Monday, August 29, 2016

The Neon Beat on Radio George - 8.29.16

On the Neon Beat this week, Jukebox 1: Fred Astaire opens this star studded hour with one of his iconic songs from “Top Hat.” Ella Fitzgerald takes the stage next for some great signature Cole Porter, “Anything Goes.” The Four Aces follow with a Harold Arlen favorite. Enjoy an amorous Italian version of “Quando, Quando” by Connie Francis. Tony Bennett teams up with Count Basie to sing a song about that windy city, followed with a lush version of the song, “Laura” sung by Vic Damone. We’ll track a 1962 hit single for Nat King Cole, “Rambling Rose” then scoot over to the Mercury label for a song by Dinah Washington, “A Cottage for Sale.” Hear the Four Preps with that song about the “island of romance,” The Dixie Cups with “Chapel of Love” and Johnny Mathis with “Wonderful, Wonderful.” Swing with the Benny Goodman Orchestra as we go “Jumping at the Woodside” followed with Frank Sinatra singing, “You Make Me Feel So Young.” We’ll bring back Frank with Sammy Davis Jr to do a little Rat Packin,’ followed up with Dean Martin’s “I’d Cry like a Baby.” More from the Islanders and Caterina Valente. Boom!
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On the Neon Beat this week, Jukebox 2: The Lettermen launch into this segment with a rousing version of “Shangri La.” Engelbert Humperdinck takes it next to sing a hit song heard in a period British short film. Hear Eydie Gorme with her 1963 Columbia hit sung with a group called the Cookies. Enjoy a spice and pickle as we track a forgotten hit by Tony Orlando and Dawn. Hear Dean Martin with one of his signature hit songs, “That’s Amore,” followed with a steamy 1954 number by actress Marilyn Monroe. We’ll a spin a salsa version of a Beatles song performed by Sergio Mendez and Brazil 66. Instrumental selections with Paul Mauriat’s “Love is Blue” and Dave “Baby” Cortez with “The Happy Organ.” Enjoy a folk set with Glen Campbell’s “Wichita Lineman” followed with the Seekers singing “Georgie Girl.” Ella Fitzgerald performs a solid scat version of “Blue Skies” and then hear the Hi Lo’s exercising their incredible vocal ranges with “Camptown Races.” Listen to Barbra Streisand with a cut from her great Broadway album, Tony Bennett, and Bobby Sherman.
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On the Neon Beat this week, Jukebox 3: Sammy Davis Jr begins this Juke with a Broadway selection from “Golden Rainbow.” Then listen to the Henry Mancini Orchestra with the Theme from the “Tonight Show.” Listen to Nat King Cole’s rendition of an old Fats Waller standard followed with a song called “Bargain Day” by Dinah Washington. You’ll hear a period set with Lenny Welch’s “Since I Fell for You,” the Four Lads with a popular song from “Gypsy,” and Frankie Laine with the EZ Riders. Patti Page performs her 1957 hit, “Old Cape Cod” then we’re “Just in Time” for Dean Martin. We’ll track a hit jazz standard performed by The McGuire Sisters, followed up with a lush instrumental selection by Andre Previn called, “Like Young.” Hear Jo Stafford with the Pied Pipers singing, “Dream.” The Ames Brothers sing an old Les Brown hit, followed up with Harry James’ “Cherry.” Perry Como does an R& B number called “Dream on Little Dreamer.” Then listen to Louis Armstrong and Danny Kaye from the film, “the Five Pennies.
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Wednesday, August 24, 2016

