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Tuesday, August 5, 2014
Rock-it Radio Newsletter for shows #4976 to #4989
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Well gang it's time for another Rock-it Radio newsletter. This is a bit late as my wife Jan has been in the hospital and that has taken up of course a lot of our time. We have 14! shows and playlists to list in this newsletter. July is over and the voting ballot box is closed and the 16th annual East Coast vs. West Coast oldies battle has concluded and we should have the tally and winner announcements in the next newsletter. We do have a new month though and that means a new drawing for those that supported the Launching Pad last month. So, make sure to check and see if you are a winner. Plus, the usual drawing of Listener club members as well.
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LANE QUIGLEY AND THE MEMORY LANE SHOW ON ROCK-IT RADIO SHOW #4976 - TRIBUTE TO GERRY GOFFIN
Every week, The Memory Lane Show relives the Spirit of The Golden Age of Top 40 Radio. If you bought 45's from that era and looked at the small print on the label, you'd often see the name Gerry Goffin as a composer or occasional producer. Mostly with his first wife Carole King, but occasionally with other collaborators, Goffin was responsible for a slew of great hits and even more forgotten and underappreciated gems. Gerry Goffin passed away in June at age 75, and on this week's program host Lane Quigley takes a look at the life and music of this great lyricist. The playlist is a mix of big hits, lesser hits and rarities. The show includes his own demo recording of one of his best-loved tunes, comments from a number of artists, and a mind-blowing montage featuring 20 of Goffin's best known tunes, which illustrates how many different musical styles with which he had hits.
1. This Little Girl - Dion 1963 2. I've Got To Use My Imagination - Gladys Knight & The Pips 1973-74 SOUND BITE 3. Will You Love Me Tomorrow - The Shirelles 1960 4. I Couldn't Say No - Connie Stevens 1962 5. Don't Ever Change - The Crickets 1962 SOUND BITE 6. He's In Town - The Tokens 1964 7. I Can't Stay Mad at You - Skeeter Davis 1963 SOUND BITE 8. Up On The Roof (Demo) - Gerry Goffin 1962 9. We Love and Learn - Earl Jean 1964 10. Montage of 20 Gerry Goffin Goodies 11. Yours Until Tomorrow - Irma Thomas SOUND BITES 12. Halfway To Paradise - Tony Orlando 1961 13. Dreaming About You - Annette 1961 SOUND BITE 14. Take Good Care Of My Baby - Bobby Vee 1961 15. Some Of Your Lovin' - Dusty Springfield 1965 SOUND BITE 16. I Was There - Lenny Welch 1965 17. Hung On You - The Righteous Brothers 1965 SOUND BITE 18. He Knows I Love Him Too Much - The Paris Sisters 1962 19. Where Does Love Go - Freddie Scott 1964
Thank you to Lane Quigley for another great show and if you would like to send comments, hellos you can reach him at: email@example.com
============================================== MATT THE CAT AND THE JUKE IN THE BACK WITH A TRIBUTE TO ROSCOE GORDON ON SHOW #4977
This week the Juke in the Back remembers the Prince of Primitive Cool - Roscoe Gordon. His mostly self-penned tunes, feature his unique blend of mid-tempo shuffle with a slightly behind-the-beat rolling barrelhouse piano line. He was a master at making his recordings sound rough, but there was also a lot of blues sophistication buried under the simplicity. In his early recording days at RPM Records, his name was spelled Roscoe. He would later revert back to its original spelling of Rosco. His 2nd RPM release hit the national R&B top ten in 1951, but it was 1952's 'Booted' and No More Doggin' that put Gordon at the forefront of Rhythm & Blues popularity. His biggest hit came in 1959 with 'Just A Little Bit' on Vee-Jay. It hit #2 on the R&B lists and crossed over to #64 on the Pop Chart. More people bought this record than of his others. Rosco Gordon is often overlooked, but this week Matt The Cat sets the record straight. He was an innovator, influencing the Jamaican Ska movement of the early '60s, a hit maker and a unique and talented bluesman. Gordon's records spin on this week's Juke in the Back.
