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Wayne’s Music 10/11 August 2013.  The 1950s.

‘You Keep me swinging’                                       Matt Monroe in 1959.

‘Venus’                                                                 Dickie Valentine one of the top UK vocalists in the mid-fifties.

‘Kissin Time’                                                        Bobby Rydell.

“Meadowlark Boogie’                                            Buck Griffin

‘5-10-15 Hours’                                                    Ruth Brown

‘Livin’ Lovin Doll’                                                   Cliff Richard

‘Trudie’                                                                Joe Henderson from Glasgow – his best release picked up an Ivor Novello Award in 1958.

‘Rip It Up’                                                            Bill Haley And The Comets.

‘The Treasure Of Love’                                         Billie Anthony – Gracie Fields God-daughter.

‘Nola’                                                                   Merrill Moore

‘Love Me Forever’                                                          Marion Ryan – glamour personified.

‘Think It Over’                                                      Buddy Holly and The Crickets.

‘Pennies From heaven’                                          The Four Freshmen with easy-listening vocalese.

‘Tomorrow’                                                                   Johnny Brandon

‘One Mint Julep’                                                   The Clovers

‘My Boy Flat Top’                                                         Boyd Bennett & The Rockets

‘In Love’                                                              Michael Holiday

‘Keep A Knockin’                                                 Little Richard

‘Mandolin Serenade’                                             Teddy Johnson and Pearl Carr

 

Wayne’s Music Sunday 11 August 2013 PART ONE .  1950s.

‘Something Else’                                                   Eddie Cochran

‘Long Before I Knew You’                                    Petula Clark

‘Chattanooga Choo Choo’                                    Bill Haley

‘I’ve Got A Woman’                                             Ray Charles

‘I’m Available’                                                      Margie Rayburn

‘Please Don’t Touch’                                            Johnny Kidd & The Pirates

 

PART TWO

‘Someday’                                                            Rick Nelson

‘More Than Ever’                                                  Edmund Hockridge

‘Waitin For My baby’                                            Hawkshaw Hawkins

‘Lucky Lips’                                                         Ruth Brown

‘A Rockin Good Way’                                          Dinah Washington & Brook Benton

‘Tomorrow,Tomorrow’                                         Teddy Johnston and Pearl Carr

‘Zambesi’                                                             Lou Busch (alias Joe Fingers Carr).

‘Take It Or leave It’                                               Boots Gilbert

‘When I Fall In Love’                                            Julie London

‘If You Need Me’                                                  Solomon Burke

‘Silhouettes’                                                                   The Rays

‘West Of Zanzibar’                                               Anthony Steele and The radio Revellers

‘Frenesi’                                                               Mel Torme

‘I Don’t Know’                                                     Tennessee Ernie Ford

‘Pink Shoelaces’                                                   Dodie Stevens with a smash hit on her hands at 16.

‘Flirtation Waltz’                                                   Joe Henderson

‘Anything Goes’                                                    Dakota Stanton

‘Bye Bye Young men’                                           Ruth Brown

‘How Wonderful To Know’                                  Pearl Carr & Teddy Johnston