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Slidin', Reelin', And Stompin'

Henry Ayrton remembers sixty-three-years ago this weekend, with music from Bill Haley and Julie London.

Jeannie, Jenny, Ginny And Joanie: all celebrated in song by people such as Eddie Cochran, The Everly Brothers, and Brian Hyland

New Record Releases - February 1956: appearing in the shops sixty-three-years ago by the likes of Kay Starr, Julie London, and Bill Haley

Jody Williams: the concluding part of a tribute to an influential but neglected guitar hero

Little Richard, Chuck Berry, and Curtis Gordon will be among those indulging in some "Slidin', Reelin', And Stompin'".

2 hours

Music Played

  • Eddie Cochran

    Jeannie, Jeannie, Jeannie

  • Little Richard

    Jenny Jenny

  • The Everly Brothers

    Poor Jenny

  • Paul Dino

    Ginnie Bell

  • Brian Hyland

    Ginny Come Lately

  • Del Shannon

    Ginny In The Mirror

  • Frankie Calen


  • Tony Orlando


  • Johnny Mathis


  • Dean Martin

    Memories Are Made Of This

  • Kay Starr

    Rock And Roll Waltz

  • Shirley Bassey

    Burn My Candle

  • Julie London

    Cry Me A River

  • Pat Boone

    Gee Whittakers

  • Lonnie Donegan

    Diggin' My Potatoes

  • Bill Haley and His Comets

    See You Later, Alligator

  • The Spotnicks

    No Yaga Daga Blue

  • The Soul Sisters

    I Can't Stand It

  • David "Fathead" Newman

    Bill For Bennie

  • Jody Williams

    What Kind Of Gal Is That

  • Little Joe Lee

    Lucky You

  • Otis Rush

    All Your Love

  • Jody Williams

    Lifelong Lover

  • Little Richard

    Slippin' And Slidin'

  • Gene Philips

    Slippin' And Slidin'

  • Chuck Berry

    Reelin' And Rockin'

  • Jimmy McCracklin

    Reelin' And Rockin'

  • Grady Lewis And The Starlighters

    Rompin' Stompin'

  • Curtis Gordon

    Rompin' And Stompin'

  • Lee Morgan

    I Remember Clifford