Wednesday, July 30, 2008

The Top 100 Songs of 1958

1958. Fifty years ago. If you grew up in the seventies, you know something about the fifties from watching the movie American Graffiti and the TV show Happy Days. And, of course, the Grease movies.

Some of these songs you will recognize, since they are still popular. Some you may recognize the singer, or the song, but not both. Take a step back in time, to fifty years ago, and hear what we heard on the radio, or listened to on our record players.

I got this list from:

Also, I now have a list of the top 100 songs of 1959.

Here is the top 100.

1 - 10
11 - 20
21 - 30
31 - 40
41 - 50
51 - 60
61 - 70
71 - 80
81 - 90
91 - 100

Tuesday, July 29, 2008

Thai Pop Music

I look for one thing on YouTube, and I find something else. That’s the Internet for you. It’s fun to find new things to read about, and new music to listen to.

Taka is a Thai girl group. The following songs are from their album “Rocky Road”.

From: saythavy

That Thing You Do

Don't You Just Know It

Crocodile Rock

Have You Ever Seen The Rain?


Girls & Boys

Oh, and not all of their songs are in English.

Pen Krai Kor Tum

Sunday, July 27, 2008

Five Silly Winning Quotes

The Summer Olympics are almost here. Once again, there will be talk about teamwork, and winning, and all that. While winning is fine, we can’t all win. Someone has to lose. So, here are some of the silly quotes about winning.

1. "Losing is not an option."

Well, if you already know you’re going to win, then what’s the point?

2. “There’s no ‘I’ in team.”

There’s also no “win” in team, either. Sorry, I guess this is not the game for me.

3. “No pain, no gain.”

Okay. You win.

4. “Winning is not everything, it is the only thing!”

Then what is losing?

5. "Nobody remembers who came in second."

No one remembers who got first place in the Tug of War at the 1908 Summer Olympics either.

Why it's okay to lose.

As Bill Murray put it in the movie Meatballs:

“And even if we win, if we win, HAH! Even if we play so far above our heads that our noses bleed for a week to ten days; even if God in Heaven above points his hand at our side of the field; even if every man woman and child joined hands together and prayed for us to win, it just wouldn't matter because all the really good looking girls would still go out with the guys from Mohawk because they've got all the money! It just doesn't matter if we win or if we lose. IT JUST DOESN'T MATTER!“

The team listens to him, and does the right thing:

Wednesday, July 23, 2008

What Next, Battlestar?

They found Earth. And it is a irradiated, burned out ball. The ending reminded me of the ending of season 2. Another worthless planet to colonize. But they got out of that situation, so I'm sure they will get out of this one.

There are 8 episodes to go. What happens next?

Here are some topics that I hope they cover in the final 8 episodes.

The Cylon Home World

What is life like on the Cylon home world? Are there more types of Cylons then the ones we have seen so far? What do Cylons do when they are not at war? Do the human Cylons keep separate from the Centurions?

The History of the Cylons

The humans made the Centurions, but who made the other models? Is there a Cylon construction class? Who made the 12 Cylon humans, and programmed them? Who told them to not look for the the final five? Who made the Resurrection Hub?

Differences Between Humans and Cylons

How are the 12 Cylon humans actually different from us? How come they can do things we can’t, but we can’t tell them apart from us? There should be physical differences in the 12 Cylons:
  • Their spine turns red when they have sex. What does this?
  • They can be resurrected. What part of their body sends the information in their brain back to the resurrection ship?

Oh, and what did happen to Earth?

I don't expect that all of these questions will be answered. But these are the sort of things that I focus on in the series. I'm not that worried about whether Laura Roslin is cured of cancer, or what happens between Starbuck and Apollo; I want to know the back story of the Cylons. Oh well, maybe that will be covered in the new series.

Tuesday, July 22, 2008

Halloween in July

“Christmas in July” is a common advertising theme, but it is overdone. Christmas selling comes earlier and earlier each year. In August, Costco will start selling Christmas decorations. So, how about Halloween?

Why Halloween in July?

If you like to hang out in the cemetery at night, and most cemeteries are open until dusk, you can stay later without getting kicked out. If you do decide to go the cemetery after dark, at least it is warmer at night in the summer.

You can buy candy for the trick-or-treaters. But, since you will not get any in the summer, more candy for you!

