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Easy Ed's Variety Hour (Rock)

http://www.easy-ed.net

Rockabilly, rhythm & blues, '50s rock 'n' roll

With DJ Easy Ed

Fri Mar 10th 2017 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

6:07pm

Sammy Masters “Pink cadillac”
from Various: That'll Flat Git It! Vol. 26 (Bear Family Records) —4 Star Records 1956

6:08pm

Howie Stange “This Old Bomb of Mine”
from Various: Hot Rod Gang CD Comp (Buffalo Bop) —Jenn Records 1959

6:09pm

Deke Dickerson and the Ecco-Fonics “Hot Rod Queen”
from Number One Hit Record (Hightone Records) —www.dekedickerson.com/

6:11pm

Tex Rubinowitz “Hot Rod Man”
from Hot Rod Man 45 (Ripsaw Records) —Ripsaw Records 1979 www.ripsawrecords.com/

6:15pm

The Sleepwalkers “Golden Mile”
from Various: 100 '50s & '60s Rock & Roll Instrumentals (Big Eye Music) —Background/ambient

6:16pm

Billy Brown “Flip Out”
from Various: Ain't I'm A Dog (Columbia Legacy) —Columbia Records 1958

6:17pm

Monty Olive “Mary Lee”
from n/a (J.J.s Records) —J.J.s Records 1968

6:18pm

The Hot Rod Rhythm Boys “What Did You Say”
from Introduction (Raucous Records) —http://hotrodrhythmboys.com/

6:19pm

Joe Bennett and The Sparkletones “Penny Loafers and Bobby Socks”
from n/a (ABC Paramount 45) —ABC Paramount 1957

6:29pm

Duane Eddy “Dream Lover”
from Duane A Go Go Go CD Album (Colpix) —Background/ambient

6:29pm

Miss Amy Griffin “Cogs”
from n/a (Rockin’ Records 45) —https://www.facebook.com/Rockin-Records-761286867289652/

6:29pm

The Four Notables “Rock of Gibraltar Rock”
from Various: Nau Voo Rock And Roll (Collector Records) —Background/ambient

6:32pm

The Mee Kats “Crazy Over You”
from All Dressed Up (Skip Records Self-Released) —www.meekats.co.uk/

6:35pm

Niki Sullivan “it's All Over”
from Various: That'll Flat Git It, Vol. 5 Single (Bear Family Records) —Dot Records 1958

6:36pm

Kip Tyler “Ooh Yeah Baby” (Fury Records Hydra Records) —Background/ambient

6:36pm

Ronnie Haig “Don't You Hear Me Calling Baby”
from Various: That'll Flat Git It! Vol. 13 (Bear Family Records) —Note Records 1958

6:37pm

The Side-Wynders “The Side-Wynders”
from Let's Go Sparkin' With . . . (Rhythm Bomb Records) —www.facebook.com/thesidewynders/?fref=ts

6:49pm

J.R. White “Rock ‘n’ Roll Twist”
from Various: Dixie Rock And Roll (Collector Records) —Dixie Records 1962

6:49pm

Bert Weedon “Guitar Boogie Shuffle” (Master Classics Records) —Background/ambient

6:50pm

The Coachmen “Long-Haul Weekend”
from The Turner Sessions CD Album (unreleased Unreleased) —http://roysludge.com/ See Roy Sludge March 18 at Atwood’s (early 4:00 PM show).

6:51pm

Jimmy Johnson “How About Me”
from Various: Ultra Rare Rockabillies, Vol. 11 (Chief Records) —Viv Records 1956

6:52pm

Rem Wall “Heartsick and Blue”
from Let's Take a Ride Down (Rykodisc) —Glenn Records 1960

6:57pm

Rusty and Doug Kershaw “Why Don’t You Love Me”
from Louisiana Men (Ace Records) —Hickory Records 1957

6:58pm

Jimmy Evans “American Sound Stomp”
from The Joint's Really Jumpin' (Rockhouse) —Background/ambient

