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TEN RARE OLDIES FROM MY IPOD

Ten songs for free.

You seldom hear these great songs on the radio anymore, but you can hear them here anytime. 

  1. Sixteen Reasons/Connie Stevens/1959
  2. Some Kind Of Wonderful/The Drifters/1962
  3. The Great Imposter/The Fleetwoods/1960
  4. Goodbye Cruel World/James Darren/1962
  5. Sandy/Larry Hall/1958
  6. Ginny Come Lately/Brian Hyland/1963
  7. Dreamy Eyes/Johnny Tillotson/1961
  8. Cinderella/Paul Anka/1964
  9. The Girl Of My Best Friend/Ray Smith/1961
  10. Cradle Of Love/Johnny Preston/1960


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Below are a couple of rare videos from England. One is a cover version of Curtis Lee's "Under The Moon Of Love" by Showaddywaddy, and the other is Cliff Richard's song "Please Don't Tease".
 
Showaddywaddy was, probably, the best "doowop group" that I've ever heard. They actually had forty hits in England from 1972 to 1982.
 
Cliff Richard was the first British superstar that paved the way for the "English Music Invasion". He's actually had hits from the 1950s to the 1990s.

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