Five on Friday Set 187

Posted: Friday, August 16, 2013 by Travis Cody in

Well gang...I didn't realize until just now that my Set didn't post.  I had the wrong date on it.  Then naturally, because I wanted to get it posted, Blogger gave me trouble.


Sorry about that.

Five on Friday Set 187 by Travis on Grooveshark

The Night has a Thousand Eyes, written by Benjamin Weisman/Dorothy Wayne/Marilynn Garrett, released by Bobby Vee in 1962

Sugar Shack, written by Keith McCormack/Jimmy Torres, released by jimmy Gilmer and the Fireballs in 1963

I'll Never Find Another You, written by Tom Springfield, released by The Seekers in 1964 

It Hurts To Be In Love, written by Howard Greenfield/Helen Miller, released in 1964

Call Me, written by Tony Hatch, released by Chris Montez in 1966


  1. I'll Never Find Another you is the favorite, though you and Mike both found Bobby Vee. I went mining for Gold.

  1. Great set,I did a whole set of Bobby Vee. I guess like minds do thinkl a like at times.

  1. Sugar shack is the primary one I know from this list.

  1. Anonymous says:

    Thanks for the tunes. Still on the road for our Heritage Journey, but at least I can listen to music after our evening swim. Peace. GGG

  1. Call Me -- that was a two-listen tune! By the way, I scrolled down and watched the two guys' contemporary dance from So You Think You Can Dance -- loved it.

  1. Akelamalu says:

    Better late than never! Love your choices.

  1. Anonymous says:

    Trav: Just stopping back to tell you I'm glad to read that you found my post about Operation Tidal Wave. Did you see the photo of the plane and the black cloud of smoke about the oli refinery? Yikes. You're right, though. LOTS to learn about WW2. Peace. GGG