We will update and clean up this page soon. Most links
are from the 1996-2000
Geocities sites are gone, AOL sites are gone, Prodigy, BESEEN, Homestead sites are gone. I am in high tech, spent 30 years on the job on the computer, and have been on the internet since 1992. Internet is lame BIG TIME, LOL. FREE sites are a joke, dont even get on it. PAID SITES are not safe either. AOL deleted all member's site even though WE PAID THEM FOR YEARS AND YEARS. Do you remember all those chat rooms, BraveNet Chat,Yahoo Club, FIRETALK Chat, ICQ Chat,TalkCIty Chat? No wonder FACEBOOK is taking over the world. They will be here for a while - we think LOL
Links :Songs for
a rainy day
Kenny Vance's website
Pioneers's Rock and Roll, Musics, Photo
Books, Music and Commentary
You know who she is?
OUTER SHELLRoy Harper's music website
Official Frank Sinatra's Web Site
You can sign the guestbook there!
Tribute to Frank Sinatra
Collection of Pictures
Chairman of the Board!
5 OCTOBER 98 IS THE 36 th ANNIVERSARY OF THE BEATLES
FIRST RELEASE (5 OCTOBER 1962) OF "LOVE, LOVE ME DO"
OBITUARY for JOHN DENVER
Our friend Herman's dedications
RICKY NELSON & FRIENDS
RICKY NELSON's PHOTO
The VenturesWalk-Don't Run
All For The Love Of A Girl
Donna, La Bamba
The Doors' Official Site:
The Everly Brothers
The Official Bobby Vee Home Page More
Than I Can Say!
Bobby Vee's Fan Club Web Site
REPO Music Web Site
DO Wop at Tripod
Oldies But Goodies At Goecities
Oldies But Goodies Site
- My Tribute to Del
Frankie Avalon on line with PEOPLE Magazine
on August 8, 1996
PEOPLE Online Hosts Rita Coolidge 10/29/96
Lugnut and Spare Tires 50's 60's music
Official Magna Carta Web Site
Society of Oldies Collectors in Pittsburgh, PA.
Classic rock wavs, midis, graphics
SlowHandd's Expedition Music
Thomas's Babyboomer Cafe
- The Tunes
Chris's Rock On the Net!
Girl Fan Club
Ella Fitzgerald, 1917-1996
All music Guide:
or Eleanora Fagan (1915-1959)
Juke Box of the 80's.
Rock 'N Oldies, a trip down memory lane
- Terry and Brenda's Rock 'N Oldies page.
Girl Group Fan Club
Ballroom Dancing from UK.
Bands Capecode RockNet!
Links to Various Pop Groups from The 60's, 70's and 80's
A Musical Group From the 60's.
Juke Box of the 80's.
Collins Crapo's Oldies
Oldies But Goldies
Bring Back the 50's Email:firstname.lastname@example.org
Tunes of the 50's and 60's!!
Linda's WAV Web Site
Free MIDI files.
OLDIES MUSIC ON THE WEB!
Hot Song - 18.8K
Original Cat Stevens's Web Page
Stevens's Web Page by a Royal fan
Yes, The Glove One!
1965's Song! (209k)
Donny and Marie Osmonds's
Z93 Rock and Roll Classics from Atlanta.
STAR LAND, X-Files, Star Trek etc.
Melanie's Web Page.
Represents over 300 performers
MIDI, MP3, WAV SONGS and LYRICS
Nordic Downloable Music Site
MPEG Music Archive, free mpeg audio players, online radio,
vinyl database, music links, web rings and online T-Shirt
PASTIME, this site features
streaming RealAudio and RealVideo material as well as
MPEG3 downloadable sound files. Keep on Rockin' Doug, Fred, Jim
and Russ, email: email@example.com (Fred Masson)
Boomers Love SONGS
Features RealAudio and RealVideo Love songs and Poems.
International Lyrics Server
Search for lyrics by song name or titles - This site is in service again.
My Wonderful World Of Music Index Love Songs and Lyrics
I'll Be Your Fantasy
Features Songs and Poems.
he Great Lyric
Compilations Web Site
Lyric's World Main Index
Contains links to all of the lyrics available at
Lyrics World including all the songs found in
"Top 40 Hits of 1930-1999", "#1 Songs of 1930-1999",
"Top Singles by Decade" and "Artist Collections",
More Musician's Web Sites:
"Music hath charms to soothe the savage
breast, to soften rocks, or bend a knotted oak."
-- William Congreve, 1670-1729
Music represents the movement, development and transformation of motifs of the collective unconscious."
-- C. G. Jung
What people say about music:
I love all kind of music, ever since I was young.
