From: Regina Litman <>
Subject: RESULTS and ANSWER KEY for Golden Oldies Lyrics Quiz 378 (GOLQ378)
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Date: Wed, 29 Aug 2018 19:41:06 -0400 (EDT)

RESULTS & ANSWER KEY for Golden Oldies Lyrics Quiz #378 (GOLQ378)

Congratulations to James White, NAVAIRHEADS, The EJ'S & Co., Will McCorry, the
Village Idiots, and Really Rockin' in Boston who, with scores of 500++, took
first place in this quiz.  The next highest score was Mike Weaver, with 486++.

The major theme of GOLQ378 was National Hockey League (NHL) teams, in honor of
the Washington Capitals winning their first-ever Stanley Cup this year.
Although I live in the Philadelphia area now, I am originally from the
Washington, DC, area and have never stopped being a Capitals fan.  I realize
that not everyone follows hockey, but while brainstorming songs for this quiz,
various songs with NHL team names in their artists, titles, and lyrics kept
running through my mind.  Besides, I remember another quizmaster using a golf
theme a while back, and a lot of those references were lost on me.  When I
couldn't come up with a song referencing a particular team's nickname, I
resorted to the team's location or to a singular form of the team's name (and
in one case, a plural form of the team's location).  I also had to go with a
misspelling of the champion Capitals' name and a translation from French to
English, as well as a transition from plural to singular, for another team.
With each song from this theme, I will give the name of the NHL team
referenced.  I want to apologize to any fans of the Ottawa Senators, Toronto
Maple Leafs, Edmonton Oilers, Chicago Blackhawks, Detroit Red Wings, Colorado
Avalanche, San Jose Sharks, and Winnipeg Jets for not including your teams in
this quiz.

Actually, the Sharks and the Jets are in this GOLQ.  Yes, I said there were no
two-fers between the major theme and the minor theme, but the Jets and the
Sharks can be part of the minor theme, which is songs from the musical WEST
SIDE STORY.  If you are familiar with this story, which was originally a
Broadway musical in 1957 and then a Best Picture Oscar-winning film in 1961,
you know that the two rival gangs featured in it are the Sharks and the Jets.
The reason I chose the WEST SIDE STORY theme was to honor composer Leonard
Bernstein on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of his birth on August 25,
1918.  The purpose of my use of the audio format for the first time was to
bring Bernstein's tunes, in addition to Stephen Sondheim's lyrics, into this
quiz.  Fortuitously, using the audio format also allowed me to use some of the
songs I chose for the NHL theme.

The EJ'S & Co., Will McCorry, The Village Idiots, and Really Rockin' In Boston
identified both themes.  Mike Weaver, Team Teitelbaum, Vito and the
Salutations, and Delphi Trivia Club identified the WEST SIDE STORY theme.
Other guesses for the theme included geographic names and themes from films.
In addition to the WEST SIDE STORY songs, #01, #17, and #21 are from movies
(and are also these movies' themes).

The two tie-breakers ended up forming a theme of their own of North American
place names--Canada, America, and, in the lyrics of #T2, San Juan.  Also, both
tie-breakers are listed by Whitburn as classic non-Hot 100 songs.

GOLQ378's mean score was 459.15, and the median was 486.

My thanks to everyone who participated.

Tom Pillion has posted GOLQ379.

-- Regina Litman <>

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Tie Breaker Scoring Key
    +  after numeric score below indicates a tie-breaker answered correctly.
    -  indicates partial credit..  
    x  indicates a totally incorrect guess.
    .  indicates no guess.