You can sit in the basement of your house, and watch Halloween movies. It will be cool down there, and it is easy to find Halloween movies in the summer to rent. Besides, it is too hot to be outside anyway.

So, you are all set. You got some Halloween movies to watch, and candy to eat. Now, to put you in the right mood for Halloween, here are some Halloween videos to watch.

Tim Burton's Vincent

From: onurdogu

The Raven - The Alan Parsons Project

From: AceGallagher

An Ace and Sma Man Production - Ace is plagued by a Raven who somehow enters his room and doesn't seem to want to leave him alone. Music by the Alan Parsons Project.

Corpse Bride Piano Duet

From: powrluked

Earthquake at Versailles - The Changelings

Their self-titled CD The Changelings is a good Halloween CD. Here's one of the songs from it:

From: TheChangelings

Corpse Bride – Missing

From: Premonition221

Victor/Emily tribute.
Song: Evanescence – Missing

The Addams Family Theme

You can watch the original Addams Family episodes on

From: severusrocker

These are the opening credits for the original run of The Addams Family which aired from 1964-66.

Ray Parker Jr – Ghostbusters

From: lhjvirtual

Ghostbusters Lecture Hall Prank:

Sunday, July 20, 2008

A Robot in Love

Unrequited love sucks, especially if you are a robot.

From: flybrewsterfly

A robot boy tries to figure out how to make a girl fall in love with him.

Song "Mostly Untitled" by Hysterics
Video by Griffin Newman

Thursday, July 17, 2008

Top 100 Hits of 1968

Oh, what a night, late December back in sixty…oops, no we’re not talking about that year or that song. It’s 1968 again! Life was better then. Well, not really. We had a war going on. Gas was cheaper, but so were wages. We worry about terrorists today; back then we worried about communists. Today, we worry about global warming, back then we worried about nuclear war.

But, we did have Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In to watch on TV, and could listen to The Beatles and The Doors on the radio. And if you were listening to the radio back then, this is what you probably were listening to.

Once again, I got the list from This time, to make the page load easier, I am showing the links for the videos, and not embedding the videos.

1. Hey Jude - The Beatles

The Beatles had three songs in the top 100 this year. This one went to number 1.

2. Honey - Bobby Goldsboro

3. Love Is Blue - Paul Mauriat

One of the many instrumentals in the top 100 this year.

4. (Sittin' On) The Dock Of The Bay - Otis Redding

5. People Got To Be Free - The Rascals

A song about racial tolerance. Why can’t we all just get along?

Here’s the band playing on TV:

6. Sunshine of Your Love - Cream

Eric Clapton was in Cream.

7. This Guy's In Love With You - Herb Alpert

From a rock song, we turn to a more mellow song from Herb Albert.

8. Stoned Soul Picnic - Fifth Dimension

9. Mrs. Robinson - Simon and Garfunkel

Like now, 1968 was an election year.

Sitting on a sofa on a Sunday afternoon.
Going to the candidate's debate.
Laugh about it, shout about it
When you've got to choose
Every way you look at this you lose.

It does seem that way at times, doesn’t it?

From the Concert in Central Park (1981):

10. Tighten Up - Archie Bell and The Drells

I’ve covered this song before in my blog.

11. The Good, The Bad And The Ugly - Hugo Montenegro

From the movie with the same name.

12. Little Green Apples - O.C. Smith

13. Mony, Mony - Tommy James and The Shondells

Tommy James had other hits, including Crimson and Clover (1969) and Draggin' The Line (1971).

You can also hear this song on

14. Hello, I Love You - The Doors

The Doors had other hits, including Touch Me (1968), Light My Fire (1967), and Riders on the Storm (1971).

15. Young Girl - Gary Puckett and The Union Gap

Gary Puckett had four songs in the top 100 this year.

16. Cry Like A Baby - Box Tops

17. Harper Valley P.T.A. - Jeannie C. Riley

This song was made into a movie and a TV show.

18. Grazing In the Grass - Hugh Masekela

Friends of Distinction also sang this song:

19. Midnight Confessions - The Grass Roots

They also sang Let's Live For Today (1967).

20. Dance to the Music - Sly and The Family Stone

21. The Horse - Cliff Nobles and Co.

Another instrumental.

Teens dancing to the song on “Teen Time”:

22. I Wish It Would Rain - Temptations

23. La-La Means I Love You - Delfonics

24. Turn Around, Look At Me - Vogues

This song was also sung by the Bee Gees and Elvis.