My taste changed over time but music always
remain a truly effective mood altering system.
When I was alone, a lonely little scrawny
and skinny kid in London, I used to listen to
the Brit's classical music (London
Phiharmonica ) on my record player
late at night. Sometimes, I would run out
of electricity and I had to put more coins
(10p) in the meter. Can you imagine
finding coins and meter in the dark!
I have learned to appreciate and enjoy
more romantic, upbeat music in the last
few years. BUT when I feel
the BLUES, I would delve and dig
deep into my feeling .. and my
sadness, that is when
"Whiter Shade of Pale" and
"Diamonds and Rust" or the Moody
Blues get to dance with my inner soul.
Although I like oldies but I also like
contemporary music. I never get tired
of listening to Kenny G.'s
"The Joy Of Life" and
"Forever In Love". I would prefer
that they are the themes for my
I am in my late 40's and I loved Motown
as well as the harmony of the groups back
in the 50's. You could understand the
words and dance close to the person
that you liked - or keep your distance
from one that you did not. The music
made me feel young, and still does,
whenever I hear it. It was a great time
because things were simpler. There were
drugs, but not as prevalent as it is today.
You could go to bars at 18, and drink
legally. The music made me feel happy, and
reflected my sadness as well.
If I was in a relationship and was having
problems, the music would sometimes
cheer me up because it would tell me
that my problems were universal.
If the relationship was going well, the
music would make me feel that I was
lucky - and some of the music would
make me feel happy. All in all, the music
was simpler than it is today, but then,
so was life.
as a young man just back from
vietnam i purchased an album
" THE TEMPTATIONS IN A
MELLOW MOOD'" this had to
be one of their best. among the many
great songs was " to dream the
impossible dream". they sang it
with so much soul, and helped me
through many sleepless nights. i will
always hold the TEMPTATIONS
near to my heart.................
BOOKS, MUSIC & COMMENTARY
WITH B.D. POE
THE HISTORY OF THE BLUES:
THE ROOTS, THE MUSIC, THE
PEOPLE... BY FRANCIS DAVIS
HYPERION, NY, 1995.
IF you ever read a book on The Blues-
this is the book to read. From Pre-
History to the mid 90's the Blues
ROCK and roll fans as well as R&B
lovers will find their roots here too.
The short essays on Blues performers
are indeed a vital contribution to
black history. The reader may find
that a lot of popular music myth
started with the Blues.
COULD it be that in 1923 a rather
ugly but extremely popular female
blues singer set the standard for
every POP-ROCK performance that
followed? Ma Rainey was her name
and for her day she incorperated
elaborate set designs, outrageous
costumes with her soul shaking
vocals delivered with spirited
struts and sashays! Shades of Elton
JUST who came up with the idea of
selling ones' self to the devil for
musical success and popularity?
Was it Robert Johnson?
(Johnson's songs and lyrics covered
by groups like the Stones and Led
ZEP.) Or was it something already
entrenched in black mythology of
THE author, Davis, makes a strong
case that those famous Robert Johnson
tunes were borrowed, adapted or
influenced by previous black bluesmen.
"Crossroads Blues" he believes was taken
from Charlie Patton's 1929 song
"Down The Dirt Road Blues."
IF Rock's British invasion was steeped in
American Black Blues - Was the Folk
movement inspired by LEDBELLY?
Davis makes the case.
INDEED it was BOB DYLAN'S HWY 61
that Bessie Smith died on under mysterious
MY favorite story from THE HISTORY OF
THE BLUES is one of Canned Heat's
founder "Blind Owl" Wilson (he wasn't
blind that was kind of a tribute to all
the Blind boy black bluesmen like
Blind Lemon Jefferson but he was the high
range vocal on "Going Up The Country" and
"On The Road Again.") rediscovering Blues
pioneer SON HOUSE who had'nt played in
years. Here the white boy, Wilson, re teaches
Son House how he played his own songs long
ALSO fascinating is the story of the interplay
between Willie Dixon, Muddy Waters and
Howlin' Wolf. It was Dixon who wrote
"Hoochie Coochie Man", "Spoonful," "Backdoor
Man," and "Walking The Dog."
I found The History Of The Blues great
bedside reading - You may too!
Rock On Boomers!
Source: Interep Research Boomers tune into classical
Eight million adults listen to classical music
radio on the average day, with the largest
share aged 35-54
From USA Today Web Page: 5/18/97:
These Web Sites offer Free download
music files, we had wonderful time listening to
them. Thanks All of You!
Deb Ackley's Midi Page!
The Wanderer's Oldies!
FREE MIDI Files
Links to MIDI
Sites on the Net -
Sit back, relax, and crank up the volume!
