Keep this in mind as you prepare your taxes. I have, however, checked and authorities will allow prisoners to receive the Turntable while incarcerated! COOL! Don't ya think?
The Turntable - Top 50's music . . . The flipSide - Great stuff from the 70's and 80's . . . PICTURESQUE! Skip and Lynn's first "New house guest"! . . . The Club PUB - Vintage cars with electric hearts!
Till Next week / be safe and I'll see you on the Turntable!
"Break It to Me Gently" is a pop song written by blues musician Joe Seneca with lyrics by Diane Lampert. Both Brenda Lee and Juice Newton met with considerable success with their versions of the song.
Brenda Lee recorded "Break It to Me Gently" on August 31, 1961 with Owen Bradley producing the session at his Bradley Film and Recording Studio in Nashville: after another track from the same session, "Fool #1", had become a Top Ten hit. "Break It To Me Gently" was released as a single at the end of 1961 and reached number four on the US Billboard Hot 100 in January 1962.
"Puppy Love" is a popular song written by Paul Anka in 1960 for Annette Funicello, whom he was dating at the time. Anka's version reached #2 on the Billboard Hot 100 behind Percy Faith's "Theme from A Summer Place" and #33 on the UK Singles Chart.
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"The All American Boy" is a 1958 talking blues song written and sung by Bobby Bare, but credited by Fraternity Records to Bill Parsons, with songwriting credit to Bill Parsons and Orville Lunsford. While Bare was in the army, Parsons lip synced the record on TV. The song reached #2 on the Billboard charts,(It was kept from the #1 spot, by Smoke Gets in Your Eyes by The Platters). Overseas, "The All American Boy" went to #22 on British charts.
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Surfin' U.S.A. is the second album by American rock band the Beach Boys. It reached number two in the US, lasting 78 weeks on the albums chart, eventually being certified gold by the RIAA, and brought the group newfound national success.