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InIGuy

DJ since May 2, 2009
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kanaka wai wai

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InIGuy I see friends shaking hands -- saying how do you do -- They're really saying "I Love You"
InIGuy There is a road, no simple highway, Between the dawn and the dark of night, And if you go no one may follow, That path is for your steps alone.

Ripple

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InIGuy gotta be fun in the 50's! When you worry about the H-bomb, you escape into great Rock and Roll!

The Monotones: Who Wrote The Book Of Love

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InIGuy in my head 4 days: "constant reminders-the plight of our brothers." Procol Harum, Procol Harum, Procol Harum!
InIGuy One last one from the 50's, from George Clooney's aunt, Rosemary - Tap your toes to the metaphysical 'this ole house'
InIGuy Another folk? hit? from the sausage guy: Jimmy Dean -- Big Bad John. We say good-bye to 1961 with this one...
InIGuy in 1961 folk was big: Michael, row the boat ashore, by the Highwaymen was BIG (Couldn't find the Mitch and Mickey version :-))
InIGuy Couldn't find the Barry Mann version, this 1962 tribute to Doo Wop rock, still has <em>it</em>.
InIGuy from 1961 Ben E. King's timeless masterpiece (can you believe it only was #63 that year - how foolish not know how great this was)
InIGuy While tipping our hat to Chubby Checker, we couldn't forget the pre-British Invasion dance tit from Little Eva
InIGuy The macarena of 1960 -- the eternal twist. Introduced by "Chubby Checker" (How did Fat's Domino let that one get by?)
InIGuy Mule Skinner Blues was a wildman's chant. A mantra of sorts -- yee hee, hee, hee, buck buck bucket!
InIGuy also from 1960 -- With Fats domino, we could walk the blues away -- as cleansing as a Bach fugue.
InIGuy after the music died, in 1960 we took solace in a song about a comic strip -- the classic Alley Oop
InIGuy So what did we listen to after the day the music died? Try this 1960 chart topper from Roy Orbison
InIGuy A final note from Ritchie V. rounding out the ill-fated three. Rock and Roll wasn't all high speed: 50's teens had to have slow dances too!

Ritchie ValensDonna

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InIGuy Ritchie Valens, the Chicano Rocker from Pacoima (not Paco Ima, my friends) rocketed to the top and then to eternity on Feb 3, 1959.
InIGuy Now let's just aks -- Did the Big Bopper invent Rap in the '50's?? What else could it be, he ain't singing!
   
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