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  • Chuck & Ingrid Berry Reelin & Rockin

    • by Scubie7
    • 2 years ago
    • 17,733 views
    Chuck & Ingrid Berry Reelin & Rockin
    LIVE
    Interview with daughter Ingrid here:-
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SHg6ivsO-6M
  • The Uniques - Not Too Long Ago 1965 45rpm

    The Uniques were a Southern Pop Quintet and featured Country singer Joe Stampley. This record was produced by Dale Hawkins. Recorded on the Paula label it reached # 66 on Billboard 3/20/65.
  • First, appreciate you listening to my show when you could. The old time KOMA radio jingles were and probably still in the archives of the current studio. Haven't been played on the air in years.

    Larry Neal

    Percy Faith - I Will Follow You

    I Will Follow You
  • The original version of this song can be found on the web at xboilermaker. On you tube video, type in Ron Goodwin-Swingin' Sweethearts and about four or five web sites will come up. The one by xboilermaker is the original.

    Larry

    Ron Goodwin - Swinging Sweethearts

    Swinging Sweethearts by Ron Goodwin.

    This is the 5th song in Time Life's As You Remember Them set, volume III.
  • This was a very big record here in OKC on our local top 40 radio station's weekly survey.

    Always did like his version better than the Oak Ridge Boys' version. Don't get me wrong.

    I like their version but I prefer this version better. Good Post.

    Larry N. Boyington, aka Larry Neal, former curator of the Wax Museum on the big 1520 KOMA

    DALLAS FRAZIER - ELVIRA (ORIGINAL)

    THE R&B SESSIONS: ELVIRA/TELL IT LIKE IT IS!
  • One of my all time favorites by Mr. Excitement himself, Jackie Wilson. Should have been a bigger hit than it was. Good Post.

    Larry N. Boyington, aka Larry Neal, former curator of the Wax Museum on the big 1520 KOMA

    JACKIE WILSON I'm Wanderin' MAR '58

    Did not chart, released after TO BE LOVED. I can't believe this isn't on YT yet!!
    Co-written by Berry Gordy Jr!!!
  • This was a very big record here in OKC in 1966 on our local top 40 radio station's weekly survey. Most of Don Cherry's Monument recordings were. Good Post.

    Larry N. Boyington, aka Larry Neal, former curator of the Wax Museum on the big 1520 KOMA

    I Love You Drops - 2 pop versions: Vic Dana, Don Cherry

    After hearing the Bill Anderson original you can enjoy these two great pop renditions from 1966.
    1) Vic Dana - # 30 hit.
    2) Don Cherry on the Monument label. It only bubbled under the hot 100 at ...
  • This record was very big on our local top 40 radio station's weekly survey back in 1959 here in OKC. My all time favorite from George Jones. He may be gone but his music is still with us. Good Post.

    Larry N. Boyington, aka Larry Neal, former curator or the Wax Museum on the big 1520 KOMA

    george jones white lightning

    • by hiwdy1
    • 4 years ago
    • 292,415 views
  • First, let me say, I did not know that the Showmen recorded under the name of the Humdingers. Personally, I always did like THE OWL SEES YOU. Here in OKC for the week of September 13, 1962, the record made its' initial appearance on our local top 40 radio station's weekly survey on Minit records. Good Post.

    Larry N. Boyington, aka Larry Neal, former curator of the Wax Museum on the big 1520 KOMA

    The Humdingers (The Showmen) - The Owl Sees You

    The "Showmen" before they were the "Showmen".
  • For the week of May 12, 1960, this version of A CLOSER WALK by Pete Fountain peaked at number 2 on our local top 40 radio station's weekly survey. Number one for that week was CATHY'S CLOWN by the Everly Brothers. Good Post.

    Larry N. Boyington, aka Larry Neal, former curator of the Wax Museum on the big 1520 KOMA

    Pete Fountain - A Closer Walk With Thee

    Pete Fountain - A Closer Walk With Thee
  • I agree with the previous comment. This is not the original Diamonds. Still a Good Post.

    Larry N. Boyington, aka Larry Neal, former curator of the Wax Museum on the big 1520 KOMA

  • Always did like this particular tune. One of the very few, I repeat, very few records I ever turned over and played the flip side. Good Post.

    Larry N. Boyington, aka Larry Neal, former curator of the Wax Museum on the big 1520 KOMA

    Hondells..... Hot Rod High...1964

    Rock n' Roll, Surfin'
  • One of my all time favorites from the Miracles. Don't know offhand how high it got nationally but with me it was always a number one record. Good Post.

