Golden Oldies Juke Box Saturday Night
Golden Oldies Juke Box Saturday Night 109
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Golden Oldies

Stay warm, relax a little, and reminisce with the oldies with the all-request Golden Oldies Juke Box Saturday Night. The songs are on the juke box in our Daily Doo Wop Rec Room. There’s plenty of good music, and it’s always a fun mix of artists and genres — inlcuding doo wop, country, R&B, rock and roll, pop, rockabilly, novelty songs, and more. Just click on the juke box and then on the songs you wish to hear.  Many thanks to all those who requested songs!  Many apologies if we did not get to your request. Please let us know, and we’ll try again next Saturday.

Here are this weekend’s selections for Golden Oldies Juke Box Saturday Night 110:

  1. “Burning Bridges” by Jack Scott fo Dlee Wallech.
  2. “Smile” by The Lettermen for Alice Sapp.
  3. “Someone to Watch Over Me” by Ella Fitzgerald for Carla Holtsclaw Jukes.
  4. “Going Out of My Head” by Little Anthony & The Imperials for Felicia Miller.
  5. “The Green Green Grass of Home” by Porter Wagoner for William Lawton Wells.
  6. “Little G.T.O.” by Ronny and The Daytonas for Bill Jackson.
  7. “Itsy Bitsy Teenie Weenie Yellow Polka Dot Bikini” by Brian Hyland.
  8. “Barbara Ann” by The Regents for Nancy Walker.
  9. “Love Hurts” by Roy Orbison for Susan Poff Wright.
  10. “Some Enchanted Evening” by Jay and The Americans for Jimmy Taw, who dedicates it to his wife Brenda, remembering their first date on January 5, 1970.
  11. “The Cha Cha Cha” by Bobby Rydell for Rosa Ybarra.
  12. “She Makes Me Laugh” by The Monkees for Linda C. Williams Markhart.
  13. “Getting Nearer” by Joey Dee and the Ronettes for Randy Sutton.
  14. “Mocking Bird” by Inez and Charlie Foxx for Dick Moison, who dedicates it to the class of ’64.
  15. “Smoky Places” by The Corsairs for Darren Lamb.
  16. “Keeper of the Stars” by Tracy Byrd for Robyn Bornstein, who writes that it’s “To Chad from someone who loved you the most.”
  17. “Shutters and Boards” by Jerry Wallace for Larry Jeffers.
  18. “Deck of Cards” by Bill Anderson for John Konecny.
  19. “Young Love” by Sonny James for Gary Graham, who dedicates it to his girlfriend Margie Spears.
  20. “Love Turns Winter to Spring” by The Four Freshmen for Georgia Dishman.
  21. “Since I Fell For You” by Lenny Welch for Christi Abner.
  22. “A Thousand Stars” by Kathy Young and The Innocents for Margie Spears, who dedicates it to her boyfriend Gary Graham.
  23. “My Own True Love” by Jimmy Clanton for Maritheresa
  24. “Fools Rush In” by Elvis Presley for Pamela Morris.
  25. “Too Much Heaven” by The Bee Gees for Barbara Smith.
  26. “What Am I Gonna Do?” by Jimmy Clanton for Tim Swank.
  27. “So Much in Love” by The Tymes for Edward Wallace, who dedicates it to his wife Mary Anne.
  28. “I’ve Told Every Little Star” by Linda Scott for Diane Stanfield.
  29. “Better Use Your Head” by Little Anthony and the Imperials for Jim McGovern, who writes that it’s for Jim and Norma McGoern.
  30. “Lost in the Fifties Tonight” by Ronnie Milsap for Eugene M. Forbes and Carol Christman.
  31. “Navy Blue” by Diane Renay for Brenda Zimmerman.
  32. “Then YOu Can Tell Me Goodbye” by The Casinos for Faith Lewis Farmer.
  33. “Why Do Fools Fall in Love” by Frankie Lymon & The Teengers for Ada Perez.
  34. “In the Still of the Night” by The Five Satins for Pat Davis and Fidelina Wilds.
  35. “Earth Angel” by The Penguins for Ron Moore.
  36. “It’s Late” by Ricky Nelson for Michael Wollner.
  37. “Angel Baby” by Rosie & The Originals for Evelyn Howland-Jensen.
  38. “We’ll Still Be Together” by The Cameos for Bob Nelson.
  39. “My Special Angel” by Bobby Helms for Linda Mullens.
  40. “Been So Long” by The Pastels for Bob Black.
  41. “Money” by Barrett Strong for John Kraft.
  42. “My Back Pages” by The Byrds for Allen Mahoney.
  43. “18 Yellow Roses” by Bobby Darin for Glenn Abbott.
  44. “Blue Moon” by The Marcels for Isle Wenzel and Tony Caluya.
  45. “Blueberry Hill” by Fats Domino for Richie Mello.
  46. “Shout Shout Knock Yourself Out” by Ernie Maresca for Jerry Sullivan.
  47. “This I Swear” by The Skyliners for John Malloy and Rodrigo Dejesusavila.
  48. “Long Tall Sally” by Little Richard for Chuck Mckenzie.
  49. “Universal Soldier” by Donovan for Lee Short.
  50. “You’re So Fine” by The Falcons for Elaine Kline Fizpatrick Miller.
