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This page was orginally created in order to help my friends post their music online.
Since the advent of MySpace and other DIY sites, everybody now posts their own songs.

ARTIST LINKS WERE CHECKED AND REVISED ON 1/28/2010



EARL'S
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ARTIST SONG (Click title to play) DESCRIPTION
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DISCOGRAPHY!
FALLING IN LOVE A pretty waltz, with overlapping vocals. All voices and instruments by Earl.
THESE FOUR HANDS A different kind of wedding song.
GODS ON THE LOOSE Features haunting Enya-like backup vocals by Judy Toy and Robin Pearl, drums by Javier Estrella of the Hyperions.
INVISIBLE BELLS A bouncy New Wave-ish number with cheesy organ and a Mattel drum machine.
IAN THE EUROPEAN About a mythical guy who is more European than Europe itself. Backup singers include Terry Reid (a real European!) and Carolyne Mas.
WALLS INTO FLOWERS Lyrics begun as Princess Diana's funeral played on TV. Backup singers include Terry Reid and Carolyne Mas.
BYE BYE SDI Almost heavy metal. This used to get played on KLSU-FM's "Hardcore" show. Earl plays guitar and bass; drums by James Fogle.
JULIE ZEITLIN THESE ARE YOUR WINGS Here are four songs composed by Nashville songwriter Julie Zeitlin. (Lead vocals by guest performers.)
THAT WALL'S TOO HIGH TO CLIMB
ONE SONG
WHEN I WAS GREEN AND YOU WERE BLUE
BAS CLAS CHASING A MAD DOG Here are six songs by a great band from Lafayette, Louisiana. "Chasing A Mad Dog" was the A-side of their 1977 single.
PHYSICAL WORLD Both sides of their 1981 single got a lot of regional airplay. Legendary producer John Hammond wanted to produce the band but couldn't get any labels interested.
SERFIN USA
ALLONS DANSER In search of national recognition, Bas Clas relocated to Atlanta for a few years. Here are three songs from their 1988 demo. "Allons Danser" highlights their Cajun roots.
MOOD FOR LOVE
LA TI DA
PERLA BATALLA MORNING STAR After working with artists such as Leonard Cohen and k.d. lang, Perla made her solo debut on Warner/Discovery a few years ago. With the release of MESTIZA on her own label, she further defined her own unique style. More songs from this and two subsequent albums can be found at Perla's site.
SOMEDAY SOON
ON THIS ROCK
IBERIA
BROTHER BUZZARD
photo   /   bio
DOG EAT DOG A hot garage-rock song in the tradition of Roky Erickson.
RAY CAMPI UNTIL YOU'RE MINE This is the opening number from Ray's CD Rockabilly Ladies. Written by his friend Dee Lannon.
ROCKABILLY MAN Rockabilly rave-up, with composer Rip Masters playing great piano throughout.
LUCKY TO BE IN LOVE Rockin' country song written by Ray.
SEPARATE WAYS Duet with Rosie Flores from their album A Little Bit of Heartache.
FRANCE (unreleased demo) A lush ballad that Ray wrote with jazz legend Diz Disley. This recording features Diz on guitar and Ian Whitcomb on accordian.
JACKIE LEE COCHRAN HUNGRY HILL An Elvis-type country song from the rockabilly singer, who passed away in 1998.
RON COLEMAN SHADOWS IN THE MOONLIGHT Nice mid-tempo country song. Vocal harmony by Rosie Flores.
HONKY TONK FEVER Rockin' country barn-burner that Ron wrote with Rick Danko of The Band. Rosie Flores sings harmony.
LAST TEAR Aynee Osborn joins Ron for this country duet.
SOMEBODY LOSES, SOMEBODY WINS A Coleman song that Rosie Flores covered for her first solo album on Reprise (later reissued by Rounder). Here, Ron sings lead and Aynee Osborn does the harmony vocal.
ESPERANZA TORNA A SURRIENTO Classic love song performed by Mexican "Zarzuela" singer Esperanza, who was popular in the 40s and 50s.   She passed away in December 1998.
FARMER TAN REAL TEENAGERS If Jimmie Dale Gilmore jammed with CCR, it might sound like Farmer Tan. Here are two of my favorite songs from the band's one and only CD.
LIGHTNING STRUCK TWICE
MEL HARKER WHAT A WAY TO GO One of the main songwriters from the Rhinestone Homeboyz strikes out on his own with a solo CD Symptoms Of A Much Deeper Problem. Backing musicians include the Homeboyz, Teresa James, and other hot players.
BLUETRAIN
PAUL INMAN RATTLESNAKE HEAT Rowdy country-rock tune in the Gram Parsons tradition.
EVENING, COME AND RESCUE ME Long and beautiful ballad featuring Darryl S. from Naked to the World on violin, and Paul's own mournful harmonica.
WHICHEVER WAY THE WIND BLOWS Lyric fragment: "I want to jump inside your rainbow and find the shattered, sinking sun in everyone."
MEMPHIS ANGEL Folk-rock-country song with good vocal harmonies.
JANIVA MAGNESS
& JEFF TURMES
SOME PEOPLE SAY Popular L.A. blues singer Janiva Magness teams up with husband Jeff Turmes on these two songs from their CD It Takes One To Know One.
SHE HOLDS A GRUDGE
RONNIE MACK BOPPIN' AROUND Fast rockabilly song with a great call-and-response chorus.
BACK TO TENNESSEE Country song about an naïve country musician trying to make it in the big city.
GUITAR SOLO (excerpt) A clip that shows Ronnie Mack's unusual guitar style. The hot drumming is by Billy Block.
The NORMALS ALMOST READY Vintage 1978 punk rock from New Orleans! These two songs from their first single are now available on CD for the first time.
HARDCORE
AYNEE OSBORN FALL INTO PLACE Here are four great songs from Aynee's out-of-print Country-Town release Fall Into Place (released in 1997).
WHEN I DREAM
EASY COME, EASY GO
SWEET MOON
STEVE POULIOT CATCH ME FALLING An award-winning recording engineer, Steve Pouliot recently stepped up to the mike with his own songs and surprised everybody with his great new CD In Trouble Again.
IT'S OVER
ALL NIGHT LONG
I'M IN TROUBLE AGAIN
JUDY TOY NEON SIGN Beautiful folk-style ballad with a sparse backup that highlights Judy's voice. Judy's homepage has a RealVideo clip of this song.
FIFTEEN OFF TO VEGAS A new song from a forthcoming album that might be called Yes, It's My Real Name! or possibly Judy-O In the Studio.
MAE WEST FRANKIE AND JOHNNY (live) From a recording of the screen icon performing for the Masquers Club in 1973. The complete show has been released on CD by Dionysus Records on their Bacchus Archives label.