                                                                   # on
Pos Score ID Name and E-mail address                               Team Age(s)
T01 500++ JW James White                      <jjwhite17&>   1   70
T01 500++ NA NAVAIRHEADS                   <tompillion&>   1   71
T01 500++ EJ The EJ'S & Co.: Ellis, Vinnie, Kevin, Denise, Mitch,     6   50+
                                     Carl <ellisbromberg&>
T01 500++ WM Will McCorry                   <wmccorry&>   1   60
T01 500++ VI The Village Idiots                   <MrJaded&>   5
                              (Doug, Michael, Andrew, Andy, Roxanne)
T01 500++ RR Really Rockin' In Boston             <rardini&>   6 60s,70s
 07 486++ MW Mike Weaver                   <oldtunes&>   1
 08 460-+ TT Team Teitelbaum      (Howard, Bonnie, Patty)             3  56-68
 09 456x+ JL Jamie Lubin                <pookie18323&>   1  older
 10 421++ VS Vito & the Salutations          <baileyl&> 4-5 boomers
 11 416++ DT Delphi Trivia Club         <rcwkid99&>   7 grey and
                                                                  getting greyer
 12 410-+ CO The Coasters (Rick & Kathy Schubert, Magic Marc,         4  65-69
                                      Bigfoot Mae) <rns&>
 13 320-+ TA Team Asia (Mitch Herczeg)         <yherczeg&>   1   66
Pos Score ID Name and E-mail address                               # on Age(s)

The following table gives the individual scoring breakdown.  A '-' is used to
indicate that no guess was made for a question, whereas a zero indicates that
a completely incorrect response was submitted.

   01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25
JW 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20
NA 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20
EJ 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20
WM 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20
VI 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20
RR 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20
MW 20 20 20 20 20 10 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 18 20 20 20 18 20 20 20 20
TT 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20  - 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20  - 20
JL 20 20 20  - 20 20 20 20 20 20  - 20 20 20 20 20 18 20 20 20 18 20 20 20 20
VS 20 20 20 20 20 20  - 20 18 20  5 20 20  -  - 20 20 20 20 20 18 20 20 20 20
DT 20 20 20 20 20 20  - 20 20 20  - 20 20 20  - 20 18 20 20 20 20  - 20 18 20
CO 20 20 20  - 20 10 20 20 20 20  - 20 20 20 20 20  - 20 20 20 20 20 20  - 20
TA 15  - 18 20 20 10  - 20 18  -  - 20  -  5  - 20  - 20 20 20 18 20 18 20 18
   01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25


Answers are in the form:
#number) Artist: Title (year[s]) [peak position on Pop chart] {peak R&B}

[-]   = did not make pop chart
{-}   = did not make R&B chart
{F}   = made R&B chart as a flip side
{n/c} = no Billboard R&B chart published during this recording's period
        of peak popularity
#01) Association, The: "Goodbye Columbus" (1969) [80] {-}

Columbus Blue Jackets

I had been thinking of using this song anyway as a tribute to author Philip
Roth who died on May 22, 2018.  This song was the theme song for the movie of
the same name, which was based on his 1959 novella, also called GOODBYE
COLUMBUS.  The film GOODBYE COLUMBUS was notable for being Ali MacGraw's first
major motion picture.
#02) Barry, Len: "Somewhere" (1966) [26] {-}

#03) Blues Magoos: "(We Ain't Got) Nothin' Yet" (1966/67) [5] {-}

St. Louis Blues
#04) Buffalo Springfield, The: "Expecting To Fly" (1968) [98] {-}

Buffalo Sabres

For many years, I didn't know that the Buffalo Springfield had any charting
singles other than "For What It's Worth (Stop, Hey What's That Sound)" and
"Rock and Roll Woman".  (I also didn't know about the parenthetical portion in
the title of the former.)  Eventually, I learned they had a total of five, plus
three that bubbled under.  I chose one of their songs written by Neil Young and
featuring his lead vocals because I once saw him on a hockey awards show
presenting the equivalent of the Most Valuable Player Award to Eric Lindros of
the Philadelphia Flyers.  His father, Scott Young, was a noted hockey
#05) Capitols, The: "Cool Jerk" (1966) [7] {2}

Washington Capitals

As with the Buffalo Springfield, I didn't know about other charting songs by
the Capitols until many years later.  They had a total of three, plus one more
that bubbled under.  I almost had to use one of those other two because this
was the first GOLQ for which "Cool Jerk" was eligible again after its last use.
#06) Christie, Lou: "Rhapsody In The Rain" (1966) [16] {-}

