Tuesday, April 19, 2016

The Neon Beat on Radio George - 4.18.16

On The Neon Beat this week, Jukebox 1: The Marvelous Marilyn Maye launches this week’s selections with her rousing standard that has kicked of many of my radio shows, “Step to the Rear.” Trini Lopez takes the stage next for a salsa version of “Lemon Tree.” The Lettermen sing their version of “Shangri La” followed by a film song called “Georgie Girl” performed by Australia’s own, “the Seekers.” Enjoy wonderful Broadway selections sung by Mel Torme, Doris Day and Louis Armstrong. Frank Sinatra remembers how “It Happened in Monterrey.” We’ll spin some classic folk by the Kingston Trio as we remember poor Charlie and “the MTA.” Get your kicks on “Route 66” with the Nat King Cole trio. Robert Goulet performs a great big band standard entitled “I’ll Get By as Long as I Have You.” You’ll hear period instrumentals by Ralph Flanagan’s Orchestra, Ralph Marterie, Walter Wanderley’s Hammond B-3 organ, and Arthur Fieldler conducting the Boston Pops with Chet Atkins. Rosemary Clooney sings a song with Benny Goodman’s Orchestra. Hear songs with Dusty Springfield, and Leroy Van Dyke with “The Auctioneer.”
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On the Neon Beat this week, Jukebox 2: Actor, comedian Jerry Lewis kicks off this set with his 1956 hit, “Rock-a-bye Your Baby with a Dixie Melody” (Jerry sings!) We’ll follow that up with Les Brown and his Band of Renown with the Ames Brothers singing, “I’ve Got My Love to Keep Me Warm.” Hear some great rock-n-roll/jazz fusion with Blood Sweat and Tears doing, “And When I Die.” We’ll track instrumental selections by Hugo Winterhalter, Billy Vaughn, Leroy Ahttp://theneonbeat.blogspot.com/
nderson, and Spencer Ross. Hear Barry Manilow performing a song he wrote for Dick Clark’s American Bandstand. Listen to Bing Crosby singing a song with actress Grace Kelly, “True Love.” Hear Nat King Cole sing the song, “Tenderly” followed up with The Association singing a film song from “Goodbye Columbus” followed by another movie song with Doris Day from the film, “the Man Who Knew Too Much.” Sing along with Mitch Miller doing, “Shine on Harvest Moon”, the Crew Cuts with “Sh’ Boom” and Harry James with Helen Forrest singing “I’m Beginning to See the Light.” Hit songs by Jane Morgan, Bette Midler and Eddie Fisher. Leave comments and see the lists at:

On the Neon Beat this week, Jukebox 3: Frank Sinatra begins this hour with Nelson Riddle’s Orchestra singing, “You Do Something to Me.” Then we’ll spend “An Evening in Roma” with the kid: Dean Martin. Listen to the Chordettes with their 1960 hit, “Never on Sunday.” Listen to a couple of back-of-the-rack hits with Don Cherry singing, “Thinking of You” and Jill Corey’s “Love Me to Pieces.” You’ll hear a 1955 hit by a talent from Wellington, Kansas named Chuck Miller performing “The House of Blue Lights.” Nat King Cole spells out that four letter “L” word, “LOVE,” followed by Engelbert Humperdinck’s version of “Spanish Eyes.” We’ll pair up Glen Campbell with Bobbie Gentry for the song, “Morning Glory.” Hear the Andrews Sisters with a song written by Morey Amsterdam (from the Dick Van Dyke show), “Rum and Coca Cola.” Enjoy some honey in the horn with Al Hirt playing, “Java” and a lush version of “Yellow Bird” by period jazz vibraphone artist, “Arthur Lyman.” You’ll hear a country music set with Jimmy Dean, Eddy Arnold. Then laugh a little with the classic standup by Andy Griffith, “What It Was, Was Football.”
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Thursday, April 14, 2016