1. Swanee River Boogie - Albert Ammons â€" Mercury 1947 2. Roscoe's Boogie - Roscoe Gordon & His Orch â€" RPM 1951 3. Saddled The Cow (And Milked The Horse) - Roscoe Gordon & His Orch â€" RPM 1951 4. Booted - Roscoe Gordon & His Orch â€" RPM 1952 5. Cold Cold Winter - Roscoe Gordon & His Orch â€" RPM 1952 6. No More Doggin' - Roscoe Gordon & His Orch â€" RPM 1952 7. Maria - Roscoe Gordon & His Orch â€" RPM 1952 8. Lucille (Looking For My Baby) - Roscoe Gordon & His Orch â€" RPM 1953 9. Hey Fat Girl - Rosco Gordon Duke 1953 10. T Model Boogie - Rosco Gordon â€" Duke 1953 11. You Figure It Out - Rosco Gordon â€" Duke 1954 12. Just Love Me Baby - Rosco Gordon â€" Sun 1955 13. GREAT 78 - Ouch! Pretty Baby Roscoe Gordon & His Orch â€" RPM 1951 14. Cheese And Crackers - Rosco Gordon â€" Sun 1956 15. Tummer Tee - Rosco Gordon w/ Joe Scott Orch â€" Duke 1957 16. Going Home - Rosco Gordon â€" Vee-Jay 1959 17. Just A Little Bit - Rosco Gordon â€" Vee-Jay 1959 18. After Hours - Erskine Hawkins â€" Bluebird 1946
Thanks Matt for another great spotlight on a R&B great. If you have any requests, comments or would just like to say hello to Matt you can reach him by e mailing him at: firstname.lastname@example.org
============================================== DJ SPINNING ROCK BOOGIE AND THE MOVIN AND GROOVIN SHOW ON ROCK-IT RADIO SHOW #4978 - TRIBUTE TO THE FOUR SEASONS PART II.
LISTENER REQUEST SHOW PART 2 - "THE JERSEY BOYS".
Join DJ Spinning Rock Boogie for Part 2 of "The Jersey Boys", the show requested by Rock-it Radio listener, Debra Openhym-Bauer from San Diego. This show, along with part 1 features the outstanding career of Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons with early tracks from Frankie Valli and early tracks from The Four Seasons before they became the group of that name. There are chart toppers, none chart toppers from both America and The UK, plus A & B sides from
the 1950's to the
So, climb aboard the Rock-it and join me for a nostalgic trip back in
time with Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons...........Those "Jersey
01. Intro - Medley / Sherry 02. Candy Girl - The Four Seasons (63) VeeJay 03. Come Si Bella - Frankie Valle & The Romans (59) Cindy 04. Connie-O - The Four Seasons (62) VeeJay 05. Lucky Ladybug - The Four Seasons (63) VeeJay 06. It May Be Wrong - Frankie Vally (59) Decca 07. Please Don't Leave Me - The Four Lovers (56) RCA-Victor 08. On The Good Ship Lollipop - The Wonder Who? (66) Phillips 09. Let's Hang On - The Four Seasons (65) Phillips 10. Opus 17 (Don't You Worry 'Bout Me) - The Four Seasons (66) Phillips 11. Ronnie - The Four Seasons (64) Phillips 12. Born To Wander - The Four Seasons (64) Phillips 13. If You Care - Frankie Tyler (58) Okeh 14. Trance - Billy Dixon & The Topics (60) Topix 15. You're Ready Now - Frankie Valli (70) Phillips 16. Who Loves You - The Four Seasons (75) Curb / Warner 17. Bye Bye Baby (Baby Goodbye) - The Four Seasons (65) Phillips 18. Dawn (Go Away) -The Four Seasons (64) Phillips 19. No Surfin' Today - The Four Seasons (64) Phillips 20. December 1963 (Oh What A Night) - The Four Seasons (76) Warner / Curb 21. Working My Way Back To You - The Four Seasons (66) Phillips 22. Happy I Am - The Four Lovers (56) RCA-Victor 23. Alone - The Four Seasons (64) VeeJay 24. Save It For Me - The Four Seasons (64 Phillips 25. Grease - Frankie Valli (78) RSO 26. Outro - Medley
Good Going Spinning Rock! If you would like to write to DJ Spinning Rock Boogie out in the UK you can just e mail him at: email@example.com
============================================== PETE CHASTON'S DOO WOP SHOW ON ROCK-IT RADIO SHOW #4979
From his studios in Kearney, Missouri - Pete is back this week spinning the Doo Wop music of the 50s and 60s. If you love Doo Wop don't miss this show. From the Scratchy 45 Segment to the Silly Song Segment. It's sure to bring a smile to your face. Here is this week's playlist.
