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Singers and Songs

  • Little Sadie
  • Clarence “Bon Ton” Garlow
    Bon Ton Roula / Let The Good Times Roll
  • You Got To Go To Work
  • Billie Holiday with Teddy Wilson and His Orchestra
    When You’re Smiling
  • Ain’t Got No Home
  • Big Balls in Cow Town
    “Come on in, Bob.”
  • My Evolution Girl
    (in honor of Clarence Darrow)
  • Copperhead Road “
    "Here’s a guy as far away from the prodigal son as you can imagine.”
  • Jerry Lee Lewis
    End of the Road
    “He sings this song, he pounds the piano. He says he wrote it and that’s good enough for me.”
  • Van Morrison and The Chieftains
    Raglan Road
    “A traditional song, but in the hands of someone like Van Morrison you can see how hard it is to separate the performer from the performance. It’s like a great jazz musician bringing a new interpretation to a song you’ve heard dozens of times.”
  • Bury Me Beneath The Willow Tree
  • Dusty Springfield
    Son of a Preacher Man
    “Born with the name Mary Isabel Catherine Bernadette O’Brien – a lovely Jewish name.”
  • A Nickel and a Nail
  • Anita Harris
    Somebody’s In My Orchard
    “Let’s wander over to the succulent fruit department…ya know I better get out of the peach orchard before I get myself in trouble.”
  • Boogie Uproar
    “He had a loud guitar and a swingin’ band…you hear this (trombone) solo and you can’t believe that Al (Grey) played with Duke Ellington’s band…it’s pure gutbucket!...We don’t play a lot of instrumentals all the way through, but that one was so swingin’ we had to play the whole thing.”
  • Joe Turner
    Rock Of Gibraltar
    “America’s favorite singing bartender.”
  • The Lion
    Bing Crosby
  • Ben Vaughn
    Jerry Lewis in France
  • Strut That Thing
  • Jimmy Heap and The Melody Masters
    You’re Nothin’ But A Nothin’
  • Ike and Tina Turner
    You Can’t Miss Nothing That You Never Had
  • Jim Ford
    Go Through Sunday
  • Clarence Carter
    Too Weak To Fight
  • Annisteen Allen
    Fujiyama Mama
  • Fujiyama Mama
    “We don’t often play two versions of one song, but these two are so different, and Wanda’s rocks so hard, that we got to play both of them.”
  • Rilo Kiley
  • Johnny Cash
    Mean Eyed Cat
  • Clarence Reid
    Fools Are Not Born
  • Candy Man
    “The sweet, gentle sounds of Mississippi John Hurt. You can hear elements of the songster tradition, the music that came before the blues, carrying elements of minstrel songs and other native American forms.”
  • Bob Marley and the Wailers
    Sugar Sugar
    “In a crypt near his birthplace, buried along with him, were his Gibson Les Paul guitar, a ring he wore every day that was given to him by Prince Asfaw Wossen of Ethiopia, a marijuana bud, a soccer ball, and a bible. His needs were simple.”
  • Clarence Palmer and The Jive Bombers
    Bad Boy
  • ‘Round Midnight
    “...known as Betty Bebop, but she hated that name. She thought that bebop was limited and she wanted to do more, and she did.”
  • Rolling Stones
    Let It Bleed

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