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A listing of all major pages on this site.


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Vinyl Record Memories Sitemap.

Jukebox Memories.

Vinyl Records and Album Cover Art.

Favorite Doo-Wop Groups & Songs.

Girl Groups.

Lost In The Fifties Favorite Oldies.

Best Oldies Cover Songs.

Guitars and Cars.

Rockabilly Classics!

Great Cowboy Classics.

Cowboy Campfire Songs.

Train Songs & Stories.

Favorite Artists and Albums.

Elvis Presley

Ricky Nelson

Buddy Holly

James Burton - The Wonder of You!

The Beach Boys.

Classic Country Oldies.

Merle Haggard

Jerry Lee Lewis

Ronnie Milsap

Mel Tillis

Charley Pride

David Allan Coe

The Highwaymen - The Country Super Group.

Johnny Cash

Waylon Jennings

My Favorite Ladies on Vinyl.

Connie Francis

Patsy Cline

Dolly Parton

Vikki Carr

Rosanne Cash

Hispanic-Latino Music Influence.

Ritchie Valens

Johnny Rodriguez

Luis Miguel

Classic Old Movies - The ones you can watch over and over.

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An Old Song
A New Friend


"I don't usually contact doo wop article authors as I rarely find much value in the articles, but your article struck me as sincere, genuine and respectful."

Tom Sokira,
Producer, Audio Engineer
"In The Still Of The Night" (1956)

Read the story here.



Flooded With Memories...


Danny, I could not believe the content of your website. It is just amazing to recall so much we lived through just by checking out so many old posters & album covers.

Your site floods me with memories & reinforces my belief that it truly was a great time to be a teenager. Good work, Danny, please stick with it.

Sincerely Dale
dalekleeart.com



A kind reply
From a grateful family.


Danny, I think you did a great job and my family enjoyed it as well. I have had some more time to go through your site and find it to be fantastic, and your personal story is great as well. 

You truly are a blessing to all of Us. Thanks for sharing your memories with us. I look forward to seeing and hearing more from you.

Paul Giacalone

The song "You Were Mine" was written by Paul Giacalone. Read the story here.



"Duke of Earl" Homecoming


I just read your article on Duke of Earl/Vee Jay Records. My father was Randy Wood, President of Vee Jay at the time.

I'm doing some research on the company and am learning how influential Vee Jay was in shaping the future of music.  Nice to see your web page.

Michele Marotta
February 15, 2015

Read the Duke of Earl story.



A True Story...
"Darling Lorraine"


Danny, Great job !!!! I can't express enough how much my mother would have been so happy with your work on her song. As for myself and the rest of my family, we really appreciate your time & effort to let everyone who is interested in her song know the true story behind it.  Read more...

Thanx so much, Bob



Memories, Memories


"Thank you so much for all the work you have done on these pages.  I found my way here, and spent the next two hours in absolute bliss. Memories, memories...thank you for rekindling them."

Bob Douglass,
VA



One Classic After Another...


Thanks for an excellent musical experience. I found your website by accident and just kept enjoying one classic after another. Great job! Like yourself, I'm still enjoying my vinyl collection. We share many of the same favorite artists.

Regards, Jim Miles
MD



Love Your Comments!


"Just stumbled onto this site and decided to stay and visit for a while. You have it laid out so wonderfully. Easy to get around and love your comments. Thanks for my trip down memory lane. Really, really enjoyed it."

Priscilla Hernandez,
Arkansas



A Special Place To Visit.


Danny, great going with your site. I will be visiting often.  I have all of my dad's LPs and several of my own, so your site is of special interest to me.

Roy Webber,
Utah



Keeping The Old Vinyl Music Alive.


Congratulations on an outstanding site. I am from 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,
Lugoff, SC
Deceased 2020

Bill was our first newsletter subscriber.
Rest easy my friend.



How I Took A Hobby
And Created A Website About My Passion.

Working from home....Read my story.

Do You Know Something About Anything? A Hobby? A Passion? What Do You Know and Love?

Read My SBI Story.



 Andrew Gold
That's Why I Love You



"It's the smile on your face, It's your style and your grace...And that's why, that's why I love you."

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...



Ronnie Milsap 1973
"I Hate You"


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...




One Fine Day
The Chiffons



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...



Skip & Flip
"It Was I"



Dust the cobwebs from your memory. You're gonna love this seldom played rare old classic. 
Read the story here.



The Marcels
Blue Moon



Step back in time and relive those Blue Moon vinyl record memories with this unique cover of a Doo-Wop classic from 1961. You're gonna love this performance.



Amarillo by Morning.



Amarillo By Morning is a Rodeo ballad first recorded in 1973, but the George Strait version which came out ten years later is the one everyone knows and turned Strait into an overnight star. The whining fiddle arrangement will stay with you long after the song ends. Read more...



Baby's Gone


Baby's Gone Story - True Vinyl Record Memories.

Didn't say goodbye, didn't tell me why, just left me here to cry, with nothing but a memory.

Read the true story behind this treasured memory.



An American Treasure


A Brian Wilson Classic - Good Vibrations.

Brian Wilson is an American Treasure and Good Vibrations is without a doubt one of Brian Wilson's greatest songwriting accomplishments. Read more...



A Buddy Holly Love Song


This beautiful love song 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.



Then You Can Tell Me Goodbye...



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.