Golden Oldies Juke Box Saturday Night
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Golden Oldies Juke Box Saturday Night 43

Golden Oldies Juke Box Saturday Night

Golden Oldies Music

Please join us once again for an all-request Golden Oldies Juke Box Saturday night in our Rec Room. Many thanks to all those who follow The Daily Doo Wop on Facebook who requested songs! There are 122 of your requests. It’s always a fun mix of mostly 1950s and 1960s music from a variety of genres, including doo wop, rock and roll, rockabilly, pop, country, R&B, and a little what have you. As you can see, Elvis Presley and Connie Francis were popular choices this Saturday. Of course, “In The Still of the Night,” “One Summer Night,” “Blueberry Hill,” and “Sea of Love” are frequently requested golden oldies. Please click here to get to our Rec Room, and then click on the juke box to access the songs.  (Many apologies if we did not get to your request this week. We will try on another Saturday.)

Here are this week’s golden oldies:

  1. “Long Tall Sally” by Little Richard for Gerri Fitzi.
  2. “Silhouettes” by Frankie Lymon for Felicia Miller.
  3. “Yogi” by The Ivy Three for Judy Lawley.
  4. “Sorry But I’m Gonna Have to Pass” by The Coasters for Julian Shirley.
  5. “Chapel Bells” by The Fascinators for Carmen Lebron.
  6. “Put Your Head on My Shoulder” by Paul Anka for Janet Parkinson.
  7. “Rescue Me” by Fontella Bass for Judith Yvonne.
  8. “Pledging My Love” by Johnny Ace for Larry Clark.
  9. “Tonite, Tonite” by The Mello-Kings for Dee Lavers.
  10. “Mama” by Connie Francis for Jackie Hudson Bowman, who dedicates it to her mother, who will be 90 years old.
  11. “Gypsy Rover” by The Highwaymen for James Pennock.
  12. “Forty Miles of Bad Road” by Duane Eddy for Mike Tyrrell.
  13. “Deserie” by The Charts for Steve Bruni.
  14. A special request of “Christmas Serenade” by Johnny Maestro and The Brooklyn Bridge for Maryann Trout McNiff, who writes it reminds her of listening to it with her Mom. Hope you’re having a great party tongiht!
  15. “Ronnie” by The Four Seasons for Margaret Polls.
  16. “Save the Last Dance for Me” by The Drifters for Carter Reed.
  17. “In the Still of the Night” by The Five Satins for Patti Atwater.
  18. “Return to Sender” by Elvis Presley for Jerry Sullivan.
  19. “(I Love You) For Sentimental Reasons” by Sam Cooke for Vangie McColley, who dedicates it to Ralph.
  20. “Honky Tonk Parts 1 & 2” by Bill Doggett for Carl Corrao.
  21. “Whispering Bells” by The Dell-Vikings for Jay Gottlieb.
  22. “At Last” by Etta James for Jeannette McIlveen.
  23. “Up on the Roof” by The Drifters for Linda Shrum Mcalpin.
  24. “So Much In Love” by The Tymes for Diane Manley.
  25. “Behind the Door” by Vernon Green & The Medallions for Richard Portugal.
  26. “Adorable” by The Drifters for William Lawton Wells.
  27. “Please Mr. Disc Jockey” by The Sensations for Judith Morrison Hillis.
  28. “One Summer Night” by The Danleers for Richie Lynn.
  29. “Never” by The Earls for Ned Hood.
  30. “When Sunny Gets Blue” by Johnny Mathis for Diane Mariani.
  31. “South Street” by The Orlons for Penny Ervin.
  32. “Down In the Boondocks” by Billly Joe Royal for Carolyn Hull Vance.
  33. “Barbara” by The Temptations for Barbara Janaitis-Hulme Mello.
  34. “It’s a Beautiful Morning” by The Rascals for Rachel Garrett. (Hi, Rachel!)
