Play List Adds 3/08

25 Mar

New Seekers – Beg, Steal or Borrow • We move into the early seventies with this Hot 100 effort that peaked at #81.

Chordials – I Wish It Were Summer • A Song You Should Have Heard from 1964 on Big Top Records.

Pink Floyd – See Emily Play • The first charting song from this super group was released on Tower records. The song Bubbled Under at #134.

Brenda & the Tabulations – Sha Na Na Na (He Loves Me) • A great Song You Should Have Heard from a group that hit the charts ELEVEN times!

Pat Thomas – Where There’s Love (There’s Hope) • A Northern Soul tune, a Song You Should Have Heard, a song you won’t want to miss!

Bonnie Guitar – Dark Moon • Bonnie’s biggest hit, peaking at #7 on the Hot 100. However, Ms. Buckingham was more than a one-hit wonder. She was a true rock pioneer – session guitartist, singer and producer. She founded and co-owned Dolton Records and cranked out hit after hit for The Fleetwoods and The Ventures.

John D. Loudermilk – Language of Love • One of the more prolific writers from the 60’s – this is one of John’s rare Hot 100 hits for himself. Personally, I prefer Sue Thompson’s version.

Four Coachmen – Summertime • One of the earliest Bubbled Under tunes – peaking at #113 in 1959. This was released on the Adonis label.

Tuesday’s Children – Baby’s Gone • A British Import Song You Should Have Heard released in London on Pye records.

Roomates – Judy • The ULTIMATE British treat. The Roomates are a contemporary Doo Wop Group that writes songs with the same feel and sound of the 50’s & 60’s. This song was released in 2004, but you’ll swear you heard it “back in the day”.

Tune in now – hear these songs and much more on Tunedex Memories

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