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Easy Ed's Variety Hour (Rock)

http://www.easy-ed.net

With DJ Easy Ed

Fri May 29th 2009 6.00pm–8.00pm

R=listener request. N=music new at the station. L=local music. Your purchases using the Buy it! links help support the station.

Time zone: eastern

6:12pm

Benny Joy “Little Red Book”
from Crash the Rockabilly Party CD Single (Ace Records 2011) —Antler Records 1958

6:12pm

Jerry Lee Lewis “Big Blon' Baby”
from Greatest Hits CD Album (Charly 1957) —Sun Records 1959

6:14pm

Warren Scott and the Memphis Playboys “Set Me Free”
from From their forthcoming CD —www.myspace.com/warrenscottthememphisplayboys

6:14pm

Kim Lenz and Her Jaguars “Ten Cats Down”
from Kim Lenz and Her Jaguars CD/Lossless Album (HMG) —1998/http://www.kimlenz.com

6:15pm

Bill Haley and His Comets “Hook, Line, and Sinker”
from Timeless (Sound Hound Music) —Decca Records 1956

6:17pm

Hal Harris “Jitterbop Baby”
from Various: Rarest Rockabilly and Hillbilly Boogie (Ace Records) —Starday Records (originally unissued)

6:17pm

Marti Brom “Eat My Words”
from Snake Ranch CD Album (Goofin' Records) —www.myspace.com/martirockabilly

6:42pm

Bill Justis “Smokie Part II”
from 12 Instrumental Hits LP Album (Smash LP) —Background/ambient

6:43pm

Boots Randolph “Walk Right In”
from Yakety Sax Vinyl Album (Monument 1963) —Background/ambient

6:45pm

Cliff Bruner and His Texas Wanderers “My Pretty Blonde”
from Cliff Bruner and His Texas Wanderers (Bear Family Records) —Decca Records 1947

6:45pm

Eddie Noack “Gentlemen Prefer Blondes”
from The Starday and D Sessions, Vol. 1 (Cactus Records) —Note: Gold Star Records 1949

6:46pm

The Texas Troubadours “This Ain't the Blues”
from The Texas Troubadours: Almost to Tulsa (Bear Family Records) —http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ViY2WXvVXYU

6:48pm

The Texas Troubadours “Leon's Guitar Boogie”
from The Texas Troubadours: Almost to Tulsa (Bear Family Records) —Background/ambient

6:51pm

Herb and Rex “Baby Don't Leave Me”
from Various: Rockin' Boppin' Duos (Cheesecake Records) —Also known as Rex and Herb/Janet Records 1960

6:51pm

Carmol Taylor “Free as a Breeze”
from Various: Rockabilly Hoodlums, Vol. 2 CD Comp (Collector Records) —Tagg Records 1959

6:52pm

Sonny Fisher “Hey Mama”
from Various: Real Cool Cats: Texas Rockabilly 1955 CD Comp (El Toro Records El Toro Records) —Starday Records 1955

6:52pm

Carl Perkins “Only You”
from Carl Perkins: The Classics (Bear Family Records 1958) —Sun Records 1957

6:53pm

Wanda Jackson “I'd Rather Have a Broken Heart”
from Wanda Jackson: Right or Wrong CD Album (Bear Family Records) —Capitol Records 1960

7:00pm

Jack Arnold “Pistol Packin' Mama”
from Various: Hot Rockin' (Buffalo Bop) —Wildcat Records 1959

7:01pm

The Champs “The Rattler”
from The Champs: The Early Singles CD Comp (Ace Records) —Background/ambient

7:02pm

Buddy Holly “Ting-A-Ling”
from Buddy Holly and the Crickets: The Ultimate EP Collection CD Single (See For Miles LTD) —Decca Records 1957

7:04pm

Gene Norman “Snaggle Tooth Ann”
from Various: Teen-Age Mafia (Buffalo Bop) —Snag Records 1959

7:04pm

Warren Smith “Uranium Rock” CD Album (Bear Family Records) —Sun Records 1958 (originally unissued)

