The Dr. Doo Wop Show 35: One Fine Day


Dr. Doo Wop is featuring the vocal group called the Chiffons in this episode along with other great music from the Golden Age of American Music as played on his programs for Radio 100 in Amsterdam back in 1988, including cuts by Big Joe Turner & The Cookies, Bruce Springsteen, The Persuasions, Gene Chandler, Teo & The Bottletops, The Shields, The Fleetwoods, Bill Doggett, and Curtis Mayfield.
 
The john Sinclair Foundation Presents
ONE FINE DAY
THE DR. DOO WOP SHOW 35
William Levy, Radio 100, Amsterdam, July 22, 1988 [19344]
 
Big Joe Turner & The Cookies: Lipstick Powder & Paint
Bruce Springsteen: Boom Boom
The Persuasions: The Sun > Dr. Doo Wop Comments over music
The Chiffons: One Fine Day
The Chiffons: Sweet Talking Guy
The Chiffons: He’s So Fine
Gene Chandler: Duke of Earl
The Chiffons: It’s My Party
The Chiffons: A Love So Fine
The Chiffons: No One Knows What’s Going On In My Mind But Me
The Chiffons: My Block
The Chiffons: My Boyfriend’s Back
The Chiffons: Locomotion
Teo & The Bottletops: Why Do You Wanna Make Eyes At Me
Teo & The Bottletops: Rama Lama Ding Dong
The Shields: You Cheated, You Lied
The Fleetwoods: Mr. Blue
Bill Doggett: Honky Tonk > Dr. Doo Wop Comments over music
The Chiffons: Da Doo Run Run
The Chiffons: Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow
The Chiffons: I’m So Shy
Goodnight Sweetheart Theme
The Persuasions: Don’t It You Want To Go Home
Curtis Mayfield: Keep On Pushing
 
A JOINT PRODUCTION
Hosted by Bill Levy for Radio Free Amsterdam
Produced by Bill Levy at Radio 100, Amsterdam
Digital transfer from cassettes, editing & annotation by John Sinclair
Executive Producer: Steve Pratt
Special thanks to Ben Schot & Steve The Fly
 
© 1988, 2019 William Levy. Used with permission.
 

The Dr. Doo Wop Show 34: Cut-Up Or Shut-Up


Dr. Doo Wop is celebrating his first year on the air at Radio 100 in Amsterdam in 1988 with a collage approach to re-exposing the great records from the Golden Age of American Music he’s played over the past 12 months, touching on artists too numerous to delineate completely but including Clyde McPhatter, The Dells, The Del-Vikings, The Cadillacs, The Five Satins, Eddie Cochrane, Gene Vincent & The Blue Caps, Buddy Holly, and The Everly Brothers.
 
The john Sinclair Foundation Presents
CUT-UP OR SHUT-UP
THE DR. DOO WOP SHOW 34
William Levy, Radio 100, Amsterdam, March 25, 1988 [19330]
 
[Unidentified Artist]: Let’s Fall In Love (Let’s Start It Over Again)
Cut Up or Shut Up Sequence including Lonely Nights > Don’t Go To Strangers > The Gleam In Your Eye > Devil Or Angel >
Clyde McPhatter: Treasure of Love
Cut Up or Shut Up Sequence including The Dells: Oh What A Nite > Clyde McPhatter: Honey Love
More Cut Up or Shut Up Sequence
More Cut Up or Shut Up Sequence >
More Cut Up or Shut Up Sequence including Pledging My Love > There Was A Time > Da Doo Run Run > We Belong Together > Come Go With Me > Lonely One > Zoom > To The Aisle
Eddie Cochrane: 20 Flight Rock
Gene Vincent & The Blue Caps: Hot Rod Gang
Buddy Holly: Dance To The Rock & Roll
Buddy Holly: Midnight Shift
The Everly Brothers: This Little Girl Of Mine
Goodnight Sweetheart Theme
 
A JOINT PRODUCTION
Hosted by William Levy for Radio Free Amsterdam
Produced by William Levy at Radio 100, Amsterdam
Digital transfer from cassette, editing & annotation by John Sinclair
Executive Producer: Steve Pratt
Special thanks to Ben Schot & Steve The Fly
 
© 1988, 2019 William Levy. Used with permission.
 

