Blues Before Sunrise – To Explore, Preserve and Popularize the First 50 Years of Recorded Blues

22 May 2016 Radio Show

via Blues Before Sunrise – To Explore, Preserve and Popularize the First 50 Years of Recorded Blues

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BLUES BEFORE SUNRISE FOR 5/22/16
HOT IN HARLEM
This week on Blues Before Sunrise we’ll listen to sides  that feature the word Harlem in the title. Harlem was the home of much Black creativity during the earlier decades of the Twentieth Century – and was proclaimed in many Jazz and Blues songs. We’ll sort through a list of Harlem songs by many of your favorite artists – including Cab Calloway, Ethel Waters, Ivie Anderson, Hot Lips Page – and many more! We’re Hot In Harlem – Only On BBS!
HOUR #1
RANDALL’S ISLE BEN WEBSTER
PENNIES FROM HEAVEN JOE CARROLL
TWO WRONGS WON’T MAKE A RIGHT JOE CARROLL
I WAS IN THE MOOD JOE CARROLL
GOT A PENNY BENNY JOE CARROLL
LAZY NAVAHO FOUR ACES
ACES SWING FOUR ACES
THERE’S A RUMOR GOIN’ ROUND FOUR ACES
THE HONEYDRIPPER(BRDCST) JOE LIGGINS
THE HONEYDRIPPER(BRDCST) CAB CALLOWAY
THE HONEYDRIPPER DELTA RHYTHM BOYS
THE HONEYDRIPPER BULLMOOSE JACKSON
THE HONEYDRIPPER BILLY WILLIAMS
MY LITTLE GRASS SHACK MILLS BROS
BUSH STREET BOOGEY MEADE LUX LEWIS
SKIN DEEP DUKE ELLINGTON
HOUR #2
HOT IN HARLEM TINY GRIMES
HOLIDAY IN HARLEM ELLA FITZGERALD/WEBB
HARLEM WOOGIE JAMES P. JOHNSON
AMATUER NIGHT IN HARLEM WILLIE BRYANT
HARLEM BLUES MAMIE SMITH
GOT AN UNCLE IN HARLEM HOT LIPS PAGE
SAD NIGHT IN HARLEM IVIE ANDERSON
HARLEM GIN BLUES RUBY SMITH
HARLEM ON A SATURDAY NIGHT LIL ARMSTRONG
BLUE MONDAY ON SUGARHILL GRANT & WILSON
JUMPING ON SUGARHILL HELEN HUMES
HARLEM CAMP MEETING CAB CALLOWAY
HARLEM HOLIDAY CAB CALLOWAY
HARLEM HOLIDAY CAB CALLOWAY
MAN FROM HARLEM CAB CALLOWAY
TARZAN OF HARLEM CAB CALLOWAY
HOUR #3
DROP ME OFF IN HARLEM ELLA FITZGERALD
HARLEM HUNCH SLIM GAILLARD
THE HARLEM SWING KING COLE TRIO
HARLEM YANK TIMMIE ROGERS
HARLEM JUMP SIR CHARLES THOMPSON
BREAKFAST IN HARLEM BUCK & BUBBLES
RED HOT IN HARLEM ADELAIDE HALL
WHEN THE SUN GOES DOWN IN HARLEM HARLEM HAMFATS
UNDERNEATH A HARLEM MOON KATHERINE HANDY
YOU CAN’T LIVE IN HARLEM NOBLE SISSLE
HARLEM NOCTURNE HERBIE FIELDS
HARLEM NOCTURNE ERNESTINE ANDERSON
HARLEM NOCTURNE JOHNNY OTIS
HARLEM ON MY MIND ETHEL WATERS
YOU’VE SEEN HARLEM AT IT’S BEST ETHEL WATERS
OLD MAN HARLEM ETHEL WATERS
HARLEM HOP JOE THOMAS
HOUR #4
LONG SKIRT BABY T-BONE WALKER
DREAM GIRL BLUES T-BONE WALKER
TOO MUCH TROUBL BLUES T-BONE WALKER
WHERE YOU BEEN ROY HAWKINS
YOU’RE THE SWEETEST THING ROY HAWKINS
MISTREATING BABY ROY HAWKINS
BLUES ALL AROUND ME ROY HAWKINS
IF I HAD LISTENED ROY HAWKINS
AIN’T NOTHING YOU CAN DO BOBBY BLAND
IF I HADN’T CALLED YOU BACK BOBBY BLAND
I’LL CALL YOU TOMORROW BOBBY BLAND
THE GREATEST BOBBY BLAND
LOVE ME A LONG TIME TED JARRET
LET ME DOWN EASY EARL GAINES
BIG MOUTH JIMMY ‘T-99’ NELSON
BLUES AFTER HOURS PEEWEE CRAYTON
CAIRO BLUES LIL SON JACKSON
DOLLAR DIGGIN’ WOMAN CHARLIE BRADIX
TOMORROW I’LL BE GONE JESSE THOMAS
HOUR #5
MY HEART’S ON ICE CHARIOTEERS
BUMPIN’ JIMMY PONDER
I COULD HAVE TOLD YOU ARTHUR PRYSOCK/BASIE
I DIDN’T KNOW ANY BETTER GEORGIA CARR
CANDY LOU DONALDSON
LET’S BE FRIENDS LIL GREEN
NOW WHAT DOYOU THINK LIL GREEN
I WANT A GOOD MAN BAD LIL GREEN
ANGELS IN HARLEM DR.CLAYTON
HARLEM BOUND MEMPHIS SLIM
HARLEM CAN’T BE HEAVEN SUNNYLAND SLIM
UNDERNEATH A HARLEM MOON WASHBOARD RHYTHM KINGS
ALBATROSS FLEETWOOD MAC

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#Memorial Day

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Transcript of Gettysburg Address (1863)

Four score and seven years ago our fathers brought forth, upon this continent, a new nation, conceived in liberty, and dedicated to the proposition that “all men are created equal”

Now we are engaged in a great civil war, testing whether that nation, or any nation so conceived, and so dedicated, can long endure. We are met on a great battle field of that war. We have come to dedicate a portion of it, as a final resting place for those who died here, that the nation might live. This we may, in all propriety do. But, in a larger sense, we can not dedicate — we can not consecrate — we can not hallow, this ground– The brave men, living and dead, who struggled here, have hallowed it, far above our poor power to add or detract. The world will little note, nor long remember what we say here; while it can never forget what they did here.

It is rather for us, the living, to stand here, we here be dedica-ted to the great task remaining before us — that, from these honored dead we take increased devotion to that cause for which they here, gave the last full measure of devotion — that we here highly resolve these dead shall not have died in vain; that the nation, shall have a new birth of freedom, and that government of the people by the people for the people, shall not perish from the earth.

POW-MIA

Cribbage Board

Woodworking Project

  • I used a band saw to cut the shape from a #1 grade 1 x 10
  • used a jig & drill press for the holes
  • sanded and Shellaced 
  • glued rubber pads on the backside near the corners
  • applied decals
  • used match sticks for pegs {dipped  ½ of them in dark stain}
  • 15-2  15-4 and a double run of 3 is a doz no nobs !

No Timber Hauling Allowed!