Saturday Night Fish Fry

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Raymond O'Donnell
Raymond O'Donnell
Cool Struttin'Saturday night jazz and blues fans unite as Raymond O'Donnell brings you the best in jump blues, barrelhouse, boogie, and early rhythm-and-blues, featuring rarely-heard recordings by Louis Jordan's Tympany 5, Roy Milton and His Solid Senders, Joe Jiggins and His Honeydrippers, Big Jay McNeely, and more. On this end-of-the-week pary, Raymond will be honkin', screamin', and shouting into the night.
Here are a few CD selections featured most recently:

Here are the 30 most recent tracks played on this show:
May 19th at 8 PM Hour
8:55 PM Richard Berry/Young Jessie “Look Out Miss Jones” — Hit Git And Split
8:54 PM Louis Jordan “Saturday Night Fish Fry, Pts. 1-2” — 20Th Century Masters - The Millennium Collection: The Best O
8:49 PM B.B. King “She's Dynamite” — King of Kings
8:46 PM Jimmy Mc Cracklin “Share And Share Alike” — Jimmy Mc Cracklin Chronologically 1950-1953
8:43 PM Max Bailey “Let It Alone” — Rhythm & Blues Goes Rock & Roll
8:40 PM Blue Smitty “Date Bait” — Lost Blues
8:37 PM Johnny Griffin “Joe's Boogie” — Rhythm & Blues Goes Rock & Roll
8:34 PM Wynonie Harris “My Baby's a Barrelhouse” — Rockin With Wynonie
8:31 PM Moon Mulligan “Kangaroo Blues” — Western Guitar Swing
8:27 PM Arnett Cobb “Walking With Syd” — Blowing For 1300
8:24 PM Mr. Sad Head “Make Haste” — Rhythm & Blues Goes Rock & Roll
8:21 PM Rusty Bryant “Rock On” — Rusty Bryant Chronologically 1952-1954
8:18 PM Scatman Crothers “Do Something” — RCA Rhythm & Blues
8:15 PM Scatman Crothers “Have You The Gumption” — RCA Rhythm & Blues
8:12 PM Scatman Crothers “Keep That Coffee Hot” — RCA Rhythm & Blues
8:09 PM Scatman Crothers “Papa” — Recorded At Dolphins
8:05 PM T-Bone Walker “Glamour Girl” — The Complete Recordings of T-Bone Walker 1940-1954
8:03 PM Otis Blackwell “Fool That I Be” — RCA Rhythm & Blues
8:00 PM The Domino's “Sixty Minute Man” — History Of R&B 1925-52
May 19th at 7 PM Hour
7:57 PM Wynona Carr “Act Right” — Jump Jack Jump
7:54 PM Chuck Willis “It Ain't Right To Treat Me Wrong” — Let Me Tell You About The Blues: Georgia
7:50 PM Effie Smith “Answer To The RM Blues” — The Miltone Records Story
7:47 PM Buster Bennett “Three Different Women” — Buster Bennett Chronologically 1951-1955
7:44 PM The Five Royale's “Too Much Lovin” — Complete Recordings 1950-1959
7:42 PM Chris Powell & his Blue Flames “Country Girl Blues” — Chris Powell Chronologically 1946-1949
7:39 PM Roy Brown “Love Don't Love Nobody” — Good Rockin Tonight
7:36 PM Dave Bartholomew “Country Boy Goes Home” — Dave Bartholomew 1947-1950
7:33 PM Earl King “Mother Told Me Not To Go” — Earl King Chronologically 1952-1954
7:30 PM Roy Gaines “De Dat De Dum Dum” — Groove Records In The Groove
7:27 PM Billy Wright “I Live The Life” — Going Down Slow

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