I have been an expert on the oldies for many years, having grown up in that era and accumulating a rather large record collection. My greatest expertise is in the areas of Doo Wop and the music of the 60`s. What I do not remember I can usually find in my vast collection of music source books.
I have been one of the most reliable sources of oldies information on another well-known site.
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Kenneth- I was in charge of security for their performance at the Pavilion in Flushing Meadow Park NY. John Bonham had too much to drink and puked on stage and tipped over on his drums. He was taken off
Skip- "Elizabeth" by the Hollywood Flames was a very cool song about Elizabeth Taylor. If this is the one you are looking for it is here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SfI6OVNMwSU or here by Brook
Cindy- These are three I found on the USA OLDIES website with a Google search: Lee,Johnnie: Cindy Lou/They re wrong, FONTANA 267112, EX Penner,Dick: Your honey love/Cindy Lou, SUN 282,EX
Andy Williams recorded "Can't Get Used to Losing You" in 1963 on Columbia Records .It hit #2 on the US charts. I think this is the one you are looking for: "Guess there's no use in hangin' 'round Guess
Rich- The only one thing I was able to find is that they recorded "The Girl Of My Dreams" as the A side and "Dolores" as the B side of Onezy #101. I am sure you are looking for more info but I hope this
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