The Legends of the Rocking Dutchman - episode 137

Legends Mix

There's a name in every show, of someone who's completely forgotten but who contributed to the history of Rhythm & Blues with something that lasted. Today's a man named Memphis Jimmy or James 'Beale Street' Clark, who brought us a blues classic that got by as many titles as there are versions.

But also some of the great names come by - the Ink Spots, B.B. King, Dinah Washington, Memphis Minnie and Lucille Bogan. Just another set of great Rhythm & Blues.



  1. Hot Lips Page & His Band - Lafayette
  2. Ink Spots - That Cat Is High
  3. B B King - She's Dynamite
  4. James Tisdom - Model T Boogie
  5. Erroll Garner - Bouncin' With Me
  6. Four Jumps Of Jive - It's Just The Blues
  7. Dinah Washington - Joy Juice
  8. Big Charlie Bradix - Boogie Like You Wanna
  9. John Lee Hooker - Boogie Rambler
  10. Bill Samuels - I'm Coming Home To Stay
  11. Washboard Sam - Evil Blues
  12. Big Bill Broonzy - C.C. Rider
  13. Memphis Minnie - Hoodoo Lady Blues
  14. Lucille Bogan - Bogan Ways Blues
  15. Ada Brown - Panama Limited Blues
  16. Betty Hall Jones - Learn To Boogie
  17. Memphis Jimmy - Drifting
  18. T-Bone Walker - Strollin' with Bones


  • Wild Bill Moore Sextette - Bongo Bounce
The following music served as background music during the spoken parts:
  • Kirk Kirkland - The Saxaphone Rag
  • Cozy Eggleston - Big Heavy
  • King Brady's Clarinet Band - Embarressement Blues (Sidewalk Blues)
  • Red Johnson - Mama Does The Boogie
  • Sonny Thompson - Sugar Cane
  • Tiny Grimes - Profoundly Blue