Wednesday, February 18, 2009

Hi folks.

Here’s a list of what I played on my 2/13/09 show. If you missed the program and want to hear it, just go to to download the archive MP3.Thank you to everyone who came out to the Midway last Friday for the Rollin' Pins/Swinedells event. Both bands rocked the rafters! Sunday’s Cranktones/Coachmen show was pretty amazing too, especially the surprise final set by “Elvis Presky.”

Here’s another great show coming up on March 21. (I’ll be the first to tell you that I’m the luckiest DJ around!)

Easy Ed

The Dave and Deke Combo “Maybe Baby” from Moonshine Melodies on No Hit Records — Latch on, Brother!/

Jimmy Logsdon “You're Gone” from I Got A Rocket In My Pocket on Bear Family Records — Roulette Records 1958

Jimmy Evans “The Joint's Really Jumping” from Various: The Erwin Records Story on Stomper Time Records — Clearmont Records 1962

Jim Foster and The Kountry Kut-Ups “Rag Roof Roadster” from Various: Speed Crazy on Speed Records — River Records 1964

George Weston “I Need You Baby” from Various: Hang Loose on Buffalo Bop — Tally Records 1958

Joey Du'Ambra “Come Back Little Mama” from Various: That'll Flat Git It! Vol. 13 on Bear Family Records — ABC Records 1958

Johnny Carlevale & the Rollin Pins “Evening Time” from That's Life on Ropin' Records — See them 2/13 at the Midway CafĂ© with The Swinedells and DJ Easy Ed

Bill Braddy and The Western Starlighters “Rockin' Too Much” from Various: That'll Flat Git It! Vol. 20 on Bear Family Records

Santo & Johnny “All Night Diner” from Santo & Johnny on Canadian-American Records, Ltd. — Background/ambient

Joe Maphis “Lorrie Ann” from Flying Fingers on Bear Family Records — Background/ambient

Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys “You're OK” from San Antonio Rose on Bear Family Records — Columbia Records 1939

The Flat Git It Gang “Hangin' Around” from Various: Midsummer Rock 'n' Roll Jamboree on Vintjarn Records —

Hank Thompson “Three Times Seven” from Dance Ranch/Songs for Rounders on Koch Records — Capitol Records 1959/For Tony and Julie

Charlene Arthur “Leave My Man Alone” from Welcome to The Club on Bear Family Records — RCA Victor 1954

The Coachmen “King of The Open Road” from The Turner Sessions (Unreleased) on N/A —

Eddie Bush “Hey Baby Doll” from Various: Sun Rock 'n' Roll, Vol. 1 on Charly Records — Sun Records 1960 (originally unissued)

Jerry Foster “Let's Never Mention Old Times Again” from Various: Fernwood Rock 'N' Roll on Stomper Time Records

Buck Owens “Close Up the Honky Tonks” from Act Naturally on Bear Family Records — Capitol Records 1964

Jimmy Bryant and Speedy West “Flippin' The Lid” from Flamin' Guitars on Bear Family Records — Background/ambient

Jimmy Bryant and Speedy West “Old Joe Clark” from Flamin' Guitars on Bear Family Records — Background/ambient

The Sting Rays “Fast Track” from Various: Strictly Instrumental, Vol. 1 on Buffalo Bop — Background/ambient

Ronnie Hawkins and The Hawks “Thirty Days” from The Best of Ronnie Hawkins and The Hawks on Rhino Records — (originally unreleased)

J.P. McDermott and Western Bop “Do I Love You?” from Last Fool Here on Shower-Tone Records —

Al Sweatt “I Hate Myself” from Various: Greasy Rock 'n' Roll, Vols. 1 and 2 on Blakey Records — Keen Records 1958

The Cranktones “Rocket” from Vibrate with The Cranktones on Rhubarb Records —

45rpm “C’mon Little Baby” from 45rpm on Rhythm Bomb — For Duke/

Carl Perkins “Rockin' Record Hop” from The Classic Carl Perkins on Bear Family Records — Decca Records 1963 (originally unissued)

Ace Cannon “.38 Special” from Various: Fernwood Rock 'n' Roll on Stomper Time Music — Background/ambient

Louis Jordan “Barnyard Boogie” from let the good times roll on Bear Family Records — Decca Records 1948

Willis Jackson “Wine-O-Wine” from Various: The R&B Years 1952 on Boulevard Vintage

The Checkers “You Never Had it So Good” from The Checkers on Ace Records — King Records 1953

Big Joe Turner “Hide and Seek” from Greatest Hits on Atlantic Records — Atlantic Records 1955

Annisteen Allen “Wanted” from Fujiyama Mama on Rev-Ola — King Records 1953

Little Rachel “Big Boy” from There's a New Miss Rhythm in Town on Rhythm Bomb Records —

Slim Harpo “Shake Your Hips” from Various: Blues 'n' Rockin' on Cheesecake Records — Excello Records 1966

Bo Diddley “Hong Kong, Mississippi” from Bo Diddley Rides Again/In the Spotlight on BGO Records — 1963

Jesse Stone “Runaway” from Various: Rhythm & Blues Goes Rock 'n' Roll, Vol. 2 on Past Perfect — Background/ambient

Al Sears “Here's The Beat” from Sear-iously on Bear Family RecordsBackground/ambient — Background/ambient

Buddy Holly “Maybe Baby” from The Ultimate EP Collection on See For Miles — Coral Records 1959

Sanford Clark “Modern Romance” from Various: Rock and Roll Dance Party, Vol. 3 on RRDP — Dot Records 1958

The Starkweather Boys “Man without Shame” from Archer Street Blues on Charlier Records — Wes and Sheri

Dave "Baby" Cortez “Deep in The Heart of Texas” from Happy Organs, Wild Guitars, & Piano Shuffles on Ace Records

Thunder Lee “Too Late for Tears” from Various: Most Wild & Frantic, Vol. 3 on Official — Groove Records 1963

The Downbeats “Come On Over (Baby)” from Various: That'll Flat Git It, Vol. 18 on Bear Family Records — Sarg Records 1959

Dave "Baby" Cortez “Riffin'” from Happy Organs, Wild Guitars, & Piano Shuffles on Ace Records — Background/ambient

The Candymen “Twistin' Out of Space” from The Twist on Diplomat Records — Background/ambient

Johnny Bach “Walkin' After Midnight” from Baching Mad!! on Foot Tapping Records —

Ronnie Self “Bop-A-Lena” from Various: Whistle Bait! on columbia/legacy — Columbia Records 1958

Ritchie Hart “The Great Duane” from Various: Rockin' and Boppin in The Desert on Bear Family Records — Felsted Records 1960

Link Wray “Missing Link/Pancho Villa” from White Lightning: The Lost Cadence Sessions '58 on Sundazed Music — Background/ambient

The Cramps “How Far Can Too Far Go?” from A Date with Elivis on Enigma Records —

The Fathoms “Rat Bike” from Fathom This! on Musick Records —