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Footloose And Fancy Free

Henry Ayrton features music by Connie Francis and Ricky Nelson, which had just entered the charts in December 1959. Plus a Whole Lotta Records by Gene Vincent and Arthur Alexander

Footloose And Fancy Free: Janis Martin, The Isley Brothers, and Fats Waller will be among the people getting some pedicure treatment

Whole Lotta Records: as selected by the likes of Big Maybelle, Arthur Alexander, and Gene Vincent

And Connie Francis, Freddy Cannon, Marty Robbins, Ricky Nelson and others will be found in a bumper selection of The American Top Twenty Newcomers of December 1959.

2 hours

Music Played

  • Robert Parker


  • Janis Martin

    Barefoot Baby

  • T.V. Slim

    Flat Foot Sam

  • The Midnighters

    Henry's Got Flat Feet

  • Slim & Slam

    The Flat Foot Floogie

  • The Isley Brothers

    Two Stupid Feet

  • Fats Waller

    Your Feet's Too Big

  • The Marcels

    Footprints In The Sand

  • Fats Domino

    Whole Lotta Loving

  • B.B. King

    Whole Lotta Love

  • Big Maybelle

    Whole Lot Of Shakin' Goin' On

  • Arthur Alexander

    Whole Lot Of Trouble

  • Gene Vincent

    Lotta Lovin'

  • Maxine Brown

    I've Got A Lot Of Love Left In Me

  • Elvis Presley

    I've Got A Lot O' Livin' To Do

  • Marvin Rainwater

    Whole Lotta Woman

  • Owen Bradley Quintet

    Big Guitar

  • Martha Reeves and the Vandellas

    You've Been In Love Too Long

  • Charles Mingus Septet

    Girl Of My Dreams

  • Connie Francis

    Among My Souvenirs

  • Freddy Cannon

    Way Down Yonder In New Orleans

  • Fabian

    Hound Dog Man

  • Frankie Avalon


  • Toni Fisher

    The Big Hurt

  • Marty Robbins

    El Paso

  • Frankie Laine


  • Paul Anka

    It's Time To Cry

  • Lloyd Price

    Come Into My Heart

  • Ricky Nelson

    I Wanna Be Loved

  • Shelly Manne & His Men