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LANE QUIGLEY CLASS OF 1968 SPECIAL PT. 5 ON
ROCK-IT RADIO SHOW #6199
MEMORY LANE SHOW #628 - 1968 CLASS REUNION, PART 5
This week we conclude our five part celebration of the graduating
class of 1968. You were a different kind of senior back then - finishing
up high school and getting ready to transition to adult life.
But as you were looking forward to senior prom, there was an incredible
array of music on the radio, and we'll help bring you back to those
carefree days. Come join host Lane Quigley as The Memory Lane Show wraps up its 50 Year Reunion tribute to the Class of 1968.
1. Mony Mony - Tommy James & The Shondells
2. Cry Like a Baby - The Box Tops
3. Everything That Touches You - The Association
4. Tighten Up - Archie Bell & The Drells
5. Guitar Man - Elvis Presley
6. Wear It On Our Face - The Dells
7. Just Dropped In (To See What Condition My Condition Was In) - The First Edition
8. Forever Came Today - Diana Ross & The Supremes
9. Goin' Out Of My Head/Can't Take My Eyes Off Of You - The Lettermen
10. Darlin' - The Beach Boys
11. Kiss Me Goodbye - Petula Clark
12. Chain of Fools - Aretha Franklin
13. Suddenly You Love Me - The Tremeloes
14. Sweet Inspiration - The Sweet Inspirations
15. I Could Never Love Another (After Loving You) - The Temptations
16. Unwind - Ray Stevens
17. Magical Mystery Tour - The Beatles
18. Soul Coaxin' - Raymond Lefebvre
19. This Is The Thanks I Get - Barbara Lynn
20. Scarborough Fair/Canticle - Simon & Garfunkel
Though not aired their is a part 6 of the Class of 1968
for online purchases only and the details to buy the complete
set is further below in the newsletter, but here is the playlist of
MEMORY LANE SHOW - 1968 CLASS REUNION, PART 6 -
BONUS HOUR FOR ON-LINE PURCHASERS
1. Time Has Come Today - The Chambers Brothers
2. Here Comes The Judge - Shorty Long
3. The Mighty Quinn - Manfred Mann
4. Bend Me, Shape Me - American Breed
5. Lost - Jerry Butler
6. Lady Willpower - Gary Puckett & The Union Gap
7. In-a-Gadda-Da-Vida - Iron Butterfly
8. Some Things You Never Get Used To - Diana Ross & The Supremes
9. Tiptoe Thru The Tulips - Tiny Tim
10. Do You Know The Way to San Jose? - Dionne Warwick
11. Susan - The Buckinghams
12. Think - Aretha Franklin
13. Yummy Yummy Yummy - The Ohio Express
14. Choo Choo Train - The Box Tops
15. Mission: Impossible - Lalo Schifrin
16. You Met Your Match - Stevie Wonder
17. The Ballad of Bonnie & Clyde - Georgie Fame
18. Iâ€™m In Love - Wilson Pickett
19. Look To Your Soul - Johnny Rivers
20. (You Keep Me) Hanging On - Joe Simon
21. Fool On The Hill - The Beatles
22. Baby You Come Rollin' - Cross My Mind - Peppermint Trolley Company
23. Tuesday Afternoon - The Moody Blues
OTTO FUCHS & ROCKIN' THE JOINT SHOW ON ROCK-IT RADIO
DJ Otto Fuchs takes you on a ride through the best of Rockabilly
and Roots Rock & Roll, but not the sides usually associated -
the most - with listeners. Later recording output by Jerry Lee Lewis,
Elvis Presley, Gene Vincent, Bill Haley, Johnny Cash and Gene Summers,
as well as Cowboy Rockabillys such as Johnny Horton, Sid King &
The Five Strings, The Saddle Men and Afro-American Giants of Rock & Roll
like Little Richard, Chuck Berry, Bo Diddley, Fats Domino or Lloyd Price
to round things off. Dig a varied compilation of Rock, Country, Rockabilly
and R&B-Music of the 1950s, 1960s, 1970s, 1980s, 1990s and 2000s.
For requests & dedications write to firstname.lastname@example.org
Playlist as follows:
