Saturday Night Fish Fry - Louis Jordan - 1939-1954 (CD)

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  1. "Saturday Night Fish Fry" was first recorded by Eddie Williams and His Brown Buddies with spoken vocals by the song's composer, Ellis Walsh. Williams had a number 2 R&B hit with the song "Broken Hearted". "Saturday Night Fish Fry" was intended to be the band's next single, but the acetate found its way to Louis Jordan's agent Jump blues, R&B.
  2. Fish fries - open parties with lots of food, drink, music and revelry - were a New Orleans tradition in the black community. On Saturday nights, a red kerosene lamp would indicate which houses were hosting. In this song, Louis Jordan sings about hitting up a particularly festive fish fry on Rampart.
  3. "Saturday Night Fish Fry" (Louis Jordan and His Tympany Five) Saturday Night Fry was a six-part comedy series on BBC Radio 4, first broadcast between 30 April and 4 June Episode One had previously been broadcast as a pilot on 19 December , under the title Fry on Saturday.
  4. Saturday Night Fish Fry Lyrics: Now if you've ever been down to New Orleans / Then you can understand just what I mean / Now all through the week it's quiet as a mouse / But on Saturday night .
  5. Discover releases, reviews, track listings, recommendations, and more about Louis Jordan And His Tympany Five - Saturday Night Fish Fry at Discogs. Complete your Louis Jordan And .
  6. This is an absolute must-own album for fans of Louis Jordan. Jordan was before my time, but I was hooked on his music the first time I heard "Beans and Corn Bread" in the early 90's. And every week on Dinner and a Movie on TBS. I've always been partial to Saturday Night Fish Fry, Knock Me a Kiss, and Blue Light Boogie/5(58).
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