Warm weather in florida has been elusive too. My son Jeff and his family, after a week visit, returned home on Friday. Back to MN . . . maybe that's why I'm focused on the weather. We had a great time and warm days while they were here.
Gotta get going . . . Tee time at Truman Executive course! . . . (well someone has to do it!!!)
The Turntable begins with Ricky Nelson & The Pony Tails. . . On The flipSide . . . Jay and the Americans and The Beach Boys! Interesting piece on Sucks News. The rarest and most expensive cars in the world. Finally Skip is putting the finishing touches on his next major release. Wow! It's about his interaction with eagles in Alaska.
A Belated "Happy Easter" to you all. Hope you didn't eat too many Peeps!
Well, that's a wrap!
Till Next week / be safe and I'll see you on the Turntable!
"Poor Little Fool" is a rock and roll song written by Sharon Sheeley and first recorded by Ricky Nelson in 1958.The song was recorded by Ricky Nelson on April 17, 1958, and released on Imperial Records through its catalog number: 5528. It was the first number-one song on Billboard magazine's then-new Hot 100 chart, replacing the magazine's Jockeys and Top 100 charts.
"Tom Dooley" is a North Carolina folk song based on the 1866 murder of a woman named Laura Foster in Wilkes County, North Carolina, allegedly by Tom Dula. The song is best known today because of a hit version recorded in 1958 by The Kingston Trio. This version was a multi-format hit, which reached #1 in Billboard and the Billboard R&B listing, and appeared in the Cashbox Country Music Top 20.
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"Hard Headed Woman" is a rock and roll song recorded by Elvis Presley and published by Gladys Music, Presley's publishing company, in 1958. The song was released as a single in both 78 RPM and 45 RPM formats. 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.
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