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Snippet of 1961 aircheck of WCOP Boston featuring Pepsi's dance Party.
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341 oh 980 I'll be right here, but I'll be manning the board because we'll be playing W. C. O. P. From 1961 at the Pepsi dance party. As heard here on crap from the past debates over union 26 tops blank Baden 18 nothing main 22 Rhode island 20 Main Maritime 26.6. Now the weather scope on boston and vicinity clear. Not so cool tonight, temperatures ranging from the low fifties in the cities to the upper forties in the suburbs. Mostly sunny and warm sunday but with increasing cloudiness in the late afternoon followed by evening showers or thundershowers. President boston temperature now 67 at Logan airport humidity 59%. Next low tide in boston at 11 03 tonight. Your news tip could be worth $25. Call W. C. O. P. Action Headquarters, volunteer to 6 300 this newscast a feature of W. C. O. P. Next news from Action headquarters at any moment. Next complete news at 9 55 on radio boston. W. C. O. P. Hey now live from the Victory Road armory in Dorchester. The W. C. O. P. Pepsi dance party. Mhm Hi and welcome you on the dance party. Coming to you live from the Victory Road armory in Dorchester, ken carter with you on Mighty 11 50 W. C. O. P. Right through until 10. Dancing here at the Victory Road armory right through to 11 30. We have some guests, are artists lined up for you and we'll have some dance contest Pepsi to be given away a few interviews and a few dedications to and music. The most of course music the most like this. A little marching music zone, by the flares. Look for the moment, even just the other day, my bad leg good. Our guest tonight here on the Pepsi dance party wanda Dean, the younger brothers and the one tells ken carter with you right through till 10 on mighty 11 50 W. C. O. P. From our brand new home, our second week at the Victory Road armory in Dorchester is my story. It's sad truth. It's about a girl that I once knew. She took my love then ran around with every single guy down. Yeah. Yeah. Oh keep away from a runaround. I'll keep away from a runaround Sue on her. Uh huh. What? What? Oh put down people. Wait yeah, wait, I know what you do. Keep away. Oh up to a year. A big sound in boston Town is Saturday night spectacular known as the Saturday Pepsi Dance Party. Coming to you from the victory road armory in Dorchester right through till 10. Dancing right through until 1130. And the swing, you know, is to the original W. C. O. P. The switch still is to Pepsi. Mhm. The lively crowd today agrees those who think young say Pepsi please. They picked the right one, the modern light one. Now it's Pepsi For those who think young, so go ahead and pick the drink that lets you drink young as you think. Yes, get the right one, the modern life one. Now it's pepsi for those who think young, that's Joanie Sommers singing the praises of Pepsi. This is Troy Sean Bell this time. This time we're really no, I'm it's I only lived from day to day. This time there'll be no good this time lose this time, there'll be no good like this. Done this more, that's from the Wco pizza 40 it's Troy sandal and this time my name is ken carter this time and this time we're broadcasting live from the Victory Road armory in Dorchester. It's the Pepsi dance party. Live and lively right through until 10 o'clock will be dancing right through till 11 30. Our guests who are winging their way down Dorchester way, our wanda Dean, the younger than Springtime younger brothers and the one tells a brand new one done by fats domino. What a party. Yeah, waiting in the corner shops way morning, Lord Lord Girl was this with no shoes on. Big telling me really blew his home wall. A a a a somebody take care that's new of my fats domino and boy, I wrote the all time dash orca that was for sure. Who was it? Oh yeah, fats domino. Everybody's playing the other side. But we like to be different. So we play what a party the other side is. Uh, something about a bicycle. Will you stop blowing? Come up here, Dick and dee dee in our mountains. Eyes Yeah, mm Thank you for this. Don't you don't give up mm. Mhm. Okay. I was sleeping now if you mm Yeah yeah don't give up tonight. It's a Pepsi as party with his loads of fun. For those who think young, a man from the word from a man who pays the bills. The lively crowd today agrees. Those who think young say Pepsi please. They picked the right one, the modern like one. Now it's Pepsi for those who think modern life is on the go and modern families today enjoy a pick up and go. Kind of fun. Like the fun of a picnic on a sunny afternoon. Of course the first thing they pick up before they go is lots of light, refreshing Pepsi cola in cans. The bright bracing taste of Pepsi adds life to any lively gathering. And if you buy your Pepsi and cans, why when the fun is over, you just pick up and go because there are no