Golden Oldies Juke Box Saturday Night
Golden Oldies Juke Box Saturday Night 43
September 19, 2015
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September 28, 2015

Golden Oldies Juke Box Saturday Night 44

Golden Oldies Juke Box Saturday Night juke box

Golden Oldies Music

A Golden Oldies Juke Box Saturday Night is a fine tradition for sitting back and listening to some favorite songs. This is The Daily Doo Wop’s 44th all-request Golden Oldies Juke Box Saturday Night with songs from lots of great 1950s music and 1960s music. Many thanks to all those who requested songs! Here are 101 of your requests. Please click here to get to our Rec Room, and then click on the juke box to access the songs.  It’s always a good mix of doo wop, rock and roll, country, rockabilly, pop, R&B, and a little what have you.

  1. “Juke Box Saturday Night” by Nino & The Ebb Tides for John Brennan.
  2. “Paradise for Two” by Lou Jordan and The Chaperones for Julian Shirley.
  3. “Where or When” by Dion & The Belmonts for Frank Signorile Sr., who dedicates it to Laura Schwabe Yavorcik.
  4. “Blue on Blue” by Bobby Vinton for Betty Brandon-Garza.
  5. “Blue Star” by The Shadows for Judy Lawley.
  6. “Vacation” by Connie Francis for Jackie Hudson Bowman.
  7. “Laurie (Strange Things Happen)” by Dickey Lee for Judy Anderson.
  8. “The Happy Organ” by Dave “Baby” Cortez for Carol Corrao.
  9. “They Call You Gigolette” by Roy Orbison for Susan Poff Wright.
  10. “Goodbye-, Jimmy Goodbye” by Kathy Linden for Benetta Crandall.
  11. “Just a Gigolo /I Ain’t Got Nobody” by Louis Prima and Keely Smith for William Lawton Wells.
  12. “Witch Doctor” by David Seville (not to mention Alvin & The Chipmunks) for Jacki Weil.
  13. “My Funny Valentine” by Sammy Davis ,Jr., for Marsha Farrell, who dedicates it to her husband of 45 years. His birthday is on Valentine’s Day.
  14. “Venus in Blue Jeans” by Jimmy Clanton for Diana Emily Brown.
  15. “Balboa Blue” by The Marketts for Abraham Millado.
  16. “Up on the Roof” by The Drifters for Don Schaar.
  17. “In the Still of the Night” by The Five Satins for Edward Wallace and Richie Lynn.
  18. “So Much In Love” by The Tymes for Patty Burchett Wilson, who dedicates it to those who appreciate these beautiful songs written just for us during our teenage years.
  19. “North to Alaska” by Johnny Horton for Penny Crain Willis.
  20. “The Lion Sleeps Tonight” by The Tokens for Susan Kim Force Force.
  21. “One Summer Night” by The Danleers for Mary Keegan Hughes and Fred Weingartner.
  22. “Tonight We Love” by The Four Directions for Richard Portugal.
  23. “Close Your Eyes” by The Five Keys for Judith Morrison Hillis.
  24. “Ain’t that a Kick in the Head” by Dean Martin for Denny Amantite.
  25. “Moon Out Again” by The Capris for Cliff Harvey.
  26. “Oh, Donna” by Ritchie Valens for Donna Petsche and Donna Nelson Humphres (dedicated to herself).
  27. “One Night With You” by Elvis Presley for Helen Moody Cenzi.
  28. “Little Darlin'” by The Diamonds for Ken Wasson.
  29. “Whole Lotta Shakin’ Goin’ On” by Jerry Lee Lewis for Judie Moore.
  30. “Let It Be Me” by The Everly Brothers for Annlouise Brabant.
  31. “Good Rockin’ Tonight” by Wynonie Harris for Al Wayne Brundage.
  32. “Help Me, Rhonda” by The Beach Boys for Carol Davis Johnson.
  33. “All Shook Up” by Elvis Presley for Gary Armsby.
  34. “Blue Moon” by The Marcels for Clinton Brown.
  35. “Bird Dog” by The Everly Brothers for Dave Luckens.
  36. “Please Love Me Forever” by Cathy Jean & The Roomates for Bob Black.
  37. “Dimples” by Roger Calkins & The Silvertones for Bob Durdee.
  38. “Been So Long” by The Pastels for Dawn Stoeffler Finley.
  39. “I Live Half a Block from an Angel” by The Danleers for Tim Swank.
  40. “Pretty Blue Eyes” by Steve Lawrence for Kelly Silva.
  41. “I’m Crying” by The Del Rios for Phillip Steffey.
  42. “Earth Angel” by The Penguins for Pat Todd.
  43. “Tears On My Pillow” by Little Anthony & The Imperials for Allen Mahoney.
