Monday, November 19, 2012
On The Neon Beat this week, Juke 2: Louis Armstrong & Bing Crosby launch this hour with "The Preacher." Johnny Ray follows with his 1950's hit, "Walking My Baby Back Home." Debbie Reynolds sings her 1957 song from "Tammy & The Bachelor." Listen to Frank Sinatra do a swingin' version of "Paper Moon" with Nelson Riddle. Perry Como sings a song from "The King And I." Enjoy The Tennessee Plowboy, aka "Eddy Arnold" with "It's Such A Pretty World." Hear Dinah Shore, Elvis, Patti Page, Lucille Ball and much mo.
On The Neon Beat this week, Jukebox 3: Tony Bennett kicks off another great set with "If I Ruled The World." The Rooftop Singers follow with a little Hootenanny with their hit, "Walk Right In." Jo Stafford sings her 1951 chart hit, "Shrimp Boats." Enjoy a signature instrumental from an era film, "Summer Place" by Canadian Percy Faith. Listen to Marilyn Maye sing "Sherry!" Sarah Vaughan sings a signature piece from "Damn Yankees." Nat King Cole, Harry James, Andy Williams, Frankie Laine and lots more.
Monday, November 12, 2012
On The Neon Beat this week on Juke 2: Rosemary Clooney teams up with Perez Prado for a salsa treatment of "Magic Is The Moonlight." Johnny Mercer follows with one his many recordings with The Pied Pipers, "Personality." Hear Jimmie Rodgers sing a 1950's hit that wound up the imaging and name of a Post breakfast cereal. Eddie Fisher performs his 1952 standard, "Anytime." Listen to a beautiful mid 60's remake of a Vince Guraldi piece. Sounds Orchestral plays, "Cast Your Fate To The Wind." Hear Nat Cole, Debbie Reynolds, Steve & Eydie, Petula Clark and more.
On The Neon Beat this week, Jukebox 3: We open this hour with a jazz standard performed by Mr. Tony Bennett, "Taking A Chance on Love." KC's Marilyn Maye follows with "Make Your Own Kind