  35. “Love Me Tender” by Elvis Presley for Barbara Bilic Fitch.
  36. “Angel Baby” by Rosie & The Originals for Robert Mczulski, who dedicates it to his two wonderful daughters. He writes that he sang this song to them many many times over their growing-up years. This song is also for Jeannette Ostrander.
  37. “Crying in the Rain” by The Everly Brothers for Michael Wollner.
  38. A special request of “Love Coming Down” by Elvis Presley for James Hegarty.
  39. “I’m Available” by Margie Rayburn for Thomas E Lee.
  40. “I’m in the Mood for Love” by The Chimes for Jeanie DeWitt Reece, who dedicates it to Kirby.
  41. “Needles and Pins” by The Searchers for Barbara Viscosi Spinner.
  42. “Made for Lovers” by Jimmy Gallagher & The Passions for Kenneth Tillis.
  43. “Sincerely” by The Moonglows for Steve Scobee.
  44. “This Magic Moment ” by The Drifters for Phillip Steffey.
  45. A special request of “Popcorn” by Hot Butter for Georgina Tarquino.
  46. “The Monster Mash” by Bobby “Boris” Pickett and the Crypt-Kickers for Cheryl Cousins, because Halloween is just around the corner.
  47. “Big Girls Don’t Cry” by The Four Seasons for Ken Wasson.
  48. “Only You (And you Alone)” by The Platters for Jim Kline. This song is also for Elsa Del Mazzio, in memory of her husband, for whom it was among his favorite songs.
  49. “Since I Met You Baby” by Ivory Joe Hunter for Pamela Whitcomb.
  50. “Happy Happy Birthday Baby” by The Tune Weavers for David Mayes, who dedicates it to Mary Kay.
  51. “Beyond the Sea” by Bobby Darin for Linda Johnson.
  52. “Poison Ivy” by The Coasters for Gail Brown.
  53. “Oh Boy!” by Buddy Holly for Melanie Beintema-Hicks.
  54. “Smoke Gets In Your Eyes” by The Platters for Stella Brockman.
  55. “Town Without Pity” by Gene Pitney for Judy Dunham Haase, Linda Bonardi Slater, Terri Grassie, and Renee Brisk Frischer.
  56. “The Sun Ain’t Gonna Shine Anymore” by The Walker Brothers for Joan Marmelo.
  57. “Trickle, Trickle” by The Videos for Joseph B. Poisson.
  58. “Since I Don’t have You” by The Skyliners for Kris Koontz.
  59. “Mr. Wonderful” by Peggy Lee for Mitch Hoffman.
  60. “My Dearest Darling” by Etta James for Maritheresa Maseda.
  61. “Rebel Rouser” by Duane Eddy for William Ray Roy.
  62. “Tammy” by Debbie Reynolds for Toni Pontecovo.
  63. “My Heart Has a Mind of Its Own” by Connie Francis for Vera Sydorowycz and Russell Newton.
  64. “Bread and Butter” by The Newbeats for Blake Smith.
  65. A special request of “Sometimes When We Touch” by Dan Hill for Barbara Wilson.
  66. “Sky Pilot” by Eric Burdon and the Animals for Thomas Hepner.
  67. “Sea of Love” by Phil Phillips & The Twilights for David Capell.
  68. “Young Girl” by Gary Puckett & The Union Gap for Michael Sydorwycz.
  69. “Little Red Riding Hood” by Sam the Sham & The Pharaohs for Melanie Beintema-Hicks, who dedicates it to Aj Haut.
  70. “Over and Over” by Bobby Day for Judie Moore.
  71. “Where the Boys Are” by Connie Francis for Anita Rodriguez , Gloria Howard Wilkerson, and Mary Lee May Walls.
  72. “Love Potion No. 9” by The Clovers for Renie Benson.
  73. “Lovers Concerto” by The Toys for Charisse Klekosky.
  74. “Jailhouse Rock” by Elvis Presley for Jerome Michael Gary, who writes it was one of the best dance scenes in a movie.
  75. “Sealed with a Kiss” by Brian Hyland for Gary Weinberger.
  76. “Washington Square” by The Village Stompers for Linda Burtram.