7:06pm

Narvel Felts “You Don't Care”
from Various: Essential Sun Rockabillies, Vol. 5 (Charly Records) —Sun Records 1957 (originally unissued)

7:07pm

Junior Thompson “Mama's Little Baby”
from Various: The Complete Meteor Rockabilly & Hillbilly Recordings (Ace Records) —Meteor Records 1956

7:08pm

The Racketeers “I'm Gone”
from Another Round with The Racketeers Rivendell Album (Scollay Square Music) —www.myspace.com/theracketeersboston

7:09pm

Duane Eddy “Lonesome Road”
from Have Twangy Guitar Will Travel/$1,000,000 Worth of Twang (Motown) —Background/ambient

7:10pm

Duane Eddy “Rebel Rouser”
from Have Twangy Guitar Will Travel/$1,000,000 Worth of Twang (Motown) —Background/ambient

7:18pm

Ricky Nelson “You Tear Me Up”
from Ricky Rocks (Bear Family Records 2013) —Imperial Records 1958

7:19pm

Little Rachel “I Wanna Boogie”
from 'Cause I Feel Good CD Album (Self-Released) —www.littlerachel.net

7:21pm

Gene Maltais “Lovemakin'”
from Various: The Raging Teens, Vol. 2 CD Comp (Norton Records) —Regal Records 1958

7:22pm

Mickey Hawks and the Night Raiders “Cottonpickin'”
from Various: The Best of Profile Records (profile) —Profile Records 1958

7:24pm

Scott Engel “Devil Surfer”
from Various: Lost Legends of Surf Guitar 2: Point Panic CD Comp (Sundazed) —Background/ambient

7:31pm

The Enchanters “Boogie Woogie Daddy”
from Various: Bump Jump Jive (Lucky Records) —Jubilee Records 1952 (originally unrelased)

7:32pm

The Checkers “White Cliffs of Dover”
from Checkmate: The Complete King Recordings 1952-55 (Ace Records) —King Records 1953

7:33pm

Big Duke “Baby Beat It”
from Various: Long Gone Daddies CD Comp (Ace Records) —Flair Records 1954

7:34pm

Young Jessie “Hit, Git, and Split”
from Various: Jiving Jamboree (Ace Records) —Modern Records 1956

7:34pm

Screamin' Jay Hawkins “Frenzy”
from Screamin' Jay Rocks (Bear Family Records) —Okeh Records 1957/ For Jason and Kate if they're listening tonight

7:36pm

Roscoe Gordon “Just a Little Bit”
from Various: The Golden Age of American Rock and Roll, Vol. 5 CD Album (Ace Records) —Vee-Jay Records 1959

7:38pm

Arthur Alexander “I Hang My Head and Cry”
from Arthur Alexander: The Greatest CD Album (Ace Records) —Note: London Records 1963

7:39pm

Lulu Reed and Freddie King “You Can't Hide”
from Various: Dance Floor Winners (Golden Beaver Records) —Federal Records 1962

7:40pm

Lee Allen “Boppin' at The Hop”
from Various: Bump Jump Jive (Lucky Records) —Background/ambient

7:47pm

Ronnie Self “Bop a Lena”
from Various: Honky Tonk Rockabillies, Volume 1 (Stomper Time) —For the Duke of the Discs in Fresno, CA.

7:53pm

Jack Scott “Flakey John”
from Baby She's Gone CD Comp (Castle Music) —Groove Records 1965

7:54pm

The Astronauts “Blues Beat”
from Various: Strictly Instrumental, Vol. 7 CD Comp (Buffalo Bop) —Background/ambient

7:57pm

Dave "Baby" Cortez “The Swinging Piano”
from Happy Organs, Wild Guitars, & Piano Shuffles (Ace Records) —Background/ambient

7:58pm

Hank Ballard and The Midnighters “Goodbye So Long”
from Nothing But Good (Bear Family Records) —King Records 1960

8:01pm

Al Casey “Monte Carlo”
from Cookin' CD Album (Sundazed Records)


Like everything else, times are approximate. Spinitron and this station are not liable for errors or omissions.