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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 Nov 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

5:42pm

Jimmy Witherspoon “My Girl Ivy”
from Rock And Roll Dance Party, Vol. 1 CD Comp (RRDP)

5:42pm

The Arabians “The Shack” Single

5:44pm

The Jewels “Rickety Rock”
from n/a (Antler 45)

5:46pm

Roy Perkins “Drop Top” Single

5:52pm

Lynn Vernon “Caravan” Single

5:53pm

Lee Castle & The Jimmy Dorsey Orchestra “The Big Bad Train” Single

5:57pm

Jay Swan “Got My Mojo Workin'” Single

6:05pm

Moon Mullican “Moon's Rock”
from n/a (Coral 45) —Coral Records 1958

6:05pm

Bobby Brant and The Rhythm Rockers “Piano Nellie”
from Various: That'll Flat Git It! Vol. 21 (Bear Family Records) —White Rock Records 1958

6:08pm

Jerry Lee Lewis “Let's Talk About Us”
from Classic Jerry Lee Lewis Album (Bear Family Records) —Sun Records 1959

6:08pm

Paul London & The Capers “Rosie Lee”
from Various: Rock & Roll With Piano, Vol. 6 (Collector Records) —Raleigh Records 1961

6:12pm

Jimmy Crain “Why Worry, Part 2”
from Rockin' With Jimmy Crain (Collector Records) —Background/ambient

6:15pm

Mary Ann and The Tri-Tones “Honey baby”
from Supersonic Gal (Tritone Music) —www.facebook.com/tritonez

6:17pm

The Jungle Tigers with Darrel Higham “Tiger Twist”
from n/a (Sleazy Records 45) —Sleazy Records 2006 www.facebook.com/jungletigers

6:21pm

The Passengers “Sand in Your Eye”
from n/a (Muse 45) —Background/ambient

6:22pm

Hank's Jalopy Demons “Warm and Close”
from Music on the Up Beat (Flipster Records) —www.facebook.com/HanksJalopyDemons?fref=ts

6:23pm

Hayden Thompson “Love My Baby”
from Rock-A-Billy Gal (Bear Family Records) —Phillips International 1957

6:26pm

The Boogeymen “Domino”
from Unreleased Demo (N/A)

6:32pm

Joe South “Baby, That's Alright”
from Joe South: The NRC Years 1958-1961 (Studio634 / The Orchard) —Background/ambient

6:31pm

The Blue Tones “Baby-O-Baby”
from Rollin’ Rochester (Kustom) —Kustom Records 1958

6:33pm

The Tune Rockers “Green Mosquito”
from n/a (United Artists 45) —United Artists 1958

6:34pm

The Blue Tones “Blue Tones Jam”
from Rollin’ Rochester (Kustom) —Background/ambient

6:37pm

Scotty Baker “Girl I Need”
from Lady Killer (El Toro Records El Toro Records) —www.scottybaker.com.au/

6:38pm

Jackie Dee “Buddy”
from n/a (Liberty Records 45) —Liberty Records 1958

6:40pm

Rod Bernard “Recorded In England”
from n/a (Scepter 45) —Scepter Records 1967

6:41pm

Perry & The Rockin' Aces “Dizee”
from Various: Rural Rockin Hicks (Collector Records) —Background/ambient

6:45pm

Billy Mize “Solid Sender”
from Various: That'll Flat Git It!, Vol. 9 CD Comp (Bear Family Bear Family Records) —Decca Records 1957

6:54pm

Eddie Jackson “Blues I Can'T Hide”
from Various: Ultra Rare Fortune and Hi-Q Special (Chief Records) —Caravan Records 1959 (?)

