Golden Oldies Music
Many thanks to all who requested songs for Juke Box Saturday Night! There are 44 of your requests. You’ve suggested a great set of songs. It’s always a pleasure to learn about songs we don’t know or just haven’t heard in a long time. Of course, there are the perennial doo-wop and rock and roll favorites. Please click here to get to our Rec Room, and then click on the juke box to find the songs.
If we didn’t get to yours because space is limited, we’ll try another time.
Here are the selections for Juke Box Saturday Night #5:
- “In the Still of the Night” by The Five Satins for Bill West, Marilynn Russell, Tony Koziol, Harry Furner, Anita Echerer, Christine Lictawa-Ramsey, Jeanie Hayes, Jennie Hackett Lee, Madeline Bolowski
- “Corrina, Corrina” by Ray Peterson for Shirley Harris Hawkins in honor of her Dad’s birthday.
- “What are you doing New Year’s Eve” by The Orioles for John Blewitt and Bob Durdee.
- “Mecca” by Gene Pitney for Sunrise Phoenix.
- “Love Letters” by Elvis Presley for Penny Ervin.
- “Finger Poppin’ Time” by Hank Ballard and The Midnighters for Dave Luckens.
- “Since I Don’t Have You” by The Skyliners for Peggy Joe Klask.
- “The Night Has a Thousand Eyes” by Bobby Vee for Cathy Grawe.
- “It Was I” by Skip & Flip for Suzi Silverman Kaplan.
- “Coney Island Baby” by The Excellents for Rosemary Ford and Brenda Fishkin.
- “Ain’t Got Not Home” by Clarence Frogman Henry for Wilfred Jones.
- “Thank You and Goodnight” by The Angels for Floyd Flowers Sr.
- “Darling Lorraine” by The Knock Outs for Rosemary Ford.
- “Silhouettes” by The Rays for Joyce Casey, Harry Furner, Bob Durdee, Dave Luckens, and Jeanie Hayes.
- “Please Love Me Forever” by Tommy Edwards for Rosemary Wright, Charles Greg Nash, Harry Furner, Christine Lictawa-Ramsey, and Jeanie Hayes
- “Where or When” by Dion and the Belmonts for Ned Hood, Dave Luckens, Harry Furner, Mervin Chamniss and Barbara Daniel
- “Bread and Butter” by The Newbeats for Susie Davis
- “Itchy Twitchy Feeling” by Bobby Hendricks for Tommy Hammond
- “A Kiss From Your Lips” by The Flamingos for Joe Giambone Sr.
- “Hang Up My Rock and Roll Shoes” by Chuck Willis for Dell Owens
- “At Last” by Etta James for Ellie Brennan, Jeanie Hayes and Bob Durdee
- “Lonely Teenager” by Dion for Charlie Bubenheim
- “Woe Is Me” by The Cadillacs for Clinton Brown
- “The Purple People Eater” by Sheb Wooley for Connie Saldivar
- “(Marie’s the Name) His Latest Flame” by Elvis Presley for William Bill Wallace
- “Tear Drop” by Santo & Johnny for Frank Palumbo
- “Forty Days” by Ronnie Hawkins for Tony Koziol
- “Share” by Frankie Lymon & The Teenagers for Gloria Courts Willis
- “She’s A Fool” by Leslie Gore for Sharon Grady
- “Fun Fun Fun” by The Beach Boys for Christine Szparkowski Sheehan
- “End Of The World” by Skeeter Davis for Judy Pittman Jones
- “True Love Ways” by Buddy Holly for Linda Krebs Morrell and John Gleason
- “Sugar Shack” by Jimmy Gilmer and the Fireballs for Bonnie Holcomb
- “That Comes With Love/Don’t Be Heartless” by The Chevrons for Chevrons member Raul Al Conde
- “You Cheated” by The Shields for Joel Hammer
- “Oh Julie” by The Crescendos for Jerry Sullivan
- “Once Upon A Time” by Rochell and the Candles for Bill Reznor
- “You” by The Aquatones for Harry Furner
- “When I Fall In Love” by The Lettermen for Shirley Larson
- “Stupidity” by The Van Dykes for Del Puschert
- “Donna” by Ritchie Valens for Darlene Fisher
- “A Little Bit of Soap” by The Jarmels for Barry Pope
- “Harbor Lights” by The Platters for Linda Sue Abbott
- “It’s Only Make Believe” by Conway Twitty for Dick Moison and Mary Ann Sterms
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 Night, and the juke box is full of song requests from the 1950s and 1960s.
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