Saturday, July 15, 2017

July 14 Broadcast/Primitive Sounds/Cranktones and More at The Midway July 22!

Hi, everyone.

Happy mid-summer, and I hope all's well with my listeners. Feel free to get in touch via Facebook and let me know. If you hear records or bands that might be a good fit for the program I'd love to hear about it--let me know. Thanks for listening too!

If you missed last night's show you can find the free archive here, along with a few years' worth of previous broadcasts. 

Remember that we have a huge rockin' show coming up at the Midway next Saturday night (July 22): Roy Sludge, the Cranktones, the Fearless Leaders, and the Barley Hoppers (with Easy Ed's Record Hop). Advance tickets available at the Midway's site.

On July 19 I'll be spinning the Primitive Sounds at Brass Union in Somerville with my special guest DJ Jason Thornton. 8:00 PM start, no cover, excellent food and drink. Hope to see you there!

Here are the songs from the July 14 broadcast.

Orangie Ray Hubbard “Just Moved in” from Various: Great Rockers from Cincinnati on Collector Records

Tommie Tolleson “The Gulf Coast Twist” from Various: Flip, Flip on Buffalo Bop — Gulf Coast Records 1965

Don Ruby “Rockin' Piano, Outta Tune Guitar” from n/a on Cub 45 — Cub Records 1958

Jimmy C. Newman “Carry On” from Various: That'll Flat Git It! Vol. 5 on Bear Family Records — Dot Records 1958

Jerry Lee Lewis “I'm on Fire” from n/a on Smash 45 — Smash Records 1964

The Neutrons “Cut-Out” from Various: The Michigan Box on Be Sharp Records — Background/ambient

Herb Kliebe’s Nervous Kats “Devil’s Run” from Various: Strictly Instrumental, Vol. 1 on Buffalo Bop — Background/ambient

The Cranktones “Rock On” from n/a on unreleased — See the Cranktones 7/22 at the Midway!  Along with The Fearless Leaders, Roy Sludge, The Barley Hoppers, 
and Easy Ed's Record Hop.

Hedley and Lee “Trouble” from Challenge 45 (reissue) — Challenge Records 1963

Jackie Lee Cochran “Hip Shakin’ Mama” from n/a on Sims 45 — Sims Records 1956. This one goes out to our good friend John Duke Wales, whom we lost two years ago.

Dale Vaughn “Can You Be Mean to Me” from Various: Rockabilly Rarities, Vol. 3 on Yeaah! — Von Records 1958

Billy Mure's Supersonic Guitars “Supersonic” from Various: Wild Guitar Instrumentals on Rockbeat Records — Background/ambient

The Flintales “D-Rail” from Various: The Michigan Box on Be Sharp Records — Background/ambient

Bailey Dee “Too Long” from n/a on Ruby Records 45. See Baily Dee at the New England Shake-Up September 22-24.

Bobby McDowell “Lonely” from Various: Shiver and Shake on Buffalo Bop — Supreme Records 1960

The Satans “Big Boss Man” from Various: The Florida Box on Be Sharp Records — Seller Records 1966

Gene Vincent “Dance To The Bop” from Gene Vincent: The Road Is Rocky on Bear Family Records — Capitol Records 1957

The Tremolos “Riglolo Rock” from Various: Strictly Instrumental, Vol. 10 on Buffalo Bop — Background/ambient

The Starliners “Thunder” from Various: The Rockin' Reed Recordings on Collector Records — Background/ambient

Warren Smith “Tonight Will Be the Last Night” from Warren Smith: Classic Recordings on Bear Family Records — Sun Records 1958 (originally unissued)

Roy Sludge (The Coachmen) “Gooseball Brown” from The Turner Session on unreleased. 
See the Roy Sludge 7/22 at the Midway!  Along with The Fearless Leaders, The Cranktones, The Barley Hoppers, and Easy Ed's Record Hop.

Tony and Jackie Lamie and the Swing Kings “Sunset Blues” from Various: Virginia Rocks! The History of Rockabilly in the Commonwealth on JSP Records — Sunset Records 1958

Curtis Gordon “Sitting on Top of the World” from Various: That'll Flat Git It! Vol. 11 on Bear Family Records — Mercury Records 1957

Billy Vaughn “Raunchy” from n/a on Dot 45 — Background/ambient

Hank Ballard and The Midnighters “Rock, Granny, Roll” from n/a on Federal 45 — Federal Records 1956

The Hi-Liters “Bobby Sox Baby” from n/a on Vee-Jay 45 — Vee-Jay Records 1956

The Cues “Why?” from The Cues: Why? on Bear Family Records — Capitol Records 1956

The Dells “What You Say Baby” from n/a on Vee-Jay 45 — Vee-Jay Records 1958

The Four Kings “Hokin’” from Various: Original Memphis Rhythm 'n' Blues on Stomper Time Records — Background/ambient

Lucky Carmichael “Hey Girl” from n/a on Pam 45 (reissue) — Pam Records 1961

Larry Dale “Drinking Wine Spo-dee-o-dee” from n/a on Atlantic Records 45 — Atlantic Records 1962

Ruth Brown “Sweet Baby of Mine” from Various: Voodoo Voodoo on Fantastic Voyage — Atlantic Records 1956

Eddie Bo “Oh Oh” from n/a on Chess Records 45 (reissue) — Chess Records 1957

Larry Williams “Heeby-Jeebies” from n/a on Specialty 45

The Impellas “Hook-em” from n/a on SAN 45 — Background/ambient

Elmore James “Stranger Blues” from n/a on Fire 45 — Fire Records 1961

Billy Gayles “Do Right Baby” from n/a on Federal 45 — Federal Records 1956

Gene Burks “Shirley Jean” from n/a on Arock 45 — Arock Records 1964

Boots Brown and His Blockbusters “Cerveza” from n/a on RCA Victor 45 — Background/ambient

Frankie and Johnny “Picadilly Rose” from n/a on Blast Off 45 — Blast Off Records 1960

Maria Dallas “Ambush” from n/a on EMI 45 — EMI 1967

The Deltas “Wan-Bak-A-Na (She’s My Girl)” from n/a on EMP 45 — EMP Records 1965

Ford Hopkins “Ya Fine Fine Fine” from Various: Greasy Rock 'n' Roll, Vols. 5 and 6 on Blakey Holdings

The Escorts “Silly Putty” from Various: East Side Sound Vol. 2 on Bacchus Archives — Background/ambient

The Rough Diamonds “Slingshot Around The Sun” from Slingshot (Around The Sun) on Diablo Records — Diablo Records 1995

Vince Taylor and His Playboys “Move Over Tiger” from n/a on Pallette 45 — Pallette Records 1961

Bobby Darin “Pity Miss Kitty” from Twist with Bobby Darin on Warner Brothers — Atco Records 1961

Eddie Angel “Love is a Swingin’ Thing” from Eddie Angel Meets The Beatles on Spinout Records — Spinout Records. See Eddie Angel with Los Straitjackets August 18 at The Sinclair in Cambridge.

The Gigalos “Night Creature” from Various: Amazing Hits of the Transistor Era, Vol. 1 on Fervor Records — Background/ambient

The 24th Street Wailers “Aim to Please” from Wicked on The 24th Street Wailers — See them at The New England Shake-Up! 

The Beats “Beatnik Bounce” from n/a on Columbia 45 — Background/ambient

Kai Rai “I Want Some of That” from Various: Desperate Rock 'n' Roll, Vol. 2 on Flame — Shooting Star 1961

The Majestics “Oasis” from Various: Shrunken Head Exotica on Red Devil Records

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