1. Doo-Wop All Night Long-The Blue Emotions (opening theme song) (1982) 2. Bila-The Versatones (1958) 3. Everybody Pony-Teddy & The Continentals (1961) 4. Whip it on Me,Baby-Billy Guy (1963) 5. Jim Dandy-LaVern Baker & The Gliders (1956) 6. Oo Wee Baby-The Ivy Tones (1957) 7. It Had to Rain-The Catalinas (xxxx) 8. Needle in a Haystack-The Velvelettes (1964) 9. Bristol Stomp-The Dovells (1961) 10. Share-Frankie Lymon & The Teenagers (1956)
SILLY SONG SEGMENT:
11. You Can Get Him, Frankenstein-The Castle Kings (1961) 12. La La La-The Deltones (1959)
SCRATCHY 45 RPMs SEGMENT:
13. Lookin' for My Baby-The Earls (1961) 14. True, True Love-The Corvairs (1962) 15. Dancing Danny-The Vibrations (1963) 16. How Sentimental Can I Be-The Mellows (1954)
BACK TO THE CDs &/or More 45 RPMs:
17. A Night With Daddy "G" - Part 1 (instrumental) - The Church Street Five (1961) 18. Quarter to Three-Gary "U.S." Bonds (1961) 19. Shortnin' Bread-Paul Chaplain & The Emeralds (circa 1959) 20. Shortnin' Bread-The Blisters (1963)
SLOW SONG SEGMENT:
21. Love is a Game-The Alvans (1961) 22. When I Met You-The Native Boys (1956) 23. Oh, Let Me Dream-The Native Boys (1956) 24. Ballad of a Boy and Girl-The Graduates (xxxx) 25. Through Eternity-The Chevieres (xxxx) 26. Sugar, Sugar-The Royal Teens (1969 or '70)
27. (closing theme song) Adios-The Five Discs (1961)
If you have a favorite Doo Wop you would like to hear or would just like to say Hello you can reach Pete via e mail at: firstname.lastname@example.org
============================================== JACK VAN OERS AND THE ROCKIN' WINDMILL SHOW ON ROCK-IT RADIO SHOW #4980
From the land of windmills, dykes, canals, cheese, tulips and wooden shoes here is another powerful Rockin' Windmill Show. Jack van Oers plays a selection of great songs including the Indorock song, the double spin and a classic instrumental. in this show we play music from Belgium, New Zealand, Sweden, the USA, the UK, Finland, Australia, the Netherlands and Switzerland - from Europe we have a total of 13 songs - so get ready and have fun ............
1. True fine Suzie - The Black Devils - 1962 2. So tough - The Original Casuals - 1958 3. Last shout (last orders) - The Scatterjacks - 1999 4. Pretty baby - Lewis Pruitt - 1958 5. Ajoen ajoen - Riem "Diamond" Guitar - 1962 6. Only in my dreams - Frank Fafara - 1960 7. Little boy blue - The Bel-Tones - 19xx 8. Ain't that a dilly - John Guster - 2006 9. Leroy - Gene Summers - 1976 10. Finders keepers - Blue Valley Boys - 2006 11. Kole kole - Gus Derse & the Kili-Jacks - 1961 12. (You're so square) Baby I don't care - Elvis Presley - 1957 13. Baby I don't care - Burt Blanca - 197x 14. Everybody's wrong - Tommy Tucker - 1960 15. Rain - Itchie Feet Trio - 2006 16. Angel - The Acorns - 1958 17. The Cumberland Gap - The Vipers Skiffle Group - 1957 18. Indeed I do - Johnny "Scatt" Brown - 1958 19. In your dreams - Hot Rockin' - 2001 20. Oh baby doll - Kirby St. Romain - 1964 21. Ghost memories - The Barnshakers - 2002 22. Don't you leave me - Two Daves with the Trisonics - 1959 23. Your lovin' man - Vernon Taylor - 1958 24. Great balls of fire - The Hot Dogs - 2014 25. I'm not schuckin' - Jimmy Patton - 1959 26. Ghost riders in the sky - The Jumping Jewels - 1961
Thanks again Jack for another Rockin' Rockabilly Oldies show from the Netherlands! If you have any questions or comments or would like to write and send Jack a hello you can reach him via e mail at: email@example.com
============================================== TREVOR HYLAND AND THE ROCK AND ROLL DANCE PARTY ON ROCK-IT RADIO SHOW #4981
From Bendigo, Victoria Australia there is a recording studio that plays the best of Rockabilly & 50s Rock and Roll and Rockabilly bands today. That studio belongs to the one and only Trevor Hyland! Featuring music from Cold Heart from Australia, Jack Face, Johnny Devlin, The Megatones and some rockers from the studios of RCA. Gene Vincent & The Blue Caps 17th recording session for Capitol , at Capitol Tower Hollywood, Los Angeles on March 28th 1958.
