Top Louis Jordan Albums
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Chartreuse (Live)
Chartreuse (Live)
[2014]
The Jazz Effect - Louis Jordan
The Jazz Effect - Louis Jordan
[2013]
Those Were the Days; Big Band Hero
Those Were the Days; Big Band Hero
[2013]
On Fire with Louis Jordan
On Fire with Louis Jordan
[2013]
Easy Does It
Easy Does It
[2013]
Go Blow Your Horn
Go Blow Your Horn
[2012]
Caldonia Boogie
Caldonia Boogie
[2012]
Saturday Night Fish Fry
Saturday Night Fish Fry
[2011]
Five Guys Names Moe
Five Guys Names Moe
[2011]
Rhythm'n Blues & Rock'n Roll, Vol. 4
Rhythm'n Blues & Rock'n Roll, Vol. 4
[2010]
Salt Pork West Virginia
Salt Pork West Virginia
[2010]
Louis Jordan
Louis Jordan
[2010]
Caldonia
Caldonia
[2009]
I Believe In Music (The Definitive Black & Blue Sessions (Paris, France 1973))
I Believe In Music (The Definitive Black & Blue Sessions (Paris, France 1973))
[2009]
GI Jive
GI Jive
[2008]
The King of the Jukebox
The King of the Jukebox
[2008]
Rock Doc! (Louis Jordan on Mercury 1956-57)
Rock Doc! (Louis Jordan on Mercury 1956-57)
[2008]
Let The Good Times Roll
Let The Good Times Roll
[2008]
The Irresistible Mr. Louis Jordan and His Tympany Five, Vol. 2
The Irresistible Mr. Louis Jordan and His Tympany Five, Vol. 2
[2006]
Swing & Blues Louis Jordan
Swing & Blues Louis Jordan
[2006]
Louis Jordan: #1's
Louis Jordan: #1's
[2004]
G.I. Jive
G.I. Jive
[2003]
Complete 1950-1952 Decca Recordings (Bonus Track Version)
Complete 1950-1952 Decca Recordings (Bonus Track Version)
[2002]
1950-1951
1950-1951
[2002]
V Disc: Louis Jordan
V Disc: Louis Jordan
[2000]
Masters of Jazz - Louis Jordan
Masters of Jazz - Louis Jordan
[2000]
Man Alive - It's the Jumping Jive
Man Alive - It's the Jumping Jive
[1999]
Swingsation: Louis Jordan
Swingsation: Louis Jordan
[1999]
Louis Jordan: Let the Good Times Roll - The Anthology 1938-1953
Louis Jordan: Let the Good Times Roll - The Anthology 1938-1953
[1999]
The Platinum Collection
The Platinum Collection
[1997]
Five Guys Named Moe: Original Decca Recordings, Vol. 2
Five Guys Named Moe: Original Decca Recordings, Vol. 2
[1992]
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Related Information for Louis JordanLouis Jordan (July 8, 1908 - February 4, 1975) was a pioneering African-American jazz and rhythm & blues musician and songwriter who enjoyed his greatest popularity from the late 1930s to the early 1950s. Known as “The King of the Jukebox”, Jordan was highly popular with both black and white audiences in the later years of the swing era. read more