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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 Aug 20th 2010 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

5:51pm

The Tunetoppers “Madison Jr.”
from The Madison Dance Party (Amy Records)

5:57pm

The Tornadoes “Bumble Bee Stomp”
from Bustin' Surfboards Single (Sundazed)

5:59pm

The Ventures “Caravan” Single

6:03pm

Wildfire Willie and The Ramblers “She Just Tears Me Up”
from Various: Jump Cats It's Wild, Vol. 2 (Tail Records) —www.myspace.com/wildfirewillie

6:04pm

Travis Wammack “I’m Gonna Rock”
from Various: Fernwood Rockabillies (Stomper Time Records) —Originally unissued

6:06pm

Darrel Higham “Let's Rock Tonight”
from Various: The Best of Fury Rockabilly, Vol. 2 (Nervous Records) —www.darrelhigham.co.uk/

6:09pm

Buddy Holly “Rock Around With Ollie Vee”
from Hollybilly: Buddy Holly 1956 (El Toro Records El Toro Records) —Decca Records 1957

6:13pm

The King's Henchmen “All Tore Up”
from Various: 100 '50s & '60s Rock & Roll Instrumentals (Big Eye Music) —Background/ambient

6:19pm

Deke Dickerson and the Ecco-Fonics “Cut Loose”
from Deke Down Under (Ecco-Fonic Records) —See Deke Dickerson and the Ecco-Fonics at the Midway Café on 8/25, with Easy Ed’s Record Hop. www.dekedickerson.com

6:21pm

Eddie Cochran “Sweetie Pie”
from The Eddie Cocran Box Set (EMI) —Liberty Records 1960/For Poison Ivy

6:23pm

Terry Noland “Oh Baby! Look at Me”
from Old Time Rockabilly (Silver Records) —Brunswick Records 1958

6:35pm

Lonnie Mack “One Mint Julep”
from Still On the Move (Ace Records) —Background/ambient

6:35pm

Lonnie Mack “Wildwood Flower”
from Still On the Move (Ace Records) —Background/ambient

6:36pm

Jean Shepard “I Want to Go Where No One Knows Me”
from Jean Shepard: Honky-Tonk Heroine CD Album (Country Music Foundation Records) —Capitol Records 1960

6:37pm

Kitty Wells “I Heard the Jukebox Playing”
from Kitty Wells: The Queen of Country Music (Bear Family Records) —Decca Records 1952

6:42pm

The Joel Patterson Trio “Steel Guitar Rag”
from Steel Is Real (Ventrella Records) —Background/ambient

6:43pm

Bill Haley and The Saddlemen “Teardrops from My Eyes”
from Bill Haley: Rock 'n' Roll Arrives (Bear Family Records) —1950 (originally unreleased)

6:47pm

Little Jimmy Dickens “Hey Worm!”
from Various: Rock ‘n’ Roll (Membran Music) —Columbia Records 1955

6:49pm

Hawkshaw Hawkins “Dog House Boogie”
from I'm a Rattlesnakin' Daddy CD Comp (West Side Records) —King Records 1948

6:52pm

The Delmore Brothers “Beale Street Boogie”
from Various: King Hillbilly Bop 'n' Boogie CD (Ace Records) —1947 (originally unreleased)

6:59pm

Walt McCoy and His Texas Wanderers “Richey Boogie”
from Various: Hillbilly Boogie (Proper Records Okeh Records) —Background/ambient

7:02pm

Jackie Brenston “Trouble Up The Road”
from Various: The Sue Records Story CD Comp (EMI)

7:03pm

Fats Domino “I’m Ready”
from They Call Me The Fat Man: The Legendary Imperial Recordings (EMI) —Imperial Records 1959

7:05pm

Shirley Gunter and The Queens “Oop Shoop”
from Various: R&B Confidential, Vol. 1 (Ace Records) —Flair Records 1955

7:07pm

Lord Luther “A Thinkin’ Man’s Girl”
from I Am the Lord! (Ace Records)

7:10pm

Preston Love “The Huckleboogie”
from Various: Chicken Shack Boogie, Vol. 7 (Play Back Records) —Background/ambient

7:16pm

Johnny Griffin “Joe’s Boogie”
from Various: Rhythm & Blues Goes Rock and Roll, Vol 2 (Past Perfect Records) —Background/ambient

