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Music of the 50`s

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My Dad got me tickets. in the 50`s  When my girlfriend and I went we had the forth role seating from the stage. All five seating's were adults. And we were only the kids screaming our heads off :lol:  Elvis took his tie off and threw it at us. But a big guy knocked my girl friend down and grab it :( 

Read in the news paper the next day he sold it, if we would have gotten it we `d would never as sold it :o   

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oh, we went backstage and Elvis lefted and we got autographs from the whole band.:)  

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she was there to

 

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OverSword

Very nice!  I love Elvis!

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Will Due

 

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the first record I ever bought :)

 

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StarMountainKid

Seeburg Corp. music was played in grocery stores, department stores, restaurants, etc. in the 1950's. The special record player could play both sides of a record, 20 songs per record, up to 25 records repeatedly, at 16 2/3 rpm - 1000 songs. If you alive in the '50s you heard this stuff.

 

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4 minutes ago, StarMountainKid said:

Seeburg Corp. music was played in grocery stores, department stores, restaurants, etc. in the 1950's. The special record player could play both sides of a record, 20 songs per record, up to 25 records repeatedly, at 16 2/3 rpm - 1000 songs. If you alive in the '50s you heard this stuff.

 

I know the oldest 33 records found was only on one side, was worth the most.

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docyabut2

Got Jerry lee`s 45 record on Sun label, I know Elvis`s  on the Sun  label and is worth a lot :) 

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docyabut2

one of my favorite :lol:

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GlitterRose

Actually released in 1959...

 

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my kids always  liked my 50`s songs-  why do fools fall in love is their  favorite  

 

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of course  Run around sue

 

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GlitterRose

We're both singing Runaround Sue over here.

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:lol:

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