Monday, May 21, 2012

The Neon Beat on Radio George - 5.21.12

On the NEON BEAT this week, Jukebox 1: We kick it off with a Cole Porter song by Ella Fitzgerald from "Kiss Me Kate." Frank Sinatra sings "I Get A Kick Out Of You." Remember a 1956 chart buster by Gogi Grant, "The Wayward Wind." You'll hear a "western" set featuring Vaughn Monroe, Glen Campbell, and Loren Green. Judy Collins does a lovely rendition of "Turn Turn Turn." Hear Louis Prima, Dean Martin, Ray Charles, Petula Clark and more.
ON The Neon Beat this week Juke 2: We open this set with a great old Tommy Dorsey song done by The Ames Brothers, "Marie." Followed by a fun song by "Satchmo" called "The Dummy Song." Peggy Lee sings a fun Cy Coleman number called "Pass Me By." Nancy Sinatra leaves her troubles in "Sugar Town." Tony Bennett poses the question, "If I Ruled The World." Johnny Mathis sings "Misty". Leroy Anderson's "Blue Tango," Eddy Arnold, Perry Como, Sinatra and more.
On The Neon Beat this week Jukebox 3: This hour opens with a uptempo version of "Volare'" by Al Martino. Sarah Vaughan follows with a broadway song from "Damn Yankees." Hear Mel Carter's "Band Of Gold." The Rooftop Singers do a little Hootenanny with "Walk Right In." A couple of "moon" songs with Frank Stinara & Dean Martin. Hear Pat Boone's "April Love" Marilyn Maye, Peggy Lee, The Four Lads and mor. & RadioGeorge.

Monday, May 14, 2012

Neon Beat on Radio George - 5.14.12

On the Neon Beat Jukebox 1: We open with a smash hit that crossed the pond in 1975, Roger Whittaker's "The Last Farewell." Hear Sammy Davis Jr. sing "I've Gotta Be Me." The Carpenters sing a Sesame Street favorite, "Sing." Dean Martin sings of "Little Old Wine Drinker Me (him)" And maybe we're ragged and funny but we'll play "Side By Side" by Kay Starr in this set. :) Jo Stafford sings her 1951 chart hit, "Shrimp Boats." Ames Bros, Glenn Miller, Petula Clark and more.

This Week on The Neon Beat, Jukebox 2: We'll find our thrill on "Blueberry Hill" with Satchmo! Frank Sinatra follows with his swinging version of "I Got You Under My Skin." Hear a rollicking number by Dionne Warwick called, "Promises Promises." Nancy Wilson sings her grammy award winning song from 1964. Enjoy a song that defined an era, "Unforgettable" by Nat King Cole. Engelbert Humperdinck, Rosemary Clooney, Michael Buble, Montovani and more.

This week on The Neon Beat: We open this set with a song heard in "Road to Utopia" sung my Dorothy Lamour, sung by Johnny Mercer & The Pied Pipers, "Personality." We follow this with Tom Jones' "Help Yourself." Hear Barbra Streisand's great song from Funny Girl, "People." Tony Bennett performs "Taking A Chance On Love." The Fontane Sisters sing a childhood favorite, "Playmates." Hear "Anytime" by Eddie Fisher. Nat King Cole, Vic Dana, Ray Conniff and more.

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Tuesday, May 8, 2012

On the Neon Beat Radio George Jukebox - 5.8.12

On The Neon Beat this week, Jukebox 1: The set opens with Bing & Gary Crosby singing "Play A Simple Melody." Then enjoy a sock hop song by Pat Boone called, "At My Front Door." Patsy Cline does a "stroll" number called "Walkin' After Midnight." Glen Campbell sings an all time fav called "Wichita Lineman." Nat King Cole does a song written by Charlie Chaplin. We have some fun with Dinah Shore with an enjoyable ruse called "Sweet Violets." Carpenters, Satchmo, Perry Como & mo..

On The Neon Beat Jukebox 2: Frank Sinatra kicks it off with a swinging version of "My Blue Heaven." Then "Dream A Little Dream" with Louis Armstrong. Peggy Lee sings her hit standard, "Fever." Sammy Davis Jr. belts out his version of "Something's Gotta Give!" Ella Fitz sings "Let's Do It, Let's Fall In Love." Followed by Dino "Cryin' Like A Baby." Hear "Born Free" by Roger Williams. Ames Brothers, Johnny Mathis, Andy Williams, and Marilyn Maye.

On The Neon Beat this week Juke 3: We open er up with a one hit wonder named Leapy Lee. Watch out for them "Little Arrows." We follow it with a chart hit by Mr. Music. Paul Anka sings "Goodnight My Love." Hear Connie Francis sing her first chart hit called "Who's Sorry Now." Enjoy a 50's group backing Rick Nelson and also seen in "Giget." The Four Preps sing "26 Miles." And introducing "Danny Barrett" with a smooth version of "Taking A Chance On Love." Mills Bros, Henry Mancini, Perry Como and more.

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