Couple of tracks ("Detroit Moan" and "Telephoning The Blues", 1929) from the underrated Victoria Spivey
that led me to "How Do You Do It That Way", with Victoria Spivey and Louis Armstrong (on the 1929 Okeh version)
When the rooster and the hen go to the barn to play
Oh the henhouse chickens, how do they do it that way?
which is in my Top Ten Sexiest Records Ever list.
Now that I've found The Red Hot Jazz Archive posting may be rather slow, as I will be listening to everything several times over.
In fact I think I might grow a huge beard and start up a radio jazz programme, say Radio 2 at one o'clock in the morning, just an hour...
Readers: Come on Aunty Beeb! He pays his license fee like everybody else, give him a slot!
Blogista: Erm, I don't have a TV so I don't pay the license fee.
Readers: That's scuppered that, then.
Blogista: Meanwhile here's Clarence Williams with an oddly sinister recording of "'I'll Be Glad When You're Dead You Rascal You".