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Spinitron - KDHX: The Greaser's Lunchbox Thu Sep 15th 2011

The Greaser's Lunchbox (Music)

Thu Sep 15th 2011 12.00pm–2.00pm

R=listener request. N=music new at the station. L=local music. Your purchases using the Buy it! links

Time zone: central


Bill Haley and The Saddlemen “ROCK THE JOINT”
from The Best Of Bill Haley and His Comets 1951 - 1954 Single (Varese Sarabande) —Hound Dog Brown is filling in for the mighty Al Swacker today. Al will be back next week.


The Rumblejetts “One eyed drunk”
from Cool Down, Baby! (Spin Jet Records) —The Rumblejetts are from Kansas City.


Scott Kay And The Continentals “Good Rockin' Tonight”
from Scott Kay and the Continentals (self 2006) L —Scott Kay and the Continentals are local St. Louis area musicians.


The Trip Daddys “Never enough”
from Made Me Do It...Live! (Self Release) L —The Trip Daddys are definitely St. Louis talent.


The Original Surfaris “Exotic”
from Lost Legends Of Surf Guitar 1 - Big Noise From Waimea! (Sundazed Music) —Al often includes some stellar surf guitar in his lineup, and so will I! ; - )


Johnny Cash “I walk the line”
from The Big "D" Jamboree Live Volumes 1 & 2 (Dragon Street Records) —The Big "D" Jamboree was a country and rockabilly showcase that was broadcast live and by transcription from Dallas from the '40s to the '60s. Johnny announces "I walk the line" as his newest release on Sun Records! rec. prob. late '56.


Johnny Cash “Get Rhythm”
from The Big "D" Jamboree Live Volumes 1 & 2 (Dragon Street Records) —Another transcription from the live auditorium of the Big "D" Jamboree. THANKS TO MIKE for lending me this CD set!


Lattie Moore “Juke Joint Johnny”
from Rock 'n' Roll (Membran/Documents 1953) —A hillbilly bop number from 1953. Along with hillbilly/country boogie, and shuffle blues, hillbilly bop is one of the precursor molecules of rockabilly.


Wayne Hancock “Juke Joint Jumping”
from Thunderstorms and Neon Signs (Ark21 1995) —Wayne the Train Hancock, in my opinion, is king of contemporary old school hillbilly bop!


The Tandems “The Rising Surf”
from Lost Legends Of Surf Guitar 1 - Big Noise From Waimea! (Sundazed Records) —Another surf guitar piece from the '60s.


Tommy Mooney “Bingo Boogie”
from Country & Western (Membran/Documents) —A country boogie tune. You know it's country boogie if 1) it's a country tune, and 2) it's set to an 8 to the bar boogie woogie rhythm.


Tennessee Ernie Ford “Smoky Mountain Boogie”
from Country & Western (Membran/Documents) —Mr. Ford has been referred to as the king of country boogie.


Elvis Presley “A Big Hunk O' Love”
from Elvis rock (RCA 2006)


Wanda Jackson “Hard Headed Woman”
from Wanda Rocks CD Comp (Bear Family Records www.bear-family.de 2002) —Elvis talked Wanda into doing rockabilly, but in my opinion, Wanda outsang him!


Werly Fairburn “Everybodys Rockin'”
from Classic Rockabilly (Proper Records)


Charlie Feathers “Bottle To The Baby”
from Classic Rockabilly (Proper Records)


Carl Perkins “That's all right”
from The Big "D" Jamboree Live Volumes 1 & 2 (Dragon Street) —Here are two Carl Perkins cuts from the Big "D" Jamboree radio transcription CDs which are described above in this list with the Johnny Cash cuts.


from The Big "D" Jamboree Live Volumes 1 & 2 (Dragon Street) —After this cut, Carl references to the audience his auto accident (March 22, 1956) where he was badly injured, and thanks people for the cards and letters which they sent him.


Billy "The Kid" Emerson “RED HOT”
from Move, Baby, Move (Licensemusic 2006) —Billy Lee Riley did a famous rockabilly cover of this tune, but Billy the Kid Emerson wrote it and recorded it 18 months before that at Sun Records, as a shuffle blues/R&B tune.


Bill Kirchen “Big Mack's Off the Blocks (Live)”
from Hot Rod Lincoln (Live) (Hightone 1997) —A great story song about a truck driver and the truck driver's daughter. Far as I can tell, Bill Kirchen, lead guitar back in the heyday of Commander Cody & His Lost Planet Airmen, brought the dieselbilly thing to Commander Cody's band.


The Flying Burrito Brothers “Six Days On The Road”
from Last of The Red Hot Burritos (A&M Records 1972) —This is my personal fave cover of a dieselbilly classic.


Kim Lenz “Cool Love”
from Up to My Old Tricks Again (Hightone 2005)


Kim Lenz “Down On The Farm”
from Up to My Old Tricks Again (Hightone 2005)


Ted Nugent “Cat scratch Fever”
from The Very Best Of Ted Nugent Live (Epic Records 2010) —Sending this out to my pal Dennis, who recently was scratched by his cat, and got....that's right, which is no joke AT ALL! It's serious, and'll put ya in the hospital for a few days. Take Dennis' advice: ya get scratched by a cat, go to the doctor, now!

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