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Al Casey Combo Lyrics

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She's Funny That Way Once she dressed in silks and lace, Owned a Rolls…

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Lyman McLallen

The first time I head this song I was a young teenager listening to disc jockey Dick Biondi at night on WLS Chicago (89 on the AM dial) in the early 1960s. Teenagers all over the Midwest tuned in at night to WLS because it broadcast 50,000 watts on an all-clear channel, one of the few in the nation, and it would come in loud and clear at night as far away as Indianapolis, St. Louis, Kansas City, and even Memphis when the weather was right. When Sears & Roebuck began selling radios in the 1920s, there was nothing on the air to listen to, so the company began WLS so its customers could tune in and listen – and buy more radios. WLS also proved to be a great way to reach all the Sears mail order customers out in the country through the airwaves. The call letters – WLS – stood for World’s Largest Store, which at the time, Sears was.

tio borracho

+Lyman McLallen Thanx for the history lesson. Much appreciated.


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John Hogan

Really? Is that why this groovy little number came up after I played the bank robbery remix? So grooveh

Ray Edge

Aaron Gutierrez Davis ain't a first name.

Aaron Gutierrez

McKenna Laura Davis your whole name is three first names 👀

Electro Music Drops

Stranger Things brought me here <333

Myrtle Gordon

Hot 100 debut: 4/7/62 (#92); Chart peak: #92 (4/7/62, week 1 on chart); Last week on chart: 4/14/62 (#95); Total weeks on chart: 2


On this day in 1962 {March 22nd} the Al Casey Combo performed "Cookin'" on the Dick Clark ABC-TV weekday-afternoon program, 'American Bandstand'...
Eight days later on April 1st the instrumental entered Billboard's Top 100* chart at position #92, the following week it was at #95 and that was also it's second and final week in the Top 100...
The Combo had two other Top 100 records, "Jivin' Around" {#71 in 1962} and "Surfin' Hootenanny" {#48 in 1963}...
Al Casey played guitar on two Top 10 records, "The Fool" by Sanford Clark {#9 in 1956} and "Endless Sleep" by Jody Reynolds {#5 in 1958}...
He also co-composed one Top 10 record, Duane Eddy's "Forty Miles of Bad Road", it peaked at #9 in 1959...
Alvin Wayne Casey passed away at the age of 69 on September 17th, 2006...
May he R.I.P.
* And from the 'For What It's Worth' department, the week after "Cookin'" fell off the Top 100 chart, it was at #107 on Billboard's Bubbling Under the Top 100 chart...

Kent Seary

Such a cool record, killer organ and sax!

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