The Minimum Wage / Workin' Man
B.K.Anderson / Louis Jordan
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B.K.Anderson recorded three singles for the Swirl label, out of New York, in 1962. Two are novelty records but the third, “The Minimum Wage” is a superb Popcorn shuffler with a trademark laughing sax and a rising price tag.
Louis Jordan, “king of the jukebox”, was one of the most successful black American musicians of all time. He was mostly associated with the Swing era, something that is still evident on this 1962 Tangerine recording from late in his career.