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Featuring the Golden Era of American Rock & Roll. The Rockin' Eddy Oldies Radio Show, brings you the widest selection of oldies anywhere on our planet Earth. All the hits and misses from the genres of Soul, Motown, Country, Doo-Wop, Folk and Rock 'n' Roll. We play the very first golden age of American Rock 'n' Roll. You'll hear all the charted hits from and beyond the Top 40. !

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Featuring the Golden Era of American Rock & Roll. The Rockin' Eddy Oldies Radio Show, brings you the widest selection of oldies anywhere on our planet Earth. All the hits and misses from the genres of Soul, Motown, Country, Doo-Wop, Folk and Rock 'n' Roll. We play the very first golden age of American Rock 'n' Roll. You'll hear all the charted hits from and beyond the Top 40. !

    Rockin' Eddy Oldies Show 22-Nov-20: Rock & Roll, R&B, Doo-Wop, Girl Groups, Jazz, Folk

    Rockin' Eddy Oldies Show 22-Nov-20: Rock & Roll, R&B, Doo-Wop, Girl Groups, Jazz, Folk

    Rockin' Eddy playing the Golden Age of American Rock & Roll featuring Sunny Dae & The Knights - "Rock Around The Clock", The Isley Brothers - "Nobody But Me", Eugene Pearson - "A Thousand Stars", The Four Tunes - "I Understand", (Twin Spin) Brenda Lee - "I'm Sorry" (A-side) / "That's All You Gotta Do" (B-side), The Raindrops - "Hanky Panky", Barbie Gaye - "My Boy Lollipop", The Top Notes - "I Love You So Much", The Lettermen - "When I Fall In Love", The Olympics - "Good Lovin", Eddie & The Starlights - "To Make A Long Story Short", The Dells - "Oh What A Good Night", Chan Romero - "Hippy Hippy Shake", Yvonne Fair - "I Found You", Johnny Smith - "Walk, Don't Run", Aretha Franklin - "Rock-a-Bye Your Baby With A Dixie Melody", Johnny & Jackey - "Someday We'll Be Together", The Cardinals - "The Door Is Still Open", Jimmie Rodgers - "The Wreck Of The John B.", The Clovers - "Blue Velvet", Karen Carpenter - "Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me".

    • 1 hr
    Rockin' Eddy Oldies Show 15-Nov-20: Rock & Roll, R&B, Doo-Wop, Girl Groups

    Rockin' Eddy Oldies Show 15-Nov-20: Rock & Roll, R&B, Doo-Wop, Girl Groups

    Rockin' Eddy playing the Golden Age of American Rock & Roll featuring Piano Red - "Jump Man Jump", Herman Manzy & His Orchestra - "I'm Your Rockin' Man", Little Willie John - "Sleep", Titus Turner - "We Told You Not To Marry", The Boss-Tones - "Mope-Itty-Mope", (Twin Spin) The Aquatones - "You" (A-side) / "She's The One For Me" (B-side), Randy & The Rainbows - "Denise", The Lanes - "Open Up Your Heart", Fats Domino - "Going To The River", The Bell Notes - "I've Had It", The Wonders - "I'll Write A Book", Joey Dee & The Starlighters - "Shimmy Baby", Clyde McPhatter - "Deep Sea Ball", O'Henry & Barbara - "Why Do I Love You", The Belmonts - "Diddle De Dum", Ronnie Baker & The Deltones - "My Story", The Poets - "She Blew A Good Thing", Bobby Skel - "Sheila Ann", The Poppies - "Lullaby Of Love", Glen Campbell - "Turn Around, Look At Me".

    • 59 min
    Rockin' Eddy Oldies Show 8-Nov-20: Rock & Roll, R&B, Girl Groups

    Rockin' Eddy Oldies Show 8-Nov-20: Rock & Roll, R&B, Girl Groups

    Rockin' Eddy playing the Golden Age of American Rock & Roll featuring The Hunters - "Teen Scene", Rosco Gordon - "No More Doggin", Gerry Granaham - "No Chemise, Please", The Reflections - "Romeo & Juliet", Noble Thin Man Watts & His Rhythm Sparks - "Hard Times", Roy Orbison - "Uptown", (Twin Spin) Neil Sedaka - "Breaking Up Is Hard To Do" (A-side) / "As Long As I Live" (B-side), The Spiders - "I Didn't Want To Do It", The Crests - "The Angels Listened In", The Pixies Three - "Birthday Party", Tony Allen - "Nite Owl", Gene Pitney - "Every Breath I Take", Brenda Lee - "As Usual", Willie Headen - "Let Me Cry", The Fugitives - "Freeway", Sam Cooke - "That's It, I Quit, I'm Movin' On", King Curtis - "The Honeydripper", Tommy Sands - "Sing Boy Sing", The Pearls - "Let's You And I Go Steady", The Gaylords - "Ma-Ma-Ma Marie", The Everly Brothers - "Let It Be Me".