60's - 90's Pop & Rock MIDI Archive
60's - 90's Pop & Rock MIDI Mirror Site
Midi file Central
60's sound - By Pam
The Internet Folk Radio List
Cycles of US History
Cycle (1943 - Present)
Life's Rock and Roll Galley
Rock and Roll Digital Galley
Cultural winds blow back to the future
The Washington Times: Suzanne Fields
Northern California - S.F. Bay Area Boomers Are So Lucky. We get FREE Oldies Concerts at
the Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk every Friday
Paul McCartney, Linda and children
Life Magazine 110769 cover...
Great web site that we discovered on AOL
Boomer Board, posted by Sarah792@AOL.COM
who also gave us Del Shannon new web site URL for
WABC Top 100 Songs of the Year During its
years as a Top 40 Music radio station, WABC
compiled year end surveys of the ranking of the
songs that were played during that year, usually
referred to as "the top 100 of the year"
from 1964 to 1982.
Greatest 300 Songs By K101 Los Angeles
Who was the only American artist to have
a #1 hit in Britain in 1964? (answer below)
This question is one of 554 in the great book "Pure Gold
Rock & Roll Trivia Questions" by Ron Foster. It's not
available in stores but you can order it by mail.
Visit Ron Foster's Web page for ordering information.
The answer is Roy Orbison. Roy made it to the
top spot with "It's Over" and "Oh, Pretty Woman"
that year. In fact, Roy was the only American to
achieve that feat for 68 weeks, beginning in August
of 1963 and running through February of 1965.
Discjockey.com - Internet Radio Station Network
Rock Radio Scrapbook
Radio Disk Jockies: 50-60's
Hot Rod-51?-60& 63-64
Hot Rod-51?-60& 63-64
Kerby Scott64-66& 68
Robert C. Allen-69-74
Chop Chop Fisher-61-63
Les Alexander 1951-1957
Buddy Deane 1951-1957 & 1963-1964
Hot Rod 1951-1960 & 1963-1964
Lee Case 1951?
Tony Donald 1956-1957
Joel Chaseman 1956-1957
Roz Ford 1956-1960
Gil Kriegel 1956-1961
Russ Hall 1956-1960
Jack Gale 1957-1961
Bob Forster 1958-1959
Alan Field 1959-1960
Jay Neely 1959-1962
Bob Adams 1959-1962
Mike Barry 1960
Rex Miller 1960
Buddy McGregor 1960-1962
Bid Causey 1960-1961
Larry Dean 1960-1963
Bob Foster 1961-1965
Dave Garrett 1962
Danny Sheelds 1962-1965
Bob Koolage 1962
Alan Ford 1962
Bill Gormly 1962-1963
Gene Creasy 1962-1965
Johnny Contino 1963-1965
Bobby Wayne 1963
Don Owens 1963
Tony Montgomery 1963-1964
Rudy Runnells 1964-1965
Steve Wade 1965
Brad Ganson 1965
Bobby Dee 1965-1966
George Wilson 1965-1966
Buzz Bennett 1965
Bill Taylor 1965
Barry Richards 1965-1966
Bill Sanders 1965
Ted Jaffee 1965-1966
John Patton 1966
Bob Gordon 1966
Jack Sorbi 1966
Jack Edwards 1979-1981 & 1991-1997
Les Alexander 1957-1968
Alan Drake 1957-1960
Ray Moffett 1957-1960
Lee Parker 1957-1960
Jack Edwards 1959-1973
Allan Gregg 1960
Bob Larimer 1960
Bid Causey 1960
Mike Barry 1960
Alan Field 1960-1972
Frank Luber 1960
Johnny Bishop 1960
Bob Koolage 1960-1962
Bob Foster 1960-1961
Stan Major 1960-1961
Harv Morgan 1961
Johnny Dark 1961-1965 & 1966-1990
Larry Monroe 1961-1964
Rob Roberts 1961-1963
Steve Wade 1961-1964
Paul Rodgers 1963-1969
Kirby Scott 1964-1966 & 1968
Donn Keller 1964
Bill Sanders 1965
Gene Creasy 1965-1971
Ted Jaffee 1968
Robert C. Allen III 1969-1977
Frank Young 1969
Dave MacKay 1969-1976
Bill Winters 1971
Ron Riley 1971-1982
John Harding 1972
Don Cox 1972
Tony Mann 1972
Bill Campbell 1972-1975
Dick Shannon 1972-1973
Dennis Murray 1973-1974
Jack Sheridan 1973-1976
Randy Daniels 1975-1978
Larry Hall 1974-1975
Brother Love 1975-1979
Scott Richards 1976-1982
Jim Jordan 1976-1977
Lou Roberts 1977-1982
Keith McDonald 1978-?
