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DDD 100 Greatest Uptempo Doo-Wop Songs (2006, Bruce)
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RWC
2021-01-20 17:04:33 UTC
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https://digitaldreamdoor.com/pages/best_doowop-songs.html

(using a one-line command in b&w 'Dos' screen,
after pasting above link contents to songs.txt,
to produce YTurls.txt, pasted below :-)

(btw, my Dec Lunacy post, a harsh lesson, taught me that,
for whatever technical reason, the song title must come before
artist name for more accurate results when searching YouTube
in this manner)

One or two links might be to live TV shows, but nevertheless they
will likely be visually entertaining.

(in Agent, you can just right-click on a link and select Launch URL)

1. Why Do Fools Fall In Love - Frankie Lymon & the Teenagers - 1955

2. Come Go With Me - Del-Vikings - 1956

3. Sh-Boom - Chords - 1954

4. Speedoo - Cadillacs - 1955

5. I Wonder Why - Dion & the Belmonts - 1958

6. Gee - Crows - 1953

7. Little Darlin' - Diamonds - 1957 / Gladiolas - 1957

8. Get A Job - Silhouettes - 1957

9. Book Of Love - Monotones - 1957

10. Little Star - Elegants - 1958

11. Blue Moon - Marcels - 1961

12. Little Girl Of Mine - Cleftones - 1956

13. At My Front Door - El Dorados - 1955

14. I Promise To Remember - Frankie Lymon & the Teenagers - 1956

15. Remember Then - Earls - 1962

16. When You Dance - Turbans - 1955

17. Whispering Bells - Del-Vikings - 1957

18. Rama Lama Ding Dong - Edsels - 1958

19. Trickle, Trickle - Videos - 1958

20. Walking Along - Solitaires - 1957

21. Morse Code Of Love - Capris - 1982

22. At The Hop - Danny & the Juniors - 1957

23. Duke Of Earl - Gene Chandler (Dukays) - 1961

24. Stay - Maurice Williams & the Zodiacs - 1960

25. Yakety Yak - Coasters - 1958

26. You're So Fine - Falcons - 1959

27. Church Bells May Ring - Willows - 1956

28. The ABC's Of Love - Frankie Lymon & the Teenagers - 1956

29. I'm So Happy - Lewis Lymon & the Teenchords - 1956

30. Pretty Little Angel Eyes - Curtis Lee - 1961

31. Everyday Of The Week - Students - 1958

32. I Want You To Be My Girl - Frankie Lymon & the Teenagers - 1956

33. Barbara Ann - Regents - 1961

34. Ling Ting Tong - Five Keys - 1954

35. Babalu's Wedding Day - Eternals - 1959

36. Come Back My Love - Wrens - 1955 / Cardinals - 1955

37. Lily Maebelle - Valentines - 1955

38. Love Potion No. 9 - Clovers - 1959

39. You Baby You - Cleftones - 1955

40. Zoom Zoom Zoom - Collegians - 1958

41. Tell Me Why - Norman Fox & the Rob Roys - 1957 / Belmonts - 1961

42. Denise - Randy & the Rainbows - 1963

43. A Teenager In Love - Dion & the Belmonts - 1959

44. Poison Ivy - Coasters - 1959

45. My Girlfriend - Cadillacs - 1957

46. The Woo Woo Train - Valentines - 1956

47. Stormy Weather - Spaniels - 1958

48. So Fine - Fiestas - 1958

49. Searchin' - Coasters - 1957

50. Up On The Mountain - Magnificents - 1956

51. Heart And Soul - Cleftones - 1961

52. Hushabye - Mystics - 1959

53. Peanuts - Little Joe & the Thrillers - 1957

54. Castle In The Sky - Bop-Chords - 1956

55. I Only Want You - Passions - 1960

56. Hearts Of Stone - Charms - 1954 / Jewels - 1954

57. Rip Van Winkle - Devotions - 1960

58. Oh Gee Oh Gosh - Kodaks - 1958

59. All Night Long - Du Mauriers - 1958

60. Ruby Baby - Drifters - 1956

61. Sixty Minute Man - Dominoes - 1951

62. Sorry (I Ran All The Way Home) - Impalas - 1959

63. Money Honey - Drifters featuring Clyde McPhatter - 1953

64. I Love You - Volumes - 1962

65. Smoky Places - Corsairs - 1961

66. Have Mercy Baby - Dominoes - 1952

67. Mr. Lee - Bobbettes - 1957

68. Unchained Melody - Vito & the Salutations - 1963

69. In My Heart - Timetones - 1961

70. Never Let You Go - Five Discs - 1962

71. Can't We Be Sweethearts - Cleftones - 1956

72. Tonight (Could Be The Night) - Velvets - 1961

73. Tonight's The Night - Shirelles - 1960

74. Oh Rosemarie - Fascinators - 1959

75. I Remember - Five Discs - 1958

76. Zing Went The Strings Of My Heart - Coasters - 1958

77. Hey Little School Girl - Paragons - 1957

78. The Angels Listened In - Crests - 1959

79. Shimmy, Shimmy, Ko-Ko-Bop - Little Anthony & the Imperials - 1959

80. Drip Drop - Drifters - 1958

81. Honey Love - Drifters featuring Clyde McPhatter - 1954

82. I Really Love You - Stereos - 1961

83. Who's That Knocking - Genies - 1959

84. Young Blood - Coasters - 1957

85. My Juanita - Crests - 1957

86. Rubber Biscuit - Chips - 1956

87. Buzz, Buzz, Buzz - Hollywood Flames - 1957

88. I'll Be Forever Loving You - El Dorados - 1955

89. Hey Senorita - Penguins - 1954

90. Smokey Joe's Cafe - Robins - 1955

91. Oh Baby - Jesters - 1958

92. Mary Lee - Rainbows - 1954

93. False Alarm - Revels - 1958

94. WPLJ - Four Deuces - 1955

95. Step By Step - Crests - 1960

96. Traveling Stranger - Little Anthony & the Imperials - 1959

97. Rendezvous With You - Desires - 1960

98. See Saw - Moonglows - 1956

99. Imagination - Quotations - 1962

100. Peppermint Stick - El Chords - 1958

Sav...@aol.com
2021-01-20 17:49:55 UTC
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Post by RWC
https://digitaldreamdoor.com/pages/best_doowop-songs.html
(using a one-line command in b&w 'Dos' screen,
after pasting above link contents to songs.txt,
to produce YTurls.txt, pasted below :-)
(btw, my Dec Lunacy post, a harsh lesson, taught me that,
for whatever technical reason, the song title must come before
artist name for more accurate results when searching YouTube
in this manner)
One or two links might be to live TV shows, but nevertheless they
will likely be visually entertaining.
The first fucking one is a live TV show, stupid.
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1. Why Do Fools Fall In Love - Frankie Lymon & the Teenagers - 1955
http://youtu.be/q96ylFiQK_I
RWC
2021-01-20 18:26:30 UTC
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Post by RWC
One or two links might be to live TV shows, but nevertheless they
will likely be visually entertaining.
The first fucking one is a live TV show, stupid.
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1. Why Do Fools Fall In Love - Frankie Lymon & the Teenagers - 1955
http://youtu.be/q96ylFiQK_I
So what?

Bruce, I do feel sorry for your rough upbringing in Paramus, NJ.
Dean F.
2021-01-21 03:40:45 UTC
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I'm sure Bruce had a reason for ranking "Little Star" above "Blue Moon," but I personally like the latter much better than the former.
Sav...@aol.com
2021-01-21 05:07:51 UTC
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Post by Dean F.
I'm sure Bruce had a reason for ranking "Little Star" above "Blue Moon," but I personally like the latter much better than the former.
So does Bruce, by a lot.
RWC
2021-01-30 22:18:53 UTC
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In addition to the current top 100 DDD list.

The Mellows - Pretty Baby, What's Your Name?


Joey and The Teenagers - What's On Your Mind


The Keynotes - Now I Know


The Spiders - I Didn't Want To Do It


The Hawks - Why Oh Why



Geoff

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