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 Golden Oldies
Topic Originator: Bertiesback  
Date:   Wed 23 Aug 16:02

Just been going through my old music collection.


Some great tracks from the 50's-60's
If you are too young to have heard any of them youtube them for a treat



01 - Hey Baby.mp3
02 - Sorry (I Ran All The Way Home).mp3
03 - Sheila.mp3
04 - Rubber Ball.mp3
05 - Little Darlin'.mp3
06 - Sea Of Heartbreak.mp3
07 - Listen To The Rythm Of The Falling Rain.mp3
08 - Dreamin'.mp3
09 - Hats Of To Larry - Del Shannon - 03.mp3
10 - You're Sixteen.mp3
11 - Chantilly Lace.mp3
12 - Please Stay.mp3
13 - Just Like Eddie.mp3
14 - What To Do.MP3
15 - Earth Angel.mp3
16 - Good Timin'.mp3
17 - Poetry In Motion - Johnny Tillotson - 02.mp3
18 - I Wonder Why.mp3
19 - Duke Of Earl.mp3
20 - Ben E King - Stand By Me.mp3
21 - It Might As Well Rain Until September.mp3
22 - Let's Dance.mp3
23 - Donna - Ritchie Valens.mp3
24 - Louie Louie.mp3
25 - Hello Mary Lou.mp3
26 - Way Down Yonder In New Orleans.mp3
27 - True Love Ways.mp3
28 - Cathy's Clown.mp3
29 - Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow.mp3
30 - Pretty Little Angel Eyes - Curtis Lee.mp3
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 Re: Golden Oldies
Topic Originator: average white par  
Date:   Wed 23 Aug 16:07

I am, to my utter astonishment, too young to remember many of these... however, many of them were recycled in the 70's and 80's by great bands such as Darts and Showaddywaddy...

I love old time rock'n'roll, brilliant, inspiring music imo

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 Re: Golden Oldies
Topic Originator: Bertiesback  
Date:   Wed 23 Aug 16:43

I love them too awp, my only complaint is how short some of them are as songs.
Tracks were a bit time regulated then but nevertheless some were way shorter than others it seemed.

Here are some more to jog your memory - or maybe not. :)

01 - Guy Mitchell - Singing The Blues.mp3
03 - Dion & The Belmonts - A Teenager In Love - Street Corner Serenade - Greatest Doo-Wop Hitsf the 50's and 60's.mp3
05 - Buddy Holly - Sheila (USA).mp3
07 - Bobby Vee - More Than I Can Say.mp3
08 - Bobby Darin - Beyond The Sea(1).mp3
10 - Perry Como - Magic Moments.mp3
11 - Tommy Roe - Dizzy.mp3
11 Sh Boom (Life Could Be A Dream).mp3
13 - Freddy Cannon - Palisades Park(1).mp3
14 - Bobby Rydell - Volare.mp3
14 - Gary U.S. Bonds _ Quarter To Three.mp3
17 - When My Little Girl Is Smiling - Ben E King And The Drifters.mp3
18 - Anthony Newley - Do you mind.mp3
20 - Johnny Kidd & The Pirates - Shakin' All Over.mp3
22 - Dion - The Wanderer.mp3
23 - Everly Brothers - Memories Are Made Of This.mp3
24 - Buddy Holly - Listen To Me 1950s.mp3
Bobby Vinton - I Love How You Love Me.mp3
Curtis Lee - Pretty Little Angel Eyes .mp3
Don Gibson - Sea of Heartbreak.mp3
Eddie Hodges - I'm Gonna Knock on Your Door (1961).mp3
James Darren - Good Bye Cruel World.mp3
Johnny Kidd & The Pirates - I'll Never Get Over You.mp3
Marv Johnson-You Got What It Takes.mp3
Michael Cox - Angela Jones.mp3
Only Sixteen - Craig Douglas - .mp3
Paul Anka - Diana.mp3
Tell him - Exciters.mp3
Terry Dene - A White Sports Coat.mp3
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 Re: Golden Oldies
Topic Originator: average white par  
Date:   Wed 23 Aug 16:55

"Magic Moments" by oor Perry was a staple in my Gran's hoose back when I were a lad... Christ, I can almost smell the tins of Export and the reek of Wee Regal just thinking about it...

I might just go YouTubing tonight and catch up with a few of these... cheers Bertie :-)

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 Re: Golden Oldies
Topic Originator: Bertiesback  
Date:   Wed 23 Aug 17:24

Sea of Heartbreak and It might as well Rain until September were brill.
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 Re: Golden Oldies
Topic Originator: average white par  
Date:   Wed 23 Aug 17:48

Do you like old California Surf music like Dick Dale, Bertie?

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 Re: Golden Oldies
Topic Originator: MikeyLeonard  
Date:   Wed 23 Aug 18:50

Some great tunes there Bertie.

I grew up listening to most of them as my mum and dad played them all the time and also on the Jimmy Savile (cough) radio show on a Sunday afternoon.
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 Re: Golden Oldies
Topic Originator: LochgellyAlbert  
Date:   Wed 23 Aug 19:04

Actually have Diana by Paul Anka on an old 78 along with Hoots Moon by Bill Haley.
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 Re: Golden Oldies
Topic Originator: DJTRUPAR  
Date:   Wed 23 Aug 19:19

I know most of them and I'm only 36. Some quality tunes from that era. Not to mention the countless amount not listed above.
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 Re: Golden Oldies
Topic Originator: Bertiesback  
Date:   Wed 23 Aug 20:42

Awp I do have some Dick Dale and some other more obscure surfing bands. Did he and the Deltones not have a track on Pulp Fiction?
You've just energised me into getting them onto iTunes now.

As a curio I swapped a guy for his impressive collection of EVERY piece of music Buddy Holly ever recorded. It starts off with stuff he and his friends made in his garage. Tapes of him at his local bar/community hall. Lots of him talking. I don't know where he got them from as I have never seen anything resembling it since.
I reckon it's a bit of history now.

Believe it or not I didn't buy many of the stuff above because I was too young to have a record player. I first heard most of them on Radio Luxembourg.

The only tracks I bought were later ones like Bobby Vee, Buddy Holly, Del Shannon, Freddy Canon (my first purchase was Way Down Yonder in New Orleans 1959 ) and Eddie Cochrane. The rest I just picked up along the way.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L8Gc7Yhu1uI
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 Re: Golden Oldies
Topic Originator: veteraneastender  
Date:   Tue 29 Aug 18:53

A mate of mine who is a Country DJ is hosting a Conway Twitty special on Thursday.

"It's Only Make Believe" is one of the all time great pop songs of the late 1950s, 22 carat solid gold !!!

Presenting a very special 4+ hour tribute to Conway Twitty as we kick off his 84th birthday celebration with an exclusive radio premier of a new, never before released album. Joni Twitty will be here to present “Timeless” in its entirety for the first time with a track by track discussion. Michael Twitty will also be on the show to share some memories of Conway. Plus you’ll hear a huge selection of Conway’s best loved songs ! It all happens this Thursday August 31st from 5-9:15 pm CT with show repeating 9:15pm-9:15 am CT next morning. “My Kind Of Country”, hosted by Scott Wikle is available free worldwide on internet radio station My Kind Of Country

https://www.mkocradio.com/

I get it via my Sonos system, also online.

Might be too Country for some tastes - but the background to CT's biggest hits should be worthwhile.

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