Essential Collection [West End]

Louis Jordan

Louis Jordan
Louis Thomas Jordan (July 8, 1908 – February 4, 1975) was a pioneering American jazz, blues and rhythm & blues musician, songwriter and bandleader who enjoyed his greatest popularity from the late 1930s to the early 1950s. Known as "The King of the Jukebox", he was highly popular with both blac… more »
Year:
2007
Disc#SongDuration 
112:47 
12Somebody Done Changed the Lock on That Door3:17 
13Salt Pork, West Virginia3:02 
143:04 
15Run Joe3:24 
16Small Town Boy2:52 
17The Green Grass Grows All Around2:56 
18Early in the Mornin'3:25 
19Don't Burn the Candle at Both Ends2:46 
110Boogie Woogie Blue Plate2:49 
111Beware!2:54 
1123:02 
113Texas and Pacific3:08 
1142:48 
115Why'd You Do It, Baby?3:22 
116Pettin' and Pokin'2:35 
117Daddy-O3:18 
118The Chicks I Pick Are Slender, Tender and Tall2:28 
119We Can't Agree2:55 
1202:45 
121Flat Face2:44 
1222:56 
123You're on the Right Track, Baby3:05 
124Barnyard Boogie2:49 
125How Long Must I Wait for You?2:40 
1262:41 
227Ain't That Just Like a Woman?2:53 
228Look Out!2:59 
229It's So Easy2:54 
230How 'Bout That?2:57 
2313:01 
232Reconversion Blues2:25 
2332:37 
234I Know You (I Know What You Wanna Do)2:33 
2353:00 
2362:53 
237I Know What You're Puttin' Down3:10 
238Sam Jones Done Snagged His Britches2:43 
239Swingin' in the Coconut Trees2:46 
240Keep A-Knockin'2:35 
241Deacon Jones2:58 
2422:33 
243At the Swing Cat's Ball2:31 
244That Chick's Too Young to Fry2:26 
2453:01 
2462:31 
2473:09 
248Jack, You're Dead2:37 
2492:38 
250All for the Love of Lil2:55 
2512:37 

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