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LANE QUIGLEY CLASS OF 1968 SPECIAL PT. 3 ON
ROCK-IT RADIO SHOW #6182
MEMORY LANE SHOW - 1968 CLASS REUNION, PART 3
Calling all graduates from the Class of 1968 - it's 50 Year
Reunion Time here on RockitRadio. Come join host Lane Quigley
as The Memory Lane Show shines the spotlight on the seniors of
'68 with Part 3 of our 5 week celebration. The music scene was
wild in 1968, and this week's playlist includes Motown, Psychedlia,
British Invasion, Soul, Country, Funk, Ballads, Bubble Gum and
Symphonic Pop. Along with the music, we'll touch on some pop
culture highlights to help bring back warm memories of your final
semester of high school.
1. Lady Madonna - The Beatles
2. She's a Heartbreaker - Gene Pitney
3. Angel of The Morning - Merrilee Rush & The Turnabouts
4. Valleri - The Monkees
5. Ain't Nothing Like The Real Thing - Marvin Gaye & Tammi Terrell
6. Strawberry Shortcake - Jay & The Techniques
7. Summertime Blues - Blue Cheer
8. Red Red Wine - Neil Diamond
9. Country Girl, City Man - Billy Vera & Judy Clay
10. Walk Away Renee - The Four Tops
11. The End of Our Road - Gladys Knight & The Pips
12. Folsom Prison Blues - Johnny Cash
13. I Got The Feeling - James Brown & The Famous Flames
14. Love Is Blue - Paul Mauriat
15. Maybe Just Today - Bobby Vee
16. Lover's Holiday - Peggy Scott & JoJo Benson
17. I Can't Make It Alone - Bill Medley
18. I Can't Believe I'm Losing You - Frank Sinatra
19. Reach Out of The Darkness - Friend & Lover
20. MacArthur Park - Richard Harris
JAMMIN JAMES RILEY AND ROCKABILLY N BLUES RADIO
SHOW ON ROCK-IT RADIO SHOW #6183 TRIPLE PLAY!!!
From his studios in Nashville, Tennessee Jammin'
James Riley puts together one great Rockin' Rockabilly
and Blues show for our listeners here at Rock-it Radio.
Here is the playlist.
Rockabilly N Blues Radio Hour #1
1. The Man Who Comes Around- Motel Mirrors
2. Leave Them Girls Alone- John Paul Keith
3. Tiger Man- Elvis Presley
4. Rock Everybody- Eddie & The Head Starts
5. No One To Blame- The Gold Stars
6. Runnin' Fool- Marcel Riesco
7. Thunderbird- The Go-Getters
8. Pressure and Time- The Delta Bombers
9. Driving Guitars- The Ventures
10. The Lonely Matador- Venturesmania
11. Big Boy Rock- Ray Black & The Flying Carpets
12. I'm A Little Mixed Up- Betty James
13. Trouble No More- Muddy Waters
14. I Want To Be Loved- Mud Morganfield & Kim James
15. Young Fashioned Ways- Sleepy LaBeef
16. Make That Move- Webb Wilder
17. Cherokee Boogie- BR549
18. Done Gone- Slim Sandy & The Hillbilly Boppers
19. Roc-A-Chicka- Warner Mack
Rockabilly N Blues Radio Hour #2
1. Folsom Prison Blues- James Intveld
2. Train Of Love
3. Loading Coal- Johnny Cash
4. Blue Train- Johnny Cash
5. Mystery Train- Little Junior's Blue Flames
6. Frankfort Special- Elvis Presley
7. Old 109- Josh Hi-Fi & The Rhythm Kings
8. Train Kept A Rollin'- Jeff Beck & Darrel Higham
9. Big Train (From Memphis)- John Fogerty
10. Trouble Train- Brian Setzer Orchestra
11. Gotherburg Train- Dale Watson & The Texas Two
12. Ghost Train Four-Oh-Ten- Marty Stuart
13. Boxcar Star- TJ Mayes
14. Chattanooga Choo Choo- Bill Haley & His Comets
15. Train Of Dreams- Jesse Dayton
16. Lonesome Train- Johnny Burnette & The Rock N Roll Trio
17. Wabash Cannonball- Wanda Jackson
18. Railroad Man- The Malpass Brothers
Rockabilly N Blues Radio Hour #3
1. Miss Kitty- The Bullets
2. Get The Truck Off My Lawn- Adam Lopez & The San Joaquin Valley Boys
3. My Heart Calls Out To You- Jittery Jack (w/ Miss Amy & Annabelle Lord-Patey)
4. Too Cool For School- Chris Ruest
5. My New Guitar- Babe Miller
6. Lil' Girls Name- Charley Crockett
7. Let's Get Goin'- Marcel Riesco
8. Downey To Lubbock- Dave Alvin& Jimmie Dale
9. Chicken Wire- Roy Clark
10. The Whip- The Beat From Palookaville
11. Gotta Lot Of Rhythm In My Soul- Patsy Cline
12. Wine Women & Song- Loretta Lynn
13. Bessie Baby- Jerry Reed
14. Crazy Legs- Gene Vincent & His Blue Caps
15. Guitar Man/What I'd Say- Elvis Presley
16. Darlin' Nelly Grey- Jerry Williams
17. No Other Woman- Greyhounds
18. Hurtin' Behind The Pine Curtain- Jesse Dayton
19. Chantilly Lace- Jerry Lee Lewis
JACKIE BOND FROM THE UK AND LET THE GOOD TIMES
ROLL OLDIES SHOW ON ROCK-IT RADIO SHOW #6184
And Jackie Bond is going Rockabilly in his show this
week on Rock-it Radio. Check out all the cool rockers
you get to hear in show #6184 in our program page when
you click that mp3 speaker.
