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8:28 PM Cannon's Jug Stompers Ripley Blues/Pig Ankle Strut The Complete Works in Chronological Order 1927-1930 Herwin [LP]
8:26 PM Jerry Lee Lewis It'll Be Me Milestones Rhino [LP]
8:13 PM Stevie Wonder Race Babbling Journey Through The Secret Life of Plants Motown [LP]
8:11 PM Blood, Sweat & Tears I Can't Quit Her Greatest Hits Columbia [LP]
8:09 PM B. B. King Nobody Loves Me But My Mother/Chains and Things Indianola Mississippi Seeds abc [LP]
8:08 PM The Original Johnny Otis Show Mambo Boogie The Original Johnny Otis Show Volume II with Dee Williams & James Van Streeter Savoy [LP]
8:07 PM Little Anthony & The Imperials Shimmy Shimmy Ko Ko Bop The Best of Little Anthony & The Imperials Rhino
Face the Music, with arwulf arwulf.

Notes:
"That's Your Yass Yass Yass"

7:56 PM Tiny Parham & his Musicians 1928 Snake Eyes {take two} 1928-1930 Timeless Historical
7:54 PM Cab Calloway & his Orchestra 1931 Bugle Call Rag This Is Hep Proper
7:50 PM Andy Preer & the Cotton Club Orchestra 1927 I've Found a New Baby Harlem Big Bands 1925-1931 Timeless Historical
7:48 PM Johnny Dodds' Black Bottom Stompers 1927 When Erastus Plays His Old Kazoo 1927-1928 Classics Chronological
7:45 PM Zutty Singleton & his Orchestra - front line: Henry Red Allen, Benny Morton & Edmond Hall 1940 Shim-Me-Sha-Wabble Henry Red Allen: Bugle Call Rag Past Perfect
7:43 PM Duke Ellington & His Cotton Club Orchestra 1930 Shout 'Em Aunt Tillie Volume Two: The Cotton Club to Sweden JSP
7:39 PM Duke Ellington & his Kentucky Club Orchestra 1926 East St. Louis Toodle-oo Duke Ellington in the Twenties EPM Jazz Archives
7:35 PM Fletcher Henderson & his Orchestra 1934 Hocus Pocus Indispensable 1927-1936 French RCA Black & White
7:32 PM Louis Armstrong & his Orchestra 1935 I'm in the Mood for Love Rhythm Saved the World GRP Decca Jazz
7:27 PM Henry Jacques & his Perfect Tempo Dance Orchestra - October 1937 The First Time I Saw You British Dance Bands Volume Three 1928-1949 Naxos Nostalgia
7:24 PM Bix Beiderbecke & his Gang 1928 Thou Swell Bix & Tram JSP
7:22 PM Hot Lips Page & his Band 1938 I Let a Song Go Out of My Heart 1938-1940 Classics Chronological
7:19 PM James P Johnson & Eddie Dougherty 1944 Blue, Turning Grey Over You Snowy Morning Blues GRP Decca Jazz
7:15 PM Jelly Roll Morton - piano solo 1938 Mamanita Library of Congress Recordings Volume Four: Winin' Boy Blues Rounder
7:12 PM Clarence Williams Blue Five 1923 New Orleans Hop Scop Blues Sidney Bechet Complete Edition Volume One 1923 Masters of Jazz
7:09 PM James P johnson - piano solo 1923 You Can't Do What My Last Man Did 1921-1928 Classics Chronological
7:05 PM Fats Waller - player piano roll 1923 Papa Better Watch Your Step Low Down Papa Biograph
7:02 PM Clarence "Jelly" Johnson - player piano roll That's Your Yass, Yass, Yass Low Down Papa Delmark
Pandora's Lunchbox, with "Mike".

Notes:
Food songs of fall and such!

7:00 PM Comedian Harmonists Let's Have Another Beer! Comedian Harmonists Flapper
6:56 PM Spike Jones William Tell Overture Musical Depreciation Revue: The Spike Jones Anthology Rhino
6:49 PM Jewel Akens A Slice of the Pie The Birds and The Bees: Best Of
6:44 PM Jewel Akens The Vegetable Love Song The Birds and The Bees: Best Of Era
6:38 PM Kirsty MacColl Autumngirlsoup Tropical Brainstorm Instinct
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