Saturday, October 14, 2017

Easy Ed's Variety Hour October 13, Deke Dickerson November 18, Primitive Sounds October

Hi, folks.

If you missed last night's show you can find the (always free) archive MP3 right here. If you enjoy the show, let us know! Requests for future shows are always welcome.

Scroll down to see the list of songs from this show. I have to type all of that stuff in while I'm on the air, so I might as well share it with you guys. :-)

November 18: Easy Ed Presents Deke Dickerson and Jittery Jack (with Easy Ed's Record Hop)

Deke will be back for a rare East Coast show at the Rockwell in Somerville, MA. This is an exclusive event, not a tour. Jittery Jack and Easy Ed's Record Hop are also on the bill.

The Rockwell is a 200-capacity room, so advance tickets are highly recommended. Click here for ticket information and additional info.

Here's our Primitive Sounds DJ Schedule for October. Stop by Brass Union on October 18. I'll be spinning records with Dinos Mekios, host of the Record Hospital on WHRB in Cambridge.

Brass Union--70 Union Square, Somerville, MA--two doors down from The Independent. Flier design by Forrest Plassmann.

Here's What We Played on Last Night's Show!

The Dave and Deke Combo “Lookin' for Money” from There's Nothing Like an Old Hillbilly on Bucket-Lid Records —See Deke, Jittery Jack, and Easy Ed’s Record Hop 11/18 at the Rockwell in Somerville November 18.

Chuck and Gene “Curfew” from Various: Bad Boy on Buffalo Bop — R-Dell Records 1958

Jerry Lee Lewis “Break Up” from n/a on Sun Records 45 — Sun Records 1958

Mickey Gilley “Down The Line” from n/a on Astro Records 45 — Astro Records 1965

Aisha Khan “Make a Grown Man Cry” from Aishaddiction! on El Toro Records

The Prem Airs “Premier Rock” from Various: Strictly Instrumental, Vol. 7 on Buffalo Bop — Background/ambient

Gene Vincent “You Better Believe” from Gene Vincent: The Road Is Rocky on Bear Family Records — Capitol Records 1957

Wildfire Willie and The Ramblers “Dog My Cats”  — Unreleased sound board recording. Road Agents Car show East Hartford, CT, 2002. I have a recording of their entire set. A prized possessions

The Corvairs “Something Wild” from Various: 50's & 60's Wild Guitar Instrumentals on Red Devil Records — Background/ambient

Rocket J “I Don’t Mind Being Free” from Rocket Baby on Squirrel-Tone 45

Merlene Garner “You’re It” from n/a on Davco 45 — Davco Records 1960

Wanda Jackson “Sticks and Stones” from Right or Wrong on Bear Family Records — Capitol Records 1961

The Bill Black Combo “Slippin’ and Sliddin’” from Let's Twist-Her/The Untouchable Sound of Bill Black's Combo on Hi Records (UK)— Background/ambient

Roy Head “Teenage Letter” from n/a on Back Beat 45 — Back Beat Records 1964

Bob and the Bandits “I’m Gonna Stop Cryin’” from Various: Rock-A-Socka Hop!, Vol. 3 on Classics Records — Loki Records 1959

Jim Hunter and His Princeton Tigers “Twist Tina Twist” from Various: Let’s Rock Now on Collector Records — Adore Records 1961

The Ventures “Yellow Jacket” from Walk Don't Run: The Best of the Ventures on EMI — Background/ambient

Charles Senns “Dig Me a Crazy Record” from Various: One More Record Please on Bear Family — OJ Records 1958

The Infernos “Three or Four Nights” from Don't Know What You're Missin' on Pink 'n' Black Records

Bill Ferguson “Dark and Stormy” from Various: Get With The Beat: The Marvel Masters on Rykodisc — Marvel Records 1963

Kenny Parchman “Treat Me Right” from Various: That'll Flat Git It! Vol. 14 on Bear Family — Sun Records 1957 (originally unissued)

Jerry Byrd “Byrd's Boogie” from Byrd's Expedition on RWA — Background/ambient

The Hula Girls “Okole Maluna” from Jungle Beach Party on Atomic Records —

Freddie Mitchell “Moon Dog Boogie” from Various: The Big Horn on Proper Records — Background/ambient

Bernice Gooden “Penny, Nickle, Dime, Quarter (On A Teen-Age Date)” from n/a on Capitol 45 — Capitol Records 1955

The Videos “Trickle Trickle” from n/a on Casino 45 — Casino Records 1958

Fats Domino “Be My Guest” from n/a on Imperial 45 — Imperial Records 1959

The Jackson Brothers “We're Gonna Rock This Joint Tonight” from Various: The R&B Years 1952 on Boulevard Vintage — RCA Victor 1952

The Upsetters “Hot Peppers” from The Upsetters on La Cienega — Background/ambient

Charles "Hungry" Williams “So Glad You're Mine” from Various: The Cosimo Matassa Story on Proper Records — Checker Records 1956

Lee Maye “Honey Honey” from n/a on Imperial 45 — Imperial Records 1961

Gary U.S. Bonds “Do the Bumpsie” from n/a on LeGrand 45 — LeGrand Records 1965

Googie Rene “Big Time” from n/a on Class Records 45 — Background/ambient

Big Sam and the House Wreckers “At the Party” from n/a on Eric 45 — Eric Records 1962

Little Bessie “For Your Love” from n/a on Amy 45 — Amy Records 1961

The Tabbys “Hong Kong Baby” from n/a on Cleopatra 45 — Cleopatra Records 1963

Johnny Moore And His New Blazers “Bullfrog” from n/a on Sparkle 45 (reissue)

The Souljers “Chinese Checkers” from n/a on Rampart 45 — Background/ambient

The White Caps “Fender Vendor” from n/a on Blue River Records 45 — Background/ambient

The Tornadoes “Scalpin' Party” from Various: Elemental Instrumentals on Ace Records — Cuca Records 1962 /For Karl

Scotty McKay “You Can Dance” from n/a on SS Records 45

Chris Montez “Some Kind’ a Fun” from Chris Montez: Let's Dance (The Monogram Sides) on Ace Records — Monogram Records 1962

The Margraves “She Shakes” from Primitive Beat on Rhythm Bomb Records

Renaud Veluzat And the String Twisters “Your Excellency” from Various: The Bop That Never Stopped, Vol. 45 on Buffalo Bop — Background/ambient

The Epics “The Romp” from Various: Let’s Rock Now on Collector Records — Background/ambient

The Bop Thrills “Roadhouse Boogie” from Self Released on N/A

The Johnny Burnette Trio “Rockbilly Boogie” from n/a on Coral 45 (reiisue) — Coral Records 1957

The Hi-QsI Got The Bug” from Various: Viva Las Vegas Rockabilly Weekend #9 on VLV

Jackie Dallas and the Tiaras “Bullmoose” from Various: The Texas Box on Be Sharp Records — Alliance Records 1960

The Night-Niks “Shawnee” from n/a on Swan 45 — Background/ambient

Jittery Jack “Little Red Book” from Gonna Have a Time with Jittery Jack on Annabelle Records — See them 10/14 in Salem MA 

New Dimensions “Black Top” from Deuces and Eights on Rockbeat Records — Background/ambient

The Fathoms “Koolerator” from Fathomless on Musick Recordings — Deluxe reissue of the classic LP with bonus tracks.

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