The Dr. Doo Wop Show 33: Rock All Night


Dr. Doo Wop is spinning with both hands while he celebrates his first year on the air at Radio 100 in Amsterdam, cutting up versions of songs he’s featured during his first year into bizarre sound collages and punctuating the collages with full-sized versions of songs by Shirley & Lee, The Moonglows, The Jacks, Frankie Lymon & The Teenagers, The Teen Queens, The Heartbeats, The Monotones, Mickey & Sylvia, Huey “Piano” Smith & The Clowns, and Smoky Johnson.
 
The john Sinclair Foundation Presents
ROCK ALL NIGHT
THE DR. DOO WOP SHOW 33
Bill Levy, Radio 100, Amsterdam, March 25, 1988 [19316]
 
Shirley & Lee: Rock All Night
The Moonglows: Ten Commandments Of Love
Cut-Up Collage including Chuck Berry: Thirty Days > The Chips: Rubber Biscuit > So Long > Teen Ager In Love (extended version)
Jim Croce: Brighter Day
Cut-Up Collage featuring Sincerely > These Arms of Mine  
The Jacks: Why Don’t You Write Me
 Frankie Lymon & The Teenagers: Why Do Fools Fall In Love
Cut-Up Collage featuring The Chords: Sh-Boom > I Still Remember > Teen Queens: Eddie My Love >
Telephone Conversation with 10-Finger Eddie > Eddie My Love >
Cut-Up Collage continues with I Don’t Know But I’ve Been Told >
The Heartbeats: 1000 Miles Away > James Brown: I Need Someone >
The Monotones: The Book of Love > It’s Too Soon To Know
More Cut-Up Collage > Mickey & Sylvia: Love Is Strange >
Huey “Piano” Smith & The Clowns: High Blood Pressure
Smoky Johnson: It Ain’t My Fault
Goodnight Sweetheart Theme
 
A JOINT PRODUCTION
Hosted by William Levy for Radio Free Amsterdam
Produced by William Levy at Radio 100, Amsterdam
Digital transfer from cassettes, editing & annotation by John Sinclair
Executive Producer: Steve Pratt
Special thanks to Ben Schot
 
© 1988, 2019 Bill Levy. Used with permission.
 

The Dr. Doo Wop Show 32: Get Wise Baby


William Levy has unearthed a new series of cassettes from his earliest days as Dr. Doo Wop on Radio 100 in Amsterdam including this great program from March 1988 featuring music from the Golden Age of American Music by The Clovers, The Drifters, The Ravens, The El Dorados, Lee Andrews & The Hearts, The Chimes, The Dukes, Arthur Lee May & The Crowns, Tony Allen & The Champs, The Crystals, Ben Zeppa & The Zeppfers, The Crowns, and The Five Keys.
 
The john Sinclair Foundation Presents
GET WISE BABY
THE DR. DOO WOP SHOW 32
William Levy, Radio 100, Amsterdam, March 11, 1988 [19302]
 
The Clovers: One Mint Julep
The Drifters: It Was A Tear
The Ravens: The House I Live In
The Ravens: Get Wise Baby
The Ravens: Send For You If You Need Me
The Ravens: Count Every Star
The El Dorados: Tears On My Pillow
Lee Andrews & The Hearts: Teardrops
The Chimes: Tears On My Pillow
The Dukes: I Love Her
Arthur Lee May & The Crowns: Don’t You Know I Love Her So
Tony Allen & The Champs: Nite Owl
The Crystals: Love You So
The Chimes; the Chimes Ring Out
Ben Zeppa & The Zeppfers: A Foolish Fool
The Dukes: So Long Life
The Crowns: Cool Loving
The Five Keys: I’m Goin’ Downtown
Goodnight Sweetheart Theme
 
A JOINT PRODUCTION
Hosted by William Levy for Radio Free Amsterdam
Produced by William Levy at Radio 100, Amsterdam
Digital transfer from cassette, editing & annotation by John Sinclair
Executive Producer: Steve Pratt
Special thanks to Ben Schot & Steve The Fly
 
© 1988, 2019 William Levy. Used with permission.
 