    • 58 min
    Rockin' Eddy Oldies Show 1-Nov-20: Rock & Roll, R&B, Doo-Wop

    Rockin' Eddy Oldies Show 1-Nov-20: Rock & Roll, R&B, Doo-Wop

    Rockin' Eddy playing the Golden Age of American Rock & Roll featuring Larry Williams - "Dizzy Miss Lizzie", Tico & The Triumphs - "Motorcycle", Curtis Lee - "Beverly Jean", Joe & Ann - "Gee Baby", Eileen Rodgers - "Miracle Of Love", (Twin Spin) Ernie K. Doe - "Mother-in-Law" (A-side) / "Wanted, $10,000 Reward" (b-side), Frankie Ford - "Sea Cruise", Rufus Thomas - "Bear Cat", Les Cooper & The Soul Rockers - "Wiggle Wobble", Bo Diddley - "Cadillac", Patsy Cline - "When I Get Through With You", The Platters - "I'm Sorry", Joni James - "There Must Be A Way", Ted Self - "Little Angel Come Rock Me To Sleep", Somethin' Smith - "I Don't Want To Set The World On Fire", The Emanons - "Change Of Time", The Safaris - "Image Of A Girl", Jackie Wilson - "I'll Be Satisfied", Chubby Checker - "The Fly", Tommy Edwards - "Please Love Me Forever".

    • 58 min
    Rockin' Eddy Oldies Show 18-Oct-20: Rock & Roll, R&B, Doo-Wop, Motown, Country Crossover, Folk

    Rockin' Eddy Oldies Show 18-Oct-20: Rock & Roll, R&B, Doo-Wop, Motown, Country Crossover, Folk

    Rockin' Eddy playing the Golden Age of American Rock & Roll featuring The Beach Boys - "Little Deuce Coupe", Dion - "Donna The Prima Donna", The Jive Bombers - "Bad Boy", The Harptones - "My Memories Of You", Jimmy Gilmer & The Fireballs - "Daisy Petal Pickin", (Twin Spin) Joe Barry - "I'm A Fool" (A-side) / "I Got A Feeling" (B-side), Diane Renay - "Kiss Me Sailor", Terry Stafford - "I'll Touch A Star", Billy Grammer - "Gotta Travel On", Marvin Gaye - "Pretty Little Baby", Gene Allison - "You Can Make It If You Try", Paul Peterson - "She Can't Find Her Keys", The Ray Bryant Combo - "The Madison Time", The Charms - "Gum Drops", Skeeter Davis - "I Can't Stay Mad At You", Shirley Ellis - "The Puzzle Song", The Spiders - "Witchcraft", Billy Deaton - "I'd Rather Stumble Into Your Arms", Ike & Tina Turner - "It's Gonna Work Out Fine", Vic Dana - "Red Roses For A Blue Lady", Dickey Lee - "Girl From Peyton Place", The New Christy Minstrels - "Today".

    • 1 hr
    Rockin' Eddy Oldies Show 11-Oct-20: Rock & Roll, R&B, Doo-wop, Motown, Country Crossover

    Rockin' Eddy Oldies Show 11-Oct-20: Rock & Roll, R&B, Doo-wop, Motown, Country Crossover

    Rockin' Eddy playing the Golden Age of American Rock & Roll featuring The Trojans - "Alone In This World", Fats Domino - "Blueberry Hill", Neil Sedaka - "Little Devil", Ruth Brown - "I Can See Everybody's Baby", Sam Cooke - "Good Times", (Twin Spin) The Chiffons - "One Fine Day" (A-side) / "Why Am I So Shy" (B-side), Wade Flemons & The Newcomers - "Here I Stand", Bobby Rydell - "That Old Black Magic", Bobby Vinton - "There I've Said It Again", Eddie Holland - "Leaving Here", Joe Hinton - "Funny How Time Slips Away", The Valtones - "Have You Ever Met An Angel", Terry & Jerry - "People Are Doing It Every Day", Chubby Checker - "Limbo Rock", The Vocaltones - "I'll Never Let You Go", Pee Wee Crayton - "Hillbilly Blues", Chris Montez - "Let's Dance", The Chordettes - "Lollipop", Faron Young - "There's Not Any Like You", Bobby Darin - "Lovin' You", Bobby Bare - "Ode To The Little Brown Shack Out Back"

    • 1 hr

Customer Reviews

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Rockin’ Eddies Oldies

Refreshing variety of all kinds of oldies. Keeps my attention with the upbeat style.

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I love it so far.

These podcast episodes come from the original radio show. My original review follows: If you're looking for early Rock-and-Roll, DooWop, R&B, Soul, Motown, Country-Crossover, Rockabilly, and/or Folk, don't even think about sources like Pandora. I tried and consistently got about 5 tunes from the genre followed by anything they could find from the time period. AOL Radio used to allow you to pick a genre or artist and they'd play about 40 tunes that "sounded similar". Now that they've been bought by Slacker, you get random tunes from the era over and over again. Unlike other Internet radio stations, and Podcasts, Rockin' Eddy plays thousands of hits and misses from all the above genres. Eddy plays songs and instrumentals I've completely forgotten, or may have never heard at all back in the day, because they may have just not gotten the air time but should have. The weekly live "Live Shows" provide great historical, and educational, background on where and how some of our favorites came about. Most of all however, this show makes you feel like you're cruising in your '57 Chevy with the AM radio tuned to your favorite local station (without the static).

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