    Larry N. Boyington, aka Larry Neal, former curator of the Wax Museum on the big 1520 KOMA

    Smokey Robinson - What's So Good About Goodbye.wmv

    Date of Birth
    19 February 1940, Detroit, Michigan, USA

    Birth Name
    William Robinson Jr.

    Height
    5' 10½" (1.79 m)

    Mini Biography

    Multi-talented performer/writer/producer Smokey Robinson's career, ...
  • This particular version of MOODY RIVER made our local top 40 radio station's weekly survey back in 1961 along with the Pat Boone version. Probably P.B.'s version was played

    a little bit more. Chase Webster's version was on Southern Sound Records. Good Post.

    Larry N. Boyington, aka Larry Neal, former curator of the Wax Museum on the big 1520 KOMA

    Chase Webster - Moody River

    (1961.) desperate rockabilly
    "Moody River" is a number-one Billboard Hot 100 song from June 1961 performed by Pat Boone. It was written by and originally performed by country rockabilly singer CHA...
  • One of my all time instrumental favorites from the age of rock and roll. No matter what time it was here in the OKC area, it was always MIDNIGHT IN MOSCOW. R.I.P. Good Post.

    Larry N. Boyington, aka Larry Neal, former curator of the Wax Museum on the big 1520 KOMA

    Kenny Ball and his Jazzmen - "Midnight in Moscow" (original)

    Song starts at 0:14

    Artist: Kenny Ball and his Jazzmen (Johnny Bennet, trombone, Dave Jones, clarinet, Ron Weatherburn, piano, Vic Pitts, bass, Ron Bowden, drums, and Paddy Lightfoot, banjo)
    Title...
  • This was a very big record in OKC back in 1961 on our local top 40 radio station's weekly survey. In fact, for the week of May 4, 1961, it was Number One. Al Caiola's instrumental

    BONANZA was #2. Good Post.

    Larry N. Boyington, aka Larry Neal, former curator of the Wax Museum on the big 1520 KOMA

  • Always did like this version somewhat better than the Rooftop Singers' version. It did make our local top 40 radio station's weekly survey back in 1963. Good Post.

    Larry N. Boyington, aka Larry Neal, former curator of the Wax Museum on the big 1520 KOMA

    The Moments - Walk Right In / Oldies

    Classic Rnb/Popcorn cover version of Rooftop Singers hit "Walk Right In" by The Moments (song was originally written by Gus Cannon). Released on Era 3099. 1963. B-side same song instrumental. Check...
  • This particular record made our weekly top 40 radio survey here in OKC back in 1960.

    The flip was the Everly Brothers' BYE BYE LOVE. Good Post.

    Larry N. Boyington, aka Larry Neal, former curator of the Wax Museum on the big 1520 KOMA

    buddy harman - drum twist 7''

    cool 60s instrumental
  • Always did like this record out of 1959. Should have been a bigger hit than what it was. It did make our local top 40 radio station's weekly survey when it came out in 1959. Good Post.

    Larry N. Boyington, aka Larry Neal, former curator of the Wax Museum on the big 1520 KOMA

    Jimmy Barnes-No Regrets

    A beautiful song...

    Original Issue GIBRALTAR 101 Doowop/R&B from 1958
  • This was a big record here in the OKC area in 1961 on our local top 40 radio station.

    That same year, Mr Ritter recorded the song while he was here in OKC but instead listed

    names of DJ's who was currently working here at the time. Good Post.

    Larry N Boyington, aka Larry Neal, former curator of the Wax Museum on the big 1520 KOMA

  • Always did like this particular version of this song out of 1970. Thought it should have been a bigger hit nationally. For those who may have forgotten or don't know, check out

    singer Al Hibbler's version from 1958 on Decca. Good Post.

    Larry N. Boyington, aka Larry Neal, former curator of the Wax Museum on the big 1520 KOMA

  • Always did like this instrumental version of the old Supremes' tune out of 1969. It was played very briefly on our local top 40 radio station and consequently made the weekly survey. Good Post.

