Hi everyone, welcome to our Suggested Listening posting for this week!
Suggested Listening postings are published on Fridays; and our next Suggested Listening posting will be out on Friday, March 25, 2022.
And here are the 10 recommended songs of the week!
Bogalusa Strut by Kermit Ruffins (Genre: Jazz)
From The Album: Swing Time (1999)
Gotta Find My Baby Memphis Slim (Genre: Blues)
From The Album: At The Gate Of Horn (1959)
Going Across The Mountain by Frank Proffitt (Genre: Folk)
From The Album: Frank Proffitt of Reese, North Carolina (1962)
The Great Northern Stomp by Otis Spann (Genre: Blues)
From The Album: Otis Spann Is The Blues (1960)
Here I’m Is by the Duke Robillard Band (Genre: Blues)
From The Album: They Called It Rhythm And Blues (2022)
If I Had a Talking Picture of You by Johnny Hamp & His Kentucky Serenaders (Genre: Jazz)
From The Album: Johnny Hamp and His Kentucky Serenaders (1920’s Dance Jazz Band) [Recorded 1928 – 1932]
I’ve Just Seen A Face by The Charles River Valley Boys (Genre: Bluegrass)
From The Album: Beatles Country (1966)
Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring by Pete Seeger (Genre: Folk)
From The Album: Goofing-Off Suite (1954)
Tempted by Squeeze (Genre: Pop-Rock)
From The Album: East Side Story (1981)
You Can Do No Wrong by Carl Perkins (Genre: Rockabilly, Fifties Rock)
From The Album: Dance Album (1957)
‘Tain’t Nobody’s Biz-ness If I Do by Helen Humes (1959/2022)
And from the album the song
You Can Depend On Me
And as bonus just because it is a great song, even if a short one, also by Helen Humes:
I’m Gonna Let Him Ride
Have a great weekend,
Linda Reimer, SSCL
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