The Neon Beat on Radio George - 4.11.16

On The Neon Beat this week, Jukebox 1: We open this hour with two great male groups. We’ll start with the Lettermen with “Put Your Head On My Shoulder” followed up with some classic grease with The Diamonds. Perry Como follows up with a 1950’s sock hop hit, “Jukebox Baby.” Frank Sinatra tilt’s the ol’ fedora for “Same Old Saturday Night.” Barbra Streisand sings a great American standard, “Taking A Chance On Love.” Enjoy some period folk with Peter , Paul and Mary, followed by The Kingston Trio. We’ll team up Doris Day with Buddy Clark for a latter 1940’s tease called, “Love Somebody.” Listen to Ella Fitzgerald with a swingin’ version of a great Irving Berlin song, “Let Yourself Go.” Next, hear Robert Goulet with a sultry version of the song, “Summertime” from Porgy and Bess. We’ll spin instrumentals by Acker Bilk, Herb Alpert and the TJB and John Williams and the Boston Pops. Hear Sam Cooke’s “Only 16”, Patti Page with “All My Love,” Marty Robbins with “Ruby Ann,” and Dean Martin. Many more. Listen at: http://www.radiogeorge.com/neonbeat/

On The Neon Beat this week, Jukebox 2: Tony Bennett launches this hour with the Mitch Miller gang singing a song from “Bye Bye Birdie.” Then listen to the talented and versatile Sammy Davis Jr providing his own percussion for “On a Clear Day.” Swing with Harry James and Helen Forrest with a big band era favorite, “I’m Beginning to See the Light.” We’ll “Wake the Town and Tell the People” with the Les Baxter Orchestra and Chorus, followed with a smooth version of “the Nearness of You” with Robert Goulet. Listen to Peggy Lee with her version of “A Doodlin’ Song.” We’ll team up the Limelighters for their one early 1960’s chart topping hit, “Dollar Down and a Dollar a Week.” Re-live a moment from the silver screen with Judy Garland singing, “I Got Rhythm.” Frank Sinatra pairs up with Keely Smith for “How Ya Fixed for Love?” Enjoy instrumental selections by Bert Kaempfert, along with Horst Jankowski’s “A Walk in the Black Forest.” Hear Pat Boone’s 1957 hit song “Love Letters in the Sand.” Great period male groups like, The Hilltoppers, The Vogues, and The Lovin’ Spoonful. Lots more. Leave comments, see the lists at: http://theneonbeat.blogspot.com/

On the Neon Beat this week, Jukebox 3: Tom Jones fires off this segment with the great Paul Anka hit song, “She’s a Lady.” Next we stay with the London-Polydor label for Engelbert Humperdinck’s 1978 comeback hit, “After the Loving.” Sarah Vaughan sings a lovely version of “Misty” featuring an orchestra under the direction of Quincy Jones. We’ll brew up a little “Witchcraft” with Frank Sinatra followed up with “The Theme from Exodus” with Arthur Ferrante and Louis Teicher. Gather the kids round the computer speakers for the story of “the Little Shoemaker” by the Gaylords. Hear Dionne Warwick’s, “I Say a Little Prayer” and Bobby Goldsboro’s “the Straight Life.” Turn up the big band of Harry James with “Carnival” followed by Russ Morgan singing a song for you Kansas Jayhawkers. Hear a “Hall of Fame” favorite performed by Doris Day from the film “Calamity Jane.” We’ll spin a 1950’s period hit for Jimmie Rodgers, “Kisses Sweeter than Wine.” Hear songs by Rosemary Clooney, Paul Anka, the Village Stompers and more. Listen at: http://www.radiogeorge.com/neonbeat/