The Neon Beat on Radio George - 8.22.16

On The Neon Beat this week, Jukebox 1: The McGuire Sisters launch this week’s offerings with their 1955 hit single, “Sugartime!” Then we’ll keep the airwaves sweetened up with Sammy Davis Jr. as “The Candyman” with the Mike Curb Congregation. Sergio Mendez takes the stage next with Brazil for “Mas Que Nada.” Then listen
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On The Neon Beat this week, Jukebox 2: Armando “Buddy” Greco opens this set with a snappy version of the Victor Young song, “Around the World.” (You’ll like it, you’ll like it..!) Then we bring in Frank Sinatra and the kids for the 1959 hit, “High Hopes.” Listen to Doris Day with one of her biggest charting hits, “Again.” You’ll hear some great big band as we swing “the Mole” with Harry James. Enjoy a rousing cha-cha with Georgia Gibbs version of “Sweet and Gentle.” Nat King Cole performs his lovely hit song, “Pretend,” followed with a film song from a Marilyn Monroe movie sung by the Four Lads. Turn up your speaker for a neat folk set. We’ll play Glen Campbell and Bobby Gentry’s version of “All I Have to Do is Dream,” Simon and Garfunkel’s “Scarborough Faire,” The Seekers with “A World Of Our Own” and a chart fav by Peter and Gordon. We’ll track some more film music with Perry Como from “South Pacific” and Henry Mancini’s “Baby Elephant Walk.” The Chordettes do “Mister Sandman” and we’ll pull a fun back-o-the-rack memory from Jim Nabors. More songs with Jim Reeves and BJ Thomas. See the lists and feel free to leave comments at: http://theneonbeat.blogspot.com/

On the Neon Beat this week, Jukebox 3: GI Joe Stafford kicks off this hour with a rousing version of “the Gentleman Is a Dope.” Then we’ll listen to the vocal version of “A Summer Place” sung by The Lettermen. Listen to the charming seasonal song performed by Nat King Cole and The Ralph Carmichael Chorus, “All Over the World.” We’ll yank a number of great hits from the rack including Bobby Darin’s “Dream Lover,” Five O’clock World” with the Vogues and Peggy Lee’s 1958 standard, “Fever.” Dean Martin performs a Frank Loesser standard from “A Most Happy Fella” with the Four Lads. Peter and Gordon sing that song about that “Nekkid girl on a horse.” Listen to Petula Clark with a record she wasn’t too crazy about recording cuz’ it was outside her “style” and was sure it wouldn’t fly. “My Love.” Hear some great movie music with Mario Lanza. Frank and Nancy Sinatra sing “Something Stupid.’’ Enjoy some great Tommy Dorsey swing with the song, “Opus One.” Al Martino performs his hit rendition of “Spanish Eyes” followed by a song called “Forever” by The Little Dippers and Elvis with “Good Luck Charm.” Go to: http://www.radiogeorge.com/neonbeat/

Tuesday, August 16, 2016

The Neon Beat on Radio George - 8.15.16

On The Neon Beat this week, Jukebox 1: Dean Martin opens this round of great listening with “Send Me the Pillow You Dream On.” Then we’ll pair up Bing Crosby with his son Gary for a fun rendition of “Sam’s Song.” Enjoy a lovely song by Gogi Grant, “Somewhere There’s a Valley.” Nat King Cole sings one of his early 50’s hit songs, “Nature Boy.” Some film songs including Matt Monro singing a Johnny Mercer song from a 1945 movie starring Gene Tierney and Dana Andrews. Margaret Whiting sings a song from “South Pacific” and Ed Ames performs one from “Man of La Mancha.” Nancy Sinatra and Lee Hazelwood share a microphone for the song, “Jackson.” Hear some Burt Bacharach/Hal David music sung by Dionne Warwick. Hear period instrumentals by Glen Gray with “Song of India,” Bent Fabric’s “Alley Cat,” and “A Summer Samba” with Stan Getz. Tony Bennett does his lovely interpretation of “Blue Velvet.” Enjoy a song of the islands with Harry Belafonte and a little surprise “exotica” number from Yma Sumac. Songs by Doris Day, and Mel Torme.
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On The Neon Beat this week, Jukebox 2: Herb Alpert and the TJB launch this hour with the title track to his first hit album, “the Lonely Bull.” Then we’ll take it “Nice and Easy” with Frank Sinatra. We’ll listen to Ella Fitzgerald and her pro rendition of “I Got Rhythm.” Nat King Cole performs a favorite version of “Autumn Leaves” and daughter Natalie sings a great Ella standard, “Tisket Taskit.” Enjoy Engelbert Humperdinck’s 1978 comeback hit, “After the Loving,” followed up with a beautiful 1954 hit for the Ames Brothers with Hugo Winterhalter’s RCA Orchestra. We’ll track some great big band with Si Zentner’s rousing version of “Up a Lazy River” and Glenn Miller’s “St Louis Blues.” Hear the Leroy Anderson standard that became the TV theme for The Late Show. Peggy Lee kicks it into high gear with the orchestra for the song, “Come Back to Me,” followed with Tony Bennet’s performance of a song from “the Sound of Music.” Perry Como sings a song from the film, “South Pacific.” More songs from Ray Charles, Etta James and The Browns.
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On The Neon Beat this week, on Jukebox 3: Dinah Washington kicks it off with “Is You Is, Or Is You Aint.” Then hear Paul Anka with a song that became the image theme for Eastman Kodak. Listen to Julie Rogers with her lovely hit, “The Wedding.” We’ll track an award winning song for Frank Sinatra and the Gordon Jenkins Orchestra, “It Was a Very Good Year.” Brook Benton takes the pulpit and loads the gospel gun for “Shadrach.” Enjoy some hit songs recorded on the tails of the folk revival, Peter Paul and Mary with, “Leaving on a Jet Plane,” Bread with “Make it With You,” and Harry Nilsson with a song from “Midnight Cowboy.” You’ll hear The Lovin’ Spoonful with “Did You Ever Have to Make Up Your Mind.” And, of course, we’ll track those period instrumental hits including, Herb Alpert with “Zorba the Greek,” Al Hirt with “the Bourbon Street Parade,” Kenny Ball with “Midnight in Moscow,” and Barry White’s Love Unlimited Orchestra. We’ll spin Ketty Lester’s 1962 hit record, “Love Letters.” Hear songs with Barbra Streisand, Rosemary Clooney, and Bobby Sherman. Listen today at: http://www.radiogeorge.com/neonbeat/

