Star Time #21: Whipper Snapper

Always trying to keep this barge chronologically balanced, Star Time #21's second hour attempts some friendly over-compensation by devoting itself entirely to R&B of the 1950's. The nostalgia machine spit out no less than 20 songs for that second hour, making this one of the most jammed episodes ever, line-item-wise with 35 songs in total. The first hour is the normal '60s-'70s routine. Now here's an institution you can give your honest loyalty to.

Set 1
Claude ShermackYour Gravy Train1964Goldband
Dell StewartMr. Credit Man1963Watch
Vivian CopelandChaos (In My Heart)1968D'Oro
Belita WoodsMagic Corner1969Moria
Soul ExcitementStay Together1969Pink Dolphin
Young LadiesI'm Tired of Running Around1970Stang
The SweetsSatisfy Me Baby1970Soultown
Van & TitusCry Baby Cry1968Elf
Set 2
Swamp DoggIf I Die Tomorrow (I've Lived Tonight)1970Canyon
Pandella KellyStand In for Love1971Horoscope
T-99We've Got Everything1972Hi
Barry WhiteHoney Please, Can't Ya See197320th Century
Kim TolliverI Don't Know What Foot to Dance On1975Castro
Ann PeeblesSlipped, Tripped and Fell in Love1971Hi
BloodstoneNatural High1972London
Set 3
Wynona CarrJump Jack, Jump1956Specialty
The CellosThe Be-Bop Mouse1957Apollo
Andre WilliamsMean Jean1957Fortune
LaVern BakerWhipper Snapper1958Atlantic
The Del KnightsCompensation1958Unart
Eugene ChurchMiami1959Class
Priscilla BowmanSugar Daddy1957Falcon
Clarence "Frogman" HenryAin't Got No Home1956Argo
Mickey & SylviaThere Oughta Be a Law1957Vik
Screamin' Jay HawkinsPerson to Person1957Okeh
Set 4/Outro
The BaritonesAfter School Rock1958Dore
Jimmy JohnsonLone Ranger Gonna Git Married1958Class
Elena MaderaOtra Vez1959Decca
Hutch Davie & his Honky TonkersWoodchopper's Ball1958Atco
Paul GaytenNervous Boogie1957Argo
Ruth BrownI Can't Hear a Word You Say1959Atlantic
Billy MylesThe Joker (That's What They Call Me)1957Ember
The JestersThe Plea1958Winley
The Dream GirlsOh This Is Why1959Cameo
Little RichardKeep a Knockin'1957Specialty

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