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Golden Oldies Juke Box Saturday Night
Golden Oldies Juke Box Saturday Night 126
May 6, 2017
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Oldies But Goodies

It’s time to relax a little on this lovely  Spring weekend 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 are lots of songs this week. It’s always a fun mix of artists and genres, including doo wop, country, R&B, pop, and rock and roll.   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 the selections for this weekend’s Golden Oldies Juke Box Saturday Night #125:

  1. “Ballad of a Teenage Queen” by Johnny Cash for Don Newkirk.
  2. “I’m a Happy Man” by The Jive Five for Deke Rivers.
  3. “Can’t Help Falling in Love with You” by Pentatonix for Felicia Miller.
  4. “Purple Rain” by Prince for Marilyn Cierzan, who dedicates to his memory. R.I.P.
  5. “Deck of Cards” by Wink Martindale for Judy Lawley.
  6. “Darling Je Vous Aime Beaucoup” by Nat “King” Cole for Robert Florczak.
  7. “Rock and Roll Waltz” by Kay Starr for Julie Answell, who writes that her husband used to sing that song when they were walking home on a date.
  8. “Rag Doll” by The Four Seasons for Nancy Domarus.
  9. “The Sweetest Thing (I’ve Ever Known)” by Juice Newton for Alfreda Barclay, who dedicates it to the memory of her husband Bill. She writes, “Rest in Peace, Babe.”
  10. “If I Didn’t Care” by The Ink Spots for Phil King.
  11. “Ball of Confusion” by The Temptations for George Denelsbeck.
  12. “Put Your Head on My Shoulder” by Paul Anka for Vangie McColley.
  13. “What is Love” by The Playmates for Bob Black.
  14. “Hey Bobby” by K.T. Oslin for Dottie Bills Percey, who dedicates it to her husband Bob.
  15. “Pretty Blue Eyes” by Steve Lawrence for Jonna Sausman, who writes that it’s in honor of her granddaughter Alivia. This song is also requested by Linda Sue Abbott.
  16. “You Belong to Me” by The Duprees for Leilani Weaver.
  17. “Whispers (Gettin’ Louder)” by Jackie Wilson for William Lawton Wells.
  18. “Bobby’s Girl” by Marcie Blane for Kathy Ristine, who dedicates it to the memory of her husband Bobby, whom she misses.
  19. “Dedicated to the One I Love” by The Shirelles for Carmen Salazar Solario, who dedicates it to her husband Richard Solario. This song is also requested by Janulee Ann Shsirvie, who dedicates it to the memory of one who is not with us any more.
  20. “What in the World’s Come Over You” by Jack Scott for Bonnie Gatlin Hollingsworth.
  21. “I Remember” by Eddie Cochran for Robert Lumpkin, who dedicates it to a past love.
  22. “Don’t Play That Song” by Ben E. King for Donald Banca.
  23. “Ride Away” by Roy Orbison for Susan Poff Wright.
  24. “Today” by New Christy Minstels for Larry Jeffers.
  25. “She Taught Me to Yodel” by Frank Ifield for Tezza Jaques, who writes that nobody can go to war while yodeling.
  26. “Ajax Liquor Store” by Hudson and Landry for Charlie Bubenheim.
  27. “A Love So Beautiful” by Roy Orbison for Ada Santos, who dedicates it to Paul Aponte.
  28. “(Just Like) Romeo and Juliet” by The Reflections for Linda C Williams Markhart.
  29. “What a Surprise” by The Crests for Bob Chris Durdee.
  30. “Those Oldies But Goodies” by Little Caesar and The Romans for Dick Moison.
  31. “Cathy’s Clown” by The Everly Brothers for Dayle Wilson.
  32. “Duke of Earl” by Gene Chandler for Teresa Radoslovich.
  33. “Gino is a Coward” by Gino Washington for Buzz Baker.
  34. “Wooly Bully” by Sam the Sham and The Pharaohs for Marie Brandt, who dedicates it to the memory of her father who used to sing and play many of these awesome oldies. This song is also requested by Ken Sandt.
  35. “I Can Hear Music” by The Ronettes for Tim Swank.
  36. “Runaway” by Del Shannon for Warren Buchanan.
  37. “It’s Still Rock and Roll to Me” by Billy Joel for David Mayes.
  38. “Long Lonely Nights” by Lee Andrews and The Hearts for Moses Timothy.
