Hard to believe that September is already half over! Starting to see some peaks of fall color . . . still . . . warm days and cool nights. School buses on the street are beginning to look normal. Fall will fall apart soon enough and it'll be time to dust off the rakes and get busy in the yard. Is there any season that starts or ends without me having to DO SOMETHING???
The Turntable continues to feature our old High School music. I gotta say . . . I love the oldies! The flipSide is featuring Charlie Rich. Remember him? 1970's "Behind Closed Doors" was one of my favorites back then . . . still is! PLEASE BE SURE TO TUNE INTO PICTURESQUE! This week it includes a kind of quiz! If you can figure out how to place a note in the "comments" section please express your opinion there!
Till Next week / Stay safe and I'll see you on the Turntable!
"I'm Gonna Get Married" is a 1959 R&B/pop hit written by Harold Logan and Lloyd Price and recorded by Lloyd Price. The single was his follow-up to "Personality" and, like that entry, "I'm Gonna Get Married" went to number one on the Billboard R&B chart, where it stayed for three consecutive weeks. The single was the last of his four number ones, as well as his fifth Top 40 single, peaking at number three for two weeks on the Billboard Hot 100 pop singles chart.
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Buddy Holly is a studio album by Buddy Holly. It was released by Coral Records on February 20, 1958. The album collects Holly's four hit singles released on the Coral label; "Words of Love", "Peggy Sue", "I'm Gonna Love You Too", and "Rave On!". The backing group was Buddy Holly's current band, the Crickets. Some re-releases include the tracks from Holly's next single, "Early in the Morning" backed with "Now We're One", and "Take Your Time", the B-side of the single "Rave On".
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The Del-Vikings (also known as The Dell-Vikings) are an American doo-wop musical group, who recorded several hit singles in the 1950s, and continued to record and tour with various lineups in later decades. The group was notable for being one of the few racially integrated musical groups to attain success in the 1950s.
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