1. Why Don't They Let Us Fall In Love - The Ronettes
2. If I Were a Rock and Roll Record - Freddie Cannon
3. Our Love Will Never Die - The Avons
4. Better Late Than Never - Anthony and The Sophomores
5. Daddy Gotta Get A Phone In My Room - Robin Clark
6. Every Now And Then - Benny Spellman
7. Honey Dew - The Honey Do's
8. You'll be Mine Tonight - Freddie and Lou
9. Honey Girl - Gary Stites
10. Wanted Solid Gold Cadillac - The Aquatones
11. After School Rock - The Baritones
12. She's the One That Got It - Allen Page
13. Chapel Of tears - Gene McDaniels
14. All Night Long - Joe Houston
15. Back To School Blues - Dale Hawkins
16. Magic Is the Night - Kathy Young and The Innocents
17. Rattle Snake roll - Jerry Carr and The Mello Tones
18. She's a Flirt - The Jewels
19. Judy - The Lincolns
20. If I Had Me A Woman - Mac Curtis
21. Hill Country Hot Rod Man - Junior Brown
22. Dearest Beloved Darling - The Leaders
23. Don't Tease Me - The Cruisers
24. Ding A Ling A Ling Ding Dong - Dickey Dell and The Bing Bongs
25. Private Eye - Bob Luman
26. Whispering Heart - The Edsels
27. Sandy - The Firebirds
28. Now You Know - Earl Lewis and The Channels
GARY K THE ROCKIN' MAILMAN AND THE VINTAGE VINYL
TREASURE CHEST SHOW ON ROCK-IT RADIO #6186
Gary is back and rockin' and spinning the vinyl to
the true oldies out there! This is a special show
on cruisers and racers and Hot Rod songs! All very
cool and now on show #6186 in the program page of
1 Hot Rod Race(Bob Coe)- Red Foley 1951
2 My Mighty GTO (Bob Coe)-Jan & Dean 1964
3 Tell Laura I Love Her-Ray Peterson 1960
4 Hot Rod High (George Place)- Hondells 1964
5 Hot Rod Racer (Art Terloskey) - Dick Dale/Deltones 1963
6 409 - Beach Boys 1962
7 Maybelline - R Petty,C Yarborough, D Pearson, B Allison, D Waltrip, ?
8 Hot Rod Lincoln (Mike Curtis)- Charlie Ryan 1960
9 Thunder Road (Ken Smith)- Robert Mitchum 1958
10 Jaguar & Thunderbird (Norm Wichman)- Chuck Berry 1960
11 Fastest Thing on Wheels (Paul Ladd)- Mechanics 1961
12 Stick Shift (Moose Meyers)- Duals 1961
13 Hot Rod Man (Rocky Fisher)-Go Cat Go 1997
14 PT Cruiser - Beach Boys 2006
15 SS396 (George Place)- Paul Revere/Raiders 1965
16 Rapid Roy - Jim Croce 1972
17 She's What Matters - Phil Dirt/Dozers 1989
18 That's All She Wrote - Ricky Nelson 1963
BILL GREEN WITH THE GIANT JUKEBOX ON THE ROCK
AND ROLL RETROSPECTIVE ROCK-IT RADIO SHOW #6187
Get ready for some hand clappin', foot stompin' and slow dancin'.
Rock-it DJ Bill Green is back with his Giant Juke Box and
he's playing everything from the unknown to the unforgettable.
Hop on board this Rock-it ride and treat yourself to some of
the finest Oldies on the Internet.
1) I'm In Love - B.B. King (1954)
2) I'm In Love - The Pentagons (1962)
3) I'm In Love - The Cadillacs (1961)
4) Sweets For My Sweet - The Drifters (1960)
5) Hideaway - Freddy King (1961)
6) Cupid - Sam Cooke (1961)
7) Stupid Cupid - Connie Francis (1958)
8) Stupid Cupid - Niel Sedaka (1958)
9) The Mountain's High - Dick and Dee Dee (1961)
10) Tossin' and Turnin' - The Ivy League (1965)
11) Because Their Young - Duane Eddy (1960)
12) Party Doll - Buddy Knox (1957)
13) Don't Throw Your Love On Me So Strong - Albert King (1962)
14) Steppin' Out - Paul Revere and The Raiders 1965)
15) Tallahassee Lassie - Freddy Cannon (1959)
16) Then He Kissed Me - The Crystals (1963)
17) All Strung Out - Nino Tempo and April Stevens (1966)
18) Kissin' Time - Bobby Rydell (1959)
19) Surfin' USA - The Beach Boys (1963)
20) Sweet Little Sixteen - Chuck Berry (1958)
21) My Love Is Real - The Holidays (1962)
22) I'll Try Something New - The Miracles (1962)
23) Wheels - The Stirng-A-Longs (1961)
24) Be My Guest - Fats Domino (1959)
25) Early One Morning - Elmore James (1960)
PETE CHASTON'S DOO WOP SHOW HERE
ON ROCK-IT RADIO #6188
Pete is one of our veteran DJs here on the Rock-it
and his Doo Wop collection is quite extensive!
If you love Doo Wop Rock and Roll but in search
of more of the obscurities along with the standards
this show just might be for you.
1. Doo-Wop All Night Long-The Blue Emotions (opening theme song) (1982)
2. Book of Songs-The Ly-dells (1961)
3. Crazy Love-The Royaltones (1956)
4. I Only Want You-The Passions (1959)
5. It's Over Now-The Youngtones (xxxx)
6. Will Love Ever Come My Way-The Mystics (1982)
7. Shimmy Like Kate-The Olympics (1960)
8. I Can't Believe-Dino & The Diplomats (1961)
9. Candy Store Love-The Val-chords (1959)
10. If You Want To-The Carousels (1962)
SILLY SONG SEGMENT:
11. Flowers on the Wall (Splat)-Part 1-The Chessmen (mid 1960s)
12. Dinner With Drac-John Zacherle (1958)
SCRATCHY 45 RPMs SEGMENT:
13. Rain, Rain-The Elegants (1958)
14. Oh, Let Me Dream-The Native Boys (1956)
15. Life is But a Dream-The Four Seasons (1964)
16. A Casual Look-The Six Teens (with short interview) (1956)
BACK TO THE CDs &/or More 45 RPMs:
17. Never Let You Go-The Five Discs (1962)
18. Shelly-The Velons (xxxx)
19. The Closer You Are-The Magnificent Four (1961)
20. You Baby You-The Excellents (1962)
SLOW SONG SEGMENT:
21. Cloudburst-The Orlandos (1957)
22. Little Did I Know-The Ducanes (1961)
23. Zu Zu-The Bonnevilles (1960)
24. Dream of Love-The Packards (1956)
25. Hey You-The Imaginations (1961)
26. I Love You So-The Chantels (1958)
27. (closing theme song) Adios-The Five Discs (1961)
MIKE TAYLOR'S ROCKABILLY HOUR ON ROCK-IT RADIO
SHOW #6189 -- LADIES WHO ROCK!!
LADIES WHO ROCK - The softer side of rockabilly? Don't you
believe it. These gals can stomp and holler as loud as their
male counterparts!!! In memory of Laura Lee Perkins...
1. Kiss Me Baby - Laura Lee Perkins 1958 (Imperial)
2. I Just Don't Like This Kind of Living - Laura Lee Perkins 1958 (Imperial)
3. I Want Love - Jackie Gates & The Fanatics 1961 (Skyway)
4, Star Light, Star Bright - Jackie Johnson 1959 (Wilhamette)
5. Oakie Boogie - Mimi Roman (Live)
6. You Can Have My Love - Judy Capps w/Pat Kingery And The Kentuckians 1959 (Cherry)
7. Little Bit - Carol Davis 1957 (Festival)
8. Long Tall Sally - Barbara Green 1963 (Atco)
9. Tongue-Tied - Betty McQuade 1961 (Go)
10. Fifteen Seconds - Roxie Williams w/Buddy Ray And The Shamrocks 1959 (Lucky 11)
11. Come On Baby - Laura Lee Perkins Unissued
12. Big Midnight Special - Joan Armstrong 1959 (Hanover)
13. My Little Baby - Rose Maddox 1959 (Capitol)
14. Mister Fire Eyes - Bonnie Guitar 1957 (Dot)
15. Trouble - Jackie Shannon 1959 (PJ)
16. Love Me To Pieces - Janis Martin (Live)
17. Mind Your Own Business - Evelyn White (Live)
18. No Way Out - Joyce Harris w/Clarence Smith 1961 (Infinity)
19. Oh La Baby - Laura Lee Perkins 1958 (Imperial)
20. Let's Have A Party - Nedra Price & The Moonglows 1965 (Ponca)
21. Got A lot of Rhythm In My Soul - Patsy Cline 1959 (4-Star)
22. Big Rock Inn - Dolly Cooper 1956 (Dot)
23. Motorcycle Michael - Jo-Ann Campbell 1961 (ABC-Paramount)
24. I"m Wise To You Now - Judy Tolbert 1957 (Star)
25.I'm Gettin' Better All The Time - Barbara Pittman 1957 (Philips International)
LANE QUIGLEY AND THE MEMORY LANE SHOW ON ROCK-IT
RADIO SHOW #6190
The Memory Lane Show kicks off its 20th year on RockitRadio with a
red hot array of RnB, Rockabilly, Blues, Rock & Roll, DooWop and Pop
from the Glory Days of the 45 RPM. As always, host Lane Quigley
mixes it up with a great variety of magnificent music, along with
a handful of interview clips with the backstories behind the records.