  51. “Thank You and Goodnight” by The Angels for Rene Bisson.
  52. “Look for a Star” by Gary Miles for Gary Weinberger.
  53. “For What It’s Worth” by Buffalo Springfield for Carolyn Kenney Martin.
  54. “Forever and Ever” by Englebert Humperdinck for Michael Rizzo Sr.
  55. “Image of a Girl” by The Safaris for Robert DellaDonna Troy.
  56. “The Deck of Cards” by T. Texas Tyler for Holly Pitts.
  57. “A White Sport Coat (And A Pink Carnation)” by Marty Robbins for Billie Patterson.
  58. “Slow Down” by Larry Williams for Thomas E Lee.
  59. “Raining in My Heart” by Buddy Holly for Sebastian Riojas.
  60. “Rainin’ in My Heart” by Slim Harpo for Sandra Carnley.
  61. “Portrait of My Love” by Steve Lawrence for Bonnie Gatlin Hollingsworth, who dedicates it to her sister Brenda.
  62. “Runaway” by Del Shannon for Dale Bruers.
  63. “Ten Commandments of Love” by The Moonglows for Sharon L Jones.
  64. “A Sunday Kind of Love” by The Del Vikings for BobandChrist Durdee.
  65. “The Mountain’s High” by Dick and Dee Dee for David Mayes.
  66. “Since I Don’t Have You” by The Skyliners for Evelyn O’Dell Sorbel.
  67. “Bring the Boys Home” by Freda Payne for Joann Marchetti DeLucca.
  68. “The Wind” by Noland Strong & The Diablos for Tom Joyce.
  69. “I Want You I Need You I Love You” by Elvis Presley for Charlie Bubenheim.
  70. “Don’t Worry” by Marty Robbins for Diane Holbrook.
  71. “Sleep Walk” by Santo and Johnny for Tana Robbins Blake.
  72. “All My Loving” by The Beatles for Linda Sweeney Manning, who dedicates it to Doug.
  73. “Oh Pretty Woman” by Roy Orbison for Claire Hicks.
  74. “Green Fields” by The Brothers Four for Keithann Smith.
  75. “Desiree” by The Charts for Cheryl Stillman-Leeper.
  76. “Unchained Melody” by The Righteous Brothers for Nancy Sullivan.
  77. “Half Heaven Half Heartache” by Gene Pitney for Alleta Tipkin.
  78. “Release Me” by Esther Phillips for Anita Rodriguez.
  79. “The Lion Sleeps Tonight” by The Tokens for Kelly Chan.
  80. “Earth Angel” by The Penguins for Mimi Seaman.
  81. “The Rain, The Park, and Other Things” by The Cowsills for Pamela Dunlap.
  82. “Never My Love” by The Association for Brian Hartman.
  83. “Oh My Angel” by Bertha Tillman for Ed Sheppard.
  84. “Magic Town” by The Vogues for Andy Lanzi.
  85. “Help Me Rhonda” by The Beach Boys for Cathy Dempster.
  86. “Dream” by Roy Orbison for Mitchell Moore.
  87. “Darling Lorraine” by The Knockouts for Pat Pearsall.
  88. “Summer Song” by Chad & Jeremy for Bob Dean.
  89. “Footloose” by Kenny Loggins for Amy Seiders.
  90. “Blue Bayou” by Linda Ronstadt for Mary Thomas.
  91. “Love” by Natalie Cole for Arturo Juá
  92. “Thirteenth Hour” by Timi Yuro for Biff Baltazar.
  93. “He’s a Rebel” by The Crystals for Linda J. Duncan Pickett.
  94. “Mack the Knife” by Bobby Darin for Erin Bowker Walker.
  95. “Tossin’ and Turnin'” by Bobby Lewis for Nellie Brown.
  96. “The End” by Earl Grant for Sonny Cook, who dedicates it to Sherry.
  97. “Woodman, Woodman, Spare that Tree” by Phil Harris for Michael Nuna Senior.
  98. “Once in a While” by The Chimes for Doreen Lipman.

For More Golden Oldies Music                                

The Daily Doo Wop Rec Room has daily featured doo wop music, rock and roll hits, R&B, or rockabilly songs that werewere 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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  1. Jerome Diekmann says:

    Hello, Jane – I grew up with doo wop and classic rock and enjoy playing some of the songs on the piano. Most all of the songs can be found as sheet music, in various books, or can be downloaded as sheet music. However, here are some songs by artists that I have never seen in any book or website, even fake books, other than the lyrics. One of these songs is “Tell Me Why”, first composed and recorded by Norman Fox and the Rob Roys an later covered by the Belmonts (after Dion) in 1961. Do you know where I might be able to purchase the music to this song? I would even settle for a lead sheet if that is the only available form. I hope you or one of your readers might have some information for this song. It was composed by Marshall “Buzzy” Helfand, one of the members of the group. I am also looking for “Dance Girl Dance”, and “Dream Girl”, which were also sung by this group. Thank you for your time and assistance.

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