2018-07-11: "Week #1" at Nick's

  1. "Chattanoogie Shoe-Shine Boy"
        by Red Foley
  2. "Baby Workout"
        by Jackie Wilson
  3. "Splish-Splash I Was Taking A Bath"
        by Bobby Darin
  4. "Wonderwall"
        by Paul Anka
        from the album "Rock Swings"
  5. "Boogie Woogie Candyman (3)"
        by DJ Schwing and the Blunt Trauma Force
        from the album "Recapitulate"
  6. "Mister 5x5"
        by Jonathan Stout and his Campus Five
        from the album "Jammin' the Blues"
  7. "Great Balls of Fire"
        by Jerry Lee Lewis & his Pumping Piano
        from the album "The Sun Story"
  8. "Crazy Little Thing Called Love"
        by Queen
        from the album "The Game"
  9. "Stray Cat Strut"
        by Stray Cats
        from the album "Stray Cats: Greatest Hits"
  10. "Blue Suede Shoes"
        by Carl Perkins
        from the album "Rockin' Bones: 1950s Punk & Rockabilly (Disc 3)"
  11. "Dig You Later (A Hubba-Hubba-Hubba)"
        by Perry Como
        from the album "Billboard Top 30 - 1946"
  12. "Corrine, Corrina"
        by Joe Turner
        from the album "Dabe's "Near Perfect" Swing CD"
  13. "Choo Choo Ch' Boogie"
        by Louis Jordan
        from the album "Swingsation"
  14. "Rockin' Robin"
        by Bobby Day
        from the album "I Love Rock & Roll: Hits Of The 50's - Volume One"
  15. "The Muffin Man"
        by Ella Fitzgerald
        from the album "Errol's "Murphy Mix 04/2008""
  16. "Across the Alley from the Alamo"
        by Johnny Rodriguez and Ray Benson
        from the album "Asleep At The Wheel: Tribute to the Music of Bob Wills and the Texas Playboys"
  17. "Smoky Mountain Boogie"
        by Tennessee Ernie Ford
        from the album "Vintage Collections"
  18. "16 Tons"
        by Tennessee Ernie Ford
  19. "Twistin' The Night Away"
        by Sam Cooke
        from the album "The Best of Sam Cooke"
  20. "The Shotgun Boogie"
        by Cootie Williams
        from the album "The R&B Years: 1951 (Disc 1)"
  21. "Chew Tobacco Rag"
        by Lucky Millinder Orchestra
        from the album "The R&B Years: 1951 (Disc 2)"
  22. "(My Gal Is) Red Hot"
        by Billy Riley & his Little Green Men
        from the album "The Sun Story"
  23. "Give Me More Kisses"
        by Dale Watson & His Lone Stars
        from the album "El Rancho Azul"
  24. "King of the Road"
        by Roger Miller
        from the album "Swingers - Soundtrack"
  25. "A-Tisket A-Tasket"
        by Ella Fitzgerald With Chick Webb & His Orchestra
        from the album "History of Jazz (1938)"
  26. "Dancing On The Moon"
        by The Louis Lester Band
        from the album "Dancing On The Edge"
  27. "Dynamo (Big Band Cut)"
        by Si Cranston
        from the album "Dancehalls And Supper Clubs"
  28. "Boy From NYC"
        by Manhattan Transfer
        from the album "Best of The Manhattan Transfer"
  29. "Shake, Rattle and Roll"
        by Bill Haley & His Comets
  30. "Dipsy Doodle (Vocal: Bea Wain)"
        by Larry Clinton & His Orchestra
        from the album "G.I. Jukebox Songs From World War II"
  31. "Reet, Petite and Gone"
        by Louis Jordan
        from the album "Five Guys Named Moe (Original Decca Recordings Vol 2)"
  32. "Tar Paper Stomp"
        by Mora's Modern Rhythmists
        from the album "Call Of The Freaks"
  33. "Don't You Just Know It"
        by Huey "Piano" Smith
  34. "I Like It Like That"
        by Chris Kenner
        from the album "1961-Rock & Roll Era"
  35. "Just Dropped In (To See What Condition My Condition Was In)"
        by Jerry Lee Lewis
        from the album "Soul My Way"
  36. "Turn On Your Love Light"
        by Jerry Lee Lewis
        from the album "Soul My Way"
  37. "See You Later, Alligator"
        by Bill Haley & The Comets
        from the album "Rock Around The Clock"
  38. "Hit the Road, Jack!"
        by Ray Charles
        from the album "Bernstein's "Jump Blues + R&B #4" Compilation"