Inspired by Marc Myers and his blog at jazzwax.com, I have put together a playlist that might inspire a nice Thanksgiving Feast.
“Eat That Chicken” by Charles Mingus from Atlantic album “Oh Yeah”
“I Ate Up the Apple Tree” by Dirty Dozen Brass Band
“Beans and Corn Bread” Louis Jordan
“Corn Bread” by Hal Singer Sextette and reissued on the Bear Family CD, “1948:Blowing The Fuse-28 R&B Classics”
“Cornbread And Butter Beans” by the Carolina Chocolate Drops from the CD “Heritage.”
“Cabbage Greens” by Champion Jack Dupree available on JSP 4 CD box set of Dupree’s early recordings.
“Hey Sweet Potato” by Buddy Johnson from CD collection “The R&B Years - 1947”
“Sweet Potato Man” by Willie King from CD “One Love.”
“Red Beans” by Snooks Eaglin from his “Teasin’ You” CD
“Cherry Pie” by Marvin and Johnny and also by Swamp Pop artist Jay Randall (Reissued on “Swamp Gold Vol. 2”. Here is link to Marvin & Johnny’s original, reissued on English Ace label. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RhfNJASU7NM
“Do Fries Come With That Shake” Tommy Brown from the BoneDog CD “Rockin’ My Blues Away.”
Of course, Thanksgiving in great part is about "Family," as recorded by Jim Hall and Bill Frisell from their CD "Hemispheres," on ArtistShare.
I hope all of you who celebrate Thanksgiving have a wonderful day and celebrate the things thatv really matter.