Monday, August 8, 2016

The Neon Beat on Radio George - 8.8.16

On the Neon Beat this week, Jukebox 1: Perry Como kicks off this week’s selections with his 1956 hit record, “Hot Diggity.” Dean Martin follows up with “An Evening in Roma.” Listen to a song performed by one of the most distinctive voices of her genre and period. Sarah Vaughan sings, “Seranda.” Frank Sinatra sings one “Too Marvelous for Words.” Nat King Cole joins up with the Ralph Carmichael Orchestra and Chorus for, “Those Lazy Hazy Crazy Days of Summer.” Enjoy some great single hits by period groups like, The Ames Brothers, The Mills Brothers,, The Everly Brothers, and The Fleetwoods. We’ll spin a hit record from the 1967 lark spy film, “Casino Royale” sung by Dusty Springfield. Laugh a little with television writer, producer, and standup comedian, Allen Sherman with, “Hello Muddah, Hello Faddah.” Listen to a snappy west coast jazz rendition of “Taking a Chance on Love” performed by Anita O’Day. Frankie Laine sings a come-from-behind “B” side hit, called “Rose, Rose I Love You” followed by the lovely Jo Stafford singing “Symphony.” Listen for a “requested” song for the one hit wonder by The Murmaids. Instrumentals by Leroy Anderson, Les Baxter, and the Rochester Pops. Listen today at: http://www.radiogeorge.com/neonbeat/
Have a great week! hope it helps. :)

On the Neon Beat this week, Jukebox 2: Mel Carter launches into this set with “Hold Me, Thrill Me.” Then we light up the evening with Tony Bennett singing, “Firefly.” Enjoy some period film selections such as, “Moulin Rouge” with Percy Faith, “The Theme from “Cat Ballou” with Nat King Cole and Stubby Kaye, and Barbra Streisand performing a beautiful song from “House of Flowers” written in part by Truman Capote. We’ll team up Brook Benton and Dinah Washington for “Baby You’ve Got What it Takes.” We’ll take the microphone live to the French Quarter for some lively Dixieland with Al Hirt. Listen to Eydie Gorme as she sings the lovely standard, “Fly Me to the Moon,” and Frank Sinatra with “S’posing” from his “Swingin” session album with Nelson Riddle. Enjoy some great big band with The Glenn Miller Orchestra. Then you better sell your old machines as we hear Brook Benton with his hit version of “The Boll Weevil Song.” Here the one hit record from Britain’s own, Russ Hamilton as he sings “Rainbow.” We’ll spin songs by Debbie Reynolds, Bruce Channel, and Gene Pitney. See the lists, leave comments at: http://theneonbeat.blogspot.com/

