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playlist courtesy of The Dr. Demento Show

The Dr. Demento Show (live on KMET) - February 6, 1972 (8p-10p)

NOTE: This was Dr. Demento's first Sunday night show on KMET, the beginning of a tradition that would last 15 years. For the month and a half prior to this, he had been on Saturday nights as part of Steven Clean's timeslot, much as he had been part of Steven's timeslot on Thursday nights in his early days on KPPC the year before.

Lordy Hoody - Tommy Blake & The Rhythm Rebels
Charged-Up, Turned-Up Rock-n-Roll Singer - Freddy Cannon
That Is Rock And Roll - The Coasters
But The Rock Rolls On - The Seaboard Coastliners

Buick 59 - The Medallions
Ambrose (Part Five) - Linda Laurie
They're Coming To Take Me Away, Ha-Haaa! - Napoleon XIV

NOTE: It is believed that during the above song, power was lost at the radio station for an unknown period of time. Two more songs were scheduled to have been played in the above set, but what they were or whether they were played is not known. The below song may or may not have been played during the show. More songs may be missing from this playlist at this point.

Pale Blues - Edard Nelson

The Bear Cat Papa Blues - Gene Autry
Thanks For The Memory - Bob Hope & Shirley Ross
The War Is Over - Michael J. Brody, Jr.

Gentlemen, Start Your Engines - The Agajanians
The Hot Rod Race - Ramblin' Jimmy Dolan
Hot Rod Lincoln - Johnny Bond
The Little Old Ford Rambled Right Along - Billy Murray
Little Deuce Coupe - The Beach Boys

The Utah Trail - Bud & Joe Billings
Casey Jones - Vernon Dalhart

Old MacDonald Had A Farm - Spike Jones
Milk Cow Blues - Ricky Nelson
Milk Cow Blues - Kokomo Arnold

Dark Was The Night - Blind Willie Johnson
Cloud Colored Christ - Paramahansa Yogananda
Sweeping To The Gates - Welling & McGhee
Since I Don't Have You (brief accidental excerpt) - The Skyliners
Suavecito (excerpt/background) - Malo

Since I Don't Have You - The Skyliners
Since I Fell For You - Annie Laurie