Listen and enjoy.
1. Red Hot - Billy Lee Riley 1957
2. You Can't Judge a Book By Its Cover - Bo Diddley 1962
3. Dynamite - Brenda Lee 1957
4. The Last of the Good Rocking Men - The Four Jacks 1953
5. Dear Lover - Mary Wells 1966
6. Something's Wrong - Herbert "Woo Woo" Moore 1953
7. So Glad You're Mine - Elvis Presley 1956
8. New Orleans Woman - Jimmy Witherspoon 1950
9. Three Cool Cats - The Coasters 1959
10. MYSTERY ARTIST (Can you identify the artist??)
11. Bad Boy - Robin Luke 1960
12. Ding Dong Daddy - Wynona Carr 1956 (unreleased)
13. Skinny Jim - Eddie Cochran 1956
14. But I'm Afraid - Debbie Dean 1961
15. Let Her Dance - The Bobby Fuller Four 1965
16. Love Hurts - Roy Orbison 1962
17. Just a Little Bit - Rosco Gordon 1960
18. My Boy Lollipop - Barbie Gaye 1956
19. Hey Girl, Don't Bother Me - The Tams 1964
20. There'll Never Be - The Chaps 1960
21. Be Good Baby - Jackie DeShannon 1965
22. Love Me - Sam Cooke 1960
23. The Quiet Look - Thomas Wayne & The DeLons 1962
24. Lonely Guy - The Galahads 1960
25. Don't Let The Sun Catch You Crying - Ray Charles 1959
ROCKIN' DADDY O'S ROCKABILLY RANCH PARTY ON
ROCK-IT RADIO SHOW #6191
Rockin Daddy O is back this week spinning the finest
of Rockabilly over Rock-it Radio. Here is this week's
1. Let's Have A Party-The Rivieras
2. Pyramids Stomp-The Pyramids
3. Heartbeat-Little Lesley & The Bloodshots
4. Tip Top Boogie-Bailey Dee
5. Thunder And Lightning-Tooter Boatman
6. I'm Laying It On The Line-Levi Dexter
7. Got Another Baby-Nate Gibson
8. New England Shakeup In The Fall-The Doel Brothers
9. Going To The Shakeup-Bloodshot Bill
10. Hey Little Dreamboat-Miss Mary Ann & The Ragtime Wranglers
11. Let It Rain-The Screamin' Rebel Angels
12. Primitive State-The Dalharts
13. I've Got My Eyes On You (And I Like What I See)-Rick Nelson
14. Get Real Wild-Eddie & Thee Scorpians
15. Chick Chick-Junior Dean & The Avalons
16. Cootzie Coo-Charlie Feathers
17. Jello Sal-Benny Ingram
18. It's The Beat-Rocket J
19. Ain't Got A Pot-Deke Dickerson
20. I'm A Long Gone Daddy-Hank Williams
21. Heaven Is The Other Way-Big Sandy & His Flyrite Boys
DJ SPINNING ROCK BOOGIE AND THE MOVIN AND GROOVIN
SHOW DOUBLE PLAY ON ROCK-IT RADIO SHOW #6192
ROCK-IT RADIO: PLAY LIST: SPINNING ROCK BOOGIE -
THE MOVIN' & GROOVIN' SHOW - PENNSYLVANIA Pt 3"
Join DJ Spinning Rock Boogie for another in his series,
"Regional Round Up", the show that features a particular
State of America, with some of the record labels from out
of that State, the Towns and Cities where those labels
were based, although not always recorded in, and the Artists
who recorded on them. This show is Pt 3 of a look
at the State of Pennsylvania with rock and roll from
the 1950's and early 1960's, including the regular feature of
The Smooch Spot.
01. Intro - Medley
02. Dressin' Up - Charlie Gracie (58) Cameo - Philadelphia
03. Queen Bee - Hayden Thompson (63 Arlen - Philadelphia
04. Just A-Walkin' - Andy Starr & The Casinos (60) Valiant - Philadelphia
05. You That's Who - Joey Cooper (62) Chancellor - Philadelphia
06. Rock All Night With Me - Rick Tacker (64) Kingston - Reading
07. Iggy Joe - Willy Ward & The Warbles (58) Star - Pittsburg
08. Rhythm Baby - Johnny Latorre & His Rhythm Rockets (55) Black Gold - Wilkes-Barre
09. No No - Sylvia Jean & The Moonglows (61) Sumit - Somerset
10. Oh Lolly - The Jordan Brothers (58) Jordan - (unknown) Pennsylvania
11. Lollipop Lover - Eddie Palace & The Herbert Brothers (57) Juke Box - (unknown) Pennsylvania
12. We're Gonna Have Love - Jerry Benty (59) Willette - McKeesport
13. Susie Or Mary Lou - Chuck Barr & The Rock-A-Billys (58) Elsan - Hellertown
14. Jelly Billy - Dave Diddle Day (57) Fee Bee - South Greensburg
15. Girl Of My Dreams (smooch) - Robert Luke Harshman (Bobby Hart) (59) Guyden - Philadelphia
16. This Friendly World (smooch) - Fabian (59) Chancellor - Philadelphia
17. You'll Loose A Good Thing (smooch) - Barbara Lynn (62) Jamie - Philadelphia
18. I'll Never Tell (smooch) - Bunny Paul & The Harptones (54) Essex - Philadelphia
19. My Girl Awaits Me (smooch) - The Castelles (53) Grand - Philadelphia
20. Nite Beat - Slim Edwards & His Western Wildcats (61) Jeree - Beaver Falls
21. Chattanooga Shoe Shine Boy - The Adams Sisters (63) Tempo - Johnson
22. Drive-In - The Royal rebels (63) Kiski - North Apollo
23. Bobby Baby - Marie La Donna (63) Gateway - Pittsburg
24. All The Way Now - The Moniques (63 Centaur - Rochester
25. Way Later Baby - Chuckie D (63) Parliament - Sadsburyville
26. My Bird Dog - Denver Bill Clarke & His Ranch Hands (62) Process - Franklin
27. Steel Guitar Rag (instrumental) - The Dynatones (59) Bomarc - Philadelphia
28. Too High Class - Bonnie Fussell (61) Swan - Philadelphia
29. Bare Footed Baby - Little Johnny Poole (62) Wide - Chester
30. Rockin' Country Fever - The Morris Brothers Band (59) Mo-Bro - Waynesburg
31. Outro - Medley
ROCK-IT RADIO: PLAYLIST: SPINNING ROCK BOOGIE -MOVIN' & GROOVIN'
"LISTENERS REQUEST SHOW - LYNN WILMES - DAYTON OHIO"
Join DJ Spinning Rock Boogie for a special listeners request show that was sent in by Lynn Wilmes who comes from Dayton Ohio. Also featured is a track requested by a guy called Bill who hasn't given a location. Thank you both very much for your requests and allowing me to play them for you. Enjoy.
