Please join us for an all-request Golden Oldies Juke Box Saturday Night in our Rec Room. Please click here to get to The Daily Dop Wop Rec Room, and then click on the juke box to access the songs. Juke Box Saturday night is a tradition that started for people to listen to music and reminisce, and there’s lots of good music here. It’s always a fun mix of artists and genres, including doo wop, rock and roll, rockabilly, R&B, country, pop, and more. Many thanks to all those who requested songs! Here are 45 of your requests. Many apologies if we did not get to your request. We’ll try again next Saturday.
Here are this weekend’s selections for Golden Oldies Juke Box Saturday Night 79:
- “Don’t Let the Stars Get In Your Eyes” by Perry Como for Arturo Juárez.
- “Fools Fall in Love” by The Drifters for Georgia Dishman.
- “Stagger Lee” by Lloyd Price for Kathy Peterson.
- “Love is a Many Splendored Thing” by The Four Aces for Robert Gibson.
- “Bring it On Home” by Sam Cooke, featuring Lou Rawls for Felicia Miller.
- “My Special Angel” by Bobby Helms for Joan Posey Weimer.
- “Ode to Billie Joe” by Bobie Gentry for Donna Lancaster.
- “I Get Dreamy” by The Castells for Tim Swank.
- “Black Smoke and Blue Tears” by Clyde Arnold for Richard FastBuck Greene.
- “Woo Hoo” by The Rock-a-teens” for Sandy Pearce.
- “Cry Baby” by Garnet Mimms & The Enchanters for Rit Allen.
- “Livin’ Doll” by Cliff Richard and The Drifters for Charlie Bubenheim.
- “Thunder Road” by Robert Mitchum for Fred Lauck.
- “Untie Me” by The Tams for William Lawton Wells.
- “My Back Pages” by The Byrds for Sharon Wilkie.
- “True Love Ways” by Peter and Gordon for Kevin J. Williams.
- “Running Bear” by Johnny Preston for Fran A McNeill, who dedicates it to everyone who went to Teen Time in Gainesville, Florida.
- “Jealous of the Angels” by Jenn Bostic for Alfreda Barclay, who dedicates it to her husband Billy, whom she misses so much.
- “Every Day With You Girl” by The Classics IV for Charles Belfino.
- “My Boy Lollipop” by MIllie Small for Lorraine Angnaboogok Weber.
- “Dance With Me” by The Drifters for Robbie Welsh.
- “Forever” by Martha and The Vandellas for Maryanne Bevelaqua Grasso.
- “Can’t Hurry Love” by The Supremes for Sandra Hohman.
- “It’s All in the Game” by Tommy Edwards for Tillie Lightfoot.
- “Seven Wonders of the World” by The Keytones for Bob Nelson.
- “I Want to Love Him So Bad” by The Jelly Beans for Barbara De Haas Bocchini.
- “Those Lazy Hazy Crazy Days of Summer” by Nat “King” Cole for Sharon Grady.
- “To Sir With Love” by Lulu for Darlene White.
- “Wooly Bully” by Sam the Sham and the Pharaohs for Brian Hartman and Lorraine Angnaboogok Weber.
- “Oh Starlight” by The Quinns for Shirley Butler Schuman.
- “Little Darlin'” by The Gladiolas for Dorothy Collins.
- “Rainy Night in Georgia” by Brook Benton for Anita Rodriguez.
- “Broken-Hearted Melody” by Sarah Vaughan for Bob Black.
- “These Eyes” by The Guess Who for Marie Preston.
- “Silver Wings” by Merle Haggard for Diana Netland.
- “Oh Julie” by The Crescendos for Gary Weinberger.
- “Soldier Boy” by Elvis Presley for Thomas E Lee.
- “Marcie” by The Four Seasons for Randy Sutton.
- “Stay” by Maurice Evans and the Zodiacs for Dennis Machroli.
- “The Star Spangled Banner” by Johnny Maestro & The Brooklyn Bridge for John Blewitt.
- “Does Your Chewing Gum Lost Its Flavour (On the Bedpost Over Night) by Lonnie Donegan for Sandi Chamblin.
- “Make Love to Me” by Jo Stafford for Nellie Brown.
- “Poor Side of Town” by Johnny Rivers for Sandra Harvilicz.
- “My True Love” for Sheila Ivey Hamilton.
- “Watermelon Man” by Mongo Santamaría for Jane Minogue.
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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