Let the Good Times Roll

Let the Good Times Roll

VP 80802
Vinyl Passion
Louis Jordan
22,00 €


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Let the Good Times Roll
Known as "The King Of The Jukebox", he was highly popular with both black and white audiences in the later years of the swing era. Louis Jordan began his career in big-band swing jazz in the 1930s, but he became famous as one of the leading practitioners, innovators and popularizers of “Jump Blues”, a swinging, up-tempo, dance-oriented hybrid of jazz, blues and boogie-woogie. “Let the Good Times Roll" is a “Jump Blues” song recorded in 1946 by Louis Jordan and his Tympany Five. A mid-tempo twelve-bar blues, the song became a blues standard and one of Jordan's best-known songs. Louis Jordan is described by the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as "The Father Of Rhythm & Blues" and "The Grandfather Of Rock 'N’ Roll”.


A1. I'm Gonna Move To the Outskirts of Town 
A2. What's the Use of Getting Sober (When You're Gonna Get Drunk 
A3. Five Guys Named Moe 
A4. That'll Just About Knock Me Out 
A5. Ration Blues 
A6. G.I. Jive 
A7. Is You is or is You Ain't (My Baby) 
A8. Mop! Mop! 
A9. You Can't Get That No More 

B1. Caldonia 
B2. Somebody Done Changed the Lock On My Door 
B3. Buzz Me 
B4. Don't Worry 'Bout That Mule 
B5. Salt Pork West Virginia 
B6. Don't Let the Sun Catch You Cryin' 
B6. Beware (Brother Beware) 
B7. Stone Cold Dead In the Market (With Ella Fitzgerald) 
B8. That Chick's Too Young To Fry 
B9. Choo Choo Ch'boogie 

C1. Ain't That Just Like a Woman 
C2. Ain't Nobody Here But Us Chickens 
C3. Let the Good Times Roll 
C4. Texas and Pacific 
C5. Open the Door, Richard 
C6. Jack, You're Dead 
C7. Boogie Woogie Blue Plate 
C8. Early In the Morning 
C9. Barnyard Boogie 

D1. Reet, Petite and Gone 
D2. Run, Joe 
D3. Baby, It's Cold Outside (With Ella Fitzgerald) 
D4. Beans and Corn Bread 
D5. Saturday Night Fish Fry 
D6. School Days 
D7. Blue Light Boogie 
D8. Teardrops From My Eyes