empties to bring back. You'll find Pepsi in Kansas convenient in so many ways, cans are easy to store, quick to chill and of course there's no deposit, no return. So whether you're joking or not, when you're shopping for a picnic or party, say you're putting yourself among people like their leisure with Pepsi, the drink that's young. So go ahead and pick the drink that lets you drink young as you think. Yes, get the right one of the modern like one now it's Pepsi for those who think you that's the word from Pepsi, a word from my Funny helpers. Now, what's your name, fabric orders. Where you from? Quincy from Quincy, Welcome to the Victory Road armory. Are you enjoying school? I'm not going to school. You're not going to school? You graduated? Are you enjoying being out of school? You know, you want to go back to you? No. Are you working? Uh you don't like working either. There's no happy medium. Believe me. You're either in school or you're not Well, what are you going to do? How old I 17, 17. I'm 18 myself. Would make a lovely couple. Thank you. What's your name? I mean, scott. Where are you from? Cambridge? From Cambridge? You're such a lovely young lady from Cambridge. They all are, you know, Cambridge? Yes. Are you enjoying this year in school? So, so, so so you got to teach you were looking for? No, no. Are you doing as well as you did last year? I hope so. You want to get out? Yes. See you tell her that when she gets out she has to go to work. Thank you very much. Your name please. Hutchinson. And you're from Quincy. From Quincy were about ST Quincy, Holliston. Wallison. You out of school? To your an oldie too, are you 17? My goodness, gracious! You working? You like working? No, no, I can't offer any solution. Thank you very much for helping me. These are the rondel is the group who will be here next week live on the Pepsi has party and my prayer. Mhm. Mhm. Uh huh. Mhm. Yeah. Mhm. Yeah. Mhm. The Randalls in a brand new one for them, It's called my Prayer and old Platters hit. And they'll be here next week to do their song, their brand new song live and lively right here on our stage at the uh Victory Road armory in Dorchester. I keep you have to remember where I am. Uh Okay, kiddies. Let's take a look at our W. C. O. P. S on 40 list. What's the song is, number one? What is it now? Hit the road, Jack? Get the road, Jack. And don't you come back? No matter what you say, Jack. And don't you come back? No more. No more. No more hit the road, Jack back. Oh woman! Don't treat me so mean. It's old woman that I've ever seen. I guess so. I'll have to play with things and that's right. Get the road Jack. And don't you come back No more. No more. Hit the road, Jack. And don't you come back? No more. Hit the road, Jack. Don't you come back no more. No more. Hit the road. Don't you come back? No more, baby! Listen, don't treat me this away. I'll be back in my day care did you call it? You ain't got no money, you know? Well, I guess if you say so, I'll have to put my things and I know that's right the road, Jack. And don't you come back no more. No more. No more the road, Jack. And don't you come back no more. You hit the road, Jack, Don't you come back? No more. No more. No more. Wait, speaking of the road, if you're driving on the road right now North shore, south shore, by all means, head for the Southeast Expressway and directly behind the orbit department store off the southeast Expressway, you'll find the Victory Road armory. Where in processes the Pepsi dance party we have Pepsi to be given away. We'll present our record artists in just a while, wanda Dean will be here. The younger brothers will be here after 10 o'clock. A fine local group called. The one tells will be here right now. Chubby checker is here on record. Big awful apply, get them. Mhm Holy God, your hips, come on, come on by me. Hey, come on everybody. This part of me. Where? Yeah, Sky, her department before you can do it. If you finish right? Oh girl washing off. Oh, you pretty little girl. No way. It's a pretty little girl, we're going to find me. Oh, you doctor. You've got to shake your hand star. Okay? Has your partner before you doing it? Pretty try a girl. They're gonna block. Come on, come on, sending the flowers, please. Hey, come on everybody. Yeah, see Mhm. There he goes. By 2011. Sammy, Wilson, a word from Pepsi. The lively crowd today of grease. Those who think young say Pepsi please. They picked the right one. The modern like one. Now it's Pepsi for those who think young, so go ahead and pick the drink that lets you drink young as you think. You get the right one, The modern life one. Now, it's Pepsi for those who think young, right you are. Pepsi for those who think young, the Pepsi dance party. For those who live young, we'll be having a fast dance contest in just a little bit. We'll be giving away two cases of Pepsi in cans if you please. And that's what you're supposed to say. Pepsi and cans, please.