Outer Space 01. Count Down - Men Of Chantz 02. Satellite Baby - Skip Stanley
Gene Vincent & The Blue Caps 03. Look What You've Gone & Done To Me - Gene Vincent & The Blue Caps 04. Hey Good Lookin' - Gene Vincent & The Blue Caps 05. Summertime - Gene Vincent & The Blue Caps 06. I Can't Help It ( I'm Still In Love With You ) - Gene Vincent & The Blue Caps
High School USA 07. Tommy Facenda - High School USA ( Buffalo )
Cold Heart 08. I Can't Help It ( I'm Still In Love With You ) - Cold Heart 09. I Got $5 and It's Saturday Night - Cold Heart 10. I'm Out - Cold Heart 11. One Hand Loose - Cold Heart
Jack Face 12. You're So Dumb - Jack Face 13. Daddy Sings The Blues - Jack Face 14. Hours With The Owls - Jack Face 15. Hey Little Crawfish - Jack Face
Johnny Devlin 16. Cast Iron Arm - Johnny Devlin & The Devils 17. Leroy - Johnny Devlin & The Devils 18. Matador Baby - Johnny Devlin & The Devils 19. Move It - Johnny Devlin & The Devils
The Megatones 20. Teddy Boys Will Never Die - The Megatones 21. Be Bop Teddy Girl - The Megatones 22. Race To The Dead Man's Curve - The Megatones
RCA Rockers 23. Ducktail - Joe Clay 24. I've Got A Dollar - Jimmy Dell 25. Lovin' Honey - Gene Morris 26. New Shoes - Lee Denson 27. That Ain't Nothing But Right - Joey Castle
Thank you Trevor and if you would like to send Trevor a e mail with comments, requests, hellos or stories you can reach him at: Trevor@rockitradio.net
============================================== COOL BOBBY B AND THE DOO WOP STOP ON ROCK-IT RADIO SHOW #4982
From a undisclosed location due to him cranking the transmitter to a Million Watts! Cool Bobby B is back on the Rock-it this week with 3 hours of great Doo Wop music of the 50s and early 60s. And occasionally even doo wop today! Let's get started with the playlist.
1. Rockin with the clock -- Shirley and Lee 2. Heart Breaker -- Dean Christie 3. The Diary -- Kid Kyle 4. A love for only you -- The Stereos 5. Stranded in the jungle -- The Cadets 6. Can't we be sweethearts -- The Cleftones 7. Baby I love you so -- Joe Weaver & DonJuans 8. Never Never -- Jive Five 9. Fabulous cars diamong rings -- The Larks 10. My girl awaits me -- The Castelles 11. Thinking of you -- The Jaguars 12. The lion sleeps tonight -- The Tokens 13. Count every star -- The Ravens 14. I knew from the start -- The Moonglows 15. Would I love you -- The Miracles 16. No one knows -- Dion & Belmonts 17. Cruise to the moon -- The Chaperones 18. Tonight Tonight -- Mello Kings
19. Ride Along -- Tempo tones 20. Wedding Bells -- Tiny Tim & The Hits 21. Last Night I dreamed -- The Delmonicos 22. Please love me forever -- Cathy Jean & Roommates 23. Guess Who -- Jesse Belvin 24. This is my love -- The Passions 25. This heart of mine -- The Falcons 26. There is something on your mind -- Big Jay McNeely 27. Gloria -- The Cadillacs 28. Long Lonely Nights -- Lee Andrews & Hearts 29. You belong to me -- The Duprees 30. Starlight -- The Preludes 31. Place in my heart -- The Videls 32. Breaker of dreams -- Johnny Mann & Tornados 33. Please say you want me to -- The Schoolboys 34. Don't be a fool -- The Explorers 35. Till - The Angels 36. Cry baby cry -- The Angels 37. Thank you and goodnight -- The Angels
38. 11th hour melody -- The Rivieras 39. Moonlight Cocktails -- The Rivieras 40. (Hello Bye Bye) We'll meet again -- Frankie Brunson 41. Ladder of Love -- The Chateaus 42. Your other love -- The Flamingos 43. Your way -- The Heartbeats 44. I thank the moon -- Johnny Maestro 45. Rose Marie -- Mickey Tolliver & Capitals 46. Love will make your mind go wild -- The Penguins 47. Why oh why -- The 5 Echoes 48. Maybe you'll be there -- Billy & The Essentials 49. Chain of broken hearts -- The Camelots 50. Stormy Weather -- Magnificent Men 51. All night long -- De Mauriers 52. ZuZu -- The Bonnevilles 53. United -- Philly Cuzz 54. Imaginations -- The Quotations 55. The dance is over -- The Shirelles 56. Goodnight Baby -- The Imaginations
Thanks Cool Bobby B for all you do to keep Doo Wop Group Harmony Alive! You can write to Cool Bobby B at: firstname.lastname@example.org and if you do please let him know you heard him on Rock-it Radio!