    Larry N. Boyington, aka Larry Neal, former curator of the Wax Museum on the big 1520 KOMA

    Bert Kaempfert - Someday we'll be together

    Bert Kaempfert re-arranged many "hit songs" of the sixties and seventies for his orchestra. When hearing such a piece, you each time discover that "Bert knew his business as no other". Not only d...
  • Always did like this record out of 1965. I imagine now that Mr. McClure and Ms. Bass are singing this now in Rock and Roll Heaven. Good Post.

    Larry N. Boyington, aka Larry Neal, former curator of the Wax Museum on the big 1520 KOMA

    Fontella Bass & Bobby McClure Don't Mess Up A Good Thing

    Fontella Bass & Bobby McClure a brilliant collaboration from the 2 Chess Records stablemates Class RnB
  • This particular song was very big in OKC back in 1967 for Archie Campbell on RCA records. I did not know Sam the Sham recorded it. Good Post.

    Larry N. Boyington, aka Larry Neal, former curator of the Wax Museum on the big 1520 KOMA

    Sam The Sham And The Pharaohs - The Cockfight

    The quintessential Tex-Mex band of the 1960s, Sam The Sham And The Pharaohs hailed from Dallas, Texas where Domingo "Sam" Samudio was born in 1937 and raised.
  • This was a very big record here in OKC on our local top 40 radio weekly survey. Always did like this even though I don't believe it charted nationally. Good Post.

    Larry N. Boyington, aka Larry Neal, former curator of the Wax Museum on the big 1520 KOMA

    Skin Tight, Pin Striped, Purple Pedal Pushers - Sheb Wooley 1961.wmv

    Shelby F. "Sheb" Wooley (April 10, 1921 -- September 16, 2003) was a character actor and singer, best known for his 1958 novelty song "Purple People Eater".[1] He played Ben Miller, brother of Fran...
  • Always did like this record by the Fontane Sisters. It made our local top 40 radio station's weekly survey back in 1959 here in OKC. Good Post.

    Larry N. Boyington, aka Larry Neal, former curator of the Wax Museum on the big 1520 KOMA

    FONTANE SISTERS & CHARLIE SINGLETON - A Lovers Hymn (1959)

    Amazingly, the male lead singer on this track is completed uncredited on the label (Dot 15943). The Fontanes are essentially his backup trio. Fortunately, we know it is Charlie Singleton, who is al...
  • Instrumental wise, if this isn't rock and roll, I don't know what if. Good Post.

    Larry N. Boyington aka Larry Neal, former curator of the Wax Museum on the big 1520 KOMA

  • This is the first time I have heard this version. In my opinion Terry Noland's version out of 1959

    on Brunswick records is by far the better. Good Post however.

    Larry N. Boyington, aka Larry Neal former curator of the Wax Museum on the big 15420 KOMA

    Hugh Barrett - There Was A Fungus Among Us

    Awsome Rockabilly 1961
  • This was a very big record here in OKC back in 1971 on our local top 40 radio station's weekly survey. Always did like this remake of the Bo Diddley tune. Good Post.

    Larry N. Boyington, aka Larry Neal, former curator of the Wax Museum on the big 1520 KOMA

    Tom Rush

    Who do you Love
    Electra
  • I remember going to see this movie when I was a did with my parents. It made our local top 40 radio station's weekly survey. Always did like the record. Good Post.

    Larry N. Boyington, aka Larry Neal, former curator of the Wax Museum on the big 1520 KOMA

  • Sorry,

    I don't know offhand who had an earlier 1960's version of IRENE.

    Larry Neal

    Holy One - Freddy Fender

    The 1959 recording of Holy One by Freddy Fender on the Duncan record label. Many people forget or don't know that Baldemar was a mean rock and roller back in the day.
  • Would you believe I just got through playing this record here at my home. It came to my mind, so I decided to get it out and play it. I was curious to see if it had shown up on you tube. However, my copy is on the Musictone record label, with the flip being WHISPER. Good Post.

    Larry N. Boyington, aka Larry Neal, former curator of the Wax Museum on the big 1520 KOMA

  • I always did like this record out of 1961. It wasn't really all that big a record here in the OKC area but I liked it just the same. Just found out on the internet the passing of Mr. Thomas. They

    may be gone but their music lives on. Good Post.

    Larry N. Boyington, aka Larry Neal, former curator of the Wax Museum on the big 1520 KOMA

    Gene Thomas - "Sometime"

    *Several people have requested it*.
    "Sometime" (1961) on Venus label. A lilting ballad.
    Gene Thomas born Gene Thomasson in Palestine (Texas) in 1938.
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