25. Judy In Disguise (With Glasses) - John Fred and His Playboy Band

26. Spooky - Classics IV

Here’s a clip of someone else performing the song:

27. Love Child - Diana Ross and The Supremes

28. Angel of the Morning - Merrilee Rush

This song was also covered by Juice Newton.

29. The Ballad of Bonnie And Clyde - Georgie Fame

30. Those Were the Days - Mary Hopkin

It is common, to think of the past as better than the present. Nowadays, we can say that the nineties were the days.

31. Born To Be Wild - Steppenwolf

They also sang Magic Carpet Ride (1968).

32. Cowboys to Girls - Intruders

A short version of the song from TV:

33. Simon Says - 1910 Fruitgum Company

34. Lady Willpower - Gary Puckett and The Union Gap

35. A Beautiful Morning – The Rascals

36. The Look of Love - Sergio Mendes and Brasil '66

If you want to hear more of their music, and see more mini-skirts, here is a link.

Here’s a short clip of the song from TV:

37. Hold Me Tight - Johnny Nash

He also sang I Can See Clearly Now (1973).

38. Yummy, Yummy, Yummy - Ohio Express

This clip shows the band, but the clip is not that good.

And here’s a Finnish version of the song:

39. Fire - Crazy World of Arthur Brown

This guy reminds me of Alice Cooper.

Some clips and interviews with Arthur and his mates at the Windsor National Jazz and Blues festival in August 1967:

40. Love Is All Around - Troggs

After that acid trip of the previous song, a more mellow sound.

41. Playboy - Gene & Debbe

They also sang Go With Me.

42. (Theme From) Valley of the Dolls - Dionne Warwick

Theatrical trailer for the 1967 film:

43. Classical Gas - Mason Williams

44. Slip Away - Clarence Carter

Yes, we have had songs about cheating on your spouse for a long time.

By John~C

45. Girl Watcher - O'Kaysions

46. (Sweet Sweet Baby) Since You've Been Gone - Aretha Franklin

47. Green Tambourine - Lemon Pipers

48. 1, 2, 3, Red Light - 1910 Fruitgum Company

And here’s a clip of the group on TV:

49. Reach Out Of the Darkness - Friend and Lover

50. Jumpin' Jack Flash - The Rolling Stones

51. MacArthur Park - Richard Harris

Donna Summer had a hit with this song in the seventies.

52. Light My Fire - Jose Feliciano

The Doors also played this song:

53. I Love You - People

54. Take Time to Know Her - Percy Sledge

55. Pictures of Matchstick Men - Status Quo

56. Summertime Blues - Blue Cheer

The Who also sang this song:

57. Ain't Nothing Like the Real Thing - Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell

Donnie & Marie sang the song in the seventies:

58. I Got The Feelin' - James Brown and The Famous Flames

Here’s a live version:

59. I've Gotta Get a Message to You - Bee Gees

Al Q

60. Lady Madonna - The Beatles

61. Hurdy Gurdy Man - Donovan

62. Magic Carpet Ride - Steppenwolf

63. Bottle of Wine - Fireballs

64. Stay in My Corner - Dells

Here’s a live version from 1975:

65. Soul Serenade - Willie Mitchell

66. Delilah - Tom Jones

I’ve talked about Tom Jones before.

67. Nobody But Me - Human Beinz

And here’s some teens dancing to the song on “Teen Time”:

68. I Thank You - Sam and Dave

69. The Fool on the Hill - Sergio Mendes and Brasil '66

Of course, The Beatles also sang this:

70. Sky Pilot - Eric Burdon and The Animals

A sky pilot is a military chaplain. However, since the Vietnam war was going on at the time of this song, it seems appropriate to see scenes of pilots from that war.

71. Indian Lake - The Cowsills

A more happier song than the previous one.

The Cowsills also sang the song “Hair”:

72. I Wonder What She's Doing Tonight - Tommy Boyce and Bobby Hart

They wrote some of the songs that The Monkees sang.