  39. “Wah-Watusi” by The Orlons for John Kraft.
  40. “End of the World” by Skeeter Davis for Terri Boldt.
  41. “It’s All in the Game” by Tommy Edwards for Linda Mullens.
  42. “What’s Your Name” by Don and Juan for William Crum.
  43. “Harlem Nocturne” by The Vicounts for Bill Heiker.
  44. “Look Out (Here Comes Tomorrow)” by The Monkees for Dorothy McDaniels.
  45. “Lonely for You” by Gary Stites for Eugene M. Forbes.
  46. “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction” by The Rolling Stones for Linda Lindley.
  47. “Poor Side of Town” by Johnny Rivers for Jerry Sullivan.
  48. “Congratulations” by The Turbans for Sharon L Jones.
  49. “I Wonder” by The Ronettes for Randy Sutton.
  50. “One Fine Day” by The Chiffons for Billie Patterson.
  51. “Susie Darlin'” by Tommy Roe for Terry Zdeb.
  52. “Mustang Sally” by Wilson Pickett for Frank Domarus.
  53. “That’s All I Want from You” by Jaye P. Morgan for James Hegarty.
  54. “He’s a Rebel” by The Crystals for W Kaye Flowers Kidd.
  55. “One Summer Night” by The Danleers for Toni Argis Cirincione. This song is also requested by Elaine White Greene, who writes that it’s to remember those summer memories of days gone by.
  56. “The Bells of St. Mary’s” by Lee Andrews & The Hearts for Bob Nelson.
  57. “Bad Motorcycle” by The Twinkles for Ken Dusty Havens.
  58. “Don’t Let Go” by Roy Hamilton for Gary Weinberger.
  59. “Memory Lane” by The Tams for Pat Foerst Mazzacano Welsh.
  60. “Sweet Dreams” by Tommy McLain for Gloria Norman.
  61. “V A C A T I O N” by Connie Francis for John Konecny.
  62. “Dominique” by The Singing Nun for James Pennock.
  63. “Twinkle Toes” by Roy Orbison for Al Wayne Brundage.
  64. “Golden Lady” by Stevie Wonder for Michael Rizzo Sr.
  65. “Teen Angel” by Mark Dinning for Alvin Ferry.
  66. “Let’s Go Trippin'” by Dick Dale for Gail Brown.
  67. “Susie Darlin'” by Robin Luke for Frankie Torres.
  68. “Could This Be Magic” by The Dubs for Sandy Kaplan-Bloom.
  69. “Silence is Golden” by The Tremeloes for Edward Wallace.
  70. “Chances Are” by Johnny Mathis for Gerri Fitzi.
  71. “There’s a Moon Out Tonight” by The Capris for Connie Collura.
  72. “Sunday Will Never Be the Same” by Spanky and Our Gang for Kevin Koch Sr.
  73. “Make the World Go Away” by Eddie Arnold for Polly J Vester.
  74. “Gypsy Woman” by Bryan Hyland for Patricia Puckett.
  75. “Things” by Bobby Darin for Deborah Lowe.
  76. “Bread and Butter” by The Newbeats for Arturo Juá
  77. “Pata Pata” by Miriam Makeba for Bill Hauger.
  78. “Red Roses for a Blue Lady” by Vaughn Monroe for Jim Barrix.
  79. “All Alone Am I” by Brenda Lee for Joanne Rubbo.
  80. “You Belong to My Heart” by Timi Yuro for Maria Aschenbach.
  81. “Just a Dream” by Jimmy Clanton for Amy Seiders.
  82. “Cry to Me” by Solomon Burke for Terry LaRotonda.
  83. “Sister Golden Hair” by America for Tereasa Cast.
  84. “Joy to the World” by Three Dog Night for Pat Pearsall.
  85. “Mr. Sandman” by The Chordettes for Dolores Rysula.
  86. “I Go To Pieces” by Peter and Gordon for Shryll Conner Smith.
  87. “Across the Street” by Lenny O’Henry for Debbie Zabkiewicz Haller.
  88. “Dream Lover” by Bobby Darin for Michael Wollner, who dedicates it to Maria.
  89. “My Happiness” by Connie Francis for Sonny Cook.
  90. “The Closer You Are” by The Channels for Shirley Butler Schuman.
  91. “Once in a While” by The Chimes for Thomas E Lee.
  92. “(Let Me Be Your) Teddy Bear” by Elvis Presley for Diana Floyd Martin Justus.
  93. “Fame and Fortune” by Elvis Presley for Jackie Hudson Bowman.
  94. “You’re Mine” by Robert and Johnny for Carole Ann Gross Rund.
  95. “Love is a Many Splendored Thing” by The Four Aces for Jeanette Lacerenza.

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 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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