Tampa Bay Lightning - "Lightning" is in the lyrics featured in this audio

This was his follow-up to his biggest hit record (and only #1) "Lightnin'
Strikes."  Indeed, this song is filled with reminscences of the scenes in the
first song.  By the way, if I had wanted to use "Lightnin' Strikes," I would
not have used an audio snippet that contains the word "lightning."  When I
heard this song on the radio in 1966, I heard what I now know to be the
uncensored version (somewhat uncharacteristic for the Washington, DC, area back
then).  In other places, radio stations played a version in which "we were
making love in the rain" was replaced with "we fell in love in the rain" and
"our love went much too far" was replaced with "love came like a falling star."
#07) Darensbourg, Joe, and his Dixie Flyers: "Yellow Dog Blues" (1958) [43] {-}

Philadelphia Flyers

I couldn't omit the Philadelphia Flyers from this quiz.  While I could have
chosen quite a few songs with Philadelphia, I wondered if I could find Flyers
anywhere.  I was aware of a group of studio backup singers called the Dixie
Flyers and knew they had label credit on some songs.  When I looked them up, I
found that they weren't active until 1970, but there was another group called
Joe Darensbourg and his Dixie Flyers that had one Hot 100 entry in 1958.  Thus,
their song was added to this GOLQ (and would have led me to do an audio GOLQ if
I wasn't already doing one).

"Yellow Dog Blues" was originally written by W.C Handy in 1915 as "Yellow Dog
Rag."  It was an answer song to "I Wonder Where My Easy Rider's Gone?" written
for the vaudeville stage by Shelton Brooks in 1913.  It has been recorded by
many artists as both an instrumental and with lyrics.  Bessie Smith's 1925
recording is probably the best-known vocal version.
#08) Donovan: "Atlantis" (1969) [7] {-}

Los Angeles Kings - "Kings" is in the lyrics featured in this audio snippet.

This was the last song added to this GOLQ.  The Kings were originally going to
be represented as part of the name of the Kingston Trio along with their Boston
song.  I didn't like having a big gap between Christie and Fame filled only by
what I figured would be a stumper.  I looked in the range between Darensbourg
and Fame for either "kings" or "senators" (or the singular of either one).
After ruling out "Gallant Men" by Senator Everett McKinley Dirksen for personal
reasons, I chose this one from multiple "kings" candidates.  ("Fortunate Son"
by Creedence Clearwater Revival mentions "senator" and fits into the original
gap, but I wanted to close the larger gap surrounding #07.)
#09) Fame, Georgie and The Blue Flames: "Yeh, Yeh" (1965) [21] {-}

Calgary Flames
#10) Fisher, Eddie: "Tonight" (1961) [44] {-}


Other charting/Bubbling Under versions, also in 1961:
Ferrante & Teicher, #8
Jay & the Americans (original "Jay", Jay Traynor, on lead vocal), #120

I found Eddie Fisher's version when I was looking up another song of his not
too long ago and didn't bother to look for other charting versions of it.  I
wish I had found the Ferrante and & Teicher version earlier because it peaked
higher.  It would have gone into the same spot in the alphabet.
#11) Islanders, The: "The Enchanted Sea" (1959) [15] {-}

New York Islanders

This was a competing cover with one by Martin Denny, which reached #28 the same
year and entered the Hot 100 just a few weeks later.  The Islanders were a pop
instrumental duo of Randy Starr (real name Warren Nadel) on guitar and Frank
Merlis on accordion.  Starr as a solo artist and singer had hit with "After
School" in 1957.  He also was a dentist.
#12) Johnny and the Hurricanes: "Beatnik Fly" (1960) [15] {-}

Carolina Hurricanes

"Beatnik Fly" is an instrumental version of the song known as "Jimmy Crack
Corn" or "Blue Tail Fly."  Has it already been 102 GOLQs since I did one of my
other very easy GOLQs with the Johnny and Jimmy theme, GOLQ276?  I would have
loved to have used this song then to cover both names in that theme.  Well, now
I finally got to use this record.  Delphi Trivia Club mentioned "Jimmy Crack
Corn" in its entry.
#13) Kingston Trio, The: "M.T.A." (1959) [15] {-}

Boston Bruins - "Boston" is in the lyrics featured in this audio snippet.

