Need more be said.
To start off year eleven, Lee presents the top 40 finds that he thought should have been hits back in the 1950's and 1960's.
We celebrate our tenth anniversary with a special show replete with great music, fond memories, bloopers, weird introductions and more songs from the last ten years.
- Count Bassey, Magic
- The Traniers Rocking is Our Business
- Saxophonist Marshal Royal of Count Bassey’s band, Falling in Love
- The Traniers, Good Rocking Tonight
- Joe Williams, The Come Back
- The Traniers, Go Go Go
- Count Bassey, The Moon is Not Free
Here it is.Our only Guess who show of the year. Get out a paper and pen and get ready to see if you can name the superstar singers singing their earliest songs. How oldies savvy are you? We'll find out tonight.
Some of the biggest hits of the 50's and 60's were popular but not necessarily the first time they had been recorded. Today the hits and the originals on Old Time Rock n Roll.
- Count Bassey. The Bases Are Loaded
- Bernice Gooden, What Did I Do To You
- Joe Williams, Stop Don’t
- Count Bassey, Mambo Inn
- Bernice Gooden, I Just Wanna Be Near You
- Joe Williams, Every Day I Have the Blues
- Count Bassey, Sixteen Men Swinging
- Count Bassie, With Friends
- Joe Williams, Tender Trap
- The Robins, Out of the Picture
- Count Bassey, April in Paris
- Kitty White, I’m Gonna Be a Fool
- Joe Williams, Stop Pretty Baby
- The Robbins, One Kiss
- Count Bassey. Jumping at the Wood Pile
The music made by artists of the early 1960's that affected the lives and music of the era. Much of it started on this tiny island on a tiny street in the Virgin Islands
- Count Bassey, Fancy Meeting You Here
- The Milton Twins, Oo Gogga Dee
- The Flairs, In Self Defense
- Count Bassey, The Midget
- Joe Williams, In the Evening Wen the Sun Goes Down
- The Milton Twins, Honest I Love You
- The Flairs, She Loves to Dance
- Count Bassie, One O’Clock Jump