01. Intro - Medley
02. Downstairs (instrumental) - Plas Johnson (59) Capitol - Hollywood California
03. Blue Turning Grey Over You - Jimmy Cavallo & His Quintet (59) Sunnyside - Baltimore Maryland
04. Shoo Sue Get Away From Me - The Jodimars (58) President - NYC
05. Peggy Sue Got Married - Buddy Holly & The Crickets (59) Coral - NYC
06. String Along - Ricky Nelson (63) Brunswick - NYC
07. Why Do I Love You So - Johnny Tillotson (59) Cadence - NYC
08. Chumba - Gabriel & The Angels (60) Amy - NYC
09. Shake rattle And Roll - Billy Swan (76) Monument - NYC
10. Little Bitty Pretty One - Billy Gilman (00) Epic - NYC
11. Rock And Roll Ruby - The Amazers (09) Sun House - Derby UK
12. It's Cold Outside - The Choir (66) Canadian American - Philadelphia - Pennsylvania
13. Trying To Get To You - Elvis Presley (56) Sun - Memphis Tennessee
14. Cycles - Frank Sinatra (68) Reprise - Hollywood California
15. Let It Be Me - Betty Everett & Jerry Butler (64) VeeJay - Chicago Illinois
16. If I Can't Have You - Etta James & Harvey Farquah (60) Chess - Chicago Illinois
17. Please Don't Tell Me Now - Dean & Jean (64) Rust - NYC
18. Little Linda - Paul Hondo (61) Amphion - Goodlettsville Tennessee
19. Love Will Make Your Mind Go Wild - The Penguins (54) DooTone - Los Angeles California
20. Can't Help Lovin' That Girl Of Mine - The Hideaways (?) Lost-Nite - Philadelphia Pennsylvania
21. With Open Arms - Jane Morgan (59) Kapp - NYC
22. I Don't Want To Go On Without You - The Drifters (64) Atlantic - NYC
23. On Your Marks - The C-Notes (58) Mobie - NYC
24. Let Me Walk With You - Sidney Ester & The Dreamers (59) Danegold - Lake Charles Louisiana
25. Teach Me Tiger - April Stevens (59) Imperial - Hollywood California
26. Lost In The 50's Tonight - Ronnie Milsap (85) RCA - Camden New Jersey
27. Outro - Medley
MATT THE CAT & THE JUKE IN THE BACK SHOW WITH A
TRIBUTE TO R&B IN 1948 PT. 1 ON ROCK-IT RADIO
The jukebox takes center stages as we travel back 70 years
o dig on the hep sounds of 1948. This week, in part 1 of 2,
the "Juke In The Back" features the biggest jukebox hits of
the first half of 1948. You'll jump to records by Wynonie Harris,
Bull Moose Jackson, Nellie Lutcher, Camille Howard, Sonny Thompson
and many more. Dig on the unique sound of the "Chee Chee Girl"
as well as Nat "King" Cole's big crossover hit that actually did
better on the Pop than R&B lists. We've got souring instrumentals,
jump blues, crooners and vocal groups, so grab a fist full of nickels
and get ready to celebrate part 1 of 1948 on this week's
"Juke In The Back" with Matt The Cat.
1. Swanee River Boogie - Albert Ammons & His Rhythm Kings - Mercury 1947
2. (Opportunity Knocks But Once) Snatch & Grab It - Julia Lee & Her Boy Friends - Capitol 1947
3. Write Me A Letter - The Ravens - National 1947
4. I Can't Give You Anything But Love - Rose Murphy - Majestic 1948
5. Call It Stormy Monday (But Tuesday Is Just As Bad) - T-Bone Walker & His Guitar - Black & White 1948
6. What'll I Do - King Cole Trio - Capitol 1948
7. King Size Papa - Julia Lee & Her Boy Friends - Capitol 1948
8. Fine Brown Frame - Nellie Lutcher & Her Rhythm - Capitol 1948
9. Tomorrow Night - Lonnie Johnson - King 1948
10. X-Temporeanous Boogie - Camille Howard - Specialty 1948
11. Nature Boy - King Cole - Capitol 1948
12. I Want A Bowlegged Woman - Bull Moose Jackson & His Buffalo Bearcats - King 1948
13. GREAT 78 - I Can't Be Satisfied - Muddy Waters w/ Rhythm Accompaniment - Aristocrat 1948
14. Good Rockin' Tonight - Wynonie Harris - King 1948
15. Long Gone Pt. 1 & 2 - Sonny Thmpson w/ The Sharps & Flats - Miracle 1948
16. I Can't Go On Without You - Bull Moose Jackson & His Buffalo Bearcats - King 1948
17. After Hours - Erskine Hawkins & His Orch - Bluebird 1946
LANE QUIGLEY AND THE 50 YEAR CLASS REUNION SPECIAL
MUSIC FROM 1968 PT. 4 ON ROCK-IT RADIO SHOW #6194
MEMORY LANE SHOW - 1968 CLASS REUNION, PART 4
It's Part 4 of our 5 part Tribute to the graduating class of 1968,
as The Memory Lane Show continues its 50 Year Reunion celebration.
If you were a senior in '68, we will help you to re-live the incredible
variety of music that blared from your car radio, along with some
fascinating interview clips from some of the artists as well as a
handful of commercial jingles to help with that nostalgic feeling.
Come join host Lane Quigley for our annual flashback to the graduating
class from a half-century ago.
1. Bring a Little Lovin' - Los Bravos
2. Since You've Been Gone - Aretha Franklin
3. Carpet Man - 5th Dimension
4. Spooky - Classics IV
5. Pictures of Matchstick Men - Status Quo
6. Jealous Love - Wilson Pickett
7. Delilah - Tom Jones
8. If You Don't Want My Love - Robert John
9. Bottle of Wine - The Fireballs
10. My Baby Must Be a Magician - The Marvelettes
11. Words - The Bee Gees
12. This Guy's In Love With You - Herb Alpert
13. Yesterlove - Smokey Robinson & The Miracles
14. Just One Smile - Blood, Sweat & Tears
15. I'm Gonna Make You Love Me - Madeline Bell
16. Listen Here - Eddie Harris
17. We're a Winner - The Impressions
18. Face It Girl, It's Over - Nancy Wilson
19. Lovey Dovey Kinda Loving - Brenton Wood
20. You've Got To Be Loved - The Montanas
21. Little Green Apples - Roger Miller
KEN STRANGE COUNTRY RECORD ROUND UP SHOW
NOW ON ROCK-IT RADIO SHOW #6195
Another fun filled show of country Music from right across
the board and right across the decades from the 50's to the 00's,
with something old, something new, and a whole lot more
in between including the regular "Duos and Duets" feature.