The public transportation system in Boston is now called the MBTA.  But the one
in Baltimore is called MTA.
#14) Landis, Jerry: "The Lone Teen Ranger" (1963) [97] {-}

New York Rangers

Jerry Landis was the Jerry in Tom & Jerry, who had a hit with "Hey Schoolgirl"
in 1957.  He also had some charting songs in later years under the name Paul
Simon as well as some with the guy who was Tom as Simon & Garfunkel.

I'm surprised no one mentioned this connection in an entry, although one of the
members of the GOLQ team the Coasters did in an unofficial email to me.
#15) Lee, Jackie: "The Duck" (1965/66) [14] {4}

Anaheim Ducks

The same person on the Coasters team who wrote about Jerry Landis/Paul Simon
also mentioned that Jackie Lee was actually Earl Nelson.  Nelson was one-half
of Bob & Earl and also sang lead on the Hollywood Flames' hit "Buzz-Buzz-Buzz."
He took his name for this song from his wife's middle name, Jackie, and his
middle name, Lee.  This was his only Hot 100 entry as a solo artist, but he
also had three that bubbled under.  A different Jackie Lee just barely made the
Hot 100 at #95 for two weeks in 1959 with the instrumental "Happy Vacation."
#16) Lindsay, Mark: "Arizona" (1969) [10] {-}

Arizona Coyotes

Lindsay was the long-time lead singer of Paul Revere & the Raiders.  This was
the highest charting of his eight solo singles that reached the Hot 100, all
between 1969 and 1971.  Some of the records released under the group name have
been revealed over the years to have been Lindsay solo recordings, including
all or most of their 1968 album GOING TO MEMPHIS and their only #1 record,
"Indian Reservation (The Lament of the Cherokee Reservation Indian)," in 1971.
#17) Mancini, Henry, and his Orchestra: "The Pink Panther Theme" (1964) [31] {-}

Florida Panthers
#18) Mathis, Johnny: "Maria" (1960, 1961/62) [78/88] {-}


Other charting/Bubbling Under versions, both in 1962:
Roger Williams, #48
George Chakiris, #110

George Chakiris played the role of Bernardo in the film version.  The male
character who sings this song originally is Tony.

Perhaps I would have used the Roger Williams instrumental version in this audio
GOLQ to ease the crowding in this part of the alphabet if I had known about it
#19) Nashville Teens, The: "Tobacco Road" (1964) [14] {n/c}

Nashville Predators

I used the same lines in this snippet in GOLQ281.  I have never been sure of
the first line.  I remember finding this song on a lyrics website and using the
lyrics I found there--"I was born in a trunk."  Even then, I wasn't sure if
they were the correct ones.  I wanted to use this song again in GOLQ357,
shortly after the death of the guy who wrote it, John D. Loudermilk, but it had
been used in another GOLQ too recently.  I'm glad I didn't use it then because
it wouldn't have been eligible to be used now.  I have heard many versions of
this song over the years and keep hearing different things for that one line.
Recently, I decided to see if Loudermilk himself recorded "Tobacco Road" and
searched for such a recording on YouTube.  I found one, but I still couldn't
decipher the line definitively!  The artists I have heard perform this include
two others in this GOLQ--The Blues Magoos and Mark Lindsay, as lead singer of
the Raiders.  Other artists who charted with this song or have recordings that
are considered by Whitburn to be classic, non-Hot 100 songs in the GOLQ era or
shortly after are:

Lou Rawls (live), 1966, classic
Jamul, 1970, #93 (played heavily on Washington, DC, Top 40 station WPGC)
Edgar Winter (live), 1972, classic
#20) The Penguins: "Earth Angel (Will You Be Mine)" (1954/55) [8] {1}

Pittsburgh Penguins

I have seen some label scans showing the title as just "Earth Angel," so I gave
full credit for either answer.
#21) Presley, Elvis, with the Jordanaires: "Viva Las Vegas" (1964) [29] {n/c}

Vegas Golden Knights, the runner-up team for the Stanley Cup in only their
first year of existence

This is one of several hits by Elvis that were written by Doc Pomus and Mort
Shuman.  ZZ Top's version of this song reached #10 in the UK in 1992.
#22) Rebels: "Wild Weekend" (1962) [8] {28}

