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1. I Guess It's Meant That Way - Pat Cupp
2. Everybody's Movin' - Glen Glenn
3. I Don't Know When - Hal Harris
4. True Affection - Byron Johnson
5. Be Boppin' Daddy - Les Cole & The Echoes
6. My Big Fat Baby - Sonny Hall & The Echoes
7. Rock My Warriors Rock - Joe Jackson
8. Rock Little Baby - Les Cole & The Echoes
9. Snake Eyed Mama - Don Cole
10. Nothin' But A Nuthin' - Jimmy Stewart & His Nighthawks
11. Wild Wild Party - Charlie Feathers
12. Pink Cadillac - Johnny Todd
13. I Can't Find The Doorknob - Jimmy & Johnny
14. Slipping And Slidding - Link Davis
15. Long Gone Daddy - Pat Cupp
16. All The Time - Sleepy La Beef
17. Go Home Letter - Glen Barber
18. If I Had Me A Woman - Glen Glenn
19. Boppin' Wig Wam Willie - Ray Scott
20. Do Me No Wrong - Pat Cup
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Ray Scott & the Demens 8 Dec. 2002
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Remember Ray and his band like it was yesterday. Great to hear this Ray Scott classic, "Bopin' Wig Wam Willie" ! Ray hung out at Sun Studios in mid 1950's with Cash and his band and some others who didn't make it quite so big. Those were good times !
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