As our country moves forward to update and repair aging infrastructure should global warming be taken into consideration? If global warming is real, areas bordering the Pacific, Gulf and Atlantic coastlines will be hit hard.
Today in the Club PUB the case for global warming is reviewed. The Scientific community lays out its proof that global warming is real and is caused by man.
OK now down to business.
The Turntable - More 50's HS Favorites . . . The Flipside It's the 80's . . . Is Global Warming real? Is it caused by MAN? Read about it in The Club PUB!
Well . . . That's a wrap!
Till Next week / be safe and I'll see you on the Turntable!
(1969)"Put Your Head on My Shoulder" is a song written by Canadian singer-songwriter Paul Anka. Anka's version was recorded in August 1958 and released as a single by ABC-Paramount in 1959 as catalog number 4510040. It was arranged and conducted by Don Costa. The B-side was "Don't Ever Leave Me". "Put Your Head on My Shoulder" became very successful, reaching number 2 on the Billboard Hot 100.
"Kansas City" is a rhythm and blues song written by Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller in 1952. First recorded by Little Willie Littlefield the same year, the song later became a #1 hit when it was recorded by Wilbert Harrison in 1959. "Kansas City" became one of Leiber and Stoller's "most recorded tunes, with more than three hundred versions," with several appearing in the R&B and pop record charts.
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"There Goes My Baby" is a song written by Ben E. King (Benjamin Nelson), Lover Patterson, George Treadwelland produced by Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller for The Drifters. This was the first single by the second incarnation of the Drifters (previously known as the 5 Crowns), who assumed the group name in 1958 after manager George Treadwell fired the remaining members of the original lineup.
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Sammy Turner (born Samuel Black, June 2, 1932, Paterson, New Jersey) is an American singer, who was popular at the end of the 1950s. He was signed to Bigtop Records late in the 1950s, and his releases featured production from Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller. He scored several hits on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1959 and 1960; the biggest were "Lavender-Blue", a #3 chart record on the Billboard Hot 100