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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 Apr 8th 2011 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

6:06pm

Buddy Holly “Blue Suede Shoes”
from Buddy Holly and the Crickets: The Ultimate EP Collection CD Single (See For Miles LTD) —Released on Coral, 1964

6:06pm

Vern Pullens “Rock on Mabel”
from Various: The Best of Spade Records (Spade Records) —Spade Records 1960

6:07pm

The Infernos “Here and There”
from Don't Know What You're Missin' (Pink 'n' Black Records) —www.myspace.com/theinfernosuk

6:08pm

Bob and The Bearcats “Love Me”
from Hold On Tight! CD Album (Pollytone Records) —From 1994

6:10pm

Ronnie Burton “Somebody's Been Babyin' My Baby”
from Various: Rockabilly Hoodlums, Vol. 2 CD Comp (Collector Records) —Tam Records

6:15pm

The Highlights “Studio Blues”
from Varous: The Best of Mark Records (Mark (sure)) —Background/ambient

6:16pm

Mel Robbins “Fidgety”
from Various: Nashville Rock 'N' Roll (Stomper Time Records) —Background/ambient

6:17pm

Charlie Rich “Whirlwind”
from Charlie Rich: That's Rich CD Comp (Charly Records) —Phillips International 1958

6:17pm

Randy Rich and The Poor Boys “The Way You Came”
from Perfect for Parties (El Toro Records El Toro Records) —http://www.randyrich.de/

6:20pm

Jackie Lee Cochran “Riverside Jump”
from Rock ‘n’ Roll Orgy, Vol. 3 (Flesh Den) —Sims Records 1956

6:22pm

Terry Daly And The Nu-Tones “You Don't Bug Me”
from Varous: The Best of Mark Records (Mark Records) —Mark Records 1958

6:28pm

Link Wray “Night Life”
from Slinky! The Epic Sessions, '58-'61 (Sundazed) —Background/ambient

6:28pm

Marti Brom “A Fool Such as I”
from Not for Nothin' (Ripsaw Records) —www.myspace.com/martirockabilly

6:29pm

Patsy Cline “Today, Tomorrow, and Forever”
from 50 Golden Greats: The Complete Early Years CD Album (Empire Records) —Decca Records 1957

6:33pm

Al Caiola “It's a Sin to Tell a Lie”
from The Guitar Style of Al Caiola LP Album (Camden LP 2012) —Background/ambient

6:35pm

Sonny Rogers and The Kingpins “Breakin’ Hearts”
from Sonny Rogers and the Kingpins (Enviken Records) —http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EMS2l97DH-c&feature=related

6:36pm

Johnny Cash “Mean Eyed Cat”
from Johnny Cash: The Sun Years (Rhino Records) —Sun Records (originally unissued)

6:36pm

Eddie Bond “Here Comes That Train”
from Memphis Rockabilly King (Stomper Time Records 2007) —Memphis 1965 (!)

6:40pm

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

6:42pm

Tommy Blake “Flat Foot Sam”
from Koolit (Bear Family Records) —Sun Records 1957

6:44pm

Tommy Sands “Little Mama”
from Early Hillbilly and Rockabilly Days CD Comp (Hydra Records)

6:51pm

The Joel Patterson Trio “Slidin’ the Scales”
from Steel Is Real (Ventrella Records) —Background/ambient

6:51pm

Ted Daffan’s Texans “Blue Steel Blues”
from Various: Doughboys, Playboys, and Cowboys (Proper Records Okeh Records) —Background/ambient

6:51pm

Hank Williams “Honky Tonkin’”
from The Complete Hank Williams CD Album (Mercury Records 1949) —MGM Records 1947

6:52pm

Shaun Horton's Del Rio Ramblers “Play the Music Louder”
from Go Away Hound Dog (Raucous Records) —http://delrioramblers.co.uk/

6:54pm

Bud Isaacs “Steelin' Home”
from Bud's Bounce CD Album (Bear Family Records)

6:57pm

Stretch Dawrson “Across the Alley from the Alamo”
from n/a —Live recording made in Edinburgh

7:05pm

Bud Isaacs “By The Waters of Minnetonka”
from Bud's Bounce CD Album (Bear Family Records)

7:05pm

Sil Austin “Green Blazer”
from Everything's Shakin' (Mercury LP) —Background/ambient

7:07pm

Gatemouth Brown “She Walks Right In”
from Various: The R&B Years 1950 (Boulevard Vintage) —Peacock Records 1950

7:08pm

The Table Toppers “Talk to Me Baby”
from Various: Do the Bop (Buffalo Bop Records) —Klondike Records 1959

7:13pm

Fats Domino “Sick and Tired”
from They Call Me The Fat Man: The Legendary Imperial Recordings (EMI) —Imperial Records 1958

7:14pm

The Cruisers “I Want Your Love”
from Various: Real Black Rhythm (Still Records) —Arch Records 1958

7:15pm

Harmonica Slim “Going Back Home”
from Various: Rhythm & Blues Goes Rock and Roll, Vol 2 (Past Perfect) —Spry Records 1954

7:17pm

Hop Wilson “Rockin’ in the Coconut Top”
from Various: Rockabilly Frenzy (Rock-A-Billy Records) —1958

7:24pm

Garnell Cooper & the Kinfolks “Long Distance”
from Various: Las Vegas Grind, Vol. 6 (Strip Records) —Background/ambient

7:25pm

Jackie Dee “Buddy”
from Various: Cat Talk: The Best of Imperial Rockabilly (EMI) —Liberty Records 1958

7:27pm

The Del Moroccos “Skinny Jimmy”
from Blue Black Hair (Hi-Style Records 2011) —www.myspace.com/thedelmoroccos

7:29pm

Jack Scott “Flakey John”
from Baby She's Gone (Castle Music 2012) —Groove Records 1965

7:34pm

Calvin Cool “El Telecote”
from Various: Mad Mike Monsters, Vol. 1 (Norton Records) —Background/ambient

7:35pm

Roy Head and The Traits “Live It Up”
from Treat Her Right (Dynamite Records) —TNT Records 1959

7:36pm

Bill Allen and Back Beats “Please Give Me Something”
from Various: Cat Talk: The Best of Imperial Rockabilly (EMI) —Imperial Records 1958

7:39pm

Link Wray “Mary Ann”
from Slinky! The Epic Sessions, '58-'61 (Sundazed) —Epic Records 1960

7:42pm

Duane Eddy “I Almost Lost My Mind”
from Have Twangy Guitar Will Travel/$1,000,000 Worth of Twang (Motown) —Background/ambient

7:47pm

Nick Curran and the Lowlifes “Baby You Crazy”
from Reform School Girl (Eclecto Groove Records 2010) —www.myspace.com/curranrock

7:50pm

The Cranktones “Snakebit”
from Vibrate with The Cranktones CD Album (Rhubarb Records 1998) N  —Rhubarb Records 1998/ Don’t miss the triumphant return of Boston’s own Cranktones on April 29 at the Midway Café in Jamaica Plain, along with those country boppers the Barleyhoppers and WMFO’s DJ Easy Ed.

7:52pm

Florian Monday “Rip it Up, Rip it Up”
from Various: Rip it Up Single (Buffalo Bop)

7:58pm

Joel Hill and the Strangers “I Thought it Over”
from Various: Rockin’ from Coast to Coast (Ace Records) —Trans American Records 1960


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