OK! now down to today's business.
Turntable . . . "Oh Boy!" Fifties at it's best!! flipSide . . . Johnny Cash mixes it up behind bars. Oh, and thank you Dick for your contribution! PICTURESQUE! Sharon shares with us a picture very near and dear to her heart! Thanks Sharon, you're doing a great job! Finally, Sharon returns in The Club PUB for her final installment of "Making Maple Syrup". Lot's of work Sharon, but certainly worth the effort.
Well, that's a wrap!
Till Next week / be safe and I'll see you on the Turntable!
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"All Shook Up" is a song recorded by Elvis Presley, published by Elvis Presley Music, and composed by Otis Blackwell. The single topped the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 on April 13, 1957, staying there for eight weeks. It also topped the Billboard R&B chart for four weeks, becoming Presley's second single to do so, and peaked at No. 1 on the country chart as well. It is certified 2X Platinum by the RIAA. It was ranked #352 on Rolling Stone's list of the 500 Greatest Songs of All Time
"Come Go with Me" is a song written by C. E. Quick (a.k.a. Clarence Quick), an original member (bass vocalist) of the American doo-wop vocal group The Del-Vikings The song was originally recorded by The Del-Vikings in 1956 and was released on Fee Bee Records. Norman Wright was the lead vocalist on this song. When the group signed with Dot Records in 1957, the song became a hit, peaking at #4 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart and becoming the group's highest-charting song.
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"Oh, Boy!" is a song written by Sonny West, Bill Tilghman and Norman Petty. It was originally recorded by Sonny West in the late 1950s but did not achieve commercial success. It was later recorded by Buddy Holly and the Crickets between June 29 and July 1, 1957, at Petty Studios in Clovis, New Mexico, with Holly singing lead vocals and the Picks providing backing vocals. The song peaked at number 10 on the US charts, and number 3 on the UK charts in early 1958.
"Here Comes Summer" was a 1958 song, which was written and performed by Jerry Keller. The song was released on Kapp Records in the United States and London Records in the United Kingdom.
In 1959 it spent 13 weeks on the Billboard Hot 100, reaching No. 14, while spending one week at No. 1 on the UK's New Musical Express chart