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TROUBLESHOOTING
HARDWARE

You need a computer with a sound card and speakers. If you have this but never hear sounds at any time, it's probably a general problem specific to your equipment. Consult with the manufacturer's tech support.

SOFTWARE

To hear RealAudio, you need a RealPlayer. You'll need version 8.0 or higher to hear the newer songs. The older tracks are encoded as version 3.0, so an older player will suffice for those songs. To download your FREE copy, click on the icon below. You'll have to look around the Real.com download page for the FREE version (they'd rather you buy the fancy version). Remember, after you download the program, you need to "install" it before you can use it.

Click to download RealPlayer!

VOLUME TOO LOUD OR SOFT

Because not all sources have the same record/playback volume, you may need to adjust the volume for some songs. With RealAudio there are two volume controls, one on your computer and one on the RealPlayer itself.

Setting the master volume for your computer depends on what kind of hardware and operating system you have. If you are using Windows, click on the little speaker icon in the lower right-hand corner of the screen (next to the time clock). A graphic of a slider-type volume control, similar to one on a stereo system, will appear. To use it, "drag" the slider up or down until you get a suitable volume level. On a Mac, the volume slider can be found in the Control Panel.

The RealPlayer also has a slider control. It should generally be left in the middle-to-high position. (If there is no slider on your player, it may be because your sound card does not support it. Check the RealPlayer's help section for more info about that.)

