First we have a boogie by Dick Lewis (Imperial, Los Angeles, 1947) “Beale Street Boogie” – Is this about Memphis’ most famous alley? Let’s stay in Memphis with Ernie Chaffin for a strong Country-rock on Sun records, “Laughin’ and Jokin'” (Pee Wee Maddux on steel). Then to Nashville with Dick Stratton, a 1951 romper, “Fat Gal Boogie”(Nashboro label). From Florida comes Joe Asher “Photograph Of You” (DeLuxe label) – I dig interplay between fiddle and steel. Then on to Texas, Jimmy Heap’s “That’s That” (Imperial, 1949) energic & never reissued! We come to an end with the York Brothers and their “Monday Morning Blues”; Hope you enjoy, and post your comments if any…