Oh well now, as adults, we we don't need to go trick or treating anymore. We can just buy big bags of candy and then, on Halloween night, turn the porch lights off and
how much candy is left at the end of the night!
There must be a Homecoming dance going on somewhere as the Turntable starts off with "A White Sportcoat and a Pink Carnation". The flipSide begins with CCR - "Credence Clearwater Revival's" "Bad Moon Risin" (think Halloween). Skip's Corner is all in this week featuring a rather harrowing brush with Bigfoot! Finally, our "newsworthy" SUCK'S NEWS features Steve Hartman's encounter with a professional pumpkin carver! Finally Skip and Lynn share a couple of pics of their life in Juneau on PICTURESQUE!
Till Next week / Stay safe and I'll see you on the Turntable!
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"A White Sport Coat (and a Pink Carnation)" is a 1957 rock and roll song with words and music both written by Marty Robbins. It was recorded January 25, 1957 and released on the Columbia Records label March 4, 1957. The song reached number one on the U.S. country chart becoming Marty Robbins' third number one, the song reached number two on the Billboard pop chart in the U.S. and #1 in the Australian music charts in 1957. A version by Johnny Desmond got some play also, peaking at #62 on the US pop charts.
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"Heart and Soul" is a popular song, with music by Hoagy Carmichael and lyrics by Frank Loesser, published in 1938. The original 1938 version was performed by Larry Clinton & his Orchestra featuring Bea Wain. Two different cover versions charted in 1961, with The Cleftones reaching number 18 and Jan and Dean reaching number 25. Many covers have been recorded and it has been used in advertisements.
"Hard Headed Woman" is a number 1 rock and roll song recorded by Elvis Presley and published by Gladys Music, Presley's publishing company, in 1958. In 1958 it went to No. 1 on the Billboard charts and went to number two for two weeks on the R&B chart. It became the first rock and roll single to earn the RIAA designation of Gold Record.
The Kingston Trio #16 is an album by the American folk music group the Kingston Trio, released in 1963 (see 1963 in music). It reached number 4 on the Billboard Pop Albums chart. The lead-off single was "Reverend Mr. Black" b/w "One More Round", reaching number 8.
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