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:
March 17th at 8 PM Hour
8:54 PM Louis Jordan “Saturday Night Fish Fry, Pts. 1-2” — 20Th Century Masters - The Millennium Collection: The Best O
8:51 PM Max Bailey “Sting A Ree” — A Shot In The Dark:Nashville Jumps
8:48 PM Horse Collar Williams “Thru Way” — Weird Blues
8:45 PM Dannie Taylor “You Look Bad” — RCA Jump & Jive
8:42 PM Tommy McGhee “Late Every Evening” — A Shot In The Dark:Nashville Jumps
8:39 PM Clyde Berhart “Cracklin Bread” — The Big Horn
8:36 PM Pink Williams “Bongo In The Congo” — Rare R&B Honkers
8:33 PM Margaret Backstrum/Tiny Davis “Race Horse” — The Big Horn
8:30 PM T-Bone Walker “Got To Find My Baby” — Complete Recordings 1942-1954
8:27 PM Doc Sausage “Rag Mop” — Regal Records R&B
8:24 PM Varetta Dillard “Easy Easy Baby” — Have Mercy Mr. Percy
8:18 PM Eddie Lockjaw Davis “Mountain Oysters” — The Big Horn
8:15 PM Benny Green “Whirl-A-Licks” — Rare R&B Honkers
8:12 PM Cootie Williams “Let The Good Times Roll” — Mercury Records Blues & Boogie
8:09 PM Eddie Lockjaw Davis “Huckle Boogie” — King Record Blues & Gospel
8:06 PM T-Bone Walker “T-Bone Blues” — Complete Recordings 1940-1954
8:03 PM Ruth Brown “Its Love 24 Hours A Day” — Juke Box Hits 1949-1954
8:00 PM Erskine Hawkins “After Hours” — History Of R&B
March 17th at 7 PM Hour
7:57 PM Lloyd Glenn “Strollin” — Best Of
7:57 PM Goree Carter “Tell Me There's Still A Chance” — Best Of
7:51 PM The Five Royales “Six O'Clock In The Morning” — Complete Recordings 1952-1959
7:48 PM Smiley Lewis “My Baby Was Right” — Chronologically 1950-1954
7:45 PM Bernard Hardison “Come To Me Baby” — A Shot In The Dark:Nashville Jumps
7:42 PM Dave Bartholomew “Who "Drank My Beer" When I Was In The Rear” — Chronologically 1950-1954
7:39 PM Ivory Joe Hunter “Siesta With Sunny” — Chronologically 1950-1954
7:36 PM Fats Domino “Reelin And Rockin” — Out Of New Orleans
7:33 PM Walter Davis “Just Can't Help It” — A Shot In The Dark:Nashville Jumps
7:30 PM Ernie Freeman “Jivin Around” — R&B Instrumentals
7:27 PM Frank Culley “Cole Slaw” — The Big Horn
7:24 PM Wild Bill Moore “Mean Old World” — Regal Records R&B

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