Monday, April 4, 2016

The Neon Beat on Radio George - 4.4.16

On The Neon Beat this week, Jukebox 1: Frank Sinatra opens this session from his “Songs for Swinging Lovers” album as we go “Swinging Down the Lane.” Then we’ll go to Barbra Streisand’s Broadway album for “Putting it Together” followed up with Louis Armstrong tootin’ and singin’ “When You’re Smiling.” Listen as we team up Tony Bennett with Canadian jazz diva Diana Krall for “The Best is yet to Come.” You’ll hear Dusty Springfield’s 1968 hit single, “Son of a Preacher Man” followed up with Sammy Davis Jr with another Broadway song from “Stop the World I Wanna Get Off.” Then hear the Lettermen with two songs for the price of one, “Traces” and “Memories.” Hear some fine period instrumentals with Lawrence Welk, Andre Previn, and Elmer Bernstein. Listen to Jack Jones with “Lollipops and Roses”, Sergio Mendez and Brazil with “Pretty World” and Nat King Cole with those, “Lazy Hazy Crazy Days of Summer.” Vikki Carr sings
a popular song from the musical, “Little Me.” Hear records with Glen Campbell, The Carpenters, Mindy Carson, and more.
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On The Neon Beat this week Jukebox 2: Della Reese kicks off this lineup with her late 1950’s hit song, “Don’t You Know.” Then we’ll do a little Cha Cha with the Tommy Dorsey Orchestra. Frank Sinatra takes it “Nice N’ Easy” with the Nelson Riddle Orchestra. Then we’ll “Take Five” with the Marvelous Marilyn Maye. We’ll do a little Rat Packin’ with Dean Martin and Sammy Davis Jr singing “Sam’s Song.” Introducing Mr. Steven Maglio carrying on the Rat Pack tradition with “I’ve Got the World on a String”, Enjoy a Broadway favorite from Pal Joey sung by Vic Damone, a jazz standard called “Night Train” by Kay Starr, and The Ray Charles Singers with their 1960 hit single, “Love Me With all Your Heart.” The great Jazz pianist George Shearing backs up Nat King Cole for another Broadway song, “Let There Be Love.” We’ll spin The Four Coins with their hit song, “Shangri La”, Perry Como with “Don’t Let the Stars Get in Your Eyes”, and Jaye P. Morgan’s, “That’s All I Want from You.” We’ll play songs with Jo Stafford, Michael Buble, Sarah Vaughan and more. See the lists and leave comments: http://theneonbeat.blogspot.com/

On The Neon Beat this week, Jukebox 3: Frank Sinatra opens this session from his “Songs for Swinging Lovers” album as we go “Swinging Down the Lane.” Then we’ll go to Barbra Streisand’s Broadway album for “Putting it Together” followed up with Louis Armstrong tootin’ and singin’ “When You’re Smiling.” Listen as we team up Tony Bennett with Canadian jazz diva Diana Krall for “The Best is yet to Come.” You’ll hear Dusty Springfield’s 1968 hit single, “Son of a Preacher Man” followed up with Sammy Davis Jr with another Broadway song from “Stop the World I Wanna Get Off.” Then hear the Lettermen with two songs for the price of one, “Traces” and “Memories.” Hear some fine period instrumentals with Lawrence Welk, Andre Previn, and Elmer Bernstein. Listen to Jack Jones with “Lollipops and Roses”, Sergio Mendez and Brazil with “Pretty World” and Nat King Cole with those, “Lazy Hazy Crazy Days of Summer.” Vikki Carr sings a popular song from the musical, “Little Me.” Hear records with Glen Campbell, The Carpenters, Mindy Carson, and more.
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Friday, April 1, 2016

The Neon Beat on Radio George - 3.28.16

On The Neon Beat this week, Jukebox 1: Rosemary Clooney powers up this set with a song used as a period track in the first season of the TV series “Madmen.” Then we bring on the horn of Louis Prima as the “Music Goes Round and Round” and it comes out here. “Make Yourself Comfortable” with Sarah Vaughan. Enjoy period instrumental selections with Hugo Winterhalter’s RCA Orchestra with jazz pianist Eddie Heywood, Benny Goodman’s “One O’clock Jump” and Michel Legrand’s Orchestra with “Delicado.” Hear some lovely film music from Doctor Zhivago sung by the chorus of Ray Conniff. Dean Martin croons the song “Just in Time” followed by an old 1960’s folk favorite by The Seekers. Enjoy a lovely 1953 hit with the Ames Brothers, “You, You, You.” Then listen to Dinah Shore’s version of the song “Love and Marriage.” We’ll track a rousing version of “Kansas City Here I Come” sung by Kansas City’s own Marilyn Maye. Listen to Johnny Mathis sing ‘A Certain Smile” backed by the orchestra of Percy Faith. Songs by The McGuire Sisters, Al Martino, Andy Williams and more. Listen now at: http://www.radiogeorge.com/neonbeat/