  77. “Loving You” by Elvis Presley for Sonny Cooke, who dedicates it to Sherry. This is also for Margaret Polls and Jerry Miller.
  78. “A Thousand Stars” by Kathy Young & The Innocents for Janie Wilburn Olsen.
  79. “This Time” by Troy Shondell for Sandy Wilson.
  80. “I’ve Told Every Little Star” by Linda Scott for John C. Harrison.
  81. “Baby I’m Yours” by Barbara Lewis for Betty Bourne.
  82. “Hobo Bop” by Tommy Nelson for William Rogers.
  83. “Early Autumn” by Jo Stafford for Georgia Dishman.
  84. “Woman, Woman” by Gary Puckett & The Union Gap for Richard D’Amico, who writes that he misses Louise. This song is also for Lee Love.
  85. “All in My Mind” by Maxine Brown for Feather Vaughn and Tom Waters.
  86. “Justine” by The Righteous Brothers for Donna Nelson Humphres.
  87. “Runaround Sue” by Dion for Diane Rake.
  88. “Little Darlin'” by The Diamonds for Joanne Beviano Marzocca.
  89. A special request of “You Gave Me a Mountain” by Elvis Presley for Sandie Lee Lewis Edwards.
  90. “What a Price” by Fats Domino for Janice Morrice.
  91. “Blueberry Hill” by Fats Domino for Donna Doucette.
  92. “Sixteen Tons” by Tennessee Ernie Ford for Nick Baker.
  93. “Telstar” by The Tornadoes for Donna Huss.
  94. “He’s So Fine” by The Chiffons for Ricky Kirkpatrick, Dawn Stoeffler Finley, and Ada Perez.
  95. “Sebastian” by Paul Stookey for Larry Jeffers.
  96. “Pretty Woman” by Roy Orbison for Christine O’Neil Hoffman and Allen Mahoney.
  97. “Pretty Baby” by Gino and Gina for Clinton Brown.
  98. “Pizza Pie” by Norman fox & The Rob Roys.
  99. “Turning to You” by Marty Valentine for Tim Swank.
  100. “Marindy” by The Techniques for Johnny Bristol Stomp.
  101. “Wonderful Dream” by The Majors for George Denelsbeck.
  102. “Just Like Romeo & Juliet” by The Reflections for Sharon Grady.
  103. “You’ll Never Walk Alone” by Roy Hamilton for Denny Amantite.
  104. “Can’t Help Falling in Love with You” by Elvis Presley for Ann Johnson.
  105. “You Don’t Know What You’ve Got (Until you Lose It)” by Ral Donner for John Van Orden.
  106. “Lucky Lips” by Ruth Brown for Bob Black.
  107. “My Girl” by The Temptations for Rick Jacobus.
  108. “You Don’t Have to Drop A Heart to Break It” by The Ravens for John Blewitt.
  109. “Ain’t No Sunshine” by Bill Withers for Bob Reif.
  110. “Gee” by The Crows for Larry Clark.
  111. “I Sold My Heart to the Junkman” by The Blue-Belles for Linda Jean Busch.
  112. “There’s a Thrill on the Hill” by Hank Ballard & The Midnighters for Dave Luckens.
  113. “Rock Around the Clock” by Bill Haley & His Comets for Glen Smith.
  114. “Baby Let Me Bang Your Box” by The Toppers for Steven S. Baum.
  115. “The Lion Sleeps Tonight” by The Tokens for Susie Wells.
  116. “How Can I Tell My Mom and Dad” by The Lovelites.
  117. “Stupid Cupid” by Connie Francis for Edward Williams.
  118. “You Belong to Me” by The Duprees for Marlene Sischile and Sharon Logan.
  119. “Solitary Man” by Neil Diamond for Kay Kidwell.
  120. “It’s All in the Game” by Tommy Edwards for Stephen L. Martin.
  121. “Tears On My PIllow” by Timi Yuro for Teri Boldt.
  122. “Wooly Bully” by Sam the Sham and the Pharaohs for Ken Sandt.

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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 Juke Box Saturday, and the juke box is full of song requests from the 1950s and 1960s.

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