Stompin' at the Savoy the original indie-label 1944-1961.
|Format:||Music CD 2004|
|Availability:||Available at 1 Library 1 of 1 copy|
ContentsHarlem nocture, 1944-1947. Uncle Sam blues (Hot Lips Page's Swing Seven) ; Pete Brown's boogie (Pete Brown Quintette) ; Hey lawdy mama (Miss Rhapsody ; with June Cole's Orchestra) ; If money grew on trees (The Toppers) ; S.K. blues. Parts 1 & 2 (Joe Turner, with Pete Johnson Allstars) ; Evil gal blues (Albinia Jones, with the Don Byas Seven) ; I ain't mad at you, pretty baby (Gatemouth Moore, with Dallas Bartley & His Smalltown Bosy) ; Prisoner of love (Billy Eckstine and His Orchestra) ; Harlem nocturne (Johnny Otis) ; Slim's jam (Slim Gaillard & His Orchestra) ; Atomic boogie (Pete Johnson All Stars) ; Weddin' day blues (Cousin Joe, with Pete Browne's Brooklyn Blues Blowers) ; My gal's a jockey (Joe Turner, with Bill Moore's Lucky Seven Band) ; Open the door, Richard. Parts 1 & 2 (Dusty Fletcher, with Jimmy Jones and His Band) ; Take the hands off the clock (Tiny Bradshaw & His Orchestra) ; Midnight in the barrel house (Johnny Otis, featuring Pete Lewis and his guitar) ; Thiller diller poppa (Benny Roberts Orchestra) ; Write me a letter (The Ravens) ; Thirty five thirty (Paul Williams Sextet) ; My good pott (Doc Pomus) ; We're gonna rock, we're gonna roll ((Wild) Bill Moore, featuring Paul Williams on baritone sax)
Red hot blues, 1948-1951. Corn bread (Hal Singer Sextet) ; My fault (Brownie McGhee) ; Fat stuff boogie (Beale Street Gang) ; Red hot blues (T. J. Fowler and His Rockin' Jump Band) ; The huckle-buck (Paul Williams & his Hucklebuckers) ; I'll always be in love with you (The X-Ray's, with the Hal Singer Sextet) ; Deacon's hop (Deacon McNeely & His Blue Jays) ; Rickey's blues (The Ravens) ; Sure like to run (King Carl, with the Eddie Davis Orchestra) ; Cheatin' women (Kansas City Jimmy) ; Double crossing blues (Johnny Otis Quintet, featuring Little Esther with the Robins) ; If it's so baby (The Robins) ; Cupid's boogie (Little Esther & Mel Walker, with Johnny Otis Orchestra) ; Rockin' blues (Johnny Otis Orchestra, with Mel Walker) ; Straighten him out (Marilyn Scott) ; I will wait (The Four Buddies) ; Helen's advice (Helen Humes, with the Dexter Gordon Orchestra) ; Atlanta boogie (Tommy Brown and his orchestra) ; Stacked deck (Billy Wright) ; All nite long (Johnny Otis orchestra, vocals by Johnny Otis) ; I want to rock (Miss Sharecropper (LaVern Baker))
Things have changed, 1951-1955. Good lovin' (H-Bomb Ferguson) ; Easy, easy baby (Varetta Dillard) ; Keyhole blues (Eddie Mack) ; Got nobody to tell (T. J. Fowler) ; Forgive me baby (Henry Hayes Orchestra, vocal Elmo Nelson (Elmore Nixon)) ; My kind of woman (Emitt Slay Trio) ; I wanna know (Dolly Cooper, Hal Singer Orchestra) ; Beggin' at your mercy (Earl Johnson (Earl King)) ; Mercy Mister Percy (Varetta Dillard) ; Little daddy (Big Bertha (Henderson)) ; Darlene (The Dreams) ; That ain't right (Jimmy Crawford, with Frank Motley's Crew) ; Let's make love tonight (Earl Williams, with Lee Allen's Orchestra) ; Don't drop that (Wilbert Harrison) ; Johnny has gone (Varetta Dillard) ; Things have changed (Sticks McGhee) ; Don't be angry (Nappy Brown) ; Chop, chop, ching-a-ling (The Roamers) ; Don't cry baby (Little Jimmy Scott) ; Is it really you? (Nappy Brown) ; Rocking boy (Chuz Alfred & His Combo)
Hot rod, 1955-1961. Pack, shack and stack (Billy Nelson & the Five Wings) ; Anna Mae (Brownie McGhee) ; Hot rod (Hal Singer and his Orchestra) ; Just leave it to me (The Debutantes) ; Shake me up, baby (Little Terry) ; Candy (Big Maybelle) ; Why did you make me cry? (The Cubs) ; Stop, don't go (Annie Laurie) ; Little by little (Nappy Brown) ; Rib joint (Sammy Price) ; Bad boy (The Jive Bombers) ; I got a rock & roll gal (Billy Lamont) ; The right time (Nappy Brown) ; Bad times (Billy Hope & the Bad Men) ; Going back to Orleans (Jesse & Buzzy) ; Blues early, early parts 1 & 2 (Big Maybelle) ; You better believe (The Gay Poppers) ; Honky tonk caboose (Sammy Price) ; Mind on loving (Little Danny) ; Step up and rescue me (Faye Adams) ; Nobody (Sammy Cotton).