Tuesday, February 21, 2012

Dad's Sounds on Mixlr

This mixlr.com show was played on the day my dad would have celebrated his 75th birthday.  Enjoy!


Tonight's playlist was...

Johnny's House Party - Jimmy Beasley
Rocket 88 - Jackie Brenston
Juke - Little Walter
Night Train - Jimmy Forrest
Chee-Bongo Blues - Dimples Harris
Spark Plug  - Gus Jenkins
Joe The Grinder The Hawks
I'll Die Happy - Louis Jordan
Stripped Gears - Jay Franks
Flyin' Home - Big Joe Turner
Riot In Cell Block No. 9 - The Robins
The Big Break - Richard Berry
Quaker City - Bill Doggett
The Tritones - Blues In The Closet
Dry Bones - Bill Black
Skid Row - Tommy Dean
Walkin' With Mr. Lee - Lee Allen
Junco Partner - Richard Hayes
Space Flight Part 1 - Sam Lazar Trio
Side Track - Googie Rene
Rockhouse (Parts I & II) - Ray Charles
Hole In The Wall - The Packers
Jivin' Around - Al Casey
Gonzo - James Booker
MG Blues - Jimmy McGriff
Out Ridin' - Steve Rowland
Get Back - Jimmy McCracklin
Shakedown - The Wailers
Freeway - The Fugitives
Bulldog - The Fireballs
Walk Don't Run '64 - The Ventures
This Here - Cannonball Adderley
Love For Sale - Lloyd Glenn
Sunday In New York - Mel Tormé
Exodus (Jazz) - Eddie Harris
A Taste of Honey - Eddie Cano
Goin' Out Of My Head - Wes Montgomery
It Was A Very Good Year - Frank Sinatra
York's Sauna - The Don Scaletta Trio
Stop - Mike Bloomfield & Al Kooper
Hip Hug-Her - Booker T. & The MG's
Somebody To Love - Jefferson Airplane
Light My Fire - The Doors
White Room - Cream
Listen Here - Brian Auger & The Trinity
Oye Como Va - Santana
Spill the Wine - War
Pearly Queen (Live) - Dave Mason
On Broadway - George Benson
Squonk - Genesis
Night Moves - Bob Seger
Jessica - Allman Brothers Band
The Chase - Giorgio Moroder
Forever Autumn - Jeff Wayne (feat. Justin Hayward)
Sultans Of Swing - Dire Straits

Saturday, February 18, 2012

Joe Houston and His Orchestra - Hum Bug

This one from the great Joe Houston is from around 1955. A song called "There Is No Greater Love" was on the flip side.

Friday, February 3, 2012

Roy Hamilton - I Believe

Here is another one by Roy Hamilton. Check out the clippings from Billboard Magazine, Feb 12, 1955.