The Dr. Doo Wop Show 31: Woo-Woo Train


William Levy has dug out a series of cassettes from his first years as Dr. Doo Wop on Radio 100 in Amsterdam, starting here in early 1988 with great music from the Golden Age of American Music as played by Gene & Eunice, The Turbans, The Caltons, Bo Diddley, The Shirelles, Little Caesar & The Romans, Bill Haley, Duval Potter, The Balladeers, The Magnificents, The Valentines, The Flamingos, The Cool Gents, The Supremes, The Hi-Lighters, and The Lyrics.
 
The john Sinclair Foundation Presents
WOO-WOO TRAIN
THE DR. DOO WOP SHOW 31
William Levy, Radio 100, Amsterdam, March 4, 1988 [19288]
 
Gene & Eunice: Kokomo
Gene & Eunice: This Is My Story
The Turbans: When You Dance
The Caltons: Mr. Lonesome
Bo Diddley: Diddley Daddy
Bo Diddley: Say Man
The Shirelles: Tonight’s The Night
The Shirelles: Will You Love Me Tomorrow
Little Caesar & The Romans: Those Oldies But Goodies
Bill Haley: Ten Little Indians
Duval Potter: I Know
The Balladeers: You’re In The Army Now
The Magnificents: Up On The Mountain
The Magnificents: Down On The Mountain
The Valentines: Woo-Woo Train
The Flamingos: You Ain’t Ready
The Cool Gents: Crazy Over You
The Supremes: Baby Love
The Hi-Lighters: Feeling Alright
The Lyrics: Stop
Goodnight Sweetheart Theme
 
A JOINT PRODUCTION
Hosted by William Levy for Radio Free Amsterdam
Produced by William Levy at Radio 100, Amsterdam
Digital transfers from cassettes, editing & annotation by John Sinclair
Executive Producer: Steve Pratt
Special thanks to Ben Schot & Steve The Fly
 
© 1988, 2019 Bill Levy. Used with permission.
 

The Dr. Doo Wop Show 30: The Geater With The Heater

Just when we were running out of episodes of The Dr. Doo Wop Show to share with you, dear listeners, the doctor has turned up a series of cassette tapes of shows from 1988 well into the 90s with more great music from the Golden Age of American Music as played on his programs for Radio 100 in Amsterdam, with cuts by The Penguins, Bobby Freeman, Ritchie Valens, and some unidentified artists, plus a segment from an LP hosted by DJ Jerry Blavatt of Philadelphia called Guess What with sides by The Duquenes, Jordan & The Fascinations, The Five Discs, The Five Satins, Johnny Maestro & The Crests, and the Magnificent Four. Then there’s some kind of atmospheric music to fill out the last few minutes of the program.

The john Sinclair Foundation Presents

THE GEATER WITH THE HEATER

THE DR. DOO WOP SHOW 30

William Levy, Radio 100, Amsterdam, January 29, 1988 [19274]

[Unidentified Artist]: Believe Me

[Unidentified Artist]: Gloria

William Levy Reads Poem: Marks of Woe

[Unidentified Artist]: The Death of an Angel

[Unidentified Artist]: Devil I See

The Penguins: Earth Angel

Bobby Freeman: Do You Wanna Dance

Ritchie Valens: La Bamba

Bryon Gysin: Dream Machine

[Unidentified Artist]: Tell Me Love Is Real

Jerry Blavatt: Guess What album segment intro

The Duquenes: Tra La La La

Jordan & The Fascinations: I’ll Be Forever Loving You

The Five Discs: Stomp Time

The Five Satins: Shadows

Johnny Maestro & The Crests: Picking Petals From The Flower of Love

Magnificent Four: The Stars In The Sky

Louis Lyman: Honey, Honey

Geator Theme Music

[Unidentified Artist]: Is It Too Late

[Unidentified Artist]: Red Sails In The Sunset

Goodnight Sweetheart Theme

A JOINT PRODUCTION

Hosted by William Levy for Radio Free Amsterdam

Produced by William Levy at Radio 100, Amsterdam

Digital transfers from cassettes, editing & annotation by John Sinclair

Executive Producer: Steve Pratt

Special thanks to Ben Schot & Steve The Fly

© 1988, 2019 William Levy. Used with permission.

