Henry and his dad Chuck take a listen to another slew of great tracks from the 1920s. Sponsored by RetroStrange TV. Watch free at https://retrostrange.com
Podcast: Hank Radio
Henry Nelson plays handpicked musical selections from the public domain with historical tidbits provided by his dad, Chuck. All music sourced from The Internet Archive. When it’s live it’s on https://retrostrange.com/hank/
This episode of Hank Radio was recorded on March 24th, 2023. Hank and his dad listen to some tunes on a nice spring day.
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- DOCTOR JAZZ-STOMP – Jelly-Roll Morton’s Red Hot Peppers (Jelly-Roll Morton;Joe Oliver)
- Potato Head Blues – Louis Armstrong and his Hot Seven
- Royal Garden Blues – New Orleans Lucky Seven
- CUSHION FOOT STOMP – ORIGINAL WASHBOARD BEATERS
- St. Louis Shuffle – Fletcher Henderson and his Orchestra (Waller;Pettis;Fletcher Henderson;R. Smith;J. Smith;T. Ladnier;J. Harrison;C. Green;D. Redman;C. Hawkins;B. ailey;J. Coles;Kaiser Marshall;C. Dixon)
- Dancin’ the Blues – Roseland Melody Boys
- East St. Louis Toodle-oo – Duke Ellington And His Orchestra (Duke Ellington;Bubber Miley;Louis Metcalf;Tricky Sam Nanton;Otto Hardwick;Rudy Jackson;Harry Carney;Freddy Guy;Wellman Braud;Sonny Greer)
- Steamboat-Stomp – Jelly-Roll Morton’s Red Hot Peppers
Recorded in Niles, MI. Edited at the Wizard Tower by Phil Nelson.
Hank Radio Ep 2. Recorded Friday February 17th, 2023 in Niles, MI.
Track listing coming soon. Now available on all finer Podcasting services.
Ep 1 – Jan 20, 2023
Hank Radio gets off to a rollicking good start with the following tracks:
Sugarfoot stop king, Oliver and his Savannah syncopaters
Doing the new low down Willie Lewis, and his Orchestra
Sidewalk blues jelly Roll, Martin, and his red hot peppers
Boardwalk blues country club, Orchestra and Turk Robinson
At the jazz band ball bix beiderbcke and his gang
Bees knees oracle, Terrence orchestra
My blue Heaven Gene Austin, and George whiting and Walter Donaldson