On the Neon Beat this week, Jukebox 3: Petula Clark opens this hour with her 1967 hit single, “Don’t Sleep in the Subway.” Then we’re “Just in Time” to track some more Tony Bennett. We’ll recall the golden days of MGM as we listen to “I Got Rhythm” by actress Judy Garland. We’ll track the golden voice of Mr. Vic Damone with his stirring version of ‘You’re Breaking My Heart.” You’ll hear some Big Band selections with Glenn Miller, and Benny Goodman. Get set for hit records by great period groups like, The Four Freshmen, The Sandpipers, The Fontane Sisters, and the Everly Brothers. Hop aboard the “Tijuana Taxi” with Herb Alpert and the TJB, then enjoy a song from a period film called “The Happening” by The Supremes. We’ll meld a little salsa and swing with Frank Sinatra as we go “South of the Border.” We’ll spin Jerry Wallace’s 1958 hit, “Primrose Lane” Patti Page with “Just a Simple Melody” and a single standout hit record from 1963 performed by “The Singing Nun.” Listen to Elvis Presley’s tender song with the Jordanaires, “Crying in the Chapel.”
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The Neon Beat on Radio George - 8.1.16

On The Neon Beat this week, Jukebox 1: Tony Bennett and Diana Krall team up for a song serving as one of our show’s mantras, “The Best is Yet to Come.” The Four Lads pop in there next for some great Broadway music, “Standing on the Corner.” Then listen to Frank Sinatra with the tender hit song, “Young at Heart” followed up with the 1968 hit record for Merrilee Rush, “Angel of the Morning.” We’ll turn up the room temperature with Robert Goulet’s “Summer Sounds” then spin the 1964 chart hit for The Ray Charles Singers, “Love Me With all your Heart.” We’ll pull out the Pan Am TV Soundtrack for Ella Fitzgerald’s great rendition of “Blue Skie
s” followed with a big band standard for Benny Goodman. We’ll spin period hit songs like Ben E. King with “Save the Last Dance for Me,” Johnny Mathis with “Venus” and Doris Day with her 1958 toe tapper, “Everybody Loves a Lover.” Listen to a period TV instrumental hit for Al De Lory as he plays, “The Theme from MASH.” Hear Diana Ross sing the “Theme from Mahogany” and Roger Miller’s “King of the Road.” Songs with Buddy Clark, Art Mooney, and Linda Ronstadt.
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On The Neon Beat this week, Jukebox 2: Louis Jordon launches this hour on track number 1 for “Choo Choo Ch’ Boogie.” Lena Horne takes the stage next for her signature performance of “The Lady is a Tramp.” Then hear the smooth alfredo croon of Vic Damone with “There I’ve Said it Again.” We’ll team up Frank Sinatra and Rosemary Clooney for a fun Cole Porter romp called, “Cherry Pies Outta Be You.” We’ll spin great period instrumentals with Nelson Riddle’s Orchestra, Glenn Miller, and Bert Kaempfert. Jazz diva Dianne Reeves performs a smooth jazzy rendition of “Lady Be Good.” Listen to period groups like Ruby and the Romantics with “Our Day Will Come,” get “Smack Dab in the Middle” with the Mills Brothers, and Sing Along with Mitch Miller. Enjoy some period movie music as Henry Mancini’s Orchestra and chorus do, “The Theme from Charade.” Dean Martin sings, “Somewhere There’s a Someone” followed up with Petula Clark’s rendition of a Charlie Chaplin song from “Countess from Hong Kong.” Hear Louis Armstrong with “Hello Dolly.” Records by Rosemary Clooney and Bette Midler. See the lists and leave comments: http://theneonbeat.blogspot.com/

