The Cruisin' Story 1961

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The Cruisin' Story 1961 - Vinyl Record

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One Day Music
Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed

This new addition to One Day Music's popular 'Cruisin'' Series brings the hits of '61 to you. This is a great chance to own over 30 classic tracks in this collectable format.

LP 1
1. Blue Moon- The Marcels
2. Stand By Me - Ben E. King
3. My True Story- The Jive Five
4. Wooden Heart- Joe Dowell
5. (I Don't Know Why) But I Do- Clarence
'Frogman' Henry
6. Who Put The Bomp (In The Bomp)- Barry Mann
7. Stick Shift- The Duals
8. I Like It Like That- Chris Kenner
9. Runaround Sue- Dion
10. Take Good Care Of My Baby- Bobby Vee
11. Pony Time- Chubby Checker
12. I Love How You Love Me- The Paris Sisters
13. Dum Dum- Brenda Lee
14. Big Bad John- Jimmy Dean
15. Little Sister- Elvis Presley
16. Walk Right Back- The Everly Brothers

1. Duke Of Earl- Gene Chandler
2. (You're So Square) Baby I Don't Care- Buddy Holly
3. She She Little Sheila- Gene Vincent
4. A Little Bit Of Soap- The Jarmels
5. Please Mr Postman- The Marvelettes
6. Candy Man- Roy Orbison
7. You Don't Know What You've Got (Until You Lose It)- Ral Donner
8. Hello Mary Lou- Ricky Nelson
9. Runaway- Del Shannon
10. Walk On By- Leroy Van Dyke
11. Ya Ya- Lee Dorsey
12. His Latest Flame- Elvis Presley
13. Tossin' & Turnin'- Bobby Lewis
14. A Hundred Pounds Of Clay- Gene McDaniels
15. Hit The Road Jack- Ray Charles
16. Raindrops- Dee Clark

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180/200 GRAM Vinyl LP

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