73. Over You - Gary Puckett and The Union Gap

Live at the Epcot Center:

74. Goin' Out Of My Head/Can't Take My Eyes Off You - The Lettermen

75. Shoo-Bee-Doo-Be-Doo-Da-Day - Stevie Wonder

76. The Unicorn - The Irish Rovers

And some song clips of the band:

77. (You Keep Me) Hangin' On - Vanilla Fudge

78. Revolution - The Beatles

And here’s the slow version:

79. Woman, Woman - Gary Puckett and The Union Gap

80. Elenore - The Turtles

81. Sweet Inspiration - Sweet Inspirations

And here’s the group singing their song later on:

82. The Mighty Quinn - Manfred Mann

Another clip:

83. Baby, Now That I've Found You - Foundations

84. White Room - Cream

85. If You Can Want - Smokey Robinson and The Miracles

86. Cab Driver - The Mills Brothers

(Cab Driver starts at 2:29.)

87. Time Has Come Today - The Chambers Brothers

88. Do You Know The Way To San Jose - Dionne Warwick

89. Scarborough Fair/Canticle - Simon and Garfunkel

From the Concert in Central Park (1981):

90. Think - Aretha Franklin

The clip from The Blues Brothers:

91. You're All I Need To Get By - Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell

They also sang “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough”:

92. Here Comes The Judge - Shorty Long

“Here Comes the Judge” was a common theme on Laugh-In :

93. I Say A Little Prayer - Aretha Franklin

Dionne Warwick had a hit with the same song a year earlier:

94. Say It Loud, I'm Black and I'm Proud Part 1 - James Brown & the Famous Flames

95. Sealed With A Kiss - Gary Lewis and The Playboys

Brian Hyland had a hit with the same song in 1962:

96. Piece of My Heart - Big Brother and The Holding Company

14 year old Jennifer Espinoza sang the song in 2007:

97. Suzie Q. - Creedence Clearwater Revival

98. Bend Me Shape Me - American Breed

99. Hey, Western Union Man - Jerry Butler

There was no email in the sixties. But there were telegrams.

100. Never Give You Up - Jerry Butler

There is another song with the same title, that we all know.

Sunday, July 13, 2008

Hellboy II Fails to Deliver (Spoilers)

I almost didn’t see this movie. I went to the mall for see it, and was checking the times, and almost bought a ticket for Iron Man instead. Yes, I’m getting old. However, watching that movie a second time would have been better than watching this movie. Hellboy number 1 was a better movie.

In movies like this, you need to tell the background information to the people watching. A good way to do this was by going back to when Hellboy was a kid, and having a story read to him. This made sense.

The movie just seemed to run a little slow for me. The opening part was good, with the story about the war between the humans and the elves. But, after that, it just moved too slow.

When Prince Nuada gets the third piece of the crown, why bother killing everyone at the auction house? Why bother showing his hand, before he gets a hold of the Golden Army? And the whole bit about them fighting the tooth fairy monsters I just could not believe. Seeing how small they were, and how many there were, I did not believe that they could kill them all. The movie could have been all about the fight between the world and the ravenous monsters. But, this was just to set up the next scene.

Prince Nuada wants to put the three parts of the crown back together, and fight the humans with the Golden Army. The elf King Balor tells the prince if he will not change his way, it will be death for him. The Prince asks his sister, Princess Nuala if she agrees, and she does. The prince then goes on to fight the solders, and eventually kill his father the King, to get his way. We find out later that the Prince and the Princess are twins, and what happens to one, happens to the other. So, if Nuala agreed that the prince should die, that she was ready to die, too. So, why did she not kill herself, to kill her brother? It would have made for a short movie, but since she does this at the end of the movie, what not at the beginning?

And why search out the map for the golden army? The sister knew that her brother would find her, so why find the map for him?

The ending battle against the golden army was too small. If the golden army was so big, and if they were going to restart the army in the movie, then it should have been a big battle against the humans and the army. By just having Hellboy and his friends fight the army, no one else will know what happened. Kind of boring, in my opinion.

But, I did like the first movie, and I do like the Hellboy character. I hope they make a third movie.

I suggest if you want to watch this movie, watch it on a hot day, and take advantage of the movie theater’s air-conditioning. Or wait for it to be released on DVD. Maybe just watch the trailer for now.

Friday, July 11, 2008

Free Slurpee Day

How time flies. It is 7/11, so it is Free Slurpee Day at 7/11. Get a 7.11 oz cup (they make them that tiny still?) for free today.

One per customer, unless you are sneaky like Queen0fPink11 & Katie.

thedude00000 tries getting multiple free slurpees, too.

