I may choose to release this Turntable Sunday Nite. Those doctors get up really, really early.
The flipSide today features the Eagles. The first three songs you will all recognize! . . . I'm sure . . but the third is a real surprise. Make sure you take a moment to listen to it! I never heard it before . . . should have been a hit! Maybe as big as the other three.
Dick Neuses sent a cool replay of The Diamonds hit "Little Darlin". The video will play the original 1957 version and follow up with a version sung in 2004. I'm pretty good at this stuff but I swear, I can't tell the difference between those two performances! You'll find it posted in "Sucks News" Why Sucks news? Well, If you had to sing the same song for 60 years to make a living I think you would say it "Sucks" too!
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"Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On" (sometimes rendered "Whole Lot of Shakin' Going On") is a song written by Dave "Curlee" Williams and usually credited to him and James Faye "Roy" Hall. The song was first recorded by Big Maybelle, though the best-known version is the 1957 rock and roll/rockabilly version by Jerry Lee Lewis.
Travis and Bob were an American rock and roll duo from Jackson, Alabama. Its members were Travis Pritchett (born on 18 March 1939 in Jackson) and Bob Weaver (born on 27 July 1939 in Jackson). In 1959, they released a single on the independent label Sandy Records called "Tell Him No", which was written by Pritchett. Dot Records picked up the single for nationwide distribution, and it became a hit, reaching #21 on the Billboard R&B charts and #8 on the Billboard Hot 100. Despite recording further singles for Big Top Records and Mercury Records, the duo never had another hit single.
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