Sunday, November 26, 2017

Easy Ed's Variety Hour: November 24 Broadcast/Podcast + The Cranktones December 2 (Afternoon Show)

Hi, folks!

If you missed our November 24 broadcast, or would like to hear it again, just follow this link to find the always free archive MP3. As always, thanks for listening! This episode's songs are listed below.

December 2: Don't miss the Cranktones at the Midway (with Easy Ed's Record Hop). This is an early, all-ages show--very early: 3:00 PM doors. The show ends at 7:00. See you there!

The Midway
3496 Washington Street
Jamaica Plain, MA 02130

3:00 PM doors.

Advance tickets available at the Midway's site

Here are the songs from last Friday's show.

The Morgan Twins “Let's Get Going” from n/a on RCA Victor 45 — RCA Victor 1958

Jeanie Dell “Hey Willy” from Various: Rock Girls Rock on Collector Records — Josie Records 1960

The Collins Kids “Hoy Hoy” from The Rockinest on Bear Family — Columbia Records 1958

Marti Brom “Great Shakin' Fever” from Wise to You! on Goofin' Records

The Teen Beats “Guitar Boogie” from Various: Early Canadian Rockers, Vol 6 and 7 on Collector Records — Background/ambient

Wildfire Willie and The Ramblers “She Just Tears Me Up” from Various: Jump Cats It's Wild, Vol. 2 on Tail Records

The Noble Brothers “Didn't It Rock” from Various: Rockabilly Rarities, Vol. 4 on Yeaah! — Challenge Records 1958

The Originals “Scatter Shot” from Various: Rock 'n' Roll with Piano, Vol. 18 on Collector Records — Background/ambient

The Cranktones “My Baby, My Darlin'” from n/a on N/A — Unreleased rehearsal recording. See the Cranktones December 2 at the Midway (with Easy Ed’s Record Hop)

Bill Bryan & The Goldtones “Rockin' Chair” from n/a on Pike 45 — Pike Records 1962

Bob Luman “Guitar Picker” from Bob Rocks on Bear Family Records — Warner Brothers 1959 (originally unissued)

The Invaders “Disc Jockey” from Various: Frantic Early Rock Instrumentals on Collector Records — Background/ambient

The Mee Kats “You Shake Me Up” from Let's Go Boppin' on Skip Record

Elvis Presley “Mystery Train” from The Sun Sessions CD: Elvis Presley on RCA — Sun Records 1955

Jimmy Haggett “Rock Me Baby” from Various: Rock Baby Rock It, Sun Rockabilly, Vol. 3 on AVI — Sun Records 1956 (originally unissued)

Ray Smith “Shake Around” from Various: Rock Baby Rock It, Sun Rockabilly, Vol. 2 on AVI — Sun Records 1958 (originally unissued

The Millionaires “Rock and a Half” from Various: Strictly Instrumental, Vol. 2 on Buffalo Bop — Background/ambient

Roy Sludge (The Coachmen) “Tombstone Every Mile” from The Turner Sessions on unreleased — See him 11/26 at Sally O’Brien’s (6:00 PM)

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

Sonny Starns “Tangi-Paho” from Various: Hoodlum Rockin' on Collector Records — Silon Records (date?)

Phil Baugh “Chattanooga” from Live Wire! on Sundazed — Background/ambient

The Platters “Bark, Battle, and Ball” from n/a on Mercury 45 — Mercury 1955

The Harptones “Gimme Some” from n/a on Andrea 45 — Andrea Records 1956

El Dorados “Crazy Little Mama” from n/a on Vee-Jay 45 — Vee-Jay Records 1955

The Vibes “Come Back Baby” from n/a on ABC 45 — ABC Records 1957

Freddy King “In the Open” from Blues Guitar Hero, Vol. 1 on Ace Records — Background/ambient

Howlin’ Wolf “You’ll Be Mine” from n/a on Chess 45 — Chess Records 1962

Joe Houston “Chitlun's Twist” from Joe Houston Blows Crazy on Ace Records — Crown Records 1962, but that song was recorded by J.H. under different names. A wig-flipper no matter what you call it though.

Johnny Jones with the Jimmy Beck Orchestra “Fiesta” from Johnny Jones: The Session Years, 1956-1966 on Super Bird Records — Background/ambient

Piano Slim and His Rockin’ Four “Lot of Shakin’, Lot of Jivin’” from n/a on C and P 45 — C and P 1959

Choker Campbell “Walking On My Thin Sole Shoes” from n/a on Apt 45 — Apt Records 1958

Curtis Carrington “I’m Gonna Catch You” from n/a on Fury 45 — Fury Records 1958

King Curtis and The Noble Knights “Twistin' Time” from Soul Twist: The Complete Enjoy Sessions on Charly Records — Background/ambient

Little Willie John “Leave My Kitten Alone” from n/a on King 45 — King Records 1959

The Ikettes “Come on and Truck” from n/a on Atco 45 — Atco Records 1962

Bobby Freeman “Fever” from n/a on King 45 — King Records 1964

Carl and The Commanders “Farmer John” from n/a on Cameo 45 — Cameo Records 1961

Dave “Baby” Cortez “Scotty (Part One)” from n/a on Winley 45 — Background/ambient

Bill Doggett “Hully Gully Twist” from n/a on Warner Brothers 45 — Background/ambient

The Echo Tones “Low Down Guitar” from Various: Early Canadian Rockers, Vol 6 and 7 on Collector Records — Soltan Records 1963. INCREDIBLE!

The Astronauts “Unchain My Heart” from Unchain My Heart

King Size Taylor
“Bad Boy” from n/a on Decca Records 45 — Decca Records 1963

The Emperors “Laughin' Linda” from n/a on Wickwire 45 — Wickwire Records 1965

Al Casey “Monte Carlo” from Cookin’ on Sundazed — Background/ambient

Jimmy Thurman “Pretty Baby” from n/a on Sparkette 45 — Sparkette Records 1959

Kieron McDonald “A Little Love” from Shake That Thing on Tagalong Records

Joey Castle “That Ain't Nothin' But Right” from The Rarest Rockabilly Album In The World Ever on Chrome Dreams — RCA Victor 1958

Gene Vincent “Dance In The Street” from Gene Vincent: The Road Is Rocky on Bear Family Records — Capitol Records 1958

The Jaguars “Jaguar” from Various: Action Packed on Be! Sharp — Background/ambient

The Cranktones “Lover's Curse” from Vibrate with The Cranktones on Rhubarb Records — See the Cranktones December 2 at the Midway (with Easy Ed’s Record Hop)