  44. “Cry” by Johnny Ray for Gail Brown.
  45. “Beep Beep (Little Nash Rambler)” by The Playmates for Gary Weinberger.
  46. “Rawhide” by Frankie Laine for Robert King.
  47. “Don’t Forbid Me” by Pat Boone for Steve Scobee.
  48. “Walk Away Renee” by The Four Tops for Ned Hood.
  49. “Groovin'” by The Young Rascals for Kathy Morris.
  50. “I Can’t Stop Loving You” by Ray Charles for Glenda Butler Shooke.
  51. “Psychotic Reaction” by The Count Five for Charlie Richardson.
  52. “Imagination” by The Quotations for Steve Bruni.
  53. “Your Precious Love” by Jerry Butler for Anthony Bonome.
  54. “Life is But a Dream” by The Harptones for Eva Rizzo, who says it’s for Eva.
  55. “The Great Pretender” by The Platters for Norman Foust.
  56. “He Stopped Loving Her Today” by George Jones for Charle Bubenheim.
  57. “Stairway to Heaven” by Neil Sedaka for Carmie Womack.
  58. “You Don’t Have to Say You Love Me” by Dusty Springfield for Linda Mullens.
  59. “Go Jimmy Go” by Jimmy Clanton for Shirley Larson.
  60. “You” by The Aquatones for Harry Furner and Ken Dusty Havens.
  61. “Hot Rod Lincoln” by Charlie Ryan for Jim Johnson.
  62. “Willie and The Hand Jive” by Johnny Otis for Larry Clark.
  63. “Poetry in Motion” by Johnny Tillotson for Jackie Mesenbrink and Patsy Kilpatrick.
  64. “Wake Up Little Susie” by The Everly Brothers for Susie Wells.
  65. “Diana” by Paul Anka for Gerri Fitzi.
  66. “Maybe” by The Chantels for Norman Foust.
  67. “Speedoo” by The Cadilllacs for Carolyn Mowe Zwaschka.
  68. “Raunchy” by Duane Eddy for Wwilliam Ray Roy and Judy F Decker.
  69. “Rock N Roll Is Here to Stay” by Danny & The Juniors for Toni Dennis.
  70. “Teen Angel” by Mark Dinning for Brenda Harris Heflin.
  71. “Let’s Do It Over” by Toussaint McCall for Jeanie DeWitt Reece.
  72. “I’ll Never Dance Again” by Bobby Rydell for Roberta O’Neill Estrada.
  73. “Make Me Your Baby” by Barbara Lewis for Craol Lehe Sauls.
  74. “Love Letters in the Sand” by Pat Boone for Lee Love.
  75. “Image of a Girl” by The Safaris for Joan Marmelo.
  76. “Smoke from Your Cigarette” by Lillian Leach & The Mellows for Bob Nelson.
  77. “My Heart is an Open Book” by Carl Dobkins, Jr., for Sharon Grady.
  78. “Let There Be Drums” by Sandy Nelson for Joseph B. Poisson.
  79. “Don’t Step on the Grass, Sam” by Steppenwolf for George Denelsbeck.
  80. “That’s My Desire” by Dion & The Belmonts for Chip Hawkins, who dedicates it to all the groups of this era who sang under the glow of streetlights just dreaming of the possibility of a hit. This is also for Randy Sutton.
  81. “Sugar and Spice” by The Cryan Shames for Kris Koontz.
  82. “Denise” by Randy & The Rainbows for Dennis Dow.
  83. “Letter From Sherry” by Dale Ward for Rene Bisson.
  84. “In Each Corner of My Heart” by The Nitecaps for John Blewitt.
  85. “Under the Boardwalk” by The Drifters for Diane Lambert
  86. “This Magic Moment” by The Drifters with Ben E. King for Sharon Wilkie.
  87. “Bewildered” by Mickey & Sylvia for Bruce Sturtevant.
  88. “It’s Just a Matter of Time” by Brook Benton for Anita Rodriguez.
  89. “Matchbox” by Carl Perkins for Thomas E Lee.
  90. “Susan” by The Buckinghams for Susan Estilow.
  91. “My Happiness” by Connie Francis for Karen Ogg.
  92. “Memories of Love” by Lenny Dean & The Rockin Chairs for John Brennan.
  93. “Have You Heard” by The Duprees for Ada Perez.
  94. “Duke of Earl” by Gene Chandler for Frank Alvarez.
  95. “What’s New Pussycat” by Tom Jones for Mitch Hoffman.
  96. “I Laughed” by The Jesters for Ozzie Camiolo.
  97. “Calendar Girl” by Neil Sedaka for Teri Boldt.
  98. “Sleep Walk” by Betsy Brye for Tony Koziol.
  99. “Bongo Rock” by Preston Epps for Andy Lanzi.
  100. “While I Dream” by Neil Sedaka and The Tokens for Daureen Matera.
  101. “Unforgettable” by Dinah Washington for Georgia Dishman.

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

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