And...... Check out his website at: www.doowopstop.com !
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============================================== AL COOL DADDY SMITH WITH THE GIRL GROUP SOUND ON ROCK-IT RADIO SHOW #4983
From Studio C in Brampton, Ontario Canada Al Cool Daddy Smith returns with more of the Girl Group Sound. Though short lived in time of Rock and Roll History The Girl Group sound played a significant part in the early and mid 60s. This segment features Girl Group Songs but credited to just one single artist. Here is the playlist.
1. Sometimes I Wonder-Barbara Brown-1963 2. Dumb Head-Ginny Arnell 1963 3. Never Leave Me-Ronnie Wallace 1965 4. Should I Cry-Jackie De Shannon 1964 5. I Love Him So- Nikki Blu 1964 6. It's My Party-Leslie Gore 1963 7. Judy's Turn To Cry-Leslie Gore 8. You Don't Own Me-Leslie Gore 1963 9. It Hurts To be Sixteen-Andrea Carroll 1963 10. The Locomotion-Little Eva 1962 11. Get Him - Little Eva 1962 12. Wake Up John-Little Eva 1965 13. Mashed Potato Time-Dee Dee Sharp 1962 14. Be My Girl-Dee Dee Sharp 1962 15. Love Kitten-Noreen Corcoran 1963 16. OO-Wee Baby-Doris Day 1964 17. Where The Boys Are-Connie Francis 1961 18. Live and Learn-Joey Heatherton 1966 19. I'm Thru-Carolyn Carter 1965 20. Little Things Like That-Suzy Wallace 1965 21. Rainbow Girl-Nancy Thomas 1961 22. You Run Around-Robin Garret 1965 23. Pineapple Princess â€"Annette 1960 24. River Of Tears-Tina Robin 1959 25. How Am I Gonna Leave You-Babs Cooper 1963
Do you have comments or would like to write to Cool Daddy any future requests, comments or would just like to say hello? you can always e mail him at: email@example.com
============================================== THE LOST SHOWS - STEVE PROPES' 45 SHOW ON ROCK-IT RADIO SHOW #4984
About a year ago Steve Propes Rock and Roll Author and expert and DJ who produced his shows out of WPMD in Cerritos, California - The Station stopped broadcasting and Steve lost his studios to produce his shows. But his last 50 shows still had not aired on Rock-it Radio. In the move from California to Idaho these shows have been shuffled around. But they have been rediscovered and features Steve Propes at this best with interviews of the R&B and Rock Scene of the 50s and 60s and him playing from the original vinyl from his collection of that era. We don't have a playlist of these shows but we are airing these last 50 or so shows for the next few months. So, come on in and tune in!
If you have a recording studio in the Long Beach, California area perhaps you could make a deal with Steve to where he can produce these shows once again. Or if you have any comments for Steve you can contact him at: firstname.lastname@example.org
============================================== ROCKIN DADDY O'S ATOMIC DOO WOP DANCE PARTY ON ROCK-IT RADIO SHOW #4985
Rockin' Daddy O is back this week with more great uptempo doo wop rock and roll. Plus much more in this week's segment of the Atomic Doo Wop Dance party! Here is this week's playlist.