7:16pm

Rudy Ray Moore “Hully Gully Fever (And The Flu Bug Too)”
from Hully Gully Fever (Norton Records 2008) —Ball Records 1958

7:17pm

King Coleman “Do The Hully Gully”
from It’s Dance Time (Norton Records)

7:23pm

The Rockin’ Rebels “Hully Gully Rock”
from Wild Weekend EP (Rollercoaster Records) —Background/ambient

7:23pm

Deke Dickerson “Deep Dark Jungle”
from Various: This Is Ecco-Fonic! (Ecco-Fonic Records) —See Deke Dickerson and the Ecco-Fonics at the Midway Café on 8/25, with Easy Ed’s Record Hop. www.dekedickerson.com

7:23pm

The Dave and Deke Combo “El Cumbanchero”
from Hollywood Barn Dance CD Album (Hey Day Records)

7:29pm

The Dave and Deke Combo “Didn't It Rock”
from Moonshine Melodies CD Album (No Hit Records)

7:33pm

The Dave and Deke Combo “Alamo”
from There's Nothing Like an Old Hillbilly CD Album (Bucket-Lid Records) —Background/ambient

7:34pm

The Star Devils “She's My Chick”
from Diagnosis Dee-Licious CD Album (Kat-Tone Records) —www.myspace.com/stardevils

7:35pm

The Flea Bops “Gotta Bop” (Vinylux Records Vinylux Records) —www.vinylux.com

7:35pm

Don Woody “Bird Dog”
from Various: That'll Flat Git It! Vol. 2 (Bear Family Records) —Decca Records 1956

7:43pm

The Johnny Burnette Trio “Sweet Love on My Mind”
from The Johnny Burnette Trio: Rockbilly Boogie CD Comp (Bear Family Records) —Recorded for Coral Records 1956 (originally unissued)

7:44pm

The Starline Rhythm Boys “Ubangi Stomp”
from Masquerade for Heartache (Cow Island Music) —www.myspace.com/starlinerhythmboys

7:44pm

Jerry Lee Lewis “Lewis Workout”
from Various: 706 Union Instrumentals (Charly Records) —Background/ambient

7:48pm

The 5 Royales “Think” Single (Ace Records) —King Records 1957/For Jorge

7:54pm

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

7:57pm

Earl Hooker “The Hucklebuck”
from Various: 706 Union Instrumentals (Charly Records) —Background/ambient

7:58pm

Bo Diddley “Hey Bo Diddley”
from Bo Diddley: The Chess Box CD Album (MCA) —Chess Records 1957

8:08pm

Mar-Keys “Last Night” Vinyl Single (Satellite 1960)

8:08pm

Arthur Conley “Sweet Soul Music” Vinyl Single (ATCO 1967)

8:10pm

Little Milton “Grits Ain't Groceries” Single (Varese Sarabande 1968)

8:12pm

Edwin Starr “Agent Double-O-Soul” Single

8:26pm

Jean Knight “Mr. Big Stuff”
from mr. big stuff Vinyl Single (Stax 1971)

8:15pm

Bob and Earl “Harlem Shuffle” Single

8:17pm

The Sweet Inspirations “Sweet Inspiration” Single

8:28pm

The Dramatics “Whatcha See Is Whatcha Get” Vinyl Single (Volt 1971)

8:30pm

Betty Wright “Clean Up Woman” Single (Atlantic)

8:32pm

Otis Redding “Tramp” Single

8:38pm

Arthur Alexander “A shot of Rhythm and Blues” Single

8:40pm

Shirley Ellis “The Real Nitty Gritty” Vinyl Single (Congress 1963)

8:44pm

Eddie Floyd “Big Bird” Single (Stax 1967)

8:42pm

Dee Dee Sharp and Chubby Checker “Slow Twistin'” Single

8:49pm

Booker T & the MGs “Let's Go” Single

8:50pm

Big Maybelle “My Country Man” Single

8:52pm

Louis Jordan “Sweet Hunk of Junk” Single

8:54pm

The Platters “Voo-VeeAh-Bee” Single

8:56pm

Etta James “Good Rockin' Daddy” Single (Modern 1955)

9:00pm

The Mar-Keys “Pop-Eye Stroll” Single


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