This episode is a hepcat lover's blend of legends like Everly Brothers, Chuck Berry, Wanda Jackson, Dion and surprising covers by Los Straitjackets (covering Nirvana), Jerry Lee Lewis (covering Led Zeppelin), Di Maggio Connection (covering Talking Heads) and Micky Dolenz (covering Chuck Berry).  Lots more too including something new from The Rockats, a live classic from Bruce Johnston and our 2 weekly features of an "instru-mental breakdown" and our "double shot" (this week it's Chris Isaak) to close out the show.




Intro bed- Link Wray- "Jack The Ripper"

Voice Over- Rob "Cool Daddy" Dempsey

Chuck Berry- "Johnny B. Goode"

Wanda Jackson- "Fujiyama Mama"

Robert Plant- "You Can't Buy My Love"

Johnny Burnette & The Rock N Roll Trio- "Rock Therapy"

Vintage Coke commercial- The Everly Brothers

Everly Brothers- "Gone, Gone, Gone"

Di Maggio Connection- "Road To Nowhere"

Bruce Johnston- "Surfer Stomp"

Charlie Feathers- "One Hand Loose"


Los Straitjackets- "Smells Like Teen Spirit"

Duane Eddy- "Rebel Rouser"

Music bed- The Travelers (Johnny & Dorsey Burnette)- "The Big House"

The Rockats- "Why Do You Love Me (If I Don't Treat You Right)"

Eddie Cochran- "My Way"

Music bed- The Ventures- "Memphis"

Jerry Lee Lewis (w/ Jimmy Page)- "Rock & Roll"

Vintage Kellogs commercial- The Monkees

Micky Dolenz- "Johnny B. Goode"

Howlin' Wolf- "Smokestack Lightning"

Ronnie Hawkins- "Who Do You Love"

Dion- "Tank Full Of Blues"

Music bed- The Ventures- "Caravan"


Chris Isaak- "Speak Of The Devil" (live)

Chris Isaak- "Baby Did A Bad Bad Thing"

Outro- Scotty Moore- "My Baby Left Me"