01. Intro - Medley
02. Forget Her - Shorty Long & His Kentucky Ramblers (61) Smiling
03. Country Box Special - Hank Wright (62) Flat-Git-It
04. I'm The Loneliest Gal In Town - Goldie Hill (54) Decca
05. City Lovin' Country Style - Donna Chrysler (59) Colt 45
06. Guitar Town - Steve Earle (86) MCA
07. Howlin' At The Moon - Sam Bush (98) Sugar Hill
08. When Hillbilly Willie Met Kitty From The City - Tani Allen & His Tennessee Pals (52) Bullet
09. Guess I'd Better Go - Texas Bill Strength (60) Sun
10. Nothing To Cry For - Bonnie Guitar (68) Dot
11. My Crazy Heart - Charlotte Harden (63) Nationwide
12. Gotta Travel On - Bill Monroe & His Bluegrass Boys (59) Decca
13. The Days You Live For - Matt Gary (09) 17-Music
14. Two Of A Kind Working On A Full House - Garth Brooks (91) Capitol
15. The Grand Tour - George Jones (74) Epic
16. Fools For Each Other - Ed Bruce & Lynn Anderson (86) RCA
17. One Toke Over The Line - Brewer & Shipley (71) Kama Sutra
18. Paradise Tonight - Charly McClain & Mickey Gilley (83) Epic
19. The Bottle In My Hand - David Allan Coe & George Jones (80) Columbia
20. Two Lips Away - Frankie Miller & Dottie Sills (60) Starday
21. That's The Way I Feel - George Jones (59) Mercury
22. Don't Bogart Me - Fraternity Of Man (68) ABC
23. It's A Little Too Late - Tanya Tucker (93) Liberty
24. Thinking About You - Trisha Yearwood (95) MCA
25. Blue Grass Skirt - Hank Locklin (58) RCA-Victor
26. Strike A Match - Howard Crockett (67) Charay
27. Outro - Medley
"Keep It Country"
BILLY VERA'S ROCK AND ROLL PARTY ON ROCK-IT RADIO
SHOW #6196 SPOTLIGHT ON 1954
A year before Rock'n'Roll kicked in, R&B was going through a change
in 1954. Veteran acts like Jay McShann, Memphis Slim, Percy Mayfield,
T-Bone Walker and Buddy Johnson were still viable. Over the next two
years, though, the emphasis would turn to music geared toward music
made by and for teenagers. Young vocal groups, like the Scarlets,
the El Dorados, the Five Willows, the Harptones and the Chords, whose
"Sh-Boom" would show there was a market for this music on the Pop charts,
in both their original version and a cover by the Crew Cuts.
New stars were emerging, some of whom, like Fats Domino, the Midnighters,
Clyde McPhatter, Roy Hamilton and Ray Charles would go on to have long,
fruitful careers. Some, like Faye Adams, the Diablos and Guitar Slim, would
shine briefly and go on to oblivion, remembered for one or two wonderful songs.
1. Hootie Blues - Jay McShann Orch. featuring Priscilla Bowman
2. Kiss Me -The Scarlets
3. I'm Slippin' In - The Spiders
4. My Lovin' Baby - The El Dorados
5. Day In, Day Out - Marvin & Johnny
6. Four Years of Torment - Memphis Slim
7. Whaddya Want - The Robins
8. I Can't Believe - The Hornets
9. Hurts Me To My Heart - Faye Adams
10. Blow Robbie Blow - Robbie Robinson with Blinky Allen Orchestra
11. Let's Start All Over Again - Buddy Johnson Orch. with Nolan Lewis
12. Chop Chop Boom - The Dandeliers
13. Lay Your Head On My Shoulder - The Five Willows
14. Where Did You Stay Last Night - Fats Domino
15. You Made Me Cry - The Kings
16. Whiskey, Women & Loaded Dice - Joe Liggins
17. I'm Losing My Mind - The Dreams
18. Bye Bye Baby - T-Bone Walker
19. I'm In Love So Bad - Percy Mayfield
20. Lizabeth - The Thrillers
21. You'll Never Walk Alone - Roy Hamilton
22. Grunt Your Last Time Baby - Viola Watkins
23. The Answer to Tomorrow Night - Lonnie Johnson
24. 1954 Red Rose Tea Commercial
25. Magic Mirror - The Empires
26. Sh-Boom - The Chords
27. Sunday Kind of Love - The Harptones
28. Don't You Know - Ray Charles
29. Strawberry Stomp - Gil Bernal
30. The Wind - The Diablos
31. Later For You Baby - Guitar Slim
32. Cry Some More - The "Five" Royales
33. Honey Love - Clyde McPhatter & The Drifters
34. Work With Me Annie - The Midnighters
35. All Night Long - Joe Houston
AL COOL DADDY SMITH WITH PT. 1 TRIBUTE TO CREEDENCE
CLEARWATER REVIVAL ON ROCK-IT RADIO SHOW #6197
This show is Part One of a Four part look at one of the greatest
American Rock and Roll groups of all time, Creedence Clearwater Revival!!
At a time when Rock was evolving away from the forces that created it,
Creedence Clearwater Revival brought things back to their roots
with their concise syntheses of Rockabilly, swamp pop, R&B, and country.
They were probably the greatest Rock and Roll band from 1970 through to
1972 the Beatles having disbanded in 1970.
This show will introduce the band, its members and early beginnings,
as well as it will present some of their hits and some of the deeper
cuts from their albums that receive little or no air play on the radio today.
The Play List is as follows:
1. Green River-Creedence Clearwater Revival 1969
2. Commotion-Creedence Clearwater Revival 1969
3. Tombstone Shadow-Creedence Clearwater Revival 1969
4. Wrote A Song For Everyone-Creedence Clearwater Revival 1969
5. Bad Moon Rising-Creedence Clearwater Revival 1969
6. Fortunate Son-Creedence Clearwater Revival 1969
7. Cotton Fields-Creedence Clearwater Revival 1969
8. Down On The Corner-Creedence Clearwater Revival 1969
9. Up Around The Bend-Creedence Clearwater Revival 1970
10. Travelin' Band-Creedence Clearwater Revival 1970
11. Lodi-Creedence Clearwater Revival 1969
12. Cross Tie Walker-Creedence Clearwater Revival 1969
13. Sinister Purpose-Creedence Clearwater Revival 1969
14. Night Time Is The Right Time-Creedence Clearwater Revival 1969
15. Suzie Q-Creedence Clearwater Revival 1968
16. I Put A Spell On You-Creedence Clearwater Rival 1968
17. Porterville-Creedence Clearwater Revival 1968
18. The Working Man-Creedence Clearwater Revival 1968
19. Ninety Nine and A Half (Won't Do)-Creedence Clearwater Revival 1968
20. Get Down Woman-Creedence Clearwater Revival 1968
21. Gloomy-Creedence Clearwater Revival 1968(Truncated)
COOL BOBBY B AND THE DOO WOP STOP ON ROCK-IT RADIO
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. Once upon a time -- Jordan & Fascinations
3. Mary Lee -- The Rainbows
4. Every breath I take -- Kid Kyle
5. I really love you -- The Stereos
6. Long lonely nights -- Clyde Mc Phatter
7. Island of love -- The Sheppards
8. Where or When -- Dion & The Belmonts
9. In the still of the night -- Dion & The Belmonts
10. Every day of the week -- The Students
11. Please say you want me -- The Schoolboys
12. Never let you go -- 5 Discs
13. Oh what a night -- The Dells
14. Morse code of love -- The Capris
15. Smoke from your cigarette -- Lillian Leach & Mellows
16. I'm sorry pillow -- Lee Andrews & Hearts
17. I don't want your love -- Rick & Masters
18. Hang up your rock and roll shoes -- Chuck Willis
19. Drip Drop -- The Drifters
20. Hearts of Stone -- The Jewels
21. Gloria -- The Chariots
22. When I'm blue -- The Shells
23. It hurts -- The Rialtos
24. Love call -- The Ebonaires
25. A beggar for your kisses -- The Diamonds
26. Lover's Island -- Kenny Vance & Planotones
27. Lickity Split -- Little Isiodore & Inquisitors
28. Shake Shake Shake -- Jackie Wilson
29. Why do lovers break each others hearts -- Bob B Soxx & Blue Jeans
30. Nadine -- The Coronets
31. Don't ask me to be lonely -- The Dubs
32. Search my heart -- The Ramblers
33. My Dear -- The Solitaires
34. Bells in my heart -- The Spiders
35. It's almost tomorrow -- Dreamweavers
36. Darling Lorraine -- The Knockouts
37. Heaven on Earth -- The Platters
38. The way you look tonight -- The Jarmels
39. 11th hour melody -- The Rivieras
40. Moonlight Cocktails -- The Rivieras
41. Liar -- The Regents
42. Twilight -- The Paragons
43. You belong to me -- The Duprees
44. Just to be with you -- The Passions
45. Share -- Frankie Lymon & Teenagers
46. Ka Ding Dong -- G Clefs
47. Zip Zip -- The Diamonds
48. Don't say goodbye -- The Criterions
49. Rock and Roll Lullaby -- The Belmonts
50. I wish I didn't love you so -- Philly Cuzz
51. I don't know -- The Keytones
52. Strange Love -- Native Boys
53. Crazy love -- The Royaltones
54. Foolish me -- The Harptones
55. It's too late -- The Companions
56. Pennies from Heaven -- The Skyliners
57. Goodnight Baby -- The Imaginations
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HISTORY OF ROCK-IT RADIO
If you are new to Rock-it Radio and would like to learn more --
We have our History Page up as well -- telling the story of Rock-it
Radio. You can find it at:
|ROCK-IT RADIO T SHIRTS - MANY DESIGNS TO CHOOSE FROM!!|
Have you seen the new full line of Rock-it Radio T shirts that have been
Released. 3 New designs by Rock-it Radio's own Jammin' Jan.