On The Neon Beat this week, Jukebox 3: Les Baxter’s Orchestra and Chorus kick off this set with “Wake the Town and Tell the People!” Eddie Fisher takes the mic next wearing his high school letter jacket to sing, “Dungaree Doll.” The first lady of swing performs a great Cole Porter song: Ella Fitzgerald sings “I Get a Kick Out of You.” We’ll track period hits featuring Nat King Cole with “Mona Lisa,” Doris Day’s lively, “Lullaby of Broadway,” and Dean Martin with, “You’re Nobody Til Somebody Loves You.” Hear Kansas City’s own Marilyn Maye with “Cabaret!” Enjoy period instrumental hits as we track Henry Mancini’s, “Mister Lucky,” Al Hirt’s 1964 hit record, “Java,” and John Williams and the Boston Pops with “Green Eyes.” We’ll spin a sassy jazzy version of “Up a Lazy River” performed by Bobby Darin followed by Petula Clark singing “Kiss me Goodbye” and Guy Mitchell with a 1950’s memory called “The Roving Kind.” Hear Frank Sinatra with “Hidden Persuasion,” MGM’s Joni James with “Purple Shades,” and Tony Bennett with the Count Basie Orchestra. Listen today at: http://www.radiogeorge.com/neonbeat/
Have a great week kids!

Tuesday, July 26, 2016

The Neon Beat on Radio George - 7.25.16

On The Neon Beat this week, Jukebox 1: The Hi Lo’s launch out with this week’s offerings with a rousing showcase version of “Keep Your Sunnyside Up.” Sarah Vaughan takes the stage next for a great Broadway song from “Damn Yankees.” Here more Broadway/film music with Robert Goulet from “Little Me” and Lucille Ball from “Wildcat.” You’ll hear period instrumental selections with Frank Mills, Bert Kaempfert, and a lovely hit song originally an imaging tune for Salada Tea performed by Hagood Hardy. Frank Sinatra sings a song called “There used to be a Ballpark.” Enjoy period groups like The Poni Tails with “Born Too Late” the Crew Cuts with “Sh Boom,” and one by Herman’s Hermits. We’ll track a 1950’s hit for Perry Como “Don’t Let the Stars Get in Your Eyes” followed up with a big band number by Peggy Lee and Benny Goodman right off Stagedoor Canteen. Listen to the great Tony Martin with the old Eddie Howard hit from the 1940’s, “To Each His Own.” Then listen to Rosemary Clooney with “Give Me the Simple Life.” Enjoy a salsa version of “If I Had a Hammer” by Trini Lopez. Listen today at: http://www.radiogeorge.com/neonbeat/

On The Neon Beat this week, Jukebox 2: Tom Jones kicks off this set with his 1965 hit that catapulted the man to stardom, “its Not Unusual.” Hear a 1956 film theme from “Picnic” sung by the McGuire Sisters. We’ll team up Les Brown and his Band of Renown with the Ames Brothers for “Sentimental Journey.” Hear more great big band with the Glenn Miller Orchestra remembering “Tuxedo Junction.” Hear Louis Prima, Keely Smith with Sam Butera and the band as they cut up on stage for “Baby Wont You Please Come Home.” Frank Sinatra is next with Nelson Riddle’s Orchestra as Frank sings, “It Happened in Monterrey.” Enjoy some smooth Cole Porter music sung by Ella Fitzgerald, “In the Still of the Night.” Kay Starr performs a jazzy rendition of “Bonaparte’s Retreat” followed up with Dean Martin’s silky alfredo version of “Return to Me,” and the Errol Garner standard, “Misty.” Enjoy Connie Francis with her sultry version of “My Happiness” and a jazzy performance of “Clementine” by Bobby Darin. Hear songs by The Lettermen, Brook Benton, and Anne Murray’s tender rendition of “Danny’s Song.”
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On The Neon Beat this week, Jukebox 3: Art and Dotty Todd open this hour with their hit song, “Chanson D’ Amour.” Bobby Darin slams on to the stage next with a swinging version of “I Got Rhythm” followed up with some classic MGM music with actress Judy Garland. Sonny Boy, (Eddie Fisher) sings one of his early 1950’s hit songs, “I Need You Now.” Then listen to Mel Torme with some great Broadway music, “All I Need Is the Girl.” We’ll spin a 1956 hit record for Oklahoman Patti Page, “Allegheny Moon.” Kay Starr performs an up-tempo rendition of “Swinging Down the Lane” from one her most celebrated albums.” Hear Lou Rawls with the song, “Nobody but Me” and a lovely song by Doris Day, “I’ll Never Stop Loving You.” Listen to instrumentals by DOT records, Billy Vaughn, some great polka with Frankie Yankovic, and a smooth standard with Jackie Gleason’s Orchestra. Hear songs by The Andrews Sisters, Andy Williams and The Mitch Miller gang.
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Monday, July 18, 2016