On The Neon Beat this week, Jukebox 2: The Four Lads kick off this set with the Ray Conniff singers singing “Put a Light in the Window.” Frank Sinatra takes the mic next with Nelson Riddle’s Orchestra with a song about The Windy City. Then daughter Nancy performs a song from the James Bond film ‘You Only Live Twice.” Enjoy some great period TV music with the theme from “Mission Impossible” by Lalo Schifrin. Nat King Cole performs a great Fats Waller standard, “Aint Misbehaving” followed by a 1971 song request for BJ Thomas singing “No Love at All.” We’ll play some great film music with Judy Garland performing an old Al Jolson standard, and a song from South Pacific sung by Perry Como. Mel Torme sings “Get Outta Town” followed up with some swingin’ big band with Harry James. Hang on to your hat as Gogi Grant sings her 1956 hit, “the Wayward Wind.” Then we’ll spin a one-hit-wonder record for a group called, “Sumpthin’ Smith and the Redheads.” Hear The Platters, Tony Bennett and more.
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On the Neon Beat this week, Jukebox 3: America’s sweethearts, Steve Lawrence and Eydie Gorme open this hour with an old big band era song, “Bei Mir Bistu Schon.” (spell check!) Perry Como takes the stage next for a bluesy favorite called, “Dream on Little Dreamer.” Then hear an early Nat King Cole hit, “Nature Boy.” We’ll team up Bing Crosby with The Andrews Sisters for “Pistol Packin’ Mama.” Listen to a lovely song that won the Academy Award for the best original song in the 1936 production of “Swingtime.” The Lettermen sing, “The Way You Look Tonight.” Then listen to the keyboards of Arthur Ferrante and Louis Teicher as they play a great song from “West Side Story.” A Texas dance instructor named Mary Martin will perform the hit song that put her on the map, “My Heart Belongs to Daddy.” Then listen to Frank Sinatra sing a torch song called “The World We Knew” followed up with some great big band as Billy May’s orchestra play, “Stompin’ at the Savoy.” We’ll spin The Association with “Cherish” and Herb Alpert and the TJB with “the Mexican Shuffle.” Hear songs by Tony Martin, Rosemary Clooney, Dinah Washington, and more.
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The Neon Beat on Radio George - 3.21.16

On The Neon Beat this week, Jukebox 1: Louis Armstrong and Bing Crosby take the stage for a little musical tete-a-tete from the Big Easy. “Way Down Yonder in New Orleans.” Then listen to the sultry voice of Jo Stafford with “Sunday Kind of Love.” Hear some period film and TV music. The Lettermen sing the theme from “A Summer Place,” Vic Damone with “An Affair to Remember” and the Henry Mancini Orchestra with the theme from “Cade’s County.” Frank Sinatra performs a jazzy version of a great Cole Porter song, followed by a rousing salsa instrumental called “Rockamambo Number 5” by Perez Prado. Listen to the New Christy Minstrels with “Today.” We’ll spin a record by Harper’s Bizarre doing a fun vocal version of Glenn Miller’s “Chattanooga Choo Choo.” Hear a Lena Horne signature song, “The Lady Is a Tramp” followed up with Sammy Davis Jr’s hit, “The Shelter of Your Arms.” Kansas City’s Marilyn Maye sings “If My Friends Could See Me Now.” Hear songs with The Carpenters, Robert Flack and Donny Hathaway, Wayne Newton and more. Listen now at: http://www.radiogeorge.com/neonbeat/