Each Rock-it Radio T shirt is only $16.00 each plus shipping. And 100% of
All monies goes to keeping Rock-it Radio Online.
Come check out the latest styles.:
Check Website for updates and availability
VINTAGE VIDEO PICK OF THE WEEK
For the week of 21 June, 2018
This week in our archives page:
This week: The Reflections with Just like Romeo and Juliet.
Now listed in the top listing of our video page...
This week: Wanda Jackson from 1958 singing "I gotta Know" &
The Collins Kids with "Sugartime"
A BIG THANK YOU TO ALL THOSE THAT SUPPORT US
HERE AT ROCK-IT RADIO.
I want to thank all of you for purchasing our vintage
broadcasts, T shirts and Rock-it Radio shows they all
go to help keep Rock-it Radio online. AND ALSO A BIG
THANK YOU to 1 gentleman that sent Rock-it Radio a check
donation to help us going as well.
Thank you Ed Mayer of Dover, Delaware!
LANE QUIGLEY AND THE MEMORY LANE SHOW
CLASS OF 1968 SPECIAL ON CD NOW AVAILABLE ON EBAY STORE
With this newsletter the annual 50 year class Reunion
featuring the highlights and music of 1968 has begun
being listed and played here at Rock-it Radio.
A total of 5 Shows will be broadcast. There is a 6th
CD though and the entire set is for sale - just now listed
in our Ebay Store - The Cost is $39.95 but remember it
is 6 CD's! The link to it in our store is:
100% OF ALL SALES GOES TO KEEPING ROCK-IT RADIO ONLINE.
JUNE ROCK-IT RADIO FREE GIVEAWAY CD -
DJ JIM STAGG BRITISH COUNTDOWN OVER WCFL CHICAGO 1966 GREAT TUNES!
For JUNE with every order you make from a Rock-it Radio website you will also receive for FREE!
A vintage musical rock radio show from 21 March, 1966 from DJ Jim Stagg (catalog release RIR #337) Jim Stagg one of the top Jocks of WCFL playing the 'British Countdown' for that week -- Back when with the Beatles, Rolling Stones, Dave Clark 5 and many others British band topped the charts on both sides of the Atlantic.- it's yours Free with every order from the month of JUNE 2018! from the following websites.
If you wish to see what is in this Jim Stagg WCFL Chicago broadcast CD check it out in our Ebay Store at:
BUT DON'T BUY IT! Get another Rock-it Radio product
from the sites below and we will send you this CD
for FREE. You can shop at the following Rock-it
The Rock-it Radio Launching Pad:
Wolfman Jack Shows.
Rock-it Radio Shows:
or our new service of Rock-it Radio shows
Or our 50 Rock it Radio shows on Flashdrive at:
Any order from any of those sites in April you will
get this CD for FREE!
NEW RELEASE -- FLASHDRIVE OF ROCK-IT RADIO
SHOWS #6101 TO #6150. OUR 15TH FLASHDRIVE
NEW RELEASE!!!!! ROCK-IT RADIO FLASHDRIVE #14!!
This includes over 75 hours of Rock-it Radio oldies programming
from shows #6101 to #6150. The Flashdrive features all these shows
in their entirety in mp3 format in studio quality and just plug into
your computer and Rock-it Away!!!! Check out #14 and it's playlist via our
Flashdrive page at http://www. rockitradio.net/flashdrive.html or in our Ebay
Store listed as:
|===============================================TWO NEW RELEASES IN THE ROCK-IT RADIO LAUNCHING PAD |
STORE AND EBAY STORE.
It's our first 2 new vintage releases for 2018.
And since Dick Biondi is our free giveaway this week.
We thought we would release 2 more shows of his on his
syndicated show of Dick Biondi's Super Gold Show from 1977.
It's an oldies show from back then aired at
WNMB Myrtle Beach, S. Carolina.
Now listed in the Rock-it Radio Launching pad
As our first South Carolina listings at:
Or our Ebay Store Listings with playlists et al at:
Part I at: https://www.ebay.com/itm/142786822785 (RIR #655)
Part II at: https://www.ebay.com/itm/142786838451 (RIR #656)
All updates and latest news on our vintage radio
broadcasts can be found in our Launching Pad Facebook
page at http://www.facebook.com/rockitpad
ROCK-IT RADIO LISTENER'S
VINTAGE BROADCASTS ON FLASHDRIVE
It's hard to believe but we realize that perhaps our
declining sales is due to Compact Discs are a
aging medium. And Flashdrives And digital is where it's
at. So, I am going to make this offer just on a trial
basis for the remainder of 2017. If you would prefer to
have Rock-it Radio shows and vintage radio shows that we
offer for sale on Flashdrive in mp3 format rather then
on CD we can provide that service here at Rock-it Radio.
Here it is how it works:
1. E mail me at email@example.com and let me
know what shows you would like to have on Flashdrive.
Let's make it a minimum of 3 broadcasts. Either any
Rock-it Radio show .... or Vintage Radio Show from the
50s through 70s that we offer at:
2. The Cost: Flashdrive will cost $5.00 and each show
that you wish to have will cost $5.00 - nearly 50% CHEAPER then on
3. I will send you back a invoice within a couple of days, It will be
sent via paypal and it is not obligatory. If you change your mind
just don't pay. But it is easy to pay with any major credit card.
4. Please allow up to 7 days for me to fill the order. Once payment
is sent. In case I get swamped with this offer. Probably sooner.
I have to redigitalize all sold shows into MP3 and that takes a little
bit of time. All orders will have $3.00 postage a slight increase but
that is due to it is shipped as a package and not envelope since it will
be over a 1/4" thick.