6:59pm

Dave Appell and the Applejacks “Applejack”
from n/a (Cameo 45) —Background/ambient

6:59pm

The Royals “Are You Forgetting”
from Various: Jiving Jamboree 3 (Ace Records) —Federal Records 1952

7:00pm

The Du-Droppers “Can’t Do Sixty No More”
from Boot 'Em Up (Acrobat Music) —Red Robbin 1952

7:00pm

Dolly Cooper “Big Rock Inn”
from Various: Rock 'n' Roll Mamas, Vol. 1 (Popcorn Records) —Dot Records 1956

7:11pm

The Five Dukes “Wheel Baby Wheel”
from Various: Doo Wop Classics, Vol. 11 (Essential Media Group) —Atlas Records 1955

7:12pm

Little Marie Allen “Humdinger”
from n/a (Triumph 45) —Triumph Records 1959

7:12pm

Chuck Berry “You Never Can Tell”
from n/a (Chess Records 45) —Chess Records 1964

7:16pm

Bill Haley and His Comets “Little Meanie Jeanie”
from The Warner Brothers Years and More (Bear Family Records) —Background/ambient

7:17pm

The Citations “The Stomp”
from Various: R&B Humdingers, Vol. 13 (Vee-Tone Records / IODA) —Mercury Records 1964

7:17pm

Belegianetts “Do the Crank”
from n/a (USA Records) —USA Records 1963

7:21pm

Bill Johnston “You Better Dig It”
from Various: Most Wild and Frantic, Vol. 1 Single (Official Records) —Talos Records 1959

7:25pm

The Breakaway Five “Jivin’”
from Various: Bullet & Sur-Speed Records--Rock'n'Roll (Yellow Label) —Background/ambient

7:25pm

Johnny Kidd and The Pirates “Shakin’ All Over”
from n/a (HMV 45) —HMV Records 1960

7:27pm

The Outcasts “Wild Little Willy”
from The Outcasts (Self-Released) —www.facebook.com/The-Outcasts-126103007459586/

7:29pm

Roy Young “I’m in Love”
from Various: U.K. Rock 'n' Beat, Vol. 3 (Smith & Co.) —Fontana Records 1960

7:31pm

Roy Orbison “What’d I Say”
from n/a —London Records 1964

7:36pm

Joe Brown “The Switch”
from Various: U.K. Rock 'n' Beat, Vol. 1 (Smith & Co.) —Background/ambient

7:37pm

The Blarneys “Kilkenny’s Party”
from n/a (Romulus 45) —Romulus Records 1964

7:44pm

Joe Barragan “Irish Twist”
from Twistin' (Crown Records 2006) —Background/ambient

7:44pm

Charles Wright and the Malibus “Runky”
from n/a (Titanic 45) —Titanic Records 1962

7:45pm

The Velaires “Yes It's Me (And I'm in Love Again)”
from The Screamers to Flairs to Velaires (Bear Family Records) —Jamie Records 1961 (originally unreleased)

7:45pm

The Pitmen “Susie Q”
from Various: Greasy Rock 'n' Roll, Vol. 13 (Blakey Holdings Blakey Holdings) —Earth Records (date?)

7:46pm

The 24th Street Wailers “Can't Fight It”
from Where Evil Grows (Lmb Records) —www.facebook.com/pg/the24thstreetwailers/about/?ref=page_internal

7:47pm

Ian Speller “Tijuana”
from Various: Cat’n Around, Vol.2 (Raucous Records) —Background/ambient

7:51pm

Eddie Cochran “Somethin' Else”
from The Eddie Cochran Box Set CD Single (EMI) —Liberty Records 1959

7:55pm

The Montereys “Rocker”
from Various: Elemental Instrumentals (Ace Records) —Background/ambient

7:55pm

The Sonics “Marlene”
from Various: Bloodshot! The Gaity Records Story, Vol. 1 (Norton Records) —Gaity Records 1958

7:57pm

Tim Whitsett “Scalywag”
from Various: Rockabilly Wildcats (Rock-A-Billy Records) —Atlas Records 1962


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