On The Neon Beat this week, Jukebox 2: Kay Starr goes “Swinging Down the Lane” as we launch this set. Listen to Andy Williams sing “That Old Bilbao Song.” Then hear a tender “Summer Song” with Chad and Jeremy. We’ll track the 1966 award winning song for Frank Sinatra and The Gordon Jenkins Orchestra, “It Was a Very Good Year.” Listen to some great big band with Harry James and a swing hit by Glenn Miller. We’ll spin a great John Hartford song sung by Patti Page. Her female answer to “Gentle on My Mind.” Tony Bennett does a smooth rendition of the period standard, “Fly Me to the Moon,” followed up with a hit song by the Fifth Dimension.” Then hear Barry Manilow with a song he wrote for Dick Clark’s “American Bandstand.” Listen to a great set with The Vogues singing, “Turn Around Look at Me,” Jo Stafford and Gordon McCrae singing, “A” You’re Adorable” and Jimmy Dean’s “Big John.” We’ll close with a Jerry Goldsmith theme written for the 1970 film, Patton.” Hear songs with Dusty Springfield, Andre Previn, and more.
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On The Neon Beat this week, Jukebox 3: Dean Martin opens this juke with “Send Me the Pillow You Dream On.” Then listen to Nat King Cole with his 1953 hit song, “Pretend.” We’ll team up Rosemary Clooney with her sister Betty for their hit song heard in the film, “White Christmas.” Hear one of the early great chart hits for Engelbert Humperdinck, “The Last Waltz” followed by Petula Clark’s “Don’t Sleep in the Subway.” Listen to the Henry Mancini Orchestra with the theme written by Johnny Mercer for the 1970 film, “Darling Lili.” Enjoy great period instrumentals by Leroy Anderson, Percy Faith, Perez Prado and Les Baxter. Listen to the Kay Starr hit that would become the name for the popular game show, “Wheel of Fortune.” Enjoy the first 1970 hit for Anne Murray, “Snowbird” followed up with one of Glenn Campbell’s most adored songs, “The Dreams of the Everyday Housewife.” We’ll play Kitty Kallen’s 1954 hit, “Little Things Mean a Lot” and Jim Lowe’s “Green Door.” Introducing Kansas City’s Rob McHenry with a lovely treatment of the song “Lady in Red.” Listen today at: http://www.radiogeorge.com/neonbeat/

The Neon Beat on Radio George - 3.14.16

On The Neon Beat this week, Jukebox 1: Ella Fitzgerald launches this week’s set with a sassy little number from “Kiss Me Kate.” Then we’ll track a little “Friendly Persuasion” with Pat Boone. Enjoy a song in celebration of St Patrick’s Day week as we spin Roger Whittaker singing, “Star of the County Down.” Enjoy some James Bond film music sung by Matt Monro from the movie, “From Russia with Love.” Perry Como sings a 1950’s hit song performed with The Ramblers, “Don’t Let the Stars Get in your Eyes,” followed up a favorite by Terry Gilkyson and the EZ Riders and a sultry number sung by Marilyn Monroe. Listen to some great period instrumentals: Percy Faith’s “A Summer Place” and Henry Mancini’s “The Baby Elephant Walk.” Nat King Cole sings a lush version of an old Ray Noble hit, “The Very Thought of You.” Listen to Tony Bennett with the Mitch Miller Gang sing a song from “Bye Bye Birdie.” Hear songs with Engelbert Humperdinck, Sarah Vaughan, and more. Listen now at: http://www.radiogeorge.com/neonbeat/

On The Neon Beat this week, Jukebox 2: Tommy Edwards opens this hour with his 1958 hit single, “It’s all in the Game.” Frank Sinatra follows up with a good ol’ Harold Arlen song, “Let’s Fall in Love.” Ella Fitzgerald performs an Irving Berlin favorite heard in the 1936 Fred Astaire/Ginger Rogers film “Swingtime.” Listen to some great big band with Harry James and his trumpet playing his signature hit, “You Made Me Love You.” We’ll team up Bing Crosby with his son Gary for “Sam’s Song” followed up with a cartoon favorite picked up by Bugs Bunny, sung here by The Ink Spots. Perry Como and Betty Hutton get together for a 1954 favorite from the play, “Guys and Dolls.” Enjoy a Doris Day favorite from the film, ‘the Man Who Knew Too Much” followed up by “Red Roses for a Blue Lady” by Vic Dana and a Johnny Mercer standard backed by The Pied Pipers. Roger Whittaker sings his 1975 overnight hit called “The Last Farewell.” Barbra Streisand sings a fun song heard in the Disney film “Pinocchio.” Listen to hit songs Al Hirt, Nancy Sinatra’s “Boots” and a St Patrick’s Day favorite, sung by John Gary heard in a 1940 Humphrey Bogart film.
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On The Neon Beat this week, Jukebox 3: Dean Martin starts this final set with a jazzy standard, “You’re Nobody Til Somebody Loves You.” Then enjoy some classic Burt Bacharach/Hal David hit music sung by Dionne Warwick. Fred Astaire sings and taps his way thru one of his hit songs from “Top Hat.” Listen to a couple more St Pat’s offerings with Bing Crosby and Dennis Day. Enjoy a doo wop favorite by The Casinos, “Then You Can Tell Me Goodbye.” We’ll spin a set with Peggy Lee singing her fun 1947 hit song, “Manana Is Good Enough For Me”, Paul Anka’s “Put Your Head on my Shoulder” and Johnny Mathis singing “Wonderful, Wonderful.” Hear some big band as Benny Goodman and his Orchestra perform “The Jersey Bounce.” Hear Petula Clark’s “The Other Man’s Grass is Always Greener.” We’ll track a hit song by “The Pozo Seco Singers (featuring Don Williams). We’ll play records by Perry Come, Tony Martin, and go to the back of the rack for an old favorite by Mildred Bailey. Listen at: http://www.radiogeorge.com/neonbeat/

