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  1. the sensations, music, music, music, 1961
  2. charlie pride, all I have to offer you is me, 1969
  3. the byrds, you ain't goin' no where, 1968
  4. guy marks, loving you has made me bananas, 1967
  5. the association, the bus song, 1968, from the birthday album
  6. the association, names, tags, numbers, and labels, 1973
  7. andy williams, can't get use to losing you, 1963
  8. boots walker, they're here, 1967
  9. glen campbell, true grit, 1969
  10. sailcat, motorcycle mama, 1972
  11. barbra mercer, doin things together with you, 1965
  12. the jackson brothers, snuggle up baby, 1957
  13. glen campbell, honey come back, 1970
  14. the supremes, let me go the right way, 1962
  15. the majorettes, white levis, 1962
  16. theola kilgore, this is my prayer, 1963
  17. the whispers, seems like I gotta do wrong, 1970
  18. o.c. smith, the son of hickory hollers tramp, 1968
  19. sweetwater, what's wrong, 1969
  20. j.d.sumner and the stamps quartet, elvis has left the building, 1977
  21. bonnie tyler, total eclipse of the heart, 1983
  22. jerry butler, moody woman, 1969
  23. jerry lewis, it all depends on you, 1957
  24. the gamblers, moon dog, 1960
  25. lucky clark, so sick, 1961
  26. sonny burgess, red headed woman, 1956
  27. roy hall, three alley cats, 1956
  28. lesley duncan, love song, 1969, original version
  29. richard harris, my boy, 1971, original version
  30. the ly-dells, karen, 1963
  31. glen campbell, mr. tambourine man, instrumental, 1964
  32. the debonaires, may we be on better terms, unreleased from the cd dutone doo-wop volume 2
  33. les cooper, wiggle wobble, 1962
  34. the ly-dells, doing the wiggle wobble, 1963
  35. oscar brown jr, the work song, 1961
  36. the righteous brothers, the blues, the other side of just once in my life, 1965
  37. steely dan, only a fool would say that, 1973
  38. larry elgart, hooked on swing, 1982
  39. cicero blake, sad feeling, 1965
  40. skeeter davis, what does it take (to keep a man like you satisfied, 1967
  41. the e types, put the clock back on the wall, 1967
  42. jim campbell, the lights of tucson, 1970
  43. julie m, that others may live, song for September eleventh
  44. the pozo-seco singers, look what you've done, 1967
  45. don williams, I believe in you, 1980
  46. the davis sisters, you weren't ashamed to kiss me last night, 1954
  47. montgomery gentry, back when I knew it all, 2008
  48. jesse colin young, songbird, 1975
  49. james and bobby purify, I can remember, 1968
  50. the boxtops, I met her in church, 1968
  51. o.c. smith, honey I miss you, 1969
  52. the boxtops, sweet cream ladies, forward march, 1968
  53. the ventures, cookies and coke, 1959, a vocal, their first record
  54. marty robbins, grown up tears, 1957, the flip side of a white sport coat
  55. bill haley and the comets, 13 women, 1954
  56. jan rhodes, mom, (can I talk to you), 1968
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Hello, this is Marty Rimpau, the blind web master for the web site mrimpau.com, welcoming you to the page entitled your daily oldie. Well, the reason why you're here is to hear or download an oldie, right? Well, I love oldies, especially obscure oldies, so I try to feature the lesser known oldies that got played that consultants in white suits forgot about, or, think that people only like 300 of the most common oldies. Due to increasing spam, I have taken all the email links down from this site, so you'll need to get my email list by word of mouth. an old list has a new location, that was formerly owned by sam ward, but is now under new ownership, and it is the new audio our place list, where music and blindness issues are discussed, so, you may subscribe to the audio our place list here There's a good station in thousand oaks California, and you may listen to kdsk with windows media player. There's a station called smokin oldies, so if you wish to hear the stream with windows media player, just press enter, or click here, which will take you to the smokin oldies site, then search for the link that says listen free, then press enter, or click, and windows media player will come up with the stream. I just found out about a new oldies station called ultimate oldies, so if you want to listen to the stream, just go to the ultimate oldies radio site from this link, and once the page has loaded, there will be a link that says listen live which will bring up your default mp3 player. Here's a site spot lighting the oldies of Pitsburgh Pensylvania, so go to the Pitsburgh oldies site. I just found out about a new station called tune dex memories which plays a wide variety of oldies, so if you want to listen, just press enter, or click here to go to the tune dex memories site, and then look for the instructions on how to listen. I just found out about another doo-wop station called nite train productions, so if you want to hear some good doo-wop, and other oldies, you may go to the nite train productions site, and the instructions for listening are near the top of the page I just heard about this oldies station called the legend, so you may listen to the legend with winamp here all I know about this station is that it is called oldies 1610, so if you wish to listen, you may press enter, or click here to go to the oldies 1610 site, and look for the click here to listen now link In 2006, the station at 940 on A.M. in Mexicali, baja California changed to oldies, and acquired the old call sign of a station at 800 on the A.M. dial from tijuana, baja California with the call letters, x e m m m, and that station at 940 calls itself 940 oldies, and has titled programs such as juke box, and decadas, meaning decades, and they announce in Spanish, and play spanish commercials, but play our oldies we grew up with, so if you wish, you may listen to 940 oldies here I just found out about a station called w i c s, which plays songs from the 70's, 80's and 90's, so if you wish, you may listen to w i c s with winamp here Humble Harve was a legendary disk jocky on k b l a in burbank, khj in Los Angeles, and k r l a in Pasadena, all in southern California, though there were other stations in the eighties he worked at like k u t e in Glendale California, but now, he is doing programming on k r t h's hd2 station, called the h d diner, and to listen, press enter, or click here to go to the h d diner site, and the listen link is the first link on the page Rick and Deb Lewis, both had shows on another radio station, but they've left that station, and are starting a new radio station called ride radio, and Rick's oldies and more program and Deb's country and Christian shows, as well as Rick's oldies shows will be featured there, so, listen to the ride with winamp Rich brother robbin was on kcbq in San Diego in the early seventies, and he has an oldies station, but they identified themselves as k a k c, but the site is called richbro radio, so listen to richbro radio here w f i l was a legendary top 40 station in Philadelphia, and now they're playing oldies on the internet, so listen to 56 w f i l with winamp here decade radio is a station out of Virginia, and they play an excellent variety of oldies, but you'll need flash player to hear the station, so once you have that go to decade radio here, and find the link that says, click here to listen with flash player top shelf oldies is an oldies station that plays obscure oldies, and not many of the hits, so listen to top shelf oldies here oldies plus is a station playing oldies mainly from the eighties, so go to the oldies plus site, and find the listen live chat link to here the station There's a new station recently discovered called phillie gold radio, so you may listen to phillie gold radio with winamp here Growing up, partially, in the San Francisco bay area, there was a legendary top 40 station called K Y A, and many legendary disk jockies in bay area radio worked there, so if you want to listen to the station, you may listen to k y a here In the sixties, and all the way in to the early eighties, there was a legendary station out of San Bernardino California at 590 on the dial, called k f x m, and now, they're a low power fm station playing oldies at 96.7 from Lancaster California, so, listen to k f x m here I was just told about a stream featuring bnothing ut michael jackson music all the time, so, listen to the jacksons stream here Here is an old time radio resource, it is the old time radio catalog site need some love songs that are of the common soft rock variety? Then go here Well, there's a few hours of streaming oldies, and, if any of the links are broken please contact me by word of mouth, as I have taken all the email links off the site due to increasing spam. Thanks for reading the page, and enjoy the oldies.