Golden Oldies Music
Welcome to Golden Oldies Juke Box Saturday Night. We’ve taken 44 requests from those who see us on Facebook. The music is doo-wop, rock and roll, pop, R&B or other genres popular during the era we cover, which is 1952 to early 1964. It’s a pleasure to do this, because we tend to present the most popular songs from this first era of rock and roll, as that’s what most people remember. However, the requests cover those songs that may have been regional hits — or not a hit at all.
The selections are in the in the juke box of our Rec Room. Please click here. They will be available tonight, November 29, through tomorrow, November 30.
Many thanks to those who requested music. Space is limited, so if we don’t have your request, we’ll try on another Saturday night. Here are the selections:
- “Silhouettes” by The Rays for Carol Ann Shiemke LaVigne
- “Sincerely” by The Moonglows for Dolores Ballo
- “Ebony Eyes” by The Everly Brothers for Carol Lubas
- “It Keeps Right On A-Hurtin’” by Johnny Tillotson for Waynette Smith
- “Last Date” by Floyd Cramer for Linda & David Thornhill
- “Pretty Blue Eyes” by Steve Lawrence for Irene Pye
- “There Is Something On Your Mind” by Bobby Marchan for Linda Rios and Josie Mercer Alatorre
- “The Stroll” by The Diamonds for Evelyn O’Dell
- “Green Door” by Jim Lowe and The High Fives for E. J. Lovell
- “Somewhere Beyond The Sea” by Bobby Darin for Linda Johnson
- “Patches” by Dickie Lee for Doris Wasicek Davis and Nancy Stroud
- “Heart And Soul” by The Cleftones for William Bassett
- “The Way You Do The Things You” by The Temptations Stephen Lee Smith
- “Rubber Biscuit” by The Chips for Laura Mauffray Borchert
- “Whispering Bells” by The Dell-Vikings for Gary Butler
- “Summer’s Love” by The Chantels featuring Richard Barrett for Bill Reznor
- “Rag Doll” by The Four Seasons for Kevin O’Brien and James J. Olivera
- “Story Untold” by The Nutmegs for Jean LoBue Angelo
- “Cara Mia” by Jay & The Americans for Kris Koontz
- ” I Love How You Love Me” by The Paris Sisters for Maxi Moli
- “My Girl Awaits Me” by The Castelles for Lambros Sgouros
- “Since I Fell For You” by Lenny Welch for Becky Partain Bates
- “I Love You” by The Volumes for Charlie Garrett
- “The Treasure Of Love” by Clyde McPhatter for Kathy LaVergne
- “The Great Imposter” by The Fleetwoods for Barb Campos
- “Tall Paul” by Annette Funicello for Mary Ann McKaskle Cline
- “Lucky Lips” by Gale Storm for Sally Rouch
- “Big Boss Man” by Jimmy Reed for William Bill Wallace and Jimmy Reed
- “Moody River” by Pat Boone for Franklin Lee Michael Sr.
- “Let The Good Times Roll” by Shirley & Lee for Kathleen Johnson
- “Crazy Crazy Baby” by Buck Rogers David Benjamin Blornstrom Sr.
- “Sukiyaki” by Kyu Sakamoto for Robin Meyer and Jim Ritchie
- “Tragedy” by Thomas Wayne and the Delons for Tony Koziol
- “Bells In My Heart” by The Spiders for Sandy Holland Tarrant
- “My Guy” by Mary Wells for Carmen Salazar Solario
- “Judy’s Turn To Cry” by Lesley Gore for Judith Yvonne
- “Put Your Head On My Shoulder” by Paul Anka for Susan Livingston
- “Oh Carol” by Neil Sedaka for Rachel Kelley
- “My True Story” by The Jive Five for Gloria Courts Willis
- “Quarter To Three” by Gary U.S. Bonds for Rita Thibodeaux Flagg
- “Don’t Be Heartless” by The Chevrons for Raul Al Conde.
And these last three are for the many who requested them:
- “Earth Angel” by The Penguins.
- “In the Still of the Nite” by The Five Satins.
- “Sea of Love” by Phil Phillips with The Twilights.
For More Golden Oldies Music
The Daily Doo Wop Rec Room has daily featured doo wop, rock and roll, R&B, or rockabilly songs that were hits during the first era of rock and roll (that is, from about 1952 until the British invasion in 1964). After a song is featured, it then goes into the juke box. You are welcome to listen to any of the 40+ selections there. Every weekend, there is a Golden Oldies Juke Box Saturday Night, and the juke box is full of song requests from the 1950s and 1960s.
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