Good Morning Everyone
WOW! What a weekend. Hurricane Irma hitting Florida. We watched The Weather Channel all Sunday afternoon. Just couldn't stop. Naples, Bonita Springs, Estero, Ft. Myers, Sanibel . . . all areas with which we are familiar. We have close friends living in all those locations. As you all know Skip and Lynn had a home in Sanibel at one time so I'm sure they are watching this storm closely.
The Turntable presenting songs of the late 50's and early 60's. Today, one of my favorites, Dion sings "Lonely Teenager". . . Hey! don't forget The flipSide . . . remember Eddie Rabbitt? Well four Great songs by Eddie in that lineup. My bet is you will remember all of them. Finally on PICTURESQUE! Skip is in a . . . well . . . compromising position . . . Agreed? Till Next week / Stay safe and I'll see you on the Turntable!
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"Sweet Little Sixteen" is a rock and roll song written and first recorded by Chuck Berry, who released it as a single in January 1958. His performance of it at that year's Newport Jazz Festival was included in the documentary film Jazz on a Summer's Day. It reached number two on the Billboard Hot 100, Berry's second-highest position ever on that chart.
"I'm Walkin'" is a 1957 song by Fats Domino, written together with Dave Bartholomew.
The single was Fats Domino's third release in a row to reach No. 1 on the R&B Best Sellers chart, where it stayed for six weeks. The single also continued Fats Domino's crossover appeal when "I'm Walkin'" peaked at No. 4 on the pop singles chart.
Till Next Week