6:54pm

Joe Maphis “Lorrie Ann”
from Flying Fingers CD Comp (Bear Family Records) —Background/ambient

6:55pm

Hayden Thompson “These Boots Are Made For Walkin'”
from Here's Hayden Thompson MP3/Lossy (Kapp Records) —Kapp Records 1967

6:56pm

Deke Dickerson “Wear Out The Soles Of My Shoes”
from Deke Dickerson in 3-Dimensions! LP Album (Hillside Record Company) —See Deke, Jittery Jack, and Easy Ed’s Record Hop 11/18 at the Rockwell in Somerville. Advance tickets: https://www.ticketfly.com/event/1517985-deke-dickerson-somerville/

7:04pm

Big Al Sears “Tweedle Dee”
from Sear-iously (Bear Family Records) —Background/ambient

7:04pm

Roy Milton “Baby I'm Gone”
from Various: Dootone Rock 'N' Rhythm And Blues (Ace Records) —Dootone Records 1956

7:06pm

The Checkers “White Cliffs of Dover”
from n/a (King 45) —King Records 1953

7:08pm

The Hawks “Ever Since You've Been Gone”
from I'm Ready: The Modern Story (Remastered Version) (One Day Music)

7:10pm

Oscar McLollie and Jeanette Baker “Let Me Know”
from n/a (Rendezvous 45) —Rendezvous Records 1961

7:15pm

Googie Rene “Wham Bam”
from Best of Googie Rene (Class & Rendezvous 2010) —Background/ambient

7:15pm

The Isley Brothers “Everybody's Gonna Rock 'n' Roll”
from Various: Badass Rockers (Blues Town Records) —Gone Records 1958

7:16pm

LaVern Baker “Hey Memphis”
from n/a (Atlantic 45) —Atlantic Records 1961

7:20pm

The Flares “Monkey Walk”
from n/a (Press 45) —Press Records 1963

7:21pm

Big Jay Mercer “Bermudas”
from n/a (Oak 45) —Oak Records 1958

7:27pm

Les Drivers “Good Gully”
from Les Drivers Jouent (Versailles) —Background/ambient

7:28pm

Tony Sheridan “Top Ten Twist”
from n/a (Polydor 45) —Polydor 1964

7:29pm

Brian Howard & the Silhouettes “The Worryin' Kind”
from n/a (Columbia 45) —Columbia Records 1963

7:31pm

The Kaisers “You Won’t Be Satisfied”
from Squarehead Stomp CD Album (Get Hip) —https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Kaisers

7:36pm

The Clee Shays “Dynamite”
from n/a (Triumph 45) —Background/ambient

7:36pm

Les Sabres “Stand By”
from Various: Record Hop Madness, Vol. 3 Single (RHM Challenge Records) —Info please.

7:39pm

Mickey Gilley “Susie Q”
from n/a (Astra 45) —Astra Records 1965

7:39pm

Billy Harlan “I Wanna Bop”
from Various: That'll Flat Git It!, Vol. 2 (Bear Family Records) —Decca Records 1958

7:41pm

Johnny Redd “I Flipped My Top”
from Various: Can't Live Without Rockin' (Collector Records) —Carellen Records 1962

7:43pm

Jittery Jack “What's Buzzin' Cuzzin'”
from Gone Plum Crazy Rivendell (Wild Records) —See Deke Dickerson, Jittery Jack, and Easy Ed’s Record Hop 11/18 at the Rockwell in Somerville. Advance tickets: https://www.ticketfly.com/event/1517985-deke-dickerson-somerville/

7:46pm

The Journeymen “Workout”
from Various: Strictly Instrumental, Vol. 1 (Buffalo Bop) —Background/ambient

7:49pm

T.J. Mayes “Short Fuse”
from From the Plains to the Piers (Wild Records) —www.facebook.com/tjmayes59/?fref=ts

7:50pm

Maylon Humphries “Worried 'bout You Baby”
from Various: That'll Flat Git It! Vol. 10 Single (Bear Family Bear Family Records) —Chess Records 1957 (Originally unissued)

7:52pm

Don Willis “Boppin' High School Baby”
from Last Great Rockabilly Saturday Night (Stomper Time) —Satellite Records 1958

7:55pm

Lenny and the Thundertones “Thunder Express” Single —Background/ambient


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