1. At My Door-Chanters 2. Peppermint Stick-Elchords 3. Lover Please-Clyde Mcphatter 4. Snorin'-Little Jimmy & Sparrows 5. People Will Say We're In Love-Spaniels 6. One Night Only-Otis Williams & His Charms 7. Oop Shoop-Shirley Gunter & The Queens 8. Mama Ubangi Bangi-Four Sounds 9. The Gorilla-Ideals 10. Cha Wailey Routa-Saucers 11. Silly & Sappy-Vic Donna & Parakeets 12. Why Should I Love You-Harptones 13. What Makes You Do(The Things That You Do)-Wrens 14. Sha Na-Vicky & The Vegents 15. He's A Chilly Little Thing-Pams 16. The Sun-Fourteen Karat Soul 17. What Brought Us Together-Edsels 18. Walking Beside You-Mighty El Toros 19. Cry like I Cried-Dino & Heartspinners 20. Take Me As I Am-Demens 21. Up On The Mountain-Magnificents 22. Teenage Love-Frankie Lymon & Teenagers 23. My Baby Loves Me-Five Discs 24. So Long-Fats Domino
Great Selection Daddy O! If you would like to write to Rockin' Daddy O you can reach him online via e mail at: email@example.com
============================================== JAMES RILEY AND THE ROCKABILLY AND BLUES SHOW ON ROCK-IT RADIO SHOW #4986
From Tennessee, USA the birthplace of Rockabilly music James Riley does his first show for us here at Rock-it Radio. We invite you to tune in by going to our program webpage and clicking the speaker to show #4986. Here's the playlist for the first show. It includes part 1 of a 4 part interview with Alex Orbison (Roy's son) along with other tunes as well. Here ya go:
1. Quit Jivin' Me- Shorty K 2. Jump N Jive- Crazy Cavan & The Rhythm Rockers 3. Number Nine Train- Dale Hawkins 4. Road Runner- Bo Diddley 5. You Got It- Roy Orbison 6. Go Go Go- Roy Orbison 7. Candy Man- Roy Orbison 8. Running Scared- Roy Orbison 9. Oh! Pretty Woman- Roy Orbison 10. Only The Lonely- Roy Orbison 11. Good Rockin' Baby- Pat Roberts & The Heymakers 12. Hey, Mr. Locomotive- The BellFuries 13. Don't Say It's Over- Billy Fury 14. Don't Stop Now- Linda Gail Lewis 15. Chicken House- Dave Rich 16. Hip Shakin' Baby- Roy Brown
Do you have a future request or comments on James' premiere show here on Rock-it Radio? You can reach him at his new e mail address at: James@rockitradio.net
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============================================== DAVE THE RAVE AND THE RELICS AND RARITIES SHOW ON ROCK-IT RADIO SHOW #4987
Dave is back this week with more hits and rarities and vinyl finds from the 1960s. Dave always surprises me with the rare finds he is able to come up with. Come have a listen by clicking to the speaker to show #4939. Here is this week's playlist. It's a double play on Rock-it Radio this week.
1. Raymond's Beat - Ray MacArthur's Hillstoppers 2. We Go Together - Cavaliers 3. When I See You - Frontiers 4. Here It Comes Again - Fortunes 5. It Must Be Love - Bleach Boys 6. I Can Take Or Leave Your Loving - Herman's Hermits 7. Oh Yea (Have You Ever Been Lonely) - Bob and Earl 8. Come On Over To My Place - Drifters 9. Out of Sight - Bishops 10 Jerk and Twine - Jackie Ross 11.Suicide - Royal Flairs 12.It's All Over Now - Rolling Stones 13.How I Miss You Baby - Bobby Womack 14.Stop Your Sobbing -Kinks 15.Lines and Squares - Satans 16.Jennifer Eccles - Hollies 17.To Show I Love You - Peter and Gordon 18.She Won't Come Back - Hesitations 19.I Don't Wanna Catch You Round Him Anymore - Paul Anka (Discovery of Week) 20.I Could See Me Dancing With You - Boys Next Door
1. Termites - Cords 2. She's The One That's Got It - Allen Page 3. I Can Take It - Blue Stars 4. From Me To You - Del Shannon 5. Do The Arthur - Four Directions 6. Every Little Bit Hurts - Brenda Holloway 7. Every Hurt Makes You Stronger - Chuck Bernard 8. Fool Fool Fool - Barbara Acklin 9. Bustin Rocks - Five Hungry Men 10 I Fought The Law - Bobby Fuller Four 11.The Train Kept A Rollin'- Johnny Burnette Trio 12.Never Say No To Your Baby - Hit Pack 13.Who Could Be Lovin You - Al Wilson 14.Reap What You Sow - Billy Stewart 15.You Don't Own Me - Keanya Collins 16.Mrs. Bluebird - Eternity's Children 17.Than You Say Boh Bah - Birdwatchers 18.Summer Rain - Johnny Rivers 19.Wait Till Summer - Illusions (Discovery of Week) 20.Soul Limbo - Booker T & MG's
Do you have a request you would like to hear on the Relics & Rarities show? You can e mail him at: firstname.lastname@example.org
============================================== BILL GREEN ROCK AND ROLL RETROSPECTIVE ON ROCK-IT RADIO SHOW #4988 COPIES AND ORIGINALS.
