Rockabilly Playlist – Thoughts?

I’ve been working on a rockabilly playlist for a yoga and music class.  This is what I have right now.  Let me know if I’m missing someone/something major that should be added!

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Before Class

Johnny Got a Boom Boom – Imelda May
Zoot Suit Riot – Cherry Poppin’ Daddies
Woo Hoo – Rock*A*Teens
Big Old Town – Dibbs Preston & the Detonators
Rumblin Bass – Lee Rocker
Rock Billy Boogie – Robert Gordon
My Baby Left Me – Chris Isaak
Straight A’s In Love – Johnny Cash
Hot Rod Hillbilly – Billy Burnette
Drinkin’ & Smokin’ Cigarettes – Reverend Horton Heat

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During Class (90 minute class)

Crazy Little Thing Called Love – Queen
Going Up The Country – Kitty, Daisy, and Lewis
New York City Girls – Reverend Horton Heat
Stop, Look, and Listen – Patsy Cline
The Shape I’m In – Johnny Restivo
Rave On – Buddy Holly
20 Flight Rock – Eddie Cochran
Sunglasses After Dark – Dwight Pullen
Fujiyama Mama – Wanda Jackson
Ooby Dooby – Roy Orbison
Everybody’s Trying to be My Baby – Carl Perkins
Drugstore Rock N Roll – Janis Martin
Be-Bop-A-Lula – Gene Vincent
Rock-A-Bop – Sparkle Moore
The Dirty Boogie – Brian Setzer Orchestra
Hot Rock – Johnny Carroll
She’s Sexy & 17 – Stray Cats
The Train Kept a Rollin’ – Johnny Burnette
Mayhem – Imelda May
Rockabilly Guy – Polecats
7 Nights to Rock – Nick Lowe
Real Wild Child – Brian Setzer Orchestra
Whole Lotta Shakin Goin On – Jerry Lee Lewis
Wake Up, Little Susie – Everly Brothers
Not Fade Away – Buddy Holly
That’s All Right – Elvis Presley
Blue Suede Shoes – Carl Perkins
The Worrying Kind – Robert Gordon
I’ll Tell You When _ Kim Lenz
Walking After Midnight – Patsy Cline
Knock 123 – Imelda May

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3 Responses to Rockabilly Playlist – Thoughts?

  1. Olivia says:

    That is so cool, a rockabilly list. I often did yoga to Pink Floyd’s Division Bell.

  2. Rosemary Erb says:

    Love this idea! I don’t quite have the chutzpah to play rockabilly for my yoga classes yet but I sure want to sometime…I would contribute any of the Blasters’ songs to the list, and for instrumentals Link Wray is perfect.

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