, well, well - now that's a band!"
Lowell Fulson “I Wanna Make Love To You”
from The Complete Chess Masters The Chess 50th Anniversary Collection (MCA 1997) —From Oklahoma to Los Angeles, Mr. Lowell Fulson. He was a very prolific recording artist, layin' it down from the 1940s into the 1990s.
Horace Silver “Que Pasa? (Trio Version)”
from Song for My Father (The Rudy Van Gelder Edition Remastered) (Blue Note 1999) —a Horace Silver composition, recorded in 1963.
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