A tribute, chance to repeat success or just a remake of a terrific recording. Whatever the reason lots of songs were redone during the Rock 'n Roll era. Rock-it D J Bill Green brings you part 2 of Copies and Originals. Do the remakes hold up or fall short? As always, you'll be the judge. Be sure to check out this edition of Rock 'n Roll Retrospective.
1) One Night (Of Sin) - Smiley Lewis (1956) 2) One Night - Elvis Presley (1958) 3) Maybe - The Chantels (1958) 4) Maybe - The Three Degrees (1970) 5) The Letter - The Box Tops (1967) 6) The Letter - Joe Cocker (1970) 7) Corina, Corina - Ray Peterson (60/61) 8) Corine, Corina - Big Joe Turner (1956) 9) (I Know) I'm Losing You - The Temptations (1966) 10) (I Know) I'm Losing You - Rare Earth 11) Lovey Dovey - The Clovers (1954) 12) Lovey Dovey - Clyde McPhatter (1969) 13) I'm Tore Down - Freddy King (1961) 14) I'm Tore Down - Eric Clapton (1994) 15) Look At Little Sister - Stevie Ray Vaughn & Double Trouble (1985) 16) Look At Little Sister - Hank Ballard & The Midnighters (1959) 17) This I Swear - The Dubs (1963) 18) This I Swear - The Skyliners (1959) 19) You Keep Me Hangin' On - The Supremes (1966) 20) You Keep Me Hanging On - Vanilla Fudge 21) Come On, Let's Go - The McCoys (1966) 22) Come On, Let's Go - Ritchie Valens (1958) 23) We Belong Together - Robert & Johnny (1958) 24) We Belong Together - The Belmonts (1972)
Thank you Bill it was fun comparing the two songs up against each other. If you have any requests, or comments all the DJ's here love to hear from Rock-it Radio listeners. You can reach Bill at: Billgreen@rockitradio.net
============================================== KEN STRANGE AND THE COUNTRY RECORD ROUND UP SHOW ON ROCK-IT RADIO #4989
Join Ken Strange as he delves into the archives to bring you another Country Record Round Up with good ole country music from right across the board, from the 1930's to the 00's, including the regular feature, Duos & Duets. So let's head off to the hills for a round up..... A country record round up that is.
01. Intro - Medley 02. The Wreck Of The Number Nine - Jim Reeves (60) RCA-Victor 03. Someone Is Me - Kenny Rogers (06) Capitol-Nashville 04. Honky Tonk Song - Terri Clark (05) Mercury 05. Red Velvet - The Kirby Sisters (56) unissued Sun 06. There's Never Been A Time - The Pezo Seco Singers (84) Scoop 33 07. People - Lee Conway (71) Ember 08. It Don't Make No Never Mind - Buck Griffin (54) Lin 09. Boogie And Beethoven - Larry Gatlin (90) Capitol-Nashville 10. Pop From The Top - Pirates Of The Mississippi (94) Liberty 11. The Tip Of My Fingers - Roy Ckark (63) Capitol 12. It's A Little Too Late - Tanya Tucker (93) Liberty 13. Drive South - Suzy Bogguss (92) Liberty 14. Wild Side Of Life / Honky Tonk Angels - Waylon Jennings & Jessie Colter (81) RCA-Victor 15. Please Be My Love - Jim & Jesse + The Virginia Boys (72) Prize 16. Lead Me On - Conway Twitty & Loretta Lynn (71) Decca 17. It's A Cheating Situation - Mo Bandy & Janie Frickie (79) Columbia 18. Waltz Across Texas - Ernest Tubb + Willie Nelson & Charlie Daniels (92) Lazerlight 19. Ben Dewberry's Final Run - Jimmie Rogers (27) Victor 20. I Saw The Light - Hank Williams Snr (54) MGM 21. Just To Celebrate - Jerry Jeff Walker (91) Ryko 22. Rocket Ship - Marty Stuart (96) MCA-Nashville 23. I've Got To Hurry Hurry Hurry - Ray Price & The Cherokee Cowboys (52) Columbia 24. Goodbye Earl - The Dixie Chicks (99) Monument 25. You're Not Leaving Me - Martina McBride (08) RCA-Nashville 26. Outro - Medley
You just don't hear that much traditional country music on your terrestrial AM and FM country stations that much anymore. We are glad that Ken is keeping it alive here on Rock-it Radio! If you have any comments, requests or comments you can write to Ken at: Spinningrock@rockitradio.net
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Our New Listener Club Member Giveaway Winner is:
Wayne Opperud -- Billings, Montana USA
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FINDING ROCK-IT RADIO ON THE 'TUNE IN RADIO' CELL PHONE APP. We
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ROCK AND ROLL HALL OF FAME EVICTS THE ASHES OF ALAN FREED.