Minnesota Wild

Team Teitelbaum--Later pressings show artist as The Rockin' Rebels, so as to
avoid confusion with the Rebels who were Duane Eddy's backing band.  Original
vocal version of the tune was the theme song for Buffalo, NY DJ Tom Shannon,
which he recorded with the Russ Hallett Trio.  It opens this 1961 aircheck:  Shannon DJ'd at a Buffalo record
hop where The Rebels were playing.  He liked their instrumental rendition of
his theme song, which led to their recording it.  It was a local Buffalo hit on
the Marlee label in 1960, but became a national hit when re-issued on Swan two
years later.

NAVAIRHEADS also noted the Rockin' Rebels name for later pressings.  I gave
full credit for either answer, both of which fit alphabetically.
#23) Sedaka, Neil: "Little Devil" (1961) [11] {-}

New Jersey Devils

My first choice for a "Devil" song would have gone into this spot
alphabetically--"Devil With A Blue Dress On & Good Golly Miss Molly" by Mitch
Ryder & the Detroit Wheels, which also would have put the Detroit Red Wings in
this quiz.  However, "Good Golly Miss Molly" had been used too recently in a
GOLQ (one of mine!).  I was going to put another Mitch Ryder & the Detroit
Wheels song in its place until I decided to fill the gap described for #08
#24) Taylor, Bobby, & The Vancouvers: "Does Your Mama Know About Me"
       (1968) [29] {5}

Vancouver Canucks

Vito and the Salutations noted that Tommy Chong of Cheech and Chong was a
member of this group.  The song was about interracial dating, a hot topic for
#25) Walker, Jr., & the All Stars: "What Does It Take (To Win Your Love)"
       (1969) [4] {1}

Dallas Stars

#T1) Lightfoot, Gordon: "Canadian Railroad Trilogy" (1967) [-] {-}

Montreal Canadiens

Gordon Lightfoot, no doubt one of the most successful Canadian singers ever,
did not start charting in the Hot 100 until 1970 but had several recordings
issued in the U.S. before then.  This song was commissioned from Lightfoot by
the CBC for a special broadcast on January 1, 1967, to start Canada's
Centennial year.
#T2) Lopez, Trini: "A-Me-Ri-Ca" (1963) [-] {-}


I was surprised to find that this recording did not chart because I remember
hearing it a lot on the radio over the years.  At least I was able to use it as
a tie-breaker.  The lyrics in Lopez's version do not match either the ones in
the original Broadway production or the movie, but they are closer to the ones
in the Broadway show.  None of the entries gave "A-Me-Ri-Ca" as the title of
this song.  Two entries showed the title as "A-me-ri-ca" which is close to the
Whitburn book's listing of "A-mer-ica".  The other entries used "America" which
is how it is shown on the Broadway original cast and movie original soundtrack
albums.  I gave full credit for all of these variations.

I posted the following as a comment on a YouTube video containing both
"America" and "Tonight" from the WEST SIDE STORY movie soundtrack at :

"'America' a timely song for the past year or so.  The lyrics for the
movie version are not quite the same as in the original Broadway version and a
fairly well-known recording by Trini Lopez.  Both the Broadway and Lopez
versions contain the line, 'Puerto Rico is in America,' which the US President
didn't even know. Those other two versions also refer to having an electrical
current in San Juan in which to plug in a TV, a perhaps biased view of Puerto
Rico's more vulnerable power situation, which was exposed by Hurricane Maria
last year.  The Lopez version does have one outdated line, 'Everything's built
in America!"'

One final word about GOLQ378 in general:

All of the recordings used in this GOLQ are available on YouTube as of now.
Most of the other versions of them and other songs mentioned here are also
available there, including the censored version of "Rhapsody in the Rain" (but
beware - at least one video marked as being of the censored version is actually
the uncensored one) and various vocal and instrumental versions of "Yellow Dog
Blues."  I have not included links to them because such links sometimes tend to
disappear, plus I now mainly access YouTube on devices other than the desktop
computer I use for my GOLQ work.  Therefore, I can't easily transfer the direct
links to this document.  I found all of the songs I checked by using the
YouTube search feature.