For example you order: 3 of our Alan Freed Radio shows. And a Real Don
Steele show. A total of 4 shows - That would normally be a cost of $40.00
on CD. All together on one flashdrive so the invoice would look like
- Flashdrive $5.00
- Four Shows on Flashdrive @ $5.00 each - $20.00
- shipping $3.00
Of course if you order more shows on the flashdrive you would continue saving
as you are paying the $5.00 per show rather then $9.50.
And of course we will be adding the monthly giveaway as well.
So for a invoice again just e mail me your wants on your flashdrive for
shows on mp3 at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Also, check out this offer again at:
|FOUND CAUSE OF PROBLEM - OF STOPPING AUDIO |
STREAM OF ROCK-IT RADIO SHOWS ON PROGRAM PAGE.
Last week we reported that a letter from one listener
claiming when he selects a Rock-it Show in our program page at
It will play for about 10 seconds then stop. Usually with
some error message. I googled trying to help him out and
just googled "audio stream stops after 10 seconds" evidently
this is not a uncommon problem, but the fixes vary depending
on your system and what's going on. So, not quite a quick fix.
I checked it out using Firefox and sure enough it was now
doing it to me too. But no problem whatsoever on International
We found out that in fact certain versions of Mozilla Firefox
Internet search engines does not like our very simple mp3 file
streaming. We have contacted Firefox but have not heard back,
not surprised, but some solutions are out there. Though a little
so one possible solution would be to switch over to Microsoft
Internet Explorer. Another is to possibly download the most
recent Winamp player. They are free online.
If one of our Techy listener's out there might have a solution
or if you are facing the same problem, please let us know I
hope to get to the bottom of this.
Our e mail address is : email@example.com
| WHAT IS COMING UP NEXT ON ROCK-IT RADIO??|
Upcoming events and happenings for Rock-it Radio.
-- After this newsletter is released we will be
adding 3 more shows including Pt. 5 of Lane Quigley's
50 year Class Reunion Music of 1968 Show. Remember
Though a 6 part Show - Pt. 6 will NOT be aired and only
available on the CD set for sale. Information on purchase
is further up in this newsletter.
-- More Vintage Broadcasts to become available.
-- Bill Green will be putting out a special on his 150th Show,
On Rock-it Radio.
-- A New Flashdrive featuring shows #6151 to #6200 will be
released. These flashdrives in MP3 are the best savings for
Rock-it Radio Shows. http://www.rockitradio.net/flashdrive.html
|COLLECTING AIRCHECKS - A HOBBY OF RADIO NOSTALGIA|
What is a Aircheck? It is simply a recording of a radio broadcast. Usually collected by Radio fans.
Come check out our webpage on collecting Airchecks.
COME REMEMBER WOLFMAN JACK !!!
Rock-it Radio has a very special way to remember Wolfman Jack.
Arguably the most iconic of American DJ's. Come check out the
Rock-it Radio Wolfman Page at:
REMEMBERING OFFSHORE PIRATE RADIO IN THE UK
In the mid 1960s it was difficult for the youth to actually listen to Rock and Roll in the UK.
The BBC actually ran only a few hours a weekend to provide the young Brits with this outlet.
At night during the week they ventured to even tune into Radio Luxembourg to get there fill,
that broadcast rock and pop around the clock.
To fill this void some venture capitalists decided to bring in commercial radio aboard refitted
radio ships. And anchor themselves just off into International waters off the English coast.
Radio Caroline (named after Caroline Kennedy the U.S. President's daughter at the time)
and Radio London being the most famous. Rock-it Radio has a website dedicated to their ventures
and also have actual radio broadcasts available of
these offshore pirates.We invite you to check them out our webpage at:
|VINTAGE ALAN FREED RADIO BROADCASTS AVAILABLE|
THRU THE ROCK-IT RADIO LAUNCHING PAD.
No DJ represents 50s rock and roll then that of
The Late Great Alan Freed. He truly was Mr. Rock & Roll.
And a icon in broadcasting. Rock-it Radio is blessed
enough to have actual radio broadcasts uncut and unedited
of some of these 50s shows. Here is a list and
ebay links of what we have available, with the Ebay
1. Ultra Rare Broadcasts of Alan Freed.
2. Alan Freed over WINS New York City from 5 March, 1955
3. Alan Freed over WINS New York City from 23 March, 1955
Rock and Roll Dance Party Show.
4. Alan Freed Rock & Roll Dance Party plus more from 1956
5. Alan Freed After School Rock and Roll Show from 27 Jan. 1957
over WINS New York City!
6. Alan Freed over WINS New York Rock and Roll Dance Party from
10 June, 1957.
7. Alan Freed over WABC New York City from 5 November, 1959
Just a couple of weeks before the Payola scandal breaks out.
100% of sales of these shows goes to supporting and maintaining
Rock-it Radio. The shows are remastered onto Compact Disc for
modern day convenience. And are less then $10 U.S. each and we
FINDING ROCK-IT RADIO ON THE 'TUNE IN RADIO' CELL PHONE APP.
We have had a few requests from listeners that they couldn't find us on the popular
'Tune in Radio' App. on Android and PC and iphones. Running a search of 'Rock-it Radio'
will actually list 100s of Rock stations.
So, the best way to find us on this very thorough and extensive app. that
I love using myself is -
run a search on 'rockabilly' - there you will easily find
Rock-it Radio listed.
Our Tune in Radio App. webpage is also at:
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ROCK-IT RADIO AND OUR LATEST VINTAGE BROADCAST RELEASES.
Rock-it Radio has 2 Facebook pages. One for our programming
online and notifications, and the other is for our vintage
broadcast shows for sale.
The Online Station is http://www.facebook.com/rockitface
For the Rock-it Radio Launching Pad and our latest deals and
releases you can follow us at: http://www.facebook.com/rockitpad
|MISSED A COUPLE OF NEWSLETTERS LAST COUPLE OF WEEKS??|
THEN YOU CAN ALWAYS CHECK OUR BLOG WHERE IT IS ARCHIVED.
YOU CAN CHECK OUT OUR BLOG AT:
ROCK-IT RADIO DJ PAGE...
Remember you can check out all the Rock-it Radio DJ's
and read the bios of these DJ's that make these
Rock-it Radio Shows possible at:
And don't forget for even more pictures --
there is our picture page at:
IF YOU HAVE TWITTER COME FOLLOW US THERE
If you are one that tweets then please check out and join and get our
updates on your twitter account. Our Twitter link is right below.
It is our new Twitter account and we will once again start
scrolling our messages and updates on our webpages as well.
We are in our 22nd year!!! Please share the good news with your
family and friends that love original Oldies Music - We are back and
Rockin' with new shows in our program page at
Just click the MP3 speaker to the show that has your musical interest!
WELCOME NEW MEMBERS TO THE LISTENER'S CLUB!!!!
A big welcome to the below new Rock-it Radio listeners that
joined our Listeners Club from June 3, 2018 to June 21, 2018
We hope that you enjoy the music Rock-it Radio provides
and our playlists and information that our weekly newsletter
provides. Any comments, criticisms, kudos, compliments or
future ideas is always welcome and you can e mail me personally at:
Shane Ledbury - Lincoln, United Kingdom
Rosendo Bagtas - United Arab Emirates
Phyllis DuPont - Land O Lakes, Florida USA
Ann Christin Lindstrom - Vasteras, Sweden
Al Murray - Scottish Borders, United Kingdom
Richie Schneider - New York, USA
We have gained 164 new likes in our listeners club
in our Facebook page Rock-it Radio Fan Page as well this week at:
http://facebook.com/rockitface and 28 more following us
on Twitter @Rockitradio1 .
