Solid Gold

Playlist for the Jukebox 21 May 2016

Saturday 9:00

  • WE CAN WORK IT OUT - BEATLES
  • SORRY SUZANNE - THE HOLLIES
  • PALISADES PARK - FREDDY CANNON
  • SCARBOROUGH FAIR - SIMON & GARFUNKEL
  • YOU'LL NEVER FIND ANOTHER LOVE LIKE MINE - LOU RAWLS
  • LOVE TRAIN - O'JAYS
  • MORNING HAS BROKEN - CAT STEVENS
  • EL PASO - MARTY ROBBINS
  • ROCK ISLAND LINE - LONNIE DONEGAN
  • I LIKE THE WAY - JOHNNY GENTLE
  • LITTLE QUEENIE - JERRY LEE LEWIS
  • SUBSTITUTE - THE WHO
  • FEELING ALRIGHT - JOE COCKER
  • TIME IS ON MY SIDE - ROLLING STONES
  • THE LETTER - BOX TOPS
  • MELODY FAIR - BEE GEES

Saturday 10:00

  • GAME OF LOVE - WAYNE FONTANA & THE MINDBENDERS
  • GEORGY GIRL - THE SEEKERS
  • CALIFORNIA DREAMIN' - THE MAMAS & PAPAS
  • THE NIGHT HAS A THOUSAND EYES - BOBBY VEE
  • DONNA - RITCHIE VALENS
  • DO WAH DIDDY DIDDY - MANFRED MANN
  • AT SEVENTEEN - JANIS IAN
  • TIE A YELLOW RIBBON ROUND THE OLE OAK TREE - TONY ORLANDO AND DAWN
  • BLUE VELVET - BOBBY VINTON
  • MR LONELY - BOBBY VINTON
  • SEALED WITH A KISS - BOBBY VINTON
  • IF YOU GOT TO MAKE A FOOL OF SOMEBODY - FREDDIE AND THE DREAMERS
  • MA HE'S MAKING EYES AT ME - JOHNNY OTIS SHOW
  • TRUE LOVE WAYS - PETER & GORDON
  • SATURDAY NIGHT AT THE MOVIES - DRIFTERS
  • ANOTHER SATURDAY NIGHT - SAM COOKE
  • TIME AND THE RIVER - DREAM MERCHANTS
  • LET'S LIVE FOR TODAY - THE GRASS ROOTS
  • LOVE ME TENDER - ELVIS PRESLEY

Saturday 11:00

  • WONDERFUL WORLD BEAUTIFUL PEOPLE - JIMMY CLIFF
  • BARBARA ANN - BEACH BOYS
  • I GOT A NAME - JIM CROCE
  • MRS BROWN YOU'VE GOT A LOVELY DAUGHTER - HERMAN'S HERMITS
  • DON'T LET THE SUN CATCH YOU CRYING - GERRY & THE PACEMAKERS
  • TWISTIN' THE NIGHT AWAY - SAM COOKE
  • YOU'RE MY WORLD - CILLA BLACK
  • LOVE POTION # 9 - THE SEARCHERS
  • ACT NATUALLY - BEATLES
  • WHAT GOES ON - BEATLES
  • OCTOPUS'S GARDEN - BEATLES
  • YELLOW SUBMARINE - BEATLES
  • WITH A LITTLE HELP FROM MY FRIENDS - BEATLES
  • RUBY DON'T TAKE YOUR LOVE TO TOWN - KENNY ROGERS & FIRST EDITION
  • CONSTANTLY - CLIFF RICHARD
  • I'LL BE THERE - JACKSON 5 & MICHAEL JACKSON
  • ALWAYS ON MY MIND - ELVIS PRESLEY

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