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A Word of Caution before you start. Grab your favorite beverage, and pull up a chair...As you watch and listen to the great videos and read about the artists, you may find it hard to leave this site.
Did the song lyrics predict the girls future?
Eddie, my love...I'm sinking fast
The very next day...might be my last
Please, Eddie, don't make me wait too long.
Read their story and their final tragic ending. Learn more..
Wanna return to that feel good music era? Come with me and relive yet another great time in history when "One Fine Day" lit up the summer of '63. Read more...
Congratulations on an outstanding site. I am from the old school. I was 13 when Rock & Roll erupted in 1955. I would literally run home from school to watch Bandstand every day. I lived outside Philly and grew up with all the Philadelphia music scene and its performers. Keep up the good work and I thank you for your time and effort in keeping the old vinyl music alive for us and future generations.
Bill Moore (retired)
Do You Know Something About Anything? A Hobby? A Passion?
What Do You Know and Love?Do what I did, follow your passion.
Many consider "In The Still of The Night" to be the anthem of Doo Wop oldies and it would be hard to argue that point giving the year the song was originally released, 1956. Read more.
Will anyone ever record songs like this again? A Beautiful song with perfect harmony and words you can actually understand, make sense and have a meaning. Read more.
Tucked between the 50s Doo Wop groups and the mid-60s British invasion was the phenomenon known as the Girl Groups. Read More.
Connie Francis is NOT in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. How ridiculous is that? Read more...
"Poor Little Fool" song writer claimed Ricky ruined her song. Read the story here.
The real "Little Deuce Coupe" story with great video. Read more.
Vinyl Record Memories- The 50s, 60s, & 70s. Read my stories, listen to all the great oldies. Read more...
Cruise on over to the Doo Wop page and listen to those wonderful street corner sounds from the 50s & 60s. Read more.
Rockabilly Girl Imelda May singing classic Johnny Burnette song. Read more...
Listen to the original 45rpm recording of "The Locomotion" and watch the best dance version ever! Read more.
Learn how he got his name, the friends he grew up with and the only #1 song he would place on the pop charts in 1958. Read more...
A man with this much talent should certainly be entitled to more than this one simple page that I have provided and not just because I enjoyed one particular song of his more than his others. Read more...
From the Rockabilly flavored "Maybellene" to the all-time favorite, "Johnny B. Goode," Berry produced some of the most imitated guitar licks of all time. Read more...
The song "True Love Ways" was recorded in the presence of Buddy's wife, and should be appreciated for the impact of this great song, and the love that inspired it. Read the story here.
It was 1958 and Short Shorts by The Royal Teens was #3 on the charts. Read their remarkable story here.
Words alone make this one a honky-tonk classic. Looking at the world through the bottom of a glass...All I see is a man who's fadin' fast...Sit down beside me and say it's alright...Take me home and make sweet love to me tonight. Read more...
It was simple and good back then never thinkin' it would end. Cruzin' the drive-in restaurants where guys with ducktails met gals with pony-tails. It was Burgers and Fries and Cherry Pies in a world we used to know. Read my Burgers & Fries story here.
This Darling Lorraine page returns to 1959 and the remarkable story about a determined song writer. Includes memorable video clip with original lead singer. Read more here.
Pink Shoe Laces was a cute #3 hit song for 13 year old Dodie Stevens in 1959. Forty years later she performs with her daughter in a 1999 special called "Rock-n-Roll Graffiti" and...WOW! Read more.
It's been more than fifty years since I heard this wonderful old tune.
A song I heard only a few times back in 1964, but from the first note of this memory filled song, I was swimming in a sea of nostalgia. Read more...
A truly beautiful song with words that reflect the long lasting meaning of love.
"But just tell me you love me and you are only mine...
And our love will go on 'til the end of time." Read more...
From film scores to pop charts, Mancini's success and influence may never be matched. 19 tracks including "Moon River." Read the Moon River story here.
Milsap had a warm, friendly croon and an easy delivery to his music. The song, "I Hate You" shows the way and delivers a solid country foundation. Read more...