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 18-Apr-21: Rock & Roll, Doo-Wop, R&B, Motown, Instrumental, Rockabilly
The Rockin' Eddy Oldies Radio Show featuring LaVern Baker - "Voodoo Voodoo", Mickey Baker - "Whistle Stop", Guy Mitchell - "Singing The Blues", Norman Fox & The Rob Roys - "Pizza Pie", Mickey & Sylvia - "What Would I Do", (Twin Spin) The Moonglows - "Over And Over Again" (A-side) / "I Knew From The Start" (B-side), Little Ike - "She Can Rock", Marty Robbins - "Big Iron", Duane Eddy - "Ramrod", Mable John - "Who Wouldn't Love A Man Like That", Mel Robbins - "Save It", Jimmy Dee & The Offbeats - "You're Late Miss Kate", Lewis Lymon & The Teenchords - "I Found Out Why", Nick Noble - "A Fallen Star", The Nu Tornados - "Philadelphia USA", Niki Sullivan - "It's All Over", Edd Byrnes - "Like I Love You", The Megatons - "Shimmy Shimmy Walk", Nat King Cole - "Let True Love Begin", Mac Wiseman - "Step It Up And Go", Marvin Rainwater - "Gonna Find Me A Bluebird", Don Costa - "Theme From The Unforgiven".
Rockin' Eddy Oldies Show 11-Apr-21: Rock & Roll, R&B, Doo-Wop, Instrumental, Rockabilly, Jazz
The Rockin' Eddy Oldies Radio Show featuring Jimmy Cavello & His House Rockers - "Rock Rock Rock", Johnny Guitar Watson - "The Bear", The Drifters - "Soldier Of Fortune", Etta & Harvey - "Spoonful", Johnny Maestro - "Mister Happiness", (Twin Spin) Dion - "Runaround Sue" / Ginger Davis & The Snaps - "I'm No Run Around", Jessie Hill - "Whip It On Me", Eddie Reeves - "Talk Talk", Charlie Blackwell - "Midnight Oil", Bob Beckham - "Crazy Arms", Duane Eddy - "Caravan", The Belmonts - "Such A Long Way", Carmen McCrae - "The More I See You", Ernie Fields Orchestra - "Tuxedo Junction", The Ames Brothers - "Melodie D'Amour", Jimmy Dorn & The Hurricanes - "Wishing Well", John Buck & His Blazers - "Forbidden City", The Crescents - "Darling Come Back", The Creations - "The Bells", The Jets - "Heaven Above Me".
Rockin' Eddy Oldies Show 4-Apr-21: Rock & Roll, R&B, Instrumental, Vocal Harmony, Rockabilly
The Rockin' Eddy Oldies Radio Show featuring Clarence Gatemouth Brown - "Okie Dokie Stomp", The Hideaways - "Lovin' Time", The Genies - "The First Time", Carl Dobkins Jr. - "Lucky Devil", (Twin Spin) The Drifters - "Save The Last Dance For Me" / Damita Jo - "I'll Save The Last Dance For You", Gene Pitney - "My Heart, Your Heart", Steve Gibson & The Original Red Caps - "Where Are You", Duane Eddy - "Cannonball", Jerry Wallace - "Little Coco Palm", Georgia Gibbs - "The Hula Hoop Song", Don Cherry - "I'm Gonna Sit Right Down And Write Myself A Letter", Warren Smith - "Rock & Roll Ruby", Jimmy Clanton - "Come Back", Fi-Tones - "It Wasn't A Lie", The Platters - "Enchanted", Pat Boone - "Wonderful Time Up There", The Hilltoppers - "Do The Bop", Gene & Wendell - "The Roach", Shirley Gunter - "Believe Me", The Four Dates - "I'm Happy", Gwen Edwards & The Co-Eds - "I Love An Angel".
Rockin' Eddy Oldies Show 28-Mar-21: Rock & Roll, R&B, Instrumental, Motown, Doo-Wop, Country Crossover
The Rockin' Eddy Oldies Radio Show featuring Bobby Mitchell & The Toppers - "I'm Gonna Be A Wheel Someday", The Beau-Marks - "Clap Your Hands", Bob Luman - "Red Cadillac & A Black Moustache", Johnny Tillotson - "Poetry In Motion", Jo Stafford - "Make Love To Me", (Twin Spin) Phil Upchurch - "You Can Sit Down" Parts 1 & 2", Bobby Lee Trammell - "Shirley Lee", Big Al Downing - "Oh Babe", Bob Beckham - "Just As Much As Ever", The Duprees - "Why Don't You Believe Me", The Ames Brothers - "Rockin' Shoes", The Shirelles - "Foolish Little Girl", Bill Justis - "College Man", Roy Orbison - "Today's Teardrops", Smokey Robinson & The Miracles - "A Love She Can Count On", Bobby Hendricks - "A Thousand Dreams", Bobby Dean - "Just Go Wild Over Rock & Roll", The Belmonts - "How About Me", Ralph Marterie - "Skokiaan", The Boptones - "I Had A Love", Anita Carter - "Mama Don't Cry At My Wedding", Nino & The Ebb-tides - "Wonderful Tonight".
Rockin' Eddy Oldies Show 21-Mar-21: Rock & Roll, R&B, Soul, Instrumental, Rockabilly, Folks
The Rockin' Eddy Oldies Radio Show featuring Little Richard - "I Got It", Manuel & The Renegades - "Rev Up", Boyd Bennett & His Rockets - "Sixteen", Nino & The Ebb-tides - "Jukebox Saturday Night", Elvis Presley - "Trying To Get To You", (Twin Spin) Chris Kenner - "I Like It Like That" Parts 1 & 2", The Four Seasons - "Big Man In Town", The Flairs - "She Loves To Rock", Ronnie Love - "Chills & Fever", King Curtis - "Soul Twist", Charlie Feather - "That Certain Female", James Darren - "Pin A Medal On Joey", Carl Perkins - "Her Love Rubbed Off", Barbara Lynn - "You're Gonna Need Me", The Crickets - "When You Ask About Love", Moon Mullican - "Moon's Rock", Gene Thomas - "Baby's Gone", The Tokens - "Hear The Bells", Linda Scott - "Bermuda", The Beach Boys - "The Lonely Sea", Kingston Trio - "Where Have All The Flowers Gone"
Rockin' Eddy Oldies Show 14-Mar-21: Rock & Roll, R&B, Doo-wop, Instrumental, Girl Groups, Country Crossovers
The Rockin' Eddy Oldies Radio Show featuring B.B. King - "Hully Gully Twist", Bob B. Soxx & The Blue Jeans - "Why Do Lovers Break Each Others Hearts", Barry Mann - "Little Miss USA", Tony Orlando - "Happy Times", Bobby Doyle - "Hot Seat", (Twin Spin) The Majors - "She's A Troublemaker" (A-side) / "A Little Bit Now" (B-side), Buck Owens - "Act Naturally", B. Bumble & The Stingers - "Nut Rocker", Billy Bland - "Sweet Thing", The Crystals - "He's Sure The Boy I Love", Johnny Rivers - "I'll Get So Doggone Lonesome", Don Covay - "Pony Time", The Earls - "Eyes", Faron Young - "Hello Walls", The Four Pennies - "When The Boy's Happy", The Capris - "Indian Girl", The Cyclones - "Bullwhip Rock", The Blossoms - "Hard To Get", Ron Holden - "True Love Can Be", Linda Scott - "Yessiree", Clyde McPhatter - "Deep In The Heart Of Harlem".
Rockin’ Eddies Oldies
Refreshing variety of all kinds of oldies. Keeps my attention with the upbeat style.
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).