Playing tracks by
The Nightriders, Roger Miller, Ahmad Jamal, The Other Half, Frederick McQueen and more.
Get out your Black Slacks and red bow tie, put em' on, get ready to go, we'll all be a cool breeze like Joe Bennett's Sparkletones. There's plenty of chomp and scrunch from the garage of the 1960s with the likes of The Nightriders. The chunky R&B/garage continues, as we stock up for the wintertime with The Other Half and their original version of "Mr. Pharmacist." We're just sittin' around drinkin with the rest of the guys, six rounds in, and I bought five. Dang me. Seriously, folks, "Out on the Rolling Sea" is one of the most beautiful songs ever sung, and this live recording of Frederick McQueen in the Bahamas from 1965 continues to prove that. We dive into some of Lomax's Alabama field recordings and thing swing into native-Kentuckian Rosemary Clooney's house, as well as the Flamenco blues by Montoya. The Edison Concert Band serenades us happy holidays from 1909. And we see Mr. Ray Price off into that golden baritone Night Life of Eternity. Like Mississippi Joe Callicut says, "sound