Your Requests, Part Five!

I am holding to my promise to play every request that was made. That’s the good part. The hard part has been trying to fit some of them in with others. For example, I couldn’t bring myself to play The Twelfth Of Never after Stairway To Heaven. Just didn’t work.

So today I think I have found the solution. I have taken the songs that didn’t fit in other medleys and put them into what I’m calling a mostly mellow medley. Remember, I said mostly. The Elvis song following Mathis didn’t quite mesh but what the hell. 🙂

Memories … That’s What We’re All About

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Your Requests, Part Five

Everly Brothers – Harry Belafonte
Buddy Holly – Kenny Rogers
Johnny Cash – Patsy Cline
Johnny Mathis – Elvis Presley
Platters – Ray Charles
Gerry Rafferty

Comments (14)

  1. Nancy Garbati

    Another great group of your listeners favorites. Got an early start today as I’m off to an event Grandview Invitational. Have a great day and as always, thank you!

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    1. Ray (Post author)

      Thank you, Nancy!
      I hope you have a wonderful time today! Keep on smiling!

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  2. Rosa-Lee Gould

    Happy Feb. 1st Ray, Ted & I had no problem listening to your misfit medley today& are definitely not puzzled that it all came together. Have a good day & thank you.

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    1. Ray (Post author)

      Thanks, Lee & Ted
      I wasn’t too sure how it would be received, but it appears to have gone over very well!

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  3. Mary Helen Hawthorne

    What a great idea for listener’s requests!
    These medleys have taken us back to the music of our youth and what joy they have evoked
    Again great fans and a master mixer make for music that celebrates

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    1. Ray (Post author)

      Thanks, Mary Helen!
      This medley really was a trip way back in time!
      I’m so glad you enjoyed it!

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  4. Pat Conant

    Fantastic medley, right up my alley, as I’m sure you know! Thanks Ray. I love “I Walk the Line”, but everyone knows (or should know) that “He Stopped Loving Her Today” is the #1 country song ever!!

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    1. Ray (Post author)

      Thanks, Pat.
      When I said Rolling Stone named it #1, I was thinking to myself, “no, it’s not because George owns that one.” In fact, I could name several others who I would place above “I Walk The Line”.

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  5. Jim

    Good mix-up of oldies! I particularly liked “Jailhouse Rock”, “Hit the Road Jack” and I love just about everything that Gerry Rafferty did.

    Thank you, Ray

    Jim

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    1. Ray (Post author)

      Thanks, Jim!
      If you like high energy music (and I know you do!), make sure to listen tomorrow for a 45-minute rock and roll bonanza!

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  6. Penny S Capron

    wonderful medley .. loved them all and interesting backstories!!!
    Elvis will get you hoppin!! Love the 12th of never!!
    Rock the day my friend
    XXOO

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    1. Ray (Post author)

      Thank you, Penny!
      I did have to include Elvis, just to keep the place hoppin!
      Nobody on the planet loves that Mathis song more than Rose.
      I’ve got something very special with your name on it tomorrow!
      XOXO

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  7. Pat Conant

    One other memory from 62/63: I was that girl in “I Fall To Pieces”. But we did remain friends for the rest of our high School years, and it really is a good memory now 60+ years later.

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    1. Ray (Post author)

      As long as it is a good memory 🙂

      Reply

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