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Keep Cool

Henry Ayrton joins the road to recovery - featuring legendary artists like The Crickets and Eddie Floyd.

Keep Cool: The Coasters, Wanda Jackson, and Little Peggy March will be just some of the people defying falling temperatures.

New Record Releases - December 1965: singles new in British record shops 53-years ago this month from the likes of The Righteous Brothers, Unit 4 + 2, and Dee Dee Warwick.

Getting Better: artists such as Eddie Floyd and The Crickets hope to be on the road to recovery.

And Tommy Edwards, Clyde McPhatter, Connie Francis and others will be found among The American Top 20 Newcomers of December 1958.

2 hours

Music Played

  • The Coasters

    Three Cool Cats

  • Wanda Jackson

    Cool Love

  • Charlie Gracie

    Cool Baby

  • Claudine Clark & Lloyd "Tiny" Grimes

    My Baby's Cool

  • The Spaniels

    Play It Cool

  • Little Peggy March

    Johnny Cool

  • The Rays

    Daddy Cool

  • Donna Hightower

    Cool, Daddy, Cool

  • The Righteous Brothers

    Ebb Tide

  • Little Eva

    Stand By Me

  • Lesley Gore

    I Won't Love You Anymore (Sorry)

  • Unit 4+2

    You've Got To Be Cruel To Be Kind

  • Ernie Maresca

    It's Their World

  • Dionne Warwick

    Are You There (With Another Girl)

  • Dee Dee Warwick

    Gotta Get A Hold Of Myself

  • Lenny Welch

    Run To My Lovin' Arms

  • Duane Eddy

    Hard Times

  • Thelma Jones

    Oh, Oh, Here Comes The Heartbreak

  • The Modern Jazz Quartet

    Delaunay's Dilemma

  • The Slades

    It's Better To Love

  • Jimmy Hughes

    It's Getting Better

  • Eddie Floyd

    Things Get Better

  • The Crickets

    He's Old Enough To Know Better

  • The Royaltones

    Poor Boy

  • Tommy Edwards

    Love Is All We Need

  • Connie Francis

    My Happiness

  • Fats Domino

    Whole Lotta Loving

  • Clyde McPhatter

    A Lover's Question

  • Billy Grammer

    Gotta Travel On

  • The Platters

    Smoke Gets In Your Eyes

  • The Everly Brothers

    Problems

  • Dexter Gordon

    I Want More

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