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Golden Oldies Juke Box Requests

We wish you all a wonderful new year! Please join us for an all-request Golden Oldies Juke Box Saturday Night in our Daily Doo Wop Rec Room. It’s a fine tradition that we plan to continue throughout 2016. There’s lots of good music, mostly from the 50s and 60s, of doo wop, rock and roll, country, pop, R&B, and a little what have you.Many thanks to all those  who follow The Daily Doo Wop on Facebook who requested songs! There are 73 of your requests. Please click here to get to our Daily Doo Wop Rec Room, and then click on the juke box to access the songs.

Here are the songs for Golden Oldies Juke Box Saturday Night #57.

  1. “Sukiyaki” by Kyo Sakamoto for Julie Kramer.
  2. “You Really Got a Hold on Me” by The Miracles for Judy Wear.
  3. “California Blue” by Roy Orbison for Susan Poff Wright.
  4. “Do You Wanna Dance” by Bobby Freeman for Frank Canetti, who dedicates it to all his girls.
  5. “Wait Til’ Saturday Night” by Harold Dorman for Tim Swank.
  6. “Earth Angel” by The Penguins for Roni Dixon, who writes that her husband is her Earth Angel.
  7. “Lu Lu” by The Sh-Booms for Shirley Butler Schuman.
  8. “One Summer Night” by The Danleers for Susan Kim Force.
  9. “At Last” by Etta James for Sharlie Romero, who dedicates it to her husband Chuck Presley.
  10. “Wondering” by Little Richard for Yolanda Castro.
  11. “You’ll Never Walk Alone” by Roy Hamilton for Denny Amntite.
  12. “Gloria” by The Cadillacs for Frances Williams.
  13. “Unchained Melody” by The Righteous Brothers for Jo Sizemore.
  14. “Once Upon a Time” by Rochell & The Candles for Bob Black.
  15. “The Wonder of You” by Elvis Presley for Edward Wallace, who dedicates it to Mare, the love of his life.
  16. “Hello Stranger” by Barbara Lewis for Laurie Allan.
  17. “Sugar Moon” by Pat Boone for Glenda Penney.
  18. “Town Without Pity” by Gene Pitney for Darlean Katzin Reifsnyder.
  19. “True Love Ways” by Buddy Holly for Ray Tucker, who dedicates it to the memory of his wife, who loved this song. May she rest in peace.
  20. “Ya Ya” by Lee Dorsey for Lupita Olivarez, who writes that she dedicates to her “birthday bro as new year baby.”
  21. “There Must Be A Reason” by Frankie Laine for Georgia Dishman.
  22. “Love Hurts” by The Everly Brothers for Thomas E Lee.
  23. “White Cliffs of Dover” by The Checkers for William Lawton Wells.
  24. “Since I Met You Baby” by Ivory Joe Hunter for Judith Morrison Hillis, who writes it “was ‘our’ song’ back in the day.”
  25. “Down the Aisle of Love” by The Quin-Tones for Suzie LaForge Andrews.
  26. “A Lover’s Concerto” by The Toys for Dennis Bonnie Marcozzi.
  27. “I Love How You Love Me” by The Paris Sisters for Loretta Carter and Dave Groves.
  28. “Sugar Shack” by Jimmy Gilmer and The Fireballs for Allen Mahoney.
  29. “Till the End of Time” by Earl Grant for Toni Pontecorvo.
  30. “Thank God and Greyhound” by Roy Clark for Darlene Gillespie.
  31. “I’ll Never Find Another You” by The Seekers for Nona Chase.
  32. “Transistor Sister” by Freddy “Boom Boom” Cannon for Pat Pearsall.
  33. “Rama Lama Ding Dong” by The Edsels for Don Schaar.
  34. “Sweet Was the Wine” by The Chants for Diane Miles.
  35. “Does your Chewing Gum Lose Its Flavour (On the Bedpost Overnight): by Lonnie Donegan for Lois Wooldridge.
  36. “I Guess I’ll Always Love You” by The Isley Brothers for Charley Wagner.
  37. “Ain’t Gonna Eat My Heart Out Anymore” by The Young Rascals for George Denelsbeck.
  38. “This I Swear Is True” by The Skyliners for Frances Williams.
  39. “San Francisco Nights” by The Animals for Paul Flanyak.
  40. “The Things I Love” by The Fidelity’s for John Blewitt.
  41. “I Wanna Love My Life Away” by Gene Pitney for Susie Davis.
  42. “Paper Castles” by Frankie Lymon & The Teenagers for Jeannette Bennett.
  43. “Let It Be” by The Beatles for Carol Davis Johnson.
  44. “In the Still of the Night” by The Five Satins for Mary Mcclure.
  45. “Who Do You Love” by Bo Diddley for Charlie Richardson.
  46. “Guilty” by Barbra Streisand & Andy Gibb for Gary Weinberger.
  47. “Hey Baby” by Bruce Channel for Ken Wasson.
  48. “Loving You” by Elvis Presley for Jerry Miller.
  49. “Baby Talk” by Jan & Dean for Robert L. Mcmanus Jr.
  50. “All Alone Am I” by Brenda Lee for Rene Bisson.
  51. “All My Loving” by The Beatles for Sonny Cook.
  52. “Oh What a Night for Love” by Roy Tyson for Joseph B. Poisson.
  53. “Tell Me How” by Buddy Holly & The Crickets for Frank Palumbo.
  54. “The wonder of You” by Ray Peterson for Dennis Dow.
  55. “The Star Spangled Banner” by Jimi Hendrix for Jerry Horrigan.
  56. “Heart and Soul” by The Cleftones for Larry Clark.
  57. “Because You’re Mine” by Mario Lanza for Gerri Fitzi.
  58. “You Send Me” by Sam Cooke for Linda Mullens.
  59. “Cherish” by The Association for Barney Mazursky.
  60. “(Let Me Be Your) Teddy Bear by Elvis Presley for Cindy Merritt Yeats.
  61. “This is the Night for Love” by The Valiants for Bob Nelson.
  62. “Don’t Say Goodbye” by The Shells for Karene Polemeni, who writes: “Happy New Year to every! Hope it’s a great 2016 for all! Stay Safe.”
  63. “You Send Me” by Aretha Franklin for Judith Yvonne.
  64. “Guess Who” by Jesse Belvin for Mary Duda.
  65. “Jailhouse Rock” by Elvis Presley for Dawn Vevle.
  66. “Sometimes When We Touch” by Dan Hill for Barbara Wilson.
  67. “Underwater” by The Frogmen for Ken Dusty Havens.
  68. “Under the Boardwalk” by The Drifters for Doris Shipman.
  69. “Crying n the Chapel” by Elvis Presley for Donna Klieves.
  70. “Pretty Little Lights of Town” by The LeRoi Brothers for Steve Gerkovich.
  71. “Traces” by Classics IV for Eileen Stanton.
  72. “Calendar Girl” by Neil Sedaka for Teri Boldt.
  73. “Top of the World” by The Carpenters for Brian Hartman.

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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