Monday, March 27, 2006

26 March 2006: Hour 2 (Show26B)

  1. Greenback Dollar Watch And Chain/Ray Harris
  2. Money Money Money/Gene Simmons
  3. Don't You Worry/Sid Watson
  4. Where'd You Stay Last Night/Ray Harris
  5. Sweetie Pie/Tommy Blake
  6. Doll Baby/Ed Bruce
  7. Let 'Em Know/Tommy Ruick
  8. Please Don't Cry Over Me/Jimmy Williams
  9. Lost My Baby/Ron Hall
  10. Don't Need Your Lovin/Dick Penner
  11. Good Lovin/Dickey Lee
  12. Yakity Yak/Malcom Yelvington
  13. Ask Me No Questions/B. B. King
  14. A Touch Of The Blues/Bobby Blue Bland
  15. Stone Crazy/Buddy Guy
  16. Heartache And Trouble/Jimmy Read
  17. We're Gonna Make It/Little Milton Campbell
  18. Call It Stormy Monday/Elmore James

Thursday, March 23, 2006

26 March 2006: Hour 1 (Show26A)

  1. Don’t Fight It/Wilson Pickett
  2. In the Midnight Hour/ Wilson Pickett
  3. 634-5789/Wilson Pickett
  4. 99&1/2 Won't Do/Wilson Pickett
  5. Land Of 1000 Dances/Wilson Pickett
  6. Everybody Needs Somebody to Love/Wilson Pickett
  7. Mustang Sally/Wilson Pickett
  8. Soul Dance #3/Wilson Pickett
  9. Funky Broadway/Wilson Pickett
  10. I’m in Love/Wilson Pickett
  11. She’s Looking Good/WilsonPickett
  12. I Found A True Love/Wilson Pickett
  13. I Saw the Light/Hank Williams
  14. Mansion On The Hill/Hank Williams
  15. Honky Tonkin/Hank Williams
  16. Move it on Over/ Hank Williams
  17. You Gonna Change or I am Gonna to Leave/Hank Williams
  18. I am So Lonesome I Could Cry/Hank Williams
  19. Mind Your own Business/Hank Williams
  20. Long Gone Lonesome Blue/Hank Williams

Sunday, March 19, 2006

Sonny With Guest Joe Lee

Sonny Burgess and Joe Lee, educator, musician, recording engineer and founder of Alley Records. The Alley Records studios were located in Jonesboro, Arkansas. Joe also had a lot to do with the Fernwood studios in Memphis, as studio musician, producer and arranger. Hour 1 of today's show features selections from the cd The Best of Alley Records vol. 1.
For more information contact Joe Lee at 870-972-0787.

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19 March 2006: Hour 1 (Show25A)

  1. Red Hair and Green Eyes/Terry Ray Bradley
  2. Divorce/Ray Coble
  3. Lonely Nights/Ray Coble
  4. Blackeyed Peas/The Joe Lee Combo
  5. Stagger Lee /The Joe Lee Combo
  6. Is You or Is You Ain't/Paul Lovelace
  7. You've Got Your Troubles, I've Got Mine/Paul Lovelace
  8. Twist Everybody Twist/Bobby Lee Trammell
  9. I Tried Not To Cry/Bobby Lee Trammell
  10. Joanie/Larry Donn
  11. I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry/Larry Donn
  12. Walkin' The Dog/The Newscastle Blues
  13. Hello Stranger/Donna Slater
  14. Skeeter Dope/The Pacers
  15. She's Got To Be Loved/Ike Noble and the Up-Tights
  16. That's What I Get/Ike Noble and the Up-Tights
  17. Everyday I have The Blues/Aaron Love

19 March 2006: Hour 2 (Show25B)

  1. Cool Cats /Jimmy Hufton
  2. Snake Eyed Woman/Sundowners
  3. Next Door/Thomas Wayne
  4. Bigshot /Ace Cannon
  5. Right Place-Right Time/Glenn Honeycutt
  6. Tradgedy/Thomas Wayne
  7. It's All your Fault/Bill Rice
  8. Ethel Mae/Joe Lee & his Sextet
  9. Mack the Knife/The Psychos
  10. Golden Door Nighe Club/Eddie Carroll
  11. Tarantula/The Tarantulas
  12. Where Were You Last Night/Bill Reeden
  13. Like Spell Bound/Tarantulas
  14. Let the Four Winds Blow/Bill Rice
  15. Hoe down Rock/Ace Cannon
  16. Joe' s Mix/Joe Lee & his Sextet
  17. Saturday Date /Thomas Wayne
  18. It had To Be You/Dewey Phillips

Sunday, March 12, 2006

12 March 2006: Hour 2 (Show24B)

  1. Billies Bounce/Wes Montgomery
  2. Stompin At The Savoy/Wes Montgomery
  3. Montgomery Land Funk/Wes Montgomery
  4. Last Date/Jeannie And The Four Guys
  5. You Gave Me A Mountain/Jeannie And The Four Guys
  6. The Breeze/Jeannie And The Four Guys
  7. The Call It Stormy Monday/Bobby Blue Bland
  8. Saving My Love For You/Johnny Ace
  9. Driving Wheel/Little Jr. Parker
  10. Living Like A King/Memphis Slim
  11. Reconsider Baby/Lowell Folsom
  12. Spellbound/Sonny Burgess
  13. Raw Deal/Sonny Burgess
  14. Blue Highway/Sonny Burgess
  15. I love You More Today/Conway Twitty
  16. I'd Just Love To Lay You Down/Conway Twitty
  17. Tight Fittin' Jeans/Conway Twitty