ALAN FREED's ashes are in the ROCK AND ROLL HALL OF FAME, but the pioneering DJ who named the music is being evicted by the Hall, his son LANCE FREED told the CLEVELAND PLAIN DEALER.
FREED, who is picking up the ashes TODAY (8/4), told the paper that the Hall's Pres./CEO GREG HARRIS told him, "people walk past the exhibit and your dad's ashes and they scratch their heads and can't figure out what this thing is, and we'd like you to come pick up the ashes." HARRIS told the PLAIN DEALER that only the ashes are being removed, not other FREED artifacts, that the plan was to return the ashes to the family all along, and that the display where the ashes have been residing will include a pair of FREED's microphones.
But LANCE FREED told the paper that the move is "pushing (his father) to the side. It's making him part of the passing parade, rather than a place where people can say, 'hey this is the guy who helped start it all.'" He said that the family will locate a CLEVELAND cemetery for the remains.
FREED's career exploded in the 1950s when he hosted at WJW-AM CLEVELAND; after stints at WINS-A and WABC-A/NEW YORK, the payola scandal of 1959 ended his ascent, and he passed away at 43 in 1965.
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ROCK-IT RADIO WEBPAGE DEDICATED TO COLLECTING AIRCHECKS
Rock-it Radio this past week
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recordings. If you would like to check it out the website address is: http://www.rockitradio.net/aircheck.html
ROCK-IT RADIO STAFF NOW ON FACEBOOK
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TOP 10 SELLERS OF THE ROCK-IT RADIO LAUNCHING PAD THIS WEEK Week ending 8/5/2014
you know the Rock-it Radio Store sells vintage Radio Broadcasts - Where
you hear the actual music, news and vintage advertisements - uncut and
unedited just like you would of heard it back then. Here are the top
sellers this week.
1. RIR #176 -- Porky Chedwick WAMO Pittsburgh 6/14/1960 2. RIR #127 -- Alan Freed 1956 Rock & Roll Dance Party show 3. RIR #393 -- John Lennon as DJ on WNEW New York from 1974 4. RIR #205 -- Porky Chedwick WAMO Pittsburgh 6/16/1960 5. RIR #181 -- Wolfman Jack XERB Rosarito Mexico 12/8/1967 6. RIR #168 -- Dan Ingram WABC New York 7/22/1967 7. RIR #567 -- Kenny & Cash Show Capital Radio London w/ Paul & Linda McCarthy 1973 8. RIR #220 -- Larry Lujack - WLS Chicago 12/28/1968 9. RIR #359 - Gus Gossert's Oldies show WPIX New York Feb. 1971 10. RIR #271 - Ron Lundy w/ Dan Ingram WABC New York 12/28/1968
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=============================================== TOP 50 NATIONS THAT ARE TUNING INTO ROCK-IT RADIO. WEEK ENDING 7/14/2014
are always amazed at the World Wide Web and the 207 Countries that tune
us in every month online. Here are the top 50 Countries so far this
month.+ or - shows up or down how many positions from the previous week.
TOP 50 NATIONS THAT ARE TUNING INTO ROCK-IT RADIO. 1. United States +0 2. United Kingdom +0 3. Brazil +0 4. Canada +1 5. Croatia -1 6. Japan +0 7. Germany +0 8. Hungary +0 9. France +0 10. Spain +0 11. Netherlands +1 12. Australia -1 13. Ireland +1 14. Belgium +5 15. Mexico +0 16. Sweden -3 17. Russia +4 18. Italy -1 19. Philippines -1 20. South Africa +1 21. Argentina -4 22. Switzerland +1 23. Peru -3 24. Finland +3 25. Guatemala -1 26. Colombia -3 27. Chile -1 28. Austria +13 29. Saudi Arabia +1 30. Norway -2 31. Thailand +0 32. Indonesia +7 33. India +4 34. New Zealand +4 35. Portugal -2 36. Poland -2 37. Greece -2 38. Bolivia -6 39. Slovakia +1 40. Romania +6 41. Dominican Republic -13 42. Czech Republic +0 43. Malaysia +0 44. Bulgaria +6 45. Singapore -7 46. United Arab Emirates +1 47. Bosnia & Herzegovina -2 48. China +1 49. Morocco -4 50. Denmark -4
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