The Dr. Doo Wop Show 29: Rocket 88

Dr. Doo Wop is hosting a doo-wop program this week called Rocket 88 contributed by his colleague Otto Fuchs in Austria, featuring music from the Doctor by The Five Keys, The Coasters, Ken Nordine, Milly Smalls, and a pair of unidentified artists, and from Rocket 88 by Billl Haley & The Comets, Ricky Nelson, Elvis Presley, Jerry Lee Lewis, Rockin’ Teddy Reedell, Johnny Burnett, Dorsey Burnett, Gene Winston, Eddie Cochran, The Big Bopper, Richie Wellins, Buddy Holly, Jackie Wilson, Marty Waller, and Billy Fury as played on The Dr. Doowop Show for Radio 100 in Amsterdam just after the turn of the century.

The john Sinclair Foundation Presents

ROCKET 88

THE DR. DOO WOP SHOW 29

William Levy, Radio 100, Amsterdam, November 1, 2002 [19260]

The Five Keys: Me Makum Pow Wow

The Coasters: Bad Detective

Bill Haley & The Comets: Thanks For The Summer Souvenirs

Otto Fuchs Comments

Ricky Nelson: Poor Little Fool

Elvis Presley: Blue Moon

Jerry Lee Lewis: I’ll Make It All Up To You

Rockin’ Teddy Reedell: Rockin’ Judy

Johnny Burnett: You’ll Learn To Cry

Dorsey Burnett: Raining In My Heart

Gene Winston: You Belong To Me

Eddie Cochran: Have Loved

The Big Bopper: Strange Kisses

Richie Wellins: Bluebirds Over The Mountain

Buddy Holly: True Love Ways

Jackie Wilson: Lonely Teardrops

Marty Waller: A Teenager In Love

Billy Fury: Do You Really Love Me Too

Billy Fury: Fool’s Errand

[Unidentified Artist]: Beauty School Drop-Out

Ken Nordine: My Right Hand

[Unidentified Artist]: The Asiatic Flu

Milly Smalls: My Boy Lollipop

Goodnight Sweetheart Theme

A JOINT PRODUCTION

Hosted by William Levy for Radio Free Amsterdam

Produced by William Levy at Radio 100, Amsterdam

Post-production, editing & annotation by John Sinclair

Executive Producer: Steve Pratt

Special thanks to Ben Schot

© 2002, 2019 William Levy. Used with permission.

The Dr. Doo Wop Show 28: Whadda Ya Know New

Dr. Doo Wop brings some great music from the Golden Age of American Music as played on his programs for Radio 100 in Amsterdam from the turn of the century, with cuts this week from Sophie Tucker, Bessie Smith, The Unique Teens, The Illusions, The Del Vikings, The Cadillacs, The Velveteers, The Mello Kings, The Devotions, Younger Days, The Del Satins, The Marvelettes, Lester Flatt, Lee Andrews & The Hearts, Willis “Gator Tail” Jackson, and Ruth Brown.

The john Sinclair Foundation Presents

WHADDA YA KNOW NEW

THE DR. DOO WOP SHOW 28

William Levy, Radio 100, Amsterdam, June 28, 2002 [19246]

Sophie Tucker: He Hadn’t Up To Yesterday

Bessie Smith: I Need A Little Sugar In My Bowl

The Unique Teens: Whadda Ya Know New

The Illusions: Hey Boy

The Del Vikings: Voodoo Man

The Cadillacs: Frankenstein

The Velveteers: Oh Baby

The Mello Kings: Tonight, Tonight

The Devotions: Rip Van Winkle

Younger Days: Rip Van Winkle

The Del Satins: Read Between The LInes

The Marvelettes: Please Mr. Postman

Lester Flatt: You Can’t Tell The Boys From The Girls

Lester Flatt: Let Your Love Shine Through

Lee Andrews & The Hearts: It’s Me

Lee Andrews & The Hearts: The Girl Around The Corner

Willis “Gator Tail” Jackson: Gator’s Groove

Ruth Brown: So Long

Goodnight Sweetheart Theme

A JOINT PRODUCTION

Hosted by William Levy for Radio Free Amsterdam

Produced by William Levy at Radio 100, Amsterdam

Post-production, editing & annotation by John Sinclair

Executive Producer: Steve Pratt

Special thanks to Ben Schot

© 2002, 2019 William Levy. Used with permission.