Golden Oldies Juke Box
It’s time to stay warm, relax a little, and reminisce with the oldies from 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. Just click on the juke box and then on the songs you wish to hear. This week we have Valentine’s Day coming up, and so many songs are about love. 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.
Without further ado, here are the selections for this weekend’s Golden Oldies Juke Box Saturday Night #114:
- “The Angels Listened In” by The Crests for William Lawton Wells.
- “”Goin’ Out of My Head” by Little Anthony and The Imperials for Karen Hartlreroad Coviello.
- “True Love Ways” by Buddy Holly for Sebastian Riojas, who dedicates it to his wife of 45 years.
- “Little Diane” by Dion and The Belmonts for Glenn Abbott.
- “Banjo Boy” by Jan & Kjeld for Robert Florczak.
- “Indian Summer” by Roy Orbison, Gatlin Brothers, and Barry Gibb for Susan Poff Wright.
- “On An Evening in Roma” by Dean Martin for Felicia Miller.
- “Can’t Help Falling in Love” by Elvis Presley for Alba Vazquez.
- “Poetry in Motion” by Johnny Tillotson for Linda Williams Markhart.
- “I Love You More Today” by Gene Pitney for Eugene M. Forbes.
- “I Love How You Love Me” by The Paris Sisters for Charlie Bubenheim.
- “Wedding Bell Blues” by The Fifth Dimension for Joanne Rubbo, who dedicates it to the memory of her husband Bill. R.I.P.
- “The Very Thought of You” by Nat “King” Cole for Tommie Rowan Ownby, who dedicates it to A.
- “Always It’s You” by The Everly Brothers for Sonny Cook, who dedicates it to Sherry.
- “If I Didn’t Have a Dime (To Play the Jukebox)” by Gene Pitney for Dennis Dow.
- “Whispering Bells” by The Dell Vikings for Bill Heiker.
- “I Need Somebody to Lean On” by Elvis Presley for Arturo Juá
- “Kind of a Drag” by The Buckinghams for Michael Wollner.
- “Tell me That You Want Me Too” by The School Boys for Thomas E Lee.
- “Hearts of Stone” by The Charms for Pat Pearsall.
- “My Heart Belongs to Only You” by Mary Swan for Tony Koziol.
- “Life is But a Dream” by The Harptones.
- “Cupid” by Sam Cooke for Kevin McKay and Nina Jeffers.
- “Band of Gold” by Don Cherry for Mary Mylar Arends.
- “Goodbye Cruel World” by James Darren for Gary Weinberger.
- “Only Love Can Break Your Heart” by Gene Pitney for Linda Mullens.
- “I Fall to Pieces” by Johnny Tillotson for Michael Rizzo Sr.
- “Once Upon a Time” by Rochell and the Candles for Bob Black and Ed Sheppard.
- “Chances Are” by Johnny Mathis for Ada Perez and Jean Ervin.
- “Dance Girl” by Lewis Lymon & The Teenchords for Bob Nelson.
- “Silhouettes” by The Ronettes for Randy Sutton.
- “Hey Paula” by Paul and Paula for Billie Patterson.
- “Angel Baby” by Rosie and The Originals for Tony Villalobos.
- “Memphis” by Johnny Rivers for Evelyn O’Dell Sorbel.
- “To Be Loved” by The Pentagons for Jerry G Saracino.
- “Here Comes Summer” by Jerry Keller for Bonnie Gatlin Hollingsworth and Elaine Kline Fitzpatrick Miller.
- “Just Like Romeo and Juliet” by The Reflections for Holly Pitts.
- “Wish It Were Me” by The Platters for Larry Jeffers.
- “Put Your Head on My Shoulder” by Paul Anka for Dick Moison.
- “Lonely Teardrops” by Jackie Wilson for EJ Janie Lewis Moon.
- “Since I Fell For You” by Lenny Welch for Dave Metcalfe.
- “In the Still of the Nite” by The Five Satins for Kandie Alcover and Ilene Itzkowitz White.
- “Walk Away Renee” by The Four Tops for Sandi Chamblin.
- “True Love” by The Drifters for Sherry Taylor.
- “More Love” by Smokey Robinson & The Miracles for Linda Santarossa.
- “Baby I’m for Real” by The Originals for Ann Wash.
- “The Great Pretender” by The Platters for ML Mac.
- “Tell Laura I Love Her” by Ray Peterson for Laura Patrick.
- “Cathy’s Clown” by The Everly Brothers for Norma Pierce Gilleland.
- “You Are My Special Angel” by Bobby Helms for Carolyn Cordell.
- “Come Go With Me” by The Dell Vikings for Shirley Birch.
- “Surfin’ Bird” by The Trashmen for Jack Cain.
- “Could This Be Magic” by The Dubs for James Teal.
- “All Alone Am I” by Brenda Lee for Samuel Mattos.
- “California Sun” by Joe Jones for John Kraft.
- “Eyes” by The Earls for Toni Argis
- “Oh What a Nite” by The Dells for Nellie Brown.
- “Dance With My Father” by Luther Vandross for Marilynn Cierzan.
- “Hernando’s Hideaway” by Archie Bleyer.
- “Those Oldies but Goodies” by Little Caesar and The Romans for Jackie Scott Coulter.
- “Smoky Places” by The Corsairs for Steve Peasley.
- “I Only Have Eyes for You” by The Flamingos for James Gallagher.
- “Lavender Blue” by Sammy Turner for Rene Pawlush Ottaviani.
- “Wichita Lineman” by Glen Campbell for Anita Rodriguez.
- “Swayin’ to the Music (Slow Dancing)” by Johnny Rivers for Linda Santarossa.
- “Don’t Go Near the Indians” by Rex Allen for Margaret Graham.
- “This I Swear” by The Skyliners for John Malloy.
- “I Want You to Be My Girl” by Frankie Lyman and The Teenagers for Tim Swank.
- “Sh-Boom” by The Chords for Amy Seiders.
- “Here in My Heart” by Al Martino for Michael Nunan Senior.
- “Love Stinks” by J. Geils Band for Steve Tubbs.
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.
Please click here for the Daily Doo Wop YouTube channel, to which you can subscribe. Thank you for stopping by The Daily Doo Wop.
[…] you are interested in reading more about movies during this doo wop era that we explore, please click here for a blog post about 3D Movies. If you would like to consider purchasing a DVD of 13 Ghosts, please […]
Would you please put Jeff Joffrion Jesus is a soul man on your jukebox. It went top ten nation in 1969. It was on Sound Stage Seven records. I would love to hear it again, Thank you
Hi. Why certainly. I have you down for the #1 on next Saturday’s Golden Oldies Juke Box Saturday Night.