Monday, June 25, 2012

The Neon Beat on Radio George - 6.25.12

On the Neon Beat this week, Jukebox 1: The Ames Bros start this set with a novelty fav, "The Naughty Lady Of Shady Lane." A James Bond film sweep follows with Matt Monro and Shirley Bassey. Chad and Jeremy sing their 1960's hit, "Willow Weep For Me." Connie Francis sings a film hit called, "Where The Boys Are." Hear Perry Como with "T-T-T Tina Marie, ohho Ah HA." Sammy Davis with Count Basie, Roger Williams, Johnny Mathis and mo! 

On The Neon Beat Jukebox 2: Frank Sinata kicks er off with "Come Fly With Me." Phil Harris follows Frank with a fun novelty hit called "The Thing." Peggy Lee says don't do today what you can put off til tomorrow. Enjoy a hit for Percy Faith with "The Theme from Moulin Rouge." Hear Jersey boy Frankie Vallie sing "Can't Take My Eyes Of You."

Lou Rawls, Keely Smith, Dean Martin. "Moments to Remember" with The Four Lads.
On The Neon Beat this week, Juke 3: We start with a song that put Mary Martin on the map, "My Heart Belongs To Daddy." Les Brown with the Ames Bros. follow with a lush version of "Sentimental Journey." Hear Ella Fitzgerald sing a great Artie Shaw standard. Introducing Danny Barrett with "Night Song." Nat Cole does a fast swingin' version of "Avalon". Glenn Miller, Marilyn Monroe, Kay Starr, Sinatra and mo.  


Monday, June 11, 2012

Neon Beat Juke Box Time - 6.11.12

On The Neon Beat this week, Jukebox 1: "Everything's Coming Up Roses" is our opener with Rosemary Clooney. Then it's Engelbert Humperdinck with "Spanish Eyes." Perry Como sings his 1958 hit, "Magic Moments." Hear an instrumental from those period 1960's "mondo movies" performed by Kai Winding, "More." Tom Jones sings his chart topper, "She's A Lady." The Sandpipers, Vikki Carr, Barry Manilow with "Daybreak", Dean Martin and so much more. 

This week on The Neon Beat, Juke 2: Perry Como kicks it off with the Ray Charles singers, "Papa Loves Mambo." After that, Sinatra sings about that toddlin' town, "Chicago" Hear Doris Day with "Bewitched, Bothered and Bewildred." (who me?) Enjoy some great Dixieland trumpet with Al Hirt. Tony Bennett teams up with Count Basie for, "Life Is A Song." Get some Dino with "Ain't That A Kick In The Head" (from Oceans 11) Johnny Mathis sings "Gina." Rosemary Clooney, Davis Rose, Kay Starr and more. 

On The Neon Beat this week, Jukebox 3: We open with The Lettermen, "Shangri La." Hear "These Boots Are Made For Walkin" by Nancy Sinatra. Enjoy one of those great novelty songs by Leroy Anderson., "The Typewriter Song." Make Yourself Comfortable with Sarah Vaughan. Listen to "The Top Of The World" with the Carpenters. A touch of Cat Ballou with Nat Cole singing, "That Sunday That Summer." Andy Williams, Dean Martin, Buddy Holly.

Monday, June 4, 2012

Per Radio George - 6.4.12

On The Neon Beat this week Jukebox 1: A little shake rattle & roll kicks off this hour with "My Blue Heaven" with Fats Domino. Dean Martin follows with his signature song, "That's Amore." Hear a great duet with Tony Bennett & Michael Buble doing a Duke Ellington standard. Hear The Lettermen croon a 1960's hit called "Going Out Of My Head." Listen to Bobby Vee do his hit, "The Night Has A Thousand Eyes." Barbra Streisand, Bobby Darin, Henry Mancini, & "Daisy a Day" by Judd Strunk. 

This Week On The Neon Beat, Juke 2: Ray Charles opens this set with "I Can't Stop Loving You." Dusty Springfield sings "Son Of A Preacher Man." Ella Fitzgerald performs a toe tapper called "Pick Yourself Up." Hear Sinatra sing, "New York, New York." Enjoy Dionne Warwick with "Do You Know The Way to San Jose." Hear Johnny Mathis, Louis Armstrong & Bing Crosby, Brenda Lee, The Kingston Trio and Mo!

On The Neon Beat Juke 3: We kick this hour off with a "sock hop" hit for Eddie Fisher, "Dungaree Doll." Followed by Engelbert Humperdinck's, "Quando, Quando." Ed Ames sings a lovely song called, "My Cup Runneth Over." Vic Damone sings a song from "Pal Joey." Hear Bing Crosby & Rose Clooney as they sing, "Come To The Mardis Gras." Sinatra does "Old Devil Moon", Peggy Lee, Buddy Knox's "Party Doll" and more.