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Oldies, But Goodies

I bought my first pop 45s in the early spring of 1956. If memory serves me, "April In Paris" by Count Basie and "Speedoo" by The Cadillacs and "When You Dance" by The Turbans were among these. My all-time favorite artists are Nat "King" Cole, Chuck Berry, skinny Elvis, Fats Domino, Buddy Holly, Carl Perkins, Tony Martin, Patsy Cline, Frank Sinatra, Judy Collins, Billy Eckstein, Frankie Laine, Hank Williams, Sr., and Marty Robbins. My all-time favorite groups include The Everly Brothers, The Five Keys, The Hilltoppers, The Four Aces, The Kingston Trio, The Platters, Bill Haley and His Comets, and The Flamingos.

During the late 60s, I embarked on a project to record my favorite 45s and album cuts onto 90-minute cassettes. My good friend, Theo Nothnagel, helped out by loaning me her collection. I tried to keep these in sequence by release date. I started in 1950 with "Mona Lisa" by Nat "King" Cole, and ended in 1970 with "Going Up The Country" by Canned Heat. I had 722 songs on 22 cassettes, lasting about 33 hours. This project literally took years to complete. I never really finished, since I still had another 233 songs on my original list. These cassettes were a source of great enjoyment to me and were practically worn out from use.

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