The Neon Beat on Radio George - 7.18.16

On The Neon Beat this week, Jukebox 1: Dinah Washington kicks off this week’s offerings with a jazzy song from “Guys and Dolls.” Next we turn the mic over to Lou Rawls for a smooth thang called, “Lady Love.” We’ll recall those “Moments to Remember” with the Four Lads. Followed up with an old pop hit for Dion and the Belmonts, “Ruby Baby.” Enjoy a fun Disney memory with Phil Harris as Ballou the Bear from “The Jungle Book.” We’ll track some great big band with Harry James and his Orchestra with Helen Forest singing, “It’s Been a Long Long Time.” Two old smoothies follow up Helen with Frank Sinatra singing a Harold Arlen standard. Then hear Tony Bennett with some classic film music. Ella Fitzgerald picks it up with a rousing Irving Berlin song followed with Perez Prado’s “Rock-a-mambo Baby!. We’ll spin Nat King Cole’s hit, “LOVE.” Listen to Johnny Mathis’s 1957 smash hit record “Chnaces Are” and a back of the rack hit for Bryan Hyland. Hang out for Petula Clark’s 1965 standard, “Downtown” and some music sung by Ed Ames from “Man of La Mancha.” Hit songs by Nelson Riddle and Bobby Goldsboro.
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On The Neon Beat this week, Jukebox 2: Tony Bennett launches this hour with “The Good Life.” Frank Sinatra is next with a good ol’ Les Brown hit. Doris Day sings one of her most requested hits from 1952, “If I Give My Heart to You.” Enjoy a 1958 hit for The Platters “Twilight Time.” We’ll spin some fine period instrumentals by Hugo Winterhalter with jazz pianist Eddie Heywood playing “Canadian Sunset,” Tommy Dorsey’s “Tea for Two Cha Cha” and The Mantovani Orchestra with their 1951 hit, “Charmaine.” We’ll go “South of the Border” with Perry Como, then play a great jazz standard called “Undecided” sung by the Ames Brothers, and spin the song “Golden Earrings” by Peggy Lee. We’ll bring back The Mills Brothers for their rendition of “the Glow Worm.” Enjoy some lush Nat King Cole showcasing his multilingual skills with the song, “Darling Je Vous Aime Beaucoup.” Connie Stevens gives “Sixteen Reasons.” (Sixteen Excuses on the “B” side. KIDDING) Hear Claude King’s “Wolverton Mountain” followed up with Tom Jones with a good old country hit, “The Green Green Grass of Home. Hear songs by Shirley Bassey, Rosemary Clooney and Chet Atkins.
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On The Neon Beat this week, Jukebox 3: We begin this hour teaming up Rosemary and Betty Clooney with Harry James and his orchestra for the song, “Sisters.” Pat Boone steps on stage next for his 1957 hit song, “Love Letters in the Sand.” From Bowling Green, Kentucky hear The Hilltoppers with their version of the hit song, “Marianne.” (don’t rush me!) Enjoy some great film, Broadway, and TV music by Sammy Davis Jr, (Stop the World I Wanna Get Off) “Midnight Lace” with Ray Conniff, “The Colonel Bogey March” by The Mitch Miller Gang, “The Theme from Mission Impossible” by Lalo Schfrin and Henry Mancini with “Dear Heart.” Ray Charles sings a great Hoagy Carmichael song, “Georgia on my Mind,” followed with a steamy number by Jo Stafford entitled, “Make Love to Me.” Hear more Hoagy Carmichael with Nat King Cole singing a lush version of Hoagy’s signature song, “Stardust.” We’ll “Breeze Along With the Breeze” with the Four Lads. Listen to a great Cole Porter song performed by Roy Rogers, “Don’t Fence Me In.” Hear hit records by Patti Page, Dionne Warwick, Les Paul and Mary Ford and more.
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