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Amos Milburn – One Scotch, One Bourbon, One Beer (1953)

Sunday afternoon and time to order a round (something my colleagues will known is something I generally try and avoid).

Not quite sure whether Amos was constructing a “suite” of drinks rather like that achieved by Alan Partridge 50 years later  – Alan’s classic “Ladyboy” concoction consisted, of course, of a pint of lager with chasers of a small Bailey’s and a gin and tonic (check here for the sketch and the details).

Amos Milburn released a series of classic singles in the late 1940s and early 1950s and this is one of my favourites – originally written by Rudy Toombs. You just can’t go wrong with the Aladdin Records label!

Cheers.

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