Interestingly our website statistics show an aberration that is puzzling. There seems to be an unusual level of interest in our 10/12/2015 Turntable. I took a look at it and really liked the selections. Today is a copy of that release - (for the most part).
Since this week will be a bit nostalgic, I decided to copy the "flipSide" published on 10/12/2015 too! Back then the flipSide was promoting "Oh Brother where art thou". Lots of fun! Hope you like it!
The Turntable - 10/12/2015 revisited . . . The flipSide - 10/12/2015 revisited . . . PICTURESQUE! - A rare snowy day in Seattle . . . The Club PUB - spiked sparkling water is trending here and everywhere
Till Next week / be safe and I'll see you on the Turntable!
The Tokens are an American male doo-wop-style vocal group and record production company group from Brooklyn, New York. They are known best for their chart-topping 1961 single, "The Lion Sleeps Tonight" In early 1961, the Tokens released a single for Warwick Records titled "Tonight I Fell In Love," which scored No. 15 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart and earned the group an opportunity to perform on the television program American Bandstand.
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The Alley Cats were a musical group active in 1960s. One of their releases saw moderate airplay and chart action. Their first record was their most popular: "Puddin N' Tain", a song based upon a children's playground chant, entered the charts January 1963 and achieved a chart position of 43 in the United States when released on Philles Records 45rpm #108.