Fire will not keep joenoodley and his friends from getting their free slurpees.

Tuesday, July 08, 2008

The Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain

The world is a fine place, full of life and wonderment. The world of music and meriment, which brought us The Leningrad Cowboys and The Red Army Choir has also brought us the Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain.

Smells Like Teen Spirit

Nirvana’s song.

Life on Mars

A David Bowie tune.


A song from Isaac Hayes from the movie with the same name.

You Don’t bring me Flowers

Barbra Streisand & Neil Diamond sang this as a duet.

The Good the Bad the Ugly

Hugo Montenegro and His Orchestra. From the movie of the same name.

Wuthering Heights

Kate Bush song.

Friday, July 04, 2008

Introvert or Extrovert?

It’s summer, and you decide to have a barbeque. Who of your friends should you invite? You don’t want to bother inviting people who will not show up anyhow, but how can you tell to you to invite? You could invite the friends of yours that are extroverts, and let the introverts stay home.

Wikipedia says that an introvert is one who tends “to be low-key, deliberate, and relatively less engaged in social situations. They often take pleasure in solitary activities such as reading, writing, drawing, watching movies, and using computers.” In other words, people like this:

Who Can It Be Now - Men At Work

Wikipedia says that an extrovert is one who tends “to enjoy human interactions and to be enthusiastic, talkative, assertive, and gregarious. They take pleasure in activities that involve large social gatherings, such as parties, community activities, public demonstrations, and business or political groups.” In other words, people like this:

Let ‘Em In - Paul McCartney and Wings

I suggest that you invite the extroverts to your barbeque, and let your intovert friends read a good book.

Thursday, July 03, 2008


It’s hard to predict the future. Future Shock tried to predict the future in the seventies, but watching it now, it seems silly, and not very useful for predicting anything.

These two movies came out in 2006, and they seem to be coming true already.

A Crude Awakening: The Oil Crash

Gas prices are up, and will only go higher. It seems to me that we are running out of gas.

An Inconvenient Truth

A couple of years ago, people did not think we were having a climate change. Now, that is all people are talking about.

Is it the end of the world as we know it? I doubt it. Do you want the world to end? I know I don’t. I don’t know how we will fix all of the problems in the world, but I do think that people are working on it.

How will it end? I don’t know. I’m not good at predictions either!

Tuesday, July 01, 2008

1958: 1 - 10

1. At the Hop - Danny and the Juniors

2. It's All In the Game - Tommy Edwards

3. The Purple People Eater - Sheb Wooley

Here’s a cartoon of the song:

4. Don't - Elvis Presley

Elvis had six songs in the top 100 this year.

5. Tequila - Champs

6. All I Have To Do Is Dream - The Everly Brothers

The Everly Brothers had five songs in the top 100 of 1958.

7. Nel Blu Dipinto Di Blu (Volare) - Domenico Modungo

Dean Martin also sang this song:

8. Sugartime - McGuire Sisters

With Perry Como:

9. He's Got The Whole World (In His Hands) - Laurie London

10. The Chipmunk Song - David Seville & The Chipmunks

They also sang “Halloween is Coming”:

Edit: that video is gone now. But here's "Nightmare on Seville Street":

1 - 10
11 - 20
21 - 30
31 - 40
41 - 50
51 - 60
61 - 70
71 - 80
81 - 90
91 - 100

1958: 11 - 20

11. To Know Him, Is To Love Him - Teddy Bears

Another video of the song:

12. Witch Doctor - David Seville & The Chipmunks

13. It's Only Make Believe - Conway Twitty

Another video (better audio in this one):

14. Hard Headed Woman - Elvis Presley

15. Poor Little Fool - Ricky Nelson

Ricky Nelson had five songs in the top 100 for this year.

He also sang "Travelin’ Man" (1961):

16. Get A Job - Silhouettes

17. Catch A Falling Star - Perry Como

Animation of the song:

18. Tom Dooley - Kingston Trio

From their 1981 reunion concert:

19. Patricia - Perez Prado

20. Little Star - The Elegants

Randy & The Rainbows sang the same song in 1964. This video plays the Elegants version first, followed by the Randy & the Rainbows version.

A popular song. Linda Scott sang it in 1961.