We have added a total of 198 new members to the Rock-it Radio
Listeners Club since our last newsletter. We now have 93,083 exactly
that have joined the Rock-it Radio Listeners club.
We hope that you enjoy the rare 50's and early 60's
Rock and Roll, Rockabilly and Doo Wop (which most commercial
oldies radio stations have forgotten) that we are able to play
for you from Rock-it Radio. Remember, we are here for you!
So if you ever have any requests, dedications, comments and
suggestions we always love to hear from our listeners.
Our e mail address is:
To learn more about the Rock-it Radio Listeners Club and our Free
Newsletter please check out:
It's free and easy to join and the Rock-it Radio Newsletter is always
online at: http://www.rockitradio.net/newsletter.html
PLEASE HELP US SPREAD THE GOOD WORD OF ROCK-IT RADIO!
Do you know of someone that might also like the music
of Rock-it Radio? We are desperately trying to keep this
music alive and have been doing so since 1995! Please
share the information of this station. And if you have
a website would you please consider putting a Rock-it Radio
link on your page.
There are a few to choose from in our link page at:
HOW TO ORDER OLD ROCK-IT RADIO SHOWS = YOUR PURCHASES HELP US STAY ONLINE!!!
We have received many inquiries on how to order Rock-it Radio shows that are no longer in
our on archives webpage. These shows are still available on CD and mailed to you within 24
hours of receiving payment.
To help search for older shows that you may be looking for you may want to check the Rock-it
Radio blog site. Old newsletters describing the shows and playlists
are archived there and there is a menu bar on the right side that breaks down every playlist
by month. This website is: http://rock-itradio.blogspot.com
Then you may either pay by check or money order or paypal. Rock-it Radio shows are only
$9.50 U.S. each and are studio quality broadcasts that were placed on Compact Disc here at
the Rock-it Radio Studio. We have a flat rate shipping charge of $1.50 U.S. so if you order
one or several -- it is still only $1.50
U.S. shipping. And we ship worldwide, overseas orders are mailed out first class airmail.
Instructions where to send payment is at our webpage:
If you are a member of paypal (http://www.paypal.com) you can e mail directly
and let me know via e mail (firstname.lastname@example.org) what shows you would
like we can send you a paypal invoice within 24 hours.
When you order a Rock-it Radio show or shop at our Rock-it Radio Launching Pad you
help keep these oldies alive and help us pay the bills here at Rock-it Radio.
And at the same time -- you are not getting nothing for your donation, but actually
some of the shows and memories we hope we keep alive here at Rock-it Radio.
|TOP 25 SELLERS OF THE ROCK-IT RADIO LAUNCHING PAD |
FOR June 21, 2018
HERE IT IS !!! The Top 25 Countdown from the Rock-it
Radio Launching Pad http://www.rockitradio.net/store.html
FOR June 21, 2018.
As 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. Lane Quigley - Class of 1968 50 Year Reunion
2. Rock-it Radio Shows #6051 to #6100 Flashdrive
3. RIR #181 - Wolfman Jack XERB Rosarito, Mexico 12/8/1967
4. RIR #644 - Dan Ingram WABC New York 6/12/1964
5. RIR #646 - Larry Lujack WLS Chicago 8/8/1970
6. RIR #594 - Denny Sanders WMMS Cleveland 6/30/1978
7. RIR #466 - 3 vintage Beatles interviews 60s.
8. Flashdrive Rock-it Radio shows 5700 - 5701
9. RIR #541 - Denny Sanders WMMS Cleveland 1/31/1978
10. RIR #355 - Real Don Steele KHJ Los Angeles 2/9/1968
11. RIR #179 - Jocko Henderson WOV New York 6/10/1957
12. RIR #386 - Charlie Tuna - KHJ Los Angeles 2/23/1969
13. RIR #622 - Johnny Morgan CKLW Windsor, Ontario 7/12/1967
14. RIR #222 - Ron Britain WCFL Chicago 5/31/1970
15. RIR #168 - Dan Ingram WABC New York 7/22/1967
16. RIR #396 - Humble Harv KHJ Los Angeles 9/28/1968
17. RIR #206 - Wolfman Jack XERB Rosarito 10/1/1969
18. RIR #114 - Alan Freed WABC New York 11/5/1959
19. RIR #410 - Dr. Don Rose KFRC San Francisco 4/4/1974
20. RIR #426 - Dan Ingram WABC New York 7/4/1968
21. RIR #652 - Lost Beatles Interview - Helen Shapiro BBC Radio 4 London
22. RIR #364 - Paul Anderson KIMN Denver 10/9/1964
23. RIR #397 - Wolfman Jack XERB Rosarito 8/1/1968
24. RIR #267 - Arnie woo woo Ginsburg WMEX Boston 12/12/1965
25. RIR #200 - Wolfman Jack XERB Rosarito 10/1/1969
If you would like to view these shows in depth you can check out
our Rock-it Radio Ebay Store at:
or in the Rock-it Radio Launching Pad store at:
http://www.rockitradio.net/store.html (listed by date)
and in the upper left hand corner -
there is a search box where you can type in the DJ name or
Station Call letters and that information on that show will pop up.
Ordering from the Ebay store will also qualify you for the Rock-it Radio
giveaway mentioned previously in this newsletter. Sale of
these broadcasts is what keeps Rock-it Radio going and thank
you again to everyone that buys these!============================================
REQUEST A ROCK-IT RADIO STORE CATALOG
If you don't like ordering online but still want to have some
of the vintage radio shows from the 50s through the 70s - We
understand that. That is why we still take mail orders. You can
actually save money also in our orders if you use our coupon that
comes with every catalog - That will give your order a 25% discount!
If you would like a Rock-it Radio catalog that lists over 500 rare and rockin' radio shows with famous DJs when Radio was truly radio! Just e mail us
your mailing address and we will send it out straight away!
Our E mail address is: email@example.com
Rockabilly bands looking for airplay
If you or know someone that would like airplay on Rock-it Radio we invite
you to submit your press kits to Rock-it Radio. Our website for further
Come tune into the World on your computer!
1000s of stations around the world now broadcast online. We have a
link to some of the internet top directories to help you find these stations.
Rock-it Radio Program Webpage Reminder
Remember, if the show that you want to hear is getting close to the bottom
of the list of radio shows, you should tune in as soon as you can. These shows
to have a high audio quality require a lot of internet bandwidth and memory.
And currently we can only afford the
latest shows online here at Rock-it Radio.
So, when a new show is put online it knocks the oldest one off the Rock-it Radio
archives page. Usually a show will at least last 16 to 20 days, once it is placed in
OUR SISTER STATION FIRST NATIONS BROADCASTING.
We invite you to also check out our sister station -- First Nations
Broadcasting. And tune into the rather Cool North of the Yukon and Alaska
with our very own Debbie Snowdove!
Well that is just about it for this newsletter and playlists of our latest
shows. We hope that you enjoy them.
We will do our best to keep these shows on for at least 14
days and hopefully 21 days.
All the best always,
e mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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