14.What's the Use of Getting Sober ( When You Gonna Get Drunk Again )
15.Every Man to His Own Profession
16.Reet Petite and Gone
18.Beware Brother Beware
19.Chicky-Mo Craney Cow
20.How High Am I ?
21.Jack You're Dead
22.Early in the Mornin'
23.Nobody But Me
24.Ain't That Just Like a Woman ( They'll Do It Every Time )
26.Ain't Nobody Here But Us Chickens
27.Choo Choo CH ' Boogie
28.That Chick's Too Young to Fry
29.Salt Pork West Virginia
30.Saturday Night Fish Fry
31.Knock Me a Kiss
32.School Days ( When We Were Kids )
33.Blue Light Boogie
34.Beans & Cornbread
35.Don't Let the Sun Catch You Cryin'
36.Someday Done Change the Lock My Door
Nearly all of the music on this European LP has since been reissued on CD, but it did give listeners a fine sampling of the lesser-known recordings of Louis Jordan's Tympani Five. Jordan, who is well showcased on both vocals and alto, is heard on 16 selections taken from 11 sessions spanning nearly an eight-year period. Such obscurities as his renditions of "Pompton Turnpike," "T-Bone Blues," "I Know What You're Puttin' Down" and "Chicky-Mo Craney Crow" are on this album, along with two hits: "Deacon Jones" and "G.I. Jive." But get the more complete CDs instead. ~ Scott Yanow