For many of us, the Jukebox was the center of our social life while we grew up. We hung out wherever we found the music. At the pizza shop, the ice cream stand, the roller skating rink, and the soda fountain. We dropped a lot of nickels, dimes, and quarters into the Jukebox slot. The songs we played sent a message to our friends and the world, “These are the songs we love”. But we were always trying to impress the girls by playing the “coolest” songs. Listen here, and remember our Hit Parade. This episode includes: 1) Juke Box Baby by Perry Como 2) Tutti Frutti by Pat Boone 3) Jim Dandy by LaVern Baker & The Gliders 4) Be-Bop-A-Lula by The Everly Brothers 5) All Shook Up by Elvis Presley 6) He's Got The Whole World (In His Hands) by Laurie London 7) Blue Monday by Fats Domino 8) I Feel Good by Shirley & Lee 9) A Rose And A Baby Ruth by George Hamilton IV 10) A Lover's Question by Brook Benton 11) Lovin' Machine by Wynonie Harris 12) Priscilla by Eddie Cooley & The Dimples 13) The Great Pretender by The Platters (Tony Williams, lead vocal) 14) You Were Only Fooling (While I Was Falling In Love) by Connie Francis 15) The Continental by Frank Sinatra 16) Singing The Blues by Frankie Laine 17) Please, Mr. Sun by Johnnie Ray 18) Swingin' Down the Lane by Kay Starr 19) Let's Fall In Love by Vic Damone 20) Bad Motorcycle by The Storey Sisters 21) The Frim Fram Sauce by Louis Armstrong & Ella Fitzgerald 22) On the Street Where You Live by Mel Tormé 23) Baseball Boogie by Mabel Scott 24) Take Me Out To The Ballgame by King Curtis
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