Tuesday, March 8, 2016

The Neon Beat on Radio George - 3.7.16

On The Neon Beat this week, Jukebox 1: Oklahoman Kay Starr kicks off this week’s offerings with her 1953 hit song, “Side by Side.” Frank Sinatra takes the stage next for one his signature standards, “I’ve Got the World on a String.” Hear great instrumental selections with Glen Gray’s Casa Loma Orchestra, Hugo Winterhalter, and Michel Legrand. Listen to a steamy number performed by Eartha Kitt for a 1952 review. Followed by Nat King Cole singing, “To the Ends ofhttp://www.radiogeorge.com/neonbeat/
the Earth.” We’ll track a song written ala Stephen Foster for Bing Crosby. Bing sings, “Dear Hearts and Gentle People.” We’ll experience “An Evening in Roma” with Dean Martin. Enjoy a folk set with The Kingston Trio, Peter, Paul and Mary, Jimmie Rodgers, and Johnny Horton. Listen to Dion, as he leads off after the second break with his 1961 hit, “Runaround Sue.” Then listen to Georgia Gibbs knock off a playful R& B song called, “Tweedle Dee.” We’ll spin hit songs by Perry Como, Brenda Lee and Art and Dottie Todd. Listen now at:

On The Neon Beat this week, Jukebox 2: Peggy Lee storms on stage with her rendition of “Come Back to Me.” Then listen to Vic Damone croon a great song from West Side Story. Hear Patsy Cline with her hit song written by Willie Nelson. We’ll do a Rat Pack set with Dean Martin’s “Kick in the Heard”, Sammy Davis Jr with a Broadway hit, and Frank Sinatra with a beautiful Jimmy Van Heusen / Sammy Cahn song that won the Academy Award for best original song in 1957. Barbra Streisand sings the title cut from her 1973 album, “Stoney End.” (Ask her today and she’ll tell ya she still doesn’t know what the song was supposed to be about.) Enjoy a fun road classic by the Playmates about the Little Nash Rambler. Listen to New York’s own Jerry Costanzo and his great swingin’ band with his current hit, “Don’t Cha Go Away Mad.” We’ll spin Robert Goulet’s signature hit from the period Broadway sensation “Camelot.” Dance along with a “polka” set with Perry Como, and Lawrence Welk. Hear songs by Elvis, Dinah Washington, Louis Armstrong and more.
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On the Neon Beat this week, Jukebox 3: Trini Lopez launches this set with a salsa version of a great folk hit, “Lemon Tree.” Then Rosemary Clooney steps in for an uptempo rendition of “April in Paris.” Enjoy a 1963 summer hit standard for Nat King Cole and The Ralph Carmichael Chorus. We’ll track a 1971 hit song for the New Seekers, “Look What They Done to my Song.” (Ma) Listen to instrumentals by the Moe Kauffman Septet, Walter Wanderley, The Glenn Miller Orchestra, and the lovely 1963 hit for Bill Pursell, “Our Winter Love.” We’ll team up Sammy Davis Jr with the Count Basie Orchestra for a steamy version of “She’s A Woman.” Hear one of the early hits for Tony Bennett on the Columbia label, “Because of You” followed up with Barry Manilow’s “Can’t Smile Without You.” We’ll spin a 1965 hit for a Pennsylvania group signed to a record label right outta high school. The Vogues sing “You’re the One.” This’ll be followed up with a beautiful version of “Ebb Tide” by Matt Monro, and then a swingin’ version of “Blue Moon” by Frank Sinatra. Hear hits by Rick Nelson, Marty Robbins (A White Sport Coat) and Mama Cass.
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