Thursday, November 10, 2005

As promised, this Saturday, we'll be featuring the Deep River Quartet performance from October 22, which did not go out over the air that day because of transmission problems. Once again, thanks to Karen Efron for sending a tape of that show to enable this rebroadcast.

Thanks to everyone who contributed to recent fund drive. The listeners to this show were especially generous. And for those who did not pledge... it's never too late!

Here's the playlist from last Saturday:

1 Can't Do Sixty No More - The Dominoes
2 Hey Now - The Voices
3 Ding A Ling Coo Coo Mop - The Schoolboys
4 The Shrine Of St. Cecilia - Ruth Brown
5 Baby I Need You - The El Dorados
6 The Greatest Song I Ever Heard - The Four Tunes
7 Hold Me Tenderly - Bobby "Blue" Bland
8 Where's My Girl - Jesse Belvin
9 Some Day Bye And Bye - The Spiders
10 Foolish Me - The Moonglows
11 Single Life - Billy Tate
12 I Sold My Heart To The Junkman - The Four Tunes
13 My Gal Is Gone - The El Dorados
14 Sentimental Journey - Ruth Brown And Her Rhythm Makers
15 Small Token Of My Love - Jato Vondel
16 Oh My Love - Rick And The Masters
17 Deep Inside Me - The Tams
18 I've Been In The Storm - The Harmonizing Four
19 Oo Wee - The Hearts
20 No Greater Love - The Embers
21 Little Jane - The Four Tunes
22 Sea Of Love - Ruth Brown
23 Bim Bam Boom - The El Dorados
24 Wedding Bells - The Senators
25 Come On Baby - The Cordovans
26 Let Them Love (And Be Loved) - The Dreamlovers


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