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That Kind of Fool lyrics from the album "Odd Man In" has Lewis sounding as if he's singing through a hangover that suits his bleary-eyed charm mood. And it's really odd that a album this good didn't gain much traction upon its release.
With a career spanning six decades the Neil Sedaka Vinyl Record Memories began with his Connie Francis inspired first hit, "The Diary." Neil Sedaka never ceases to amaze and as member of the Songwriters Hall of Fame here are four of his best known tracks.
Vinyl Record Memories relives the times, the music, the golden age of vinyl records. Please join me as we remember those artists and groups of the 50's, 60's & 70's, who set the bar high for a genre that was characterized by quality and class.
The Locomotion Oldies Music Lyrics was written by American songwriters Gerry Goffin and Carole King and made popular by Little Eva in 1962. The song is notable for appearing in the Top 5 three times, each in a different decade, the last by Australian Kylie Minogue in 1988.
The Big Bad John vinyl memories returns to the early sixties and with the help of Floyd Cramer of "Last Date" fame, carries a distinctive sound that helped make this Country music classic a huge hit in 1961.
Frankie Avalon vinyl record memories and his 1959 #1 song details a man's plea to Venus, the Roman goddess of love and beauty, to send him a girl to love and one who would also love him in return.
Among all the versions of “Statue of a Fool,” Jack Greene’s 1969 recording was the most successful, but was it the original? Some say David "My Girl" Ruffin wrote the song in 1958. My personal favorite and I believe the best cover, is by Ricky Van Shelton.
Jerry Lee Lewis Old Country Music Lyrics will give you "The Killer's" version on what I believe to be the very best recorded version of the classic Country Music song "Workin' Man Blues," originally released from the LP "She Even Woke Me Up to Say Goodbye."
The Elvis Presley story is based on my vinyl record memories from the time Elvis first became popular, and the content from a vinyl LP record album titled, "The Complete Sun Sessions."
The Earth Angel oldies music lyrics was the first of the ultra-romantic ballads that struck the nerve of teens all across America. Here's the story of this 60 year old classic from 1954.
The Don and Juan Oldies Song Lyrics will bring back those street corner harmones from the early 60s with this Doo-Wop original, "What's Your Name." The #7 song from 1962, their only top ten hit, has since become a Doo-Wop classic.
American Graffiti is filled with song memories and a classic coming-of-age story set against the 1960s backdrop of hot rods, drive-ins and rock n’ roll. Considered one of the best teen movies ever, it will bring back great memories of cars, pretty girls and street racing.
Grease Classic Old Movies rediscovers great music and teen life in the 50s. With a rockin', rollin' all-star cast and an irresistible sound track, this original high school musical will make you wanna get up and dance. It's a happy and fun musical for lovers of Grease.
Roll On Mississippi and the Charley Pride old country music lyrics blends well as Pride makes you feel as though you are actually there, on the banks of that grand old river, sitting in the shade and reliving old memories.
The Angel Baby song was written by 14 year old Rosie Hamlin. Recorded in December 1960 by Rosie And The Originals the Billboard Hot 100 #5 Doo-Wop classic remained on the charts for twelve weeks.