Luddite Radio - November 22, 2020


  1. We Two by The Troubadours (Victor)
  2. Dry Bones by Fats Waller & His Rhythm (Bluebird)
  3. Wait ‘Till It Happens to You by Earl Hines and his Orchestra (Bluebird)
  4. St. James Infirmary by Cab Calloway (Brunswick)
  5. Now I Know by Cootie Williams and his Orchestra (Hit)
  6. China Stomp by Lionel Hampton and his Orchestra (Victor)
  7. You Broke The Only Heart That Ever Loved You by Mills Brothers (Decca)
  8. Them There Eyes by Ralph Sutton (Commodore Classics in Swing)
  9. Casey Jones by Vernon Dalhart (Victor)
  10. Willie, The Chimney Sweeper by Ernest Rogers (Victor)
  11. The Sign On The Highway by Little Jimmy Dickens (Columbia)
  12. But I Do - You Know I Do by Gene Austin (Victor)
  13. I’ve Taken All I’m Gonna Take From You by Spade Cooley and his Orchestra (Columbia)
  14. Jelly, Jelly by Earl Hines and his Orchestra (RCA Victor)
  15. Silver Haired Daddy of Mine by Ford Lewis (4 Star)
  16. Unlucky Woman by Helen Humes with Bill Doggett Octet (Philo Recordings)
  17. New Jolie Blonde by Red Foley and the Cumberland Valley Boys (Decca)
  18. You Always Get By by Ray Price (Columbia)
  19. That’s The Last Straw by Walley Fowler and his Georgia Clodhoppers (Capitol Americana)
  20. Indian Love Call by Slim Whitman (Imperial)
  21. Jolie Blond Likes The Boogie by Bob Wills and his Texas Playboys (MGM)
  22. By The Old Ohio Shore by Green Bros. Mellorimba Orchestra (Victor)
  23. What a Night for Spooning by Waring’s Pennsylvanians (Victor)
  24. Darling You Know I Love You by Walt McCoy and his Western Wonders (Crystal)
  25. Seven Women In One by Texas Jim Robertson and the Panhandle Punchers (RCA Victor)
  26. Gals Don’t Mean A Thing by Louise Massey & The Westerns (Okeh)
  27. Bob Wills’ Special by Bob Wills and his Texas Playboys (Okeh)
  28. Roundup Polka by Tex Williams and his Western Caravan (Capitol Americana)
  29. Home On The Range by Sons of the Pioneers (RCA Victor)
  30. When The Roses Bloom Again by Elton Britt (Bluebird)
  31. You Want Lovin’ (But I Want Love) by Rudy Vallee and his Connecticut Yankees (Victor)