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1. Lorraine - Buddy Covelle
2. Uncle John - Wild Child Gipson
3. Do the Rock and Roll - Fox Hall
4. Promise Mr Thomas - Varetta Dillard
5. Cool Cat and His White Bucks - the Mon-Vales
6. Audrey - Billy Leman
7. Crazy Man - Ben Hughes
8. Little Girl Next Door - Collay
9. Frieda, Frieda - the Valiants
10. Kissin' Boogie - Preston Love with Beverley Wright
11. Hey Little Lucy! (Don't Cha Put No Lipstick on) - Conway Twitty
12. Oh! Janet - Ross Minimi
13. Geraldine - Jack Scott
14. Record Hop - Bill Carey
15. Lizzie Lou - Willie Mitchell Orch
16. Oh-Ye-Louise - Chip Fisher
17. Boy with the Be-Bop Glasses - the Dawn Breakers
18. Mabel's Gone - Johnny Jano
19. Litlle Miss Linda - Mac Curtis
20. Fling - the Pheatons
21. Sadie Mae - Sammy Fitzhugh
22. Hey Ruby - Arthur Osborne
23. Sneaky Pete - Sonny Fisher
24. Boppin' Bonnie - Eddie Bond
25. Boss Chick - Shortie Billups
26. Sandy - the Colonairs
27. Pretty Jane - Mark Robinson
28. This Must Be Love - Ruth Christie

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Audrey is the fifth volume in the series and the name-dropping titles include; Buddy Covelle, Lorraine, Wild Child Gipson, Uncle John, Billy Lehman and The Penn-Men, Audrey, The Valiants, Frieda, Frieda, Ross Minmi, Oh Janet, Chip Fisher, Oh Ye Louise, Sonny Fisher, Sneaky Pete and many more. Between the thematic titles you hear about rockers searching for love; Varetta Dillard, Promise Mr. Thomas, Ben Hughes, Crazy Man, and The Phaetons only want a Fling. Shorty Billups has found a Boss Chick. Who is the cool kid posing in the corner? It's no less than The Boy With The Be Bop Glasses, The Dawn Breakers, Fox Hall wants to dance and Do The Rock And Roll, and Bill Carey is the guy in charge of the Record Hop. Collay and The Satellites sing about the cutie from the street, Little Girl Next Door, and Ruth Christie is certain that things will work out and brings the fun to an end with her smooth love song This Must Be Love.