12 March 2006: Hour 1 (Show24A)

  1. Tutti Frutti/Little Richard
  2. Good Golly Miss Molly/Little Richard
  3. Long Tall Sally/Little Richard
  4. Whole Lotta Shakin Going On/Little Richard
  5. She's Got It/Little Richard
  6. Rip It Up/Little Richard
  7. Chantilly Lace/Jerry Lee Lewis
  8. Great Balls of Fire/Jerry Lee Lewis
  9. You Win Again/Jerry Lee Lewis
  10. Good Rockin Tonight/Jerry Lee Lewis
  11. Blueberry Hill/Fats Domino
  12. When My Dreamboat Comes Home/Fats Domino
  13. Aint That A Shame/Fats Domino
  14. Hello Josephine/Fats Domino
  15. Whiskey Heaven/Fats Domino
  16. Gonna Be A Wheel Someday/Fats Domino
  17. Red Wing/Chet Atkins
  18. Bring It On Down To My House Baby/Ray Benson
  19. Billy Dale/Dolly Parton
  20. Old Fashioned Love/Suzy Bogguss

Wednesday, March 08, 2006

Rockabilly Rave

This week Sonny Burgess is appearing at the Rockabilly Rave in Rye, England.

Hepkats from all around the world attend the biggest Rockabilly weekend taking place in Europe. More…

This Week In Rock and Roll History

Monday, March 06, 2006

5 March 2006: Hour 2 (Show23B)

  1. Shake Rattle & Roll/Joe Turner
  2. Flip Flop & Fly/Joe Turner
  3. Feelin’ Happy/Joe Turner
  4. Well Alright/Joe Turner
  5. The Chicken & The Hawk/Joe Turner
  6. Boogie Woogie Country Girl/Joe Turner
  7. Honey Hush/Joe Turner
  8. Corinna Corinna/Joe Turner
  9. Midnight Special/Joe Turner
  10. Love Roller Coaster/Joe Turner
  11. Lipstick Power & Paint /Joe Turner
  12. Trouble In Mind/Joe Turner
  13. Eight At The Bar Boogie/The Dempseys
  14. Back To The Dog House/The Dempseys
  15. Bottle of Beer/The Dempseys
  16. White Lightening/The Dempseys
  17. Tiger Rose/Sonny Burgess
  18. Big Black Cadallic/Sonny Burgess
  19. Six Nights A Week/Sonny Burgess
  20. Hang Up The Moon/Sonny Burgess

5 March 2006: Hour 1 (Show23A)

  1. Short Fat Fanny/Larry Williams
  2. Make A Little Love/Larry Williams
  3. Hootchy Koo/Larry Williams
  4. Lawdy Miss Clawdy/Larry Williams
  5. I Can Help/Billy Swan
  6. Jackie Blue/Ozark Mountain Dare Devils
  7. Green Eyed Lady/Sugar Loaf
  8. Gumbo Blues/Smiley Lewis
  9. Aint Gonna Do It/Smiley Lewis
  10. Big Mamou/Smiley Lewis
  11. One Night/Smiley Lewis
  12. Born To Boogie/Hank Williams, Jr.
  13. Honky Tonk Woman/Hank Williams, Jr.
  14. Keep Your Hands To Yourself/Hank Williams, Jr.
  15. Heaven Can't Be Found/Hank Williams, Jr.
  16. Every Good-bye/Jeannie And The Guys
  17. Wine Spoodie Odie/Jeannie And The Guys

Sunday, March 05, 2006

Jeannie And The Guys 2006 Calendar

As mentioned on today's show, Sonny would like to offer you a Jeanie And The Guys 2006 calendar. It's free. Just mail a 9x12 self-addressed stamped envelope to:

PO Box 2160
State University, Arkansas, 72467

Jeannie And The Guys have been featured on "We Wanna Boogie". They've been called the best all-around band in the country.

Sonny Burgess is a member of this group, along with Jean Hendrix (lead singer and drummer), Zyndall Raney (keyboard and vocals), Marcus Grady (guitar and vocal) and Doug Greeno (bass and vocals).

Check out their cd's. Jeannie And The Guys Number 1 and Number 2. The cd's were recorded at Raney Recording Studio, located in Drasco, Arkansas.

Wednesday, March 01, 2006

Delta Blues Symposium XII: Delta Diversity

The Department of English and Philosophy at Arkansas State University (Jonesboro campus) announces its twelfth annual Delta Blues Symposium, to be held 30 March-1 April 2006. The theme for Delta Blues Symposium XII is "Delta Diversity."

This free annual program includes presentations from scholars and students of the humanities and social sciences--especially anthropology, art history, economics, folklore studies, geography, history, literature, musicology, political science, and sociology. The symposium deals with any and all aspects of the region, especially the blues, the region's most famous export.

A few of this year's presentations deal with artists who have appeared at previous such as Frank Frost, Little Milton, CeDell Davis, and Billy Lee Riley. Featured guests at this year's symposium include writers Tom Piazza, Grif Stockley, and Sterling Plumpp; historian Keith Wailoo; and blues musician Kenny Neal.