SONGS WON'T STREAM

If the RealPlayer can't connect to the sound file at all, or the song starts playing but there are gaps in the music, it may be rush hour on the information superhighway, and traffic has slowed to a crawl.

You can try again during "off-peak" hours. This page will still be here. You might also try logging on with an alternate access number, if you have that option, since one route may be less busy than another.

A long-range solution is to get a faster Internet connection, either through an upgrade (faster modem, ISDN, etc.), or by switching to another Internet Service Provider (ISP). NOTE: By going through an online service such as America Online, your connection will be slower than if you have Internet access through a plain ISP.

Finally, if you don't mind waiting a few minutes, try the song links below. What happens with these links is that the entire file downloads first, and then the song plays. The download usually takes about as long as the song itself. The benefit is that the song plays perfectly. You can even hit the PLAY button and repeat the clip without having to wait for the player to reconnect to ElectricEarl.com.

BAS CLAS: ALLONS DANSER
BAS CLAS: CHASING A MAD DOG
BAS CLAS: LA TI DA
BAS CLAS: MOOD FOR LOVE
BAS CLAS: PHYSICAL WORLD
BAS CLAS: SERFIN USA
PERLA BATALLA: IBERIA
PERLA BATALLA: MORNING STAR
PERLA BATALLA: ON THIS ROCK
PERLA BATALLA: SOMEDAY SOON
BROTHER BUZZARD: DOG EAT DOG
RAY CAMPI: FRANCE (demo)
RAY CAMPI: LUCKY TO BE IN LOVE
RAY CAMPI: ROCKABILLY MAN
RAY CAMPI: SEPARATE WAYS
RAY CAMPI: UNTIL YOU'RE MINE
JACKIE LEE COCHRAN: HUNGRY HILL
RON COLEMAN: HONKY TONK FEVER
RON COLEMAN: LAST TEAR
RON COLEMAN: SHADOWS IN THE MOONLIGHT
RON COLEMAN: SOMEBODY LOSES, SOMEBODY WINS
ELECTRIC EARL: BYE BYE SDI
ELECTRIC EARL: FALLING IN LOVE
ELECTRIC EARL: GODS ON THE LOOSE
ELECTRIC EARL: IAN THE EUROPEAN
ELECTRIC EARL: INVISIBLE BELLS
ELECTRIC EARL: THESE FOUR HANDS
ELECTRIC EARL: WALLS INTO FLOWERS
ESPERANZA: TORNA A SURRIENTO
FARMER TAN: LIGHTNING STRUCK TWICE
FARMER TAN: REAL TEENAGERS
MEL HARKER: BLUETRAIN
MEL HARKER: WHAT A WAY TO GO
PAUL INMAN: EVENING, COME AND RESCUE ME
PAUL INMAN: MEMPHIS ANGEL
PAUL INMAN: RATTLESNAKE HEAT
PAUL INMAN: WHICHEVER WAY THE WIND BLOWS
RONNIE MACK: BACK TO TENNESSEE
RONNIE MACK: BOPPIN' AROUND
RONNIE MACK: GUITAR SOLO (excerpt)
JANIVA MAGNESS & JEFF TURMES: SHE HOLDS A GRUDGE
JANIVA MAGNESS & JEFF TURMES: SOME PEOPLE SAY
The NORMALS: ALMOST READY
The NORMALS: HARDCORE
AYNEE OSBORN: EASY COME, EASY GO
AYNEE OSBORN: FALL INTO PLACE
AYNEE OSBORN: SWEET MOON
AYNEE OSBORN: WHEN I DREAM
STEVE POULIOT: ALL NIGHT LONG
STEVE POULIOT: CATCH ME FALLING
STEVE POULIOT: I'M IN TROUBLE AGAIN
STEVE POULIOT: IT'S OVER
JUDY TOY: FIFTEEN OFF TO VEGAS
JUDY TOY: NEON SIGN
MAE WEST: FRANKIE AND JOHNNY
JULIE ZEITLIN: ONE SONG
JULIE ZEITLIN: THAT WALL'S TOO HIGH TO CLIMB
JULIE ZEITLIN: THESE ARE YOUR WINGS
JULIE ZEITLIN: WHEN I WAS GREEN AND YOU WERE BLUE






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