Ann Thomas 1978-1979
Lisa Kay 1978-1979
Joe Pachino 1980-1981
Scott Carpenter 1980-1982
Jack Diamond 1981-1982
Jack Edwards 1958-1959
Danny Thompson 1961
Dave Garrico 1961
Roz Ford 1960-1961
Donn Keller 1961
Jack Gale 1961-1963
Jim Sands 1961
Bill Foxx 1961-1962
Jerry Kearns 1961-1963
TV Whitfield 1962
Chop Chop Fisher 1962-1963
Tom Tyler 1962-1963
WWIN [Baltimore MD] 1956
WTOW [Baltimore] 1957
WCAO [Baltimore] 1957-60
AFKN [Seoul, Korea] 1960
WWIN [Baltimore] 1962-63
WBAL [Baltimore] 1964
WFBR [Baltimore] 1965-68
WENE [Binghamton NY] 1968
WITH/WITH-FM [Baltimore] 1968-76
WWDC/WWDC-FM [Washington DC] 1976-80
WITH/WITH-FM [Baltimore] 1980 - 85
WNTR [Washington DC] 1985 - 87
WFBR [Baltimore] 1987-88
American Radio Network [Baltimore] 1988 -92
WCBM [Baltimore] 1992 - 95
WITH [Baltimore, MD] 1995-2000
Lee Case 1957-1982
Danny Sheelds 1957-1960
Ted Rado 1963-1964
Ted Bair- 1963-1964
Dick Covington 1964
Larry Walton 1964-1969 & 1972-1975
Mike March 1964-1968
Bill Garrett 1964-1965
Johnny Contino 1965-1967
Bill Bolling 1966-1967
Dave Lindsay 1967-1968
Joe Kelly 1968
Dale Andrews 1968-1973
Larry Hall 1968-1970
Dan Donovan 1969-1970
Dennis Murray 1969-1973
Paul Rodgers 1969-1972
Bob Galen 1969-1972
Ron Nabors 1970-1973
Joe Knight 1973-1979
Cleo Brooks 1974-1975
Jack Edwards 1974-1979 & 1981-1982
Ken Merson 1976-1982
Terry Troyeau 1977-1982
Jerry Daniels 1979-1982
Joe Galuski 1979-1980
Walt Teas 1955-1956
Joe Knight 1956-1973
Mike James 1956-1972
Bill Jaeger 1956-1970
Dave Robinson 1961-1962
Dennis Hill 1961-?
Dan Thompson 1962
Jack Welby 1962-1965
Jack Wheeler 1965-1966
Ken Maylath 1966-1967
Johnny Contino 1967-1975
Mike March 1970-1971 & 1973-1977
Jim Morton 1970-1977
Flying Dutchman 1971-1974 & 1977
John Sterling 1971
Dave King 1972-1976
Mike Vickers 1976-1980
Larry Walton 1977-1980
Charlie Donovan 1977-1982
Dave Harrison 1977-1980
Dale Andrews 1978
Bob Moke 1980-1986
Bob Bolton 1980-1986
Jack Edwards 1988
MURRAY The K
ON The Swinging SWARAY
Dj from Phila '50's
Emperor Bob Hudson
Ron Landry -
on WDRC, Hartford early sixties
Allison Steel "the night bird"
harry harrison cbs fm
West Coast: 60's and 70's
(Contributed by TheAmuseBz from AOL)
THE REAL DON STEELE (now deceased)
HUMBLE HARV (incarcerated for killing his ol' lady)
B. MITCHELL REED migrated from NY's WMCA
to KMET and started Radio's Rock Revolution and
had a big hand in KLOS's formative years...
First thing that comes to mind is KFWB circa
1960-1961: Joe Yocam, Roger Christian, Bill Ballance,
Wink Martindale, Jimmy O'Neill
Then KRLA: Bob Hudson, Casey Kasem, Dave Hull,
Dick Biondi (for awhile), Johnny Hayes, Sy Holliday
in the mid 70, I remember Dick Whittington, J
ohnny Magnus and a Vet turned deejay named
Doc Frail being on the air - sort of FM format AM
I think something about Radio Free Oz on KRLA
in 1967 would make a neat trivia question.
Duh I only figured out the reason for the name
a couple of years ago. L. Frank Baum, author
of the Oz books, lived in LA!!!
KHJ somebody else mentioned - Robert W. Morgan,
Don Steele, Charlie Tuna,
I used a lot of transistor batteries back then!
Other Hollywood Links, Current TV shows,
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