1. Honky Tonk Train Boogie - The title track is the right hand of Honky Tonk Train Blues by Meade “Lux” Lewis (1927). It came about by wondering, “What would this sound like if I used this bass?..."
2. If Schroeder played Boogie Woogie - If the little guy from the Peanuts cartoon cut loose, this is the groove I thought he'd play.
3. Sweet Emily Boogie is for my middle girl.
4. R-R-Repeatin' B-B-Boogie - quick single notes makes it a challenge.
5. Inchin' Down the Highway - stuck in traffic, listening to bad rap from other cars
6. A Mighty Boogie Indeed - Just lettin' it rip
7. Danielle's Reading Chair - one for my oldest while in her room doing what she loves best; reading.
8. Friday's Boogie - The weekend is here! I guess it would sound like this in 1930.
9. "Eh, What are you Gonna Do?" - What my 80 year old Aunt Mag says about everything. Pretty profound when you think about it. The partner song is #13. Together is the wisdom of the ages.
10. Erica's Dancing Feet - My baby is rhythm in motion, she moves so fast. She flits like a hummingbird.
11. Short and Sweet - Just the facts (Like Joe Friday from Dragnet)
12. Running Boogie - A lot of patterns and just keeps going and going.....
13. "It's a Shame" Blues - See #9.
14. End of a Long Day Blues - Time for home and to just kick back.
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I liked both CD's very much--the only thing--I have to play them when my wife is not around--I like Boogie "Loud"--thank you--Ken
Would love to have an overhead video of the keyboard so we could see how he does it