One Of The Guys – Vinnie Monte • A “teen idol” wannabe – Vinnie recorded for MANY labels, but never achieved chart success. This cute Song You Should Have Heard is about other singers who DID make it.
Little Boxes – Womenfolk • The shortest song to hit the Hot 100 – written by Pete Seeger.
Come With Me To The Sea – Tymes • The Fabulous Flipside of “Wonderful Wonderful”.
Your Big Brown Eyes – Bobby Comstock • NONE of Bobby’s charted hits compare to this great teen Song You Should Have Heard from 1961. My favorite tune by Bobby.
Armstrong – John Stewart • It’s hard to believe this only hit #74 on the Hot 100. History is put to music with John’s interpretation of the first man to walk on the moon.
Four On The Floor – Shut Downs • This car song just made the Bubbled Under chart at #131 in 1963.
The Happy Whistler – Don Robertson • We go back to 1956 for this Hot 100 hit that peaked at #6.
I’m Gettin’ Married – Jamie Coe • The late George Covalas from Michigan with a Song You Should Have Heard from 1961 on the ABC-Paramount label.
Nola – Billy Williams • Ex lead singer of the Doo Wop group “The Chairoteers”. This effort climbed to #39 on the Hot 100.
I Remember Dear – Tune Weavers • Margo Sylvia takes the lead on this Song You Should Have Heard.
Red Don’t Go With Blue – Jimmy Clanton • Bubbled Under at #115 in 1963 on Philips records.
T-Shirt – The Crickets • Released in 1988, this Song You Should Have Heard was aimed at the Country charts, despite being produced by Sir Paul McCartney. Almost 30 years after the “day the music died”.
Can’t Help But Wonder Where I’m Bound – Kingston Trio • The group left Capitol for Decca and this 1965 version of the Tom Paxton classic is a Song You Should Have Heard.
Whoever Finds This I Love You – Mac Davis • We move to 1970 with this Hot 100 effort from Mac that peaked at #53. Both Steve and I have always liked this song.
All Winter Long – Sherry Starlyn • Local songstress with a Song You Should Have Heard from 1964 on the Cleveland label, Sunburst.