This chart ranks the songs/artists from most to least recognized.  The second
number on the line denotes the average number of points scored on that song
(total points divided by number of entrants, to 2 decimal places).  For
comparison purposes, tie-breakers are scored here on the usual 20-point scale.

The themes no doubt helped many of the participants identify some of the
stumpers.  Also, the audio format allowed some artists to be identified more
easily, especially Gordon Lightfoot for #T1 and Neil Young as the lead vocalist
on the Buffalo Springfield song.  Usually a tie-breaker that gets a perfect
score of 20 points would be a song that performed a lot better than expected,
but I expected "A-Me-Ri-Ca" to score high.  I did not expect "Canadian Railroad
Trilogy" to score higher than either "The Duck" or "The Enchanted Sea."  Both
of these scored lower than I expected them to score.  I expected some entries
that only identified Gordon Lightfoot as the #T1 artist, without supplying the
title (which did happen in three instances, but I thought there would be more
such entries).  "The Pink Panther Theme" also scored lower than I expected, but
part of the low score is attributable to some entries leaving off "and his
Orchestra" from the artist name.  "Yellow Dog Blues" scored higher than I
expected it to score.  I expected it to either be at #26 ahead of only
"Canadian Railroad Trilogy" or at #27.

Rank Avg. Song
T01 20.00 #05) Capitols, The: "Cool Jerk" (1966) [7] {2}
T01 20.00 #08) Donovan: "Atlantis" (1969) [7] {-}
T01 20.00 #12) Johnny and the Hurricanes: "Beatnik Fly" (1960) [15] {-}
T01 20.00 #16) Lindsay, Mark: "Arizona" (1969) [10] {-}
T01 20.00 #18) Mathis, Johnny: "Maria" (1960, 1961/62) [78/88] {-}
T01 20.00 #19) Nashville Teens, The: "Tobacco Road" (1964) [14] {n/c}
T01 20.00 #20) The Penguins: "Earth Angel (Will You Be Mine)" (1954/55) [8] {1}
T01 20.00 #T2) Lopez, Trini: "A-Me-Ri-Ca" (1963) [-] {-}
T09 19.85 #03) Blues Magoos: "(We Ain't Got) Nothin' Yet" (1966/67) [5] {-}
T09 19.85 #23) Sedaka, Neil: "Little Devil" (1961) [11] {-}
T09 19.85 #25) Walker, Jr., & the All Stars: "What Does It Take (...)" (1969)
 12 19.69 #09) Fame, Georgie and The Blue Flames: "Yeh, Yeh" (1965) [21] {-}
 13 19.62 #01) Association, The: "Goodbye Columbus" (1969) [80] {-}
 14 19.38 #21) Presley, Elvis, with the Jordanaires: "Viva Las Vegas" (1964)
T15 18.46 #02) Barry, Len: "Somewhere" (1966) [26] {-}
T15 18.46 #10) Fisher, Eddie: "Tonight" (1961) [44] {-}
T15 18.46 #13) Kingston Trio, The: "M.T.A." (1959) [15] {-}
T15 18.46 #22) Rebels: "Wild Weekend" (1962) [8] {28}
 19 17.69 #06) Christie, Lou: "Rhapsody In The Rain" (1966) [16] {-}
 20 17.31 #14) Landis, Jerry: "The Lone Teen Ranger" (1963) [97] {-}
 21 16.92 #04) Buffalo Springfield, The: "Expecting To Fly" (1968) [98] {-}
 22 16.77 #24) Taylor, Bobby, & The Vancouvers: "Does Your Mama Know About Me"
 23 16.46 #17) Mancini, Henry, and his Orchestra: "The Pink Panther Theme"
 24 16.15 #T1) Lightfoot, Gordon: "Canadian Railroad Trilogy" (1967) [-] {-}
 25 15.38 #07) Darensbourg, Joe, and his Dixie Flyers: "Yellow Dog Blues" (1958)
 26 13.85 #15) Lee, Jackie: "The Duck" (1965/66) [14] {4}
 27 12.69 #11) Islanders, The: "The Enchanted Sea" (1959) [15] {-}

Regina Litman <>