01. How I Love Them Old Songs-Gene Vincent
02. Lost Highway-Jerry Lee Lewis with Delaney Bramlett
03. For The Good Times-Elvis Presley
04. Just Together-Gene Summers
05. That Old Wheel-Johnny Cash & Hank Williams Jr.
06. I Need The Music-Bill Haley & The Comets
07. 39 & Holding-Jerry Lee Lewis
08. Catty Town-Pee Wee King
09. Sag, Drag & Fall-Sid King & The Five Strings
10. Honky Tonk Man-Johnny Horton
11. I Dreamed I Was Elvis-Sonny Cole
12. Blue Days, Black Nights-Bob Luman
13. My Little Baby-Rose Maddox
14. A Six Pack To Go-Hank Thompson
15. Crazy Arms-Jerry Lee Lewis
16. Tiger Lilly-Rusty Draper
17. Jukebox Cannonball-Bill Haley & The Saddlemen
18. I´m Ready-Fats Domino
19. I´m A Man-Bo Diddley
20. You Can´t Catch Me-Chuck Berry
21. Do You Mean It?-Ike Turner
22. I´m Gonna Get Married-Lloyd Price
23. Bring It To Jerome-Bo Diddley
24. Lucille-Little Richard
25. Back In The USA-Chuck Berry
26. Farmer John-Don & Dewey
27. Summertime-Graham Fenton´s Matchbox
DAVE THE RAVE RELICS & RARITIES SHOW ON
ROCK-IT RADIO #6201
We don't get playlists from Dave but what we do
get is some great music from the 1960s - The hits
and the true Rare Vinyl from deep in his vault.
Come tune into show #6201 and see what Dave is
spinning this week, in our program archives page.
DJ SPINNING ROCK BOOGIE AND THE MOVIN AND GROOVIN
SHOW ON ROCK-IT RADIO SHOW #6202 - ILLINOIS pt. 3
ROCK-IT RADIO: PLAYLIST: SPINNING ROCK BOOGIE - MOVIN' & GROOVIN' # 147.
"REGIONAL ROUND UP Pt 72 - ILLINOIS Pt 3".
Join DJ Spinning Rock Boogie for another show in his series, "Regional Round Up"
This is the show that features a particular State(s) of America, with some of the record labels from out of that State(s), the Towns and Cities where those
labels were based, although not necessarily recorded in, and the Artists
who recorded on them.
This show takes another look at the State of Illinois with Rock and Roll,
Rockabilly, a smattering of Doo-Wop, R&B and Soul, and the regular feature
of The Smooch Spot, all from the 1950's & 1960's.
01. Intro - Medley
02. Scrub Bucket (instrumental) - Johnnie & The Cyclones (62) McCady - Springfield
03. Well Come On - Steve Kingsmill & The Stereos (61) Alvin - Chicago
04. Mama Loochie - Harvey & The Moonglows (59) Chess - Chicago
05. I Wanna Do Everything For You - Ben Hewitt (58) Mercury - Chicago
06. Move On Down The Line - Steve Bledsoe (65) Kahill - Arlington Heights
07. Shaken' And A Shuddern' - Jim Pike & The Kephart Rockets (59) Jerome - Berwyn
08. Where There's A Will There's A Way - Carl Trantham & The Rhythm All Stars (57) Lincoln - Peoria
09. Goin' To Miami - Tony & The Del-Fi's (65) Rustic - Rockford
10. Soulful Dress - Sugar Pie Desanto (64) Checker - Chicago
11. Don't Talk To The Lifeguard - Diana Ray (63) Mercury - Chicago
12. Tell Me Darling - Betty Everett (59) Cobra - Chicago
13. Twist On Down The Line - Brenda Keefer (62) Marlo - Belleville
14. Good Man - Kitty Stevenson (51) Sensation - Chicago
15. Son-In-Law - Louise Brown (61) Witch - Chicago
16. Goodbye Train - Jim Foley & The Big Beats (60) Lucky - Danville
17. Mine All Mine - The Cuno Brothers (61) Kay - East Saint Louis
18. Sweetest Thing - J. Mikel & The Hepcats (58) Sonic - La Grange Park
19. I'm Leaving - John Lee Hooker (63) VeeJay - Chicago
20. Why Did You Leave Me (smooch) - Billy Peek (60) Peek - Unknown
21. It's No Fun (smooch) - Frank Pizani (59) Afton - Chicago
22. Over The Mountain (smooch) - Ronnie Rice (61) IRC - Chicago
23. Delores (smooch) - The Four Buddies (55) Club 51 - Chicago
24. Goodbye Linda (smooch) - Ron Jones & The C-Notes (66) Mobie - Chicago
25. I Guess I'd Better Move Along - Ray Smith (63) B-C - Joliet
26. I'm All Through With You - Mike Brewer & The Galaxies (64) Gail - Champaign
27. Mean Woman Blues - Jim Johnson & The Starlighters (58) Mid-West - Colchester
28. How Could You Lose Your Trust In Me - Jerry Jay (58) Stepheny - Evanston
29. Cotton Pickin' Heartache - Sonny Freeze (59) Guitar - Cicero
30. Outro - Medley
"Can't Stop, Keep Rockin' Kid"
FROM THE NETHERLANDS - JACK VANOERS & THE ROCKING
WINDMILL ROCKABILLY SHOW ON ROCK-IT RADIO #6203
The Rockin' Windmill is still turning like 45's on a pick-up.
The music in this show originates from The UK, The USA,
The Netherlands and Germany (including songs in German and in Dutch).
