Silver-Haired-Hippy wrote:well, thats my sleepless nights taken care of! In fact I will be lucky to get to bed!! Love all the oldies. Loretta
Sheelagh Tequila wrote:Great thread Peter.
Born too late by,,The Pony Tails..
Reminds me of staring at Eddy Lloyd across the classroom,,he was born April 1949 and I was born August
FLloyd43 wrote:Jailhouse Rock - Elvis
Rock Around the Clock - Bill Haley & the Comets
Hound Dog - Elvis
That'll be The Day - Buddy Holly
Don't Be Cruel - Elvis
Bye, Bye Love- - The Everly Bros
Whole Lot of Shakin' Goin' On - Jerry Lee Lewis
Great Balls of Fire - Jerry Lee Lewis
Why Do Fools Fall in Love - Frankie Lymon and the Teenagers
Good Golly Miss Molly - Little Richard
Just a few of my favourites from the 50s,
Silver-Haired-Hippy wrote:Peter, I know it isnt rock an roll, but can you find me the song Scarlet Ribbons? no idea who sang it, I remember hearing when i was a child and it has sort of stuck in my memory. Loretta
miv donelan wrote:Miss you nights Cliff Richard
Sound of silence Simon and Garfunkel
Forever in Blue Jeans Neil Diamond
Anything by the Beatles and Elvis
margaret willee wrote:Thanks Peter love e'm all ... what a great time we had ...
I loved the Dutch collage swing band ........................... M
scotty wrote:As well as all the oldies,I was always a fan of P.J. Proby.HOLD ME being my fav song of his.I guess if he hadn't of been so flamboyant on stage I.E. splitting his pants, he would have gotten even bigger than he was.It got to the point where the radio stations would not even play his songs.Pity.
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