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11 - 20
21 - 30
31 - 40
41 - 50
51 - 60
61 - 70
71 - 80
81 - 90
91 - 100

1958: 21 - 30

21. Bird Dog - The Everly Brothers

22. Twilight Time - The Platters

23. Bye Bye Love - The Everly Brothers

24. Yakety Yak - The Coasters

A music video tribute to the song:

25. 26 Miles (Santa Catalina) - The Four Preps

26. Stood Up - Ricky Nelson

27. Sweet Little Sixteen - Chuck Berry

The song was also sang by The Beatles , John Lennon, Jerry Lee Lewis & Elvis Presley, Bruce Springsteen, Gary Glitter, and The Animals.

Better sound on this video:

28. Rock'n Robin - Bobby Day

29. Lollipop - Chordettes

A fan video by CourtneyWoolsey:

30. Problems - The Everly Brothers

1 - 10
11 - 20
21 - 30
31 - 40
41 - 50
51 - 60
61 - 70
71 - 80
81 - 90
91 - 100

1958: 31 - 40

31. Wear My Ring Around Your Neck - Elvis Presley

32. Topsy Part II - Cozy Cole

A remix combining Cozy Cole’s version with steverabb's version:

33. My True Love - Jack Scott

34. Secretly - Jimmie Rodgers

The Lettermen also sang this song:

35. Are You Sincere - Andy Williams

kundimanpinoy sings this song:

36. Short Shorts - The Royal Teens

According to Mollyness112, Karin also wears short shorts:

37. Splish Splash - Bobby Darin

He also sang “Mack the Knife”:

38. Big Man - The Four Preps

39. Who's Sorry Now - Connie Francis

40. Return To Me - Dean Martin

1 - 10
11 - 20
21 - 30
31 - 40
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51 - 60
61 - 70
71 - 80
81 - 90
91 - 100

1958: 41 - 50

41. The Stroll - The Diamonds

42. Tears on My Pillow - Little Anthony and The Imperials

Sha-Na-Na sang this song in "Grease":

43. A Wonderful Time Up There - Pat Boone

44. Just a Dream - Jimmy Clanton

Jimmy Clanton also sang “Don't You Know” in the 1959 movie “Go Johnny Go”:

45. One Night - Elvis Presley

46. Magic Moments - Perry Como

47. It's Too Soon To Know - Pat Boone

48. Beep Beep - The Playmates

Originally recorded about a Cadillac vs. a Nash Rambler, the BBC wouldn't let brand-names be aired. So this is the 'cleaned-up' version for the UK:

49. Believe What You Say - Ricky Nelson

50. Sail Along Silvery Moon - Billy Vaughn

He also had the song “Look for a Star”:

1 - 10
11 - 20
21 - 30
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41 - 50
51 - 60
61 - 70
71 - 80
81 - 90
91 - 100

1958: 51 - 60

51. Looking Back - Nat King Cole

52. Book of Love - The Monotones

This song is included in vaataja's Doo-Wop Megamix:

53. Oh Julie - The Crescendos

54. Endless Sleep - Jody Reynolds

55. Susie Darlin' - Robin Luke

He also sang “Poor Me”:

56. Do You Want To Dance - Bobby Freeman

Disney music video of the song:

57. When - The Kalin Twins

Singing live in 1989:

58. Sugar Moon - Pat Boone

This clip has the entire song:

59. Chantilly Lace - J.P. Richardson (The Big Bopper)

A little better sound quality on this clip:

60. Chanson D'Amour - Art & Dotty Todd

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1958: 61 - 70

61. Kewpie Doll - Perry Como

62. Witchcraft - Frank Sinatra

bensharkey sings the song:

63. Rebel Rouser - Duane Eddy

The same song, with pictures of AMC muscle cars:

64. Everybody Loves a Lover - Doris Day

And here’s the Finish version (1959):

65. Dinner with Drac - John Zacherle

John Zacherle sings this version of “Monster Mash”:

66. Oh Lonesome Me - Don Gibson

67. Tea for Two Cha Cha - Tommy Dorsey

Martin PĂ©riard plays the drums in accompaniment to Tommy Dorsey's Orchestra.

Here’s Tom Dorsey conducting “Fascinating Rhythm”:

68. (At The) The End (Of A Rainbow) - Earl Grant

Animation by Rewind Studios:

69. Lonesome Town - Ricky Nelson

70. You Are My Destiny - Paul Anka

High Quality version of the song:

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