So, just turn up the volume, find your blue suede shoes and petticoats
and enjoy this Rockin' Windmill show.
1. Alone with you - Faron Young - 1957
2. The shape I'm in - John Spencer - 1989
3. Leopard man - Joe Wallace - 1959
4. Little spacegirl's father - Jesse Lee Turner - 1960
5. Don't let your sweet love die - Danny Everett - 1996
6. Moonlight stroll - Don's Rockers - 1958
7. Rockin' on my guitar - Rusti Steel & the Tin Tax - 1995
8. Won't you tell me - Doug Stanford - 1958
9. Boppin' and shakin' - The Blue Moon Rockers - 1999
10. Bitter feelings - Larry Phillipson & the Larry Lee Trio - 1959
11. Jambalaya - Normaal - 1981
12. When - Kalin Twins, The - 1958
13. Wenn - James Brothers - 1958
14. Teresa - Eddie Cochran - 1958
15. Stuck up - Emil Spak & the Encores -
16. The house is rocking - Eightball Boppers - 2005
17. Boppin' in the dark - Dub Dickerson - 195x
18. Bluebirds over the mountain - Ersel Hickey - 1958
19. Danny - Marty Wilde - 1959
20. I can't go on (Rosalie) - Fats Domino - 1955
21. All night long - Johnny Fuller - 1958
22. Teddyboy rocker - Foggy Mountain Rockers - 2001
23. Stand in line - Euel Hall - 1960
24. Rock and roll lady - Drafi Deutscher - 1967
25. That's what I call a ball - Larry Donn - 1960
26. Geronimo (instr) - Steady State - 2000
DJ BILL GREEN AND PT. 1 OF TENTH ANNIVERSARY
SPECIAL OF THE ROCK & ROLL RETROSPECTIVE ON
ROCK-IT RADIO ON SHOW #6204
Rock 'n Roll Retrospective with host D J Bill Green is celebrating
ten years on Rock-it Radio and to salute this milestone Bill has
put together a two part special. Each song represents one of many
themes Bill has spotlighted over the years. None of these songs
appeared on the original play lists so it's all 'new' material.
Can you figure out what the theme is for each? Hope you enjoy this
special Rock-it ride.
1) Old Time Rock and Roll - Bob Seger (1979)
2) Moment of Love - Bobby Darin (1959)
3) Tequila - The Champs (1958)
4) There Goes My Love - The Fantastics (1959)
5) Mr. Sun and Mr. Moon - Paul Revere & The Raiders (1969)
6) Music, Music, Music - The Sensations (1961)
7) Dizzy Miss Lizzy - Larry Williams (1958)
8) If Loving You Is Wrong - Luther Ingram (1972)
9) Papa-Oom-Mow-Mow - The Rivingtons (1962)
10) Mama-Oom-Mow-Mow - The Rivingtons (1962)
11) Heavenly Angel - Satellites (1958)
12) Just Out Of Reach - Patsy Cline (1958)
13) Just Out Of Reach - Solomon Burke (1961)
14) Mary's Little Lamb - James Darren (1962)
15) Bonanza - Al Caiola (1961)
16) Never Let You Go - The Poets (1960)
17) Never Let You Go - The Five Discs (1962)
18 Don't Try To Lay No Boogie Woogie On The King Of R 'n R - Long John Baldry (1971)
19) Pony Time - Chubby Checker (1961)
20) Back Up Train - Al Green (67/68)
21) There Is Something On Your Mind pts.1 & 2 - Bobby Marchan (1960)
22) Down Now - B.B. King (1963)
JAMMIN JAMES RILEY AND ROCKABILLY N BLUES RADIO
SHOW ON ROCK-IT RADIO SHOW #6205 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. Tokyo Bay- Nick Lowe & Los Straitjackets
2. Baby Please Tell Me Why- Gene Summers
3. Speedway- Elvis Presley
4. Smoke Smoke Smoke That Cigarette- Cousin Harley
5. I Got To Drive- Dale Watson
6. Open Road- Lil' Linn & The Lookout Boys
7. You're Humbuggin' Me- Let Frizzell
8. Rockin' n Boppin'- Hal Weston
9. Teenage Beat- Kim Wilson
10. Pandit- The Nut Jumpers
11. Jellico Coal Man- T-Bone Burnett
12. Do You Really Wanna Do It- John Paul Keith
13. Should We Tell Him- The Everly Brothers
14. Take A Message To Mary- Nick Lowe & Dave Edmunds
15. All I Have To Do Is Dream- Lee Rocker
16. Out Late Up Early- The Hi-Risers
17. Skinny Elvis- Sam Morrow (w/ Jaime Wyatt)
18. Burning Love (Rehearsal Version)- Elvis Presley
Rockabilly N Blues Radio Hour #2
1. No Way Back- Guana Batz
2. '59- Brian Setzer
3. Bedhead- Kyle Lacy & The Harlem River Noise
4. Jungle Bo- Joakim Tinderholt & His Band
5. No Use But O' Well- Lily Locksmith
6. Don't Wait Up- Laura Lee Perkins
7. It's My Lazy Day- Chet Atkins & The Carter Sisters
8. Paper Doll- Motel Mirrors
9. The Happy Camper- Reverend Horton Heat
10. Spy From Shanghai- Sultans Of Jungle
11. Rolling Stone- Ray Black & The Flying Carpets
12. Chicken Bone- The Sirocco Bros
13. Hot Dog Buddy Buddy- Bill Haley & His Comets
14. Be-Bop-A-Lula- Gene Vincent & His Blue Caps
15. Heartbreak Hotel- Elvis Presley
16. Heartbeat- Kid Ramos
17. A1 On The Jukebox- BR549
18. California Rock- Jeremy & The Harlequins
19. Girl I Need- Scotty Baker
Rockabilly N Blues Radio Hour #3
1. May Have To Do It (Don't Have To Like It)- Jesse Dayton
2. Evenin' Time- Scotty McKay
3. Power Of My Love (takes 2 & 3)- Elvis Presley
4. Take These Chains From My Heart- The Delta Bombers
5. You Gotta Try- Lily Locksmith
6. I Will Rock & Roll With You- Johnny Cash
7. Never Been In Love- Dave Edmunds
8. Kaw-Liga- Carl Perkins
9. Twenty Flight Rock- Robert Gordon
10. Circle Rock- Matchbox
11. Up and Down- Patrick Sweany
12. Queen Of Kuwait- Babe Miller
13. Rip It Up- Little Richard
14. Long Tall Sally- Jerry Lee Lewis
15. Lucille- The Everly Brothers
16. The One- Hot Boogie Chillun
17. Let Them Talk- Joshua Hedley
18. Promised Land- John Lindberg Trio
19. Goin' Back To Texas- Charley Crockett
ROCKIN DADDY O AND THE ATOMIC DOO WOP DANCE
PARTY WITH GREAT DOO WOP ROCK ON SHOW #6206
The Cool Daddy is back this week ready to
flashback to around 1957 on some street corner
in Brooklyn. Here is the playlist of this show
1. Never Let You Go-The Five Discs
2. I'm So Happy-The Ducanes
3. The Closer You Are-The Magnificent Four
4. Sweetest One-The Crests
5. When In Love-Gregory Howard
6. Pearl-The Schoolboys
7. Who Cares About Love-Vicky Tafoya & The Big Beat
8. The Bells Of Rosa Rita-The Admirations
9. I Can't Believe-Dino & The Diplomats
10. Because Of You-The Dreamers
11. House Where Lovers Dream-The Timetones
12. Don't Cha' Go-Richard Berry
13. I Found A Love-The 24th Street Wailers
14. Why Do You Do Me Like You Do-The Cleftones
15. Oh Gee Oh Gosh-The Kodaks
16. Deep Dark Secret-Gizzelle
17. Love No One But You-The Jesters
18. You're The Reason-The Charts
19. Oh Starlight-The Quinns
20. Little Star-The Elegants
MATT THE CAT & THE JUKE IN THE BACK SHOW WITH A
TRIBUTE TO R&B IN 1948 PT. 2 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 2 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 2 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. Run Joe - Louis Jordan & His Tympany Five - Decca 1948
3. Ebony Rhapsody - Rosetta Howard & The Big Three Trio - Columbia 1948
4. Wrapped Up In A Dream - Do, Ray & Me - Commodore 1948
5. Messin' Around - Memphis Slim & His House Rockers - Miracle 1948
6. My Heart Belongs To You - Arbee Stidham - RCA Victor 1948
7. Pretty Mama Blues - Ivory Joe Hunter - Pacific 1948
8. Corn Bread - Hal Singer Sextette - Savoy 1948
9. Late Freight - Sonny Thmpson Quintet - Miracle 1948
10. Am I Asking Too Much - Dinah Washington - Mercury 1948
11. Blues After Hours - Pee Wee Crayton & His Guitar - Modern 1948
12. It's Too Soon To Know - The Orioles - It's A Natural 1948
13. GREAT 78 - Sweet Georgia Brown - Brother Bones & The Shadows - Tempo 1948
14. A Little Bird Told Me - Paula Watson - Supreme 1948
15. Chicken Shack Boogie - Amos Milburn - Aladdin 1948
16. 'Long About Midnight - Roy Brown & His Mighty Mighty Men - De Luxe 1948
17. After Hours - Erskine Hawkins & His Orch - Bluebird 1946
PETE CHASTON'S DOO WOP SHOW HERE
ON ROCK-IT RADIO #6208
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. I Need Someone-The Belmonts (1961)
3. We Belong Together-The Belmonts (1961)
4. Zip Boom-The Supremes (1956)
5. Tonight Kathleen-The Valentines (1954)
6. There's Something Awfully Nice About You-The Escorts (xxxx)
7. Rang Tang Ding Dong-The Cellos (1957)
8. The Be Bop Mouse-The Cellos (1957)
9. Midnight Ride of Paul Revere-The Monotones (xxxx)
10. Ala-Men-Sy (acappella version)-The Quotations (1962)
SILLY SONG SEGMENT:
11. Gravy-John Zacherle (1961 or '62)
12. The Story of Daddy Cool-Daddy Cool (Dennis Ostrum) (xxxx)
SCRATCHY 45 RPMs SEGMENT:
13. That Old Black Magic-The Marcels (1963)
14. The Slop-The Olympics (1960)
15. Saved-LaVern Baker (1961)
16. Love Will Make Your Mind Go Wild-The Penguins (1955)
BACK TO THE CDs &/or More 45 RPMs:
17. Peanut Butter-The Marathons (The Vibrations) (1961)
18. Moonlight-The Vanguards (1958)
19. Rocket "88"-Jackie Brenston & his Delta Kings (1951)
20. Money Honey-The Drifters (1953)
SLOW SONG SEGMENT:
21. Oh, What a Night-The Dells (1956)
22. The Way You Look Tonight-The Jaguars (1957)
23. Over the Rainbow-The Dimensions (1960)
24. Most of All-The Marcels (1961)
25. Two People in the Worls-The Marcels (1961)
26. High on a Hill-The Marcels (1973)
27. (closing theme song) Adios-The Five Discs (1961)
KEN STRANGE COUNTRY RECORD ROUND UP SHOW
NOW ON ROCK-IT RADIO SHOW #6209
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. Set The Wedding - Helen Carter (57) Hickory
03. Truck Driving Buddy - Hank England (65) Process
04. Honky Tonk Girl - Gail Bliss (16) Sheer Bliss
05. Shameless - Garth Brooks (91) Capitol
06. If You Believe - George Jones (65) Mercury
07. Did She Mention My Name - George Hamilton IV (68) RCA-Victor
08. What's Left Of Me - Linda Cassady (76) Cin Kay
09. That Old Heartbreak Express - Buster Turner & His Pinnacle Mountain Boys (58) Fortune
10. Pickin' Up The Pieces - Poco (69) Epic
11. The Pill - Loretta Lynn (75) MCA
12. Since The Fired The Band Director At Murphy High - Linda Manning (68) Mercury
13. Oakie Boogie - Ella Mae Morse (57) Capitol
14. Tight Fittin' Jeans - Conway Twitty (81) MCA
15. Country Boy's Dream - Carl Perkins (66) Dollie
16. Go South Little Man - Carlton Norris (61) D
17. I Just Wonder Where he Could be Tonight - Hilka & Jebry (79) IBC
18. Mama Don't Whip Little Buford - Homer & Jethro (64) RCA-Victor
19. We'll Stick Together - Kitty Wells & Johnny Wright (68) Decca
20. If We Can't Do It Right - Kathy & Larry Barnes (77) Republic
21. Until The End Of Time - Sharon Vaughn & Narvel Felts (74) Cinnamon
22. You're The Kind Of Trouble - Solomon Burke & Patty Loveless (06) Shout Factory
23. Train Of Love - Johnny Cash (56) Sun
24. Looking For More In '64 - Jim Nesbitt (64) Chart
25. Picking Sweethearts - Jimmy Dean (52) 4-Star
26. Mean Mean Mean Son Of A Gun - Johnny Horton (60) Dot
27. Outro - Medley
"Keep It Country"
KEITH BAXTER AND LET THE GOOD TIMES ROLL
ROCKABILLY SHOW ON ROCK-IT RADIO #6210
From the UK it's Keith Baxter with some 50s Rock and
Roll and Rockabilly music.
Here is the playlist.
1 Let's Have A Beach Party - Surfin' Lungs
2 (I Met Her On The) Blues Cruise - Rick Estrin And The Nightcats
3 Hawaii - Beach Boys
4 Sugar Coated Love - Barbara Lynn
5 Twenty Flight Rock - Eddie Cochran
6 They Are Saying - Bobby Byrd
7 Too Hot To Handle - Vince Anthony
8 Teenager In Love - Marty Wilde
9 The Day We Fell In Love - The Ovations
10 Serenade - Dion
11 I Do Believe - The Count Five
12 Wham! - Lonnie Mack
13 I Don't Know - Lightnin' Slim
14 I Can't Go On - Fats Domino
15 War Of The Worlds - Atlantics
16 Write Me A Letter - Bobby Byrd
17 That's Love - Billy Fury
18 Suzie Q - Lonnie Mack
AL COOL DADDY SMITH WITH PT. 2 TRIBUTE TO CREEDENCE
CLEARWATER REVIVAL ON ROCK-IT RADIO SHOW #6211
This show continues my look at what was arguably the greatest
Rock band of the late 1960's and early 1970's ....
Creedence Clearwater Revival!
CCR ,as they were affectionately called, aspired to bring back
to Americans the music that throughout the mid '60's and into
the 70's had been hijacked by British Bands. The outstanding
success they had in their brief four years as CCR is a
testament to the achievement of that goal. This show will
continue with their story by highlighting most of the tracks
from two of their most successful albums "Bayou Country" and
"Willy and The Poor Boys".
Both albums are from 1969 arguably their most successful year.
The play list is short but several of the recordings are quite long.
The Play List as follows:
1. Born On The Bayou-Creedence Clearwater Revival 1969
2. Bootleg-Creedence Clearwater Revival 1969
3.Grave Yard Train-Creedence Clearwater Revival 1969
4. Proud Mary-Creedence Clearwater Revival 1969
5. Good Golly Miss Molly-Creedence Clearwater Revival 1969
6.Keep On Chooglin'-Creedence Clearwater Revival 1969
7. Penthouse Pauper-Creedence Clearwater Revival 1969
8. The Midnight Special-Creedence Clearwater Revival 1969
9. Effigy-Creedence Clearwater Revival 1969
10. Don't Look Now(It Ain't You Or Me)-Creedence Clearwater revival 1969
11. It Came Out Of The Sky-Creedence Clearwater Revival 1969
12. Poor Boy Shuffle-Creedence Clearwater Revival 1969
13. Feelin' Blue-Creedence Clearwater Revival 1969
14. Side O' The Road-Creedence Clearwater Revival 1969
15. My Baby Left Me-Creedence Clearwater Revival 1970
16. Ooby Dooby-Creedence Clearwater Revival 1970
GARY K THE ROCKIN' MAILMAN AND THE VINTAGE VINYL
TREASURE CHEST SHOW ON ROCK-IT RADIO #6212
FLASHBACK TO 1961!
The Vintage Vinyl Treasure Chest this time is going back to
the summer of 1961. Actually July 30, 1961. I have randomly
pulled 24 hits from the Billboard Hot 100 on that date, put them
in order from highest to lowest, placed them on the turtable
and let 'em rip. Here they are along with the Billboard chart number.
Random Hot 100 Picks for July 30, 1961
1 #78 As If I Didn't Know-Adam Wade
2 #76 Tender Years - George Jones
3 #70 Nag - Halos
4 #66 Hurt - Timi Yuro
5 #61 One Summer Night - Diamonds
6 #54 My True Story - Jive Five
7 #52 School is Out - Gary U.S. Bonds
8 #44 You Can't Sit Down Pt 2 - Philip Upchurch Combo
9 #41 Michael - Highwaymen
10 #40 The Writing on the Wall - Adam Wade
11 #38 I'm Gonna Knock on Your Door - Eddie Hodges
12 #27 The Fish - Bobby Rydell
13 #25 Hewart & Soul - Jan & Dean
14 #24 Pretty Little Angel Eyes - Curtis Lee
15 #23 Hello Mary Lou - Rick Nelson
16 #21 My Kind of Girl - Matt Monro
17 #18 Wooden Heart - Joe Dowell
18 #16 Moody River - Pat Boone
19 #14 Please Stay - Drifters
20 #13 Every Beat of My Heart - Pips
21 #12 Last Night - Mar-Keys
22 #11 San Antonio Rose - Floyd Cramer
23 #10 Let's Twist Again - Chubby Checker
24 #6 Hats Off to Larry - Del Shannon
25 #1 Tossin' & Turnin' - Bobby Lewis
26 That's All She Wrote - Rick Nelson 1963
THE COOCH JOHN MINNECUCCI AND JOHN'S ATTIC OLDIES
SHOW IS ON DEMAND AT ROCK-IT RADIO SHOW #6213
John's Attic where we feature classic R&B R&R Rock A Billy
& Blues songs & artists from the 40s,50s & a touch of the 60s
& sometime a little beyond. Some of the featured artists
for this show.Dion & Belmonts, Jimmy Reed, J.T Brown,
Hondas, Bo Diddley and more.
1. Round House Boogie- J.T. Brown -1952
2. Jim Dandy- LaVern Baker & The Gliders- 1956
3. Up On The Mountain- Magnificents- 4956
4. Big Long Slidin Thing- Dinah Washington- 1954
5. It's You I Love- Croom Brothers- 1958
6. For Sentimental Reasons-Marvells-1961
7. When You Wish Upon A Star- Dion & Belmonts- 1960
8. Dion & Belmonts- Where Or When 1960
9. Lollipop Mama- Wynonie Harris- 1947
10. Down In Uncle Harrys Basement- Jesters 1961
11. All My Love Belongs To You- Bullmoose Jackson 1948
12. Oh What a Night- Dells-1956
13. Rock The Bottle- Earl Forrest 1952
14. Diddley Daddy- Bo Diddley & Moonglows 1955
15. Crazy Mixed Up Song- Homer & Jethro 1954
16. You Got Me Dizzy-Jimmy Reed 1956
17. Tell Me Why- Walcos- 1958
18. You've Really Got A Hold Om Me- Miracles-1962
19. An Innocent Kiss- Tops- 1958
20. Angel- Johnny Ace-1952
21. Little Junior& his Blue Flames- Mystery Train 1953
22. Up Jumped The Devil-Roy Brown- 1954
23.Who Is The Girl- Rivileers 1957
24. Send It- Hondas 1962
25. 14 Karet Soul Mr. Rock & Roll
BILLY VERA'S ROCK AND ROLL PARTY SHOW GOING BACK
TO 1949 WITH GREAT EARLY R&B ON ROCK-IT RADIO
The year 1949 was pivotal in that it was the year Jerry Wexler,
then a record reviewer for Billboard magazine, coined the term
"Rhythm & Blues." The music was still, again in his words,
"Black music for black adults," although there was a small
coterie of white youngsters just beginning to discover it as music
they could dance to.
Today's show features some stars of the day, Buddy Johnson, the Orioles,
Amos Milburn, Louis Jordan, Dinah Washington, Lionel Hampton, Charles Brown
and Nat King Cole, along with newcomers like Ray Charles, Johnny Otis
with Little Esther and B.B. King. Two of the year's biggest tunes,
"The Hucklebuck" and "Rag Mop" are also featured.
1. Hucklebuck Daddy - Jimmy Preston
2. Barbeque Lounge - Arbee Stidham
3. I Don't Care Who Knows - Buddy & Ella Johnson
4. Page Boy Shuffle - Joe Thomas
5. Let's Have a Ball - Maxim Trio (featuring Ray Charles)
6. Numbers Boogie - Sugar Chile Robinson
7. I Challenge Your Kiss - The Orioles
8. Cole Slaw - Frank 'Floorshow' Culley
9. Double Crossin' Blues - Johnny Otis Orch. Featuring Little Esther & The Robins
10. New Style Baby - Jay McShann Orch. Featuring Walter Brown
11. So Long - Ruth Brown
12. Blow Big Jay - Big Jay McNeely
13. How Wrong Can a Good Man Be? - Percy Mayfield
14. Wish I Was in Walla Walla - Nellie Lutcher
15. Bewildered - Amos Milburn
16. Gravy Train - Tiny Bradshaw
17. Red Boy at the Mardi Gras - Todd Rhodes Orch.
18. Petting & Poking - Louis Jordan
19. Juice Head Man of Mine - Dinah Washington
20. The Hucklebuck - Paul Williams Orchestra
21. The Hucklebuck - Roy Milton
22. Ricky's Blues - Jimmy Ricks & The Ravens
23. In The Evening - Jimmy Witherspoon
24. Hot Biscuits -Jay McShann & His Band
25. I Didn't Like It The First Time - Julia Lee & Her Boyfriends
26. I Got The Blues - B.B. King
27. Ragg Mopp - Lionel Hampton
28. T-Bone Walker
29. Wino Baby Boogie - Joe Turner
30. Trouble Blues - Charles Brown
31. For All We Know - Nat King Cole
32. Don't Put Me Down - Jimmy Liggins
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. You belong to me - The Duprees
3. A little bit of soap - The Jarmels
4. Diamonds and Pearls - The Paradons
5. Gee (But I'd give the world) - The Crests
6. Crying in the chapel - The Orioles
7. A kiss is a kiss - Rockin' Chairs
8. I hear bells - Del Vikings
9. Lullaby of the bells - The Deltaires
10. Shu Bop - Dion
11. Little boy and Girl - Larry Chance & The Earls
12. I'm so young - The Students
13. Please say you want me - The Schoolboys
14. Over the Rainbow - The Demensions
15. Uncle Sam - Magnificent 4
16. A picture of you - The Danleers
17. I'll always watch over you - The Turbans
18. Once upon a time - Rochelle & Candles
19. Down by the Ocean - Philly Cuzz
20. Chapel Bells - The Fascinators
21. Poor Rock and Roll - Nicky & Nobles
22. Misty - Vibrations
23. Cry Baby - Garnet Mimms & Enchanters
24. Gypsy Woman - The Impressions
25. Crazy Little Mama - El Dorados
26. This I swear - The Skyliners
27. Dream Girl - Norman Fox & Rob Roys
28. One Summer Night - Philly Cuzz
29. Mr. Bassman - Johnny Cymbal
30. Shop Around (orig. Detroit Version) - Miracles
31. Stormy Weather - 5 Sharps
32. Rockin at Midnight - Sherman & The Darts
33. No one knows - Dion & Belmonts
34. Don't Pity Me - Dion & Belmonts
35. Sometimes - Danny & The Juniors
36. Looking for my baby - The Earls
37. Peace of Mind - Magnificent Men
38. 11th hour Melody - The Rivieras
39. Moonlight Cocktails - The Rivieras
40. Take me as I am - The Duprees
41. Flower of Love - The Crests
42. Without a song - Jimmy Ricks & Ravens
43. The Gleam in your eyes - The Channels
44. Share - Frankie Lymon & Teenagers
45. I'm really too young - The Nobletones
46. Teenager in love - Dion & The Belmonts
47. Don't ask me to be lonely - The Dubs
48. Earth Angel - The Penguins
49. Wonderful Girl - 5 Satins
50. it's not for me - Rudy & The Wheels
51. Since I fell for you - The Skyliners
52. Dear Heart - The Spaniels
53. Rocket Ride - Johnny Greco
54. I'll be true - The Orlons
55. Where or when - Dion & Belmonts
56. Goodnight Baby -- Imaginations
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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 7 July, 2018
This week in our archives page:
This week: The Knickerbockers with their mid 60s hit of
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.
JULY ROCK-IT RADIO FREE GIVEAWAY CD -
DJ DAN INGRAM FROM 1964 OVER WABC NEW YORK
Last month we lost one of the top DJ's in Radio. Dan Ingram
who spent many year's bringing great music to the folks of New York City
on Radio Giant WABC.
In his memory we are going to be giving away a broadcast of his show early on in his career we are giving away a show from 12 June 1964 at WABC. It's our catalog RIR #644 and one of our more popular shows.
If you wish to see what is in this Dan Ingram WABC New York 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 #16!!
This includes over 75 hours of Rock-it Radio oldies programming
from shows #6151 to #6200. 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 #16 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:
|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 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
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and read the bios of these DJ's that make these
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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 22, 2018 to July 7, 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:
Arnold Grabush - Baltimore, Maryland USA
Kevin Watson - London, United Kingdom
Linda Greenburg - Medford, Oregon USA
John O'Neill - Clarkdale, Arizona USA
Art Hamrick - Ohio, USA
Giuseppe Oliveri Jr. - Elmont, New York USA
Sigge Turski - Merlanna, Sweden
Jon Polless - Soap Lake, Washington USA
Greg Nixon - Grayslake, Illinois USA
Michael Price - Henryetta, Oklahoma USA
Christophe Voisin - Pontalier, France
Chris Scallion - Sheridan, Arkansas USA
Robert Cruts - Bangor, Pennsylvania USA
Brad Levine - Centennial, Colorado USA
We have gained 110 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 1 more following us
on Twitter @Rockitradio1 .
We have added a total of 125 new members to the Rock-it Radio
Listeners Club since our last newsletter. We now have 93,208 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 (email@example.com) 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 July 7, 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. Flashdrive Rock-it Radio shows #6101 to #6150
4. RIR #644 - Dan Ingram WABC New York 6/12/1964
5. RIR #181 - Wolfman Jack XERB Rosarito, Mexico 12/8/1967
6. RIR #594 - Denny Sanders WMMS Cleveland 6/30/1978
7. RIR #426 - Dan Ingram WABC New York 7/4/1968
8. RIR #168 - Dan Ingram WABC New York 7/22/1967
9. RIR #386 - Charlie Tuna - KHJ Los Angeles 2/23/1969
10. RIR #179 - Jocko Henderson WOV New York 6/10/1957
11. RIR #646 - Larry Lujack WLS Chicago 8/8/1970
12. RIR #267 - Arnie woo woo Ginsburg WMEX Boston 12/12/1965
13. RIR #466 - 3 vintage Beatles interviews 60s.
14. RIR #410 - Dr. Don Rose KFRC San Francisco 4/4/1974
15. RIR #541 - Denny Sanders WMMS Cleveland 1/31/1978
16. RIR #355 - Real Don Steele KHJ Los Angeles 2/9/1968
17. RIR #497 - Larry Lujack WLS Chicago 10/17/1978
18. RIR #114 - Alan Freed WABC New York 11/5/1959
19. RIR #222 - Ron Britain WCFL Chicago 5/31/1970
20. RIR #622 - Johnny Morgan CKLW Windsor, Ontario 7/12/1967
21. RIR #396 - Humble Harv KHJ Los Angeles 9/28/1968
22. RIR #206 - Wolfman Jack XERB Rosarito 10/1/1969
23. RIR #539 - Cousin Brucie WABC New York 9/3/1965
24. RIR #165 - Dick Biondi - WLS Chicago 3/9/1962
25. RIR #457 - George Granny Goose Groves KGMB Honolulu 6/27/1973
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: firstname.lastname@example.org
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: email@example.com
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