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Phone Calls

Henry Ayrton remembers the new songs to enter the British charts in 1963 - featuring The Four Seasons and The Shirelles.

Phone Calls: Jim Reeves, Mary Wells, and Rose Murphy will be just some of the people giving you a ring

More New Record Releases Of August 1963: this time by the likes of The Shirelles, Lou Christie, and The Four Seasons

And Ray Charles, Lloyd Price, Elvis Presley, Skip And Flip, and others will be found among a bumper selection of American Top Twenty Newcomers of August 1959.

2 hours

Music Played

  • Brenda Lee

    Ring-A-My Phone

  • The Big Bopper

    Chantilly Lace

  • Jim Reeves

    He'll Have To Go

  • Mary Wells

    Operator

  • Muddy Waters

    Long Distance Call

  • Chuck Berry

    Memphis Tennessee

  • Leroy Van Dyke

    If A Woman Answers (Hang Up The Phone)

  • Rose Murphy

    Busy Line

  • The Shirelles

    Don't Say Goodnight And Mean Goodbye

  • The Four Seasons

    Candy Girl

  • Lou Christie

    How Many Teardrops

  • Freddie & the Dreamers

    I'm Telling You Now

  • Buddy Holly

    Wishing

  • Jackie Wilson

    Shake, Shake, Shake

  • Lesley Gore

    Judy's Turn To Cry

  • The Angels

    My Boyfriend's Back

  • Jet Harris & Tony Meehan

    Applejack

  • Carla Thomas

    A Woman's Love

  • Jimmy McGriff

    Sho' Nuff

  • Ray Charles

    What I'd Say

  • The Browns

    The Three Bells

  • Lloyd Price

    I'm Gonna Get Married

  • Fats Domino

    I Want To Walk You Home

  • The Playmates

    What Is Love

  • Dinah Washington

    What A Difference A Day Made

  • Brook Benton

    Thank You Pretty Baby

  • Elvis Presley

    My Wish Came True

  • Skip & Flip

    It Was I

  • Santo & Johnny

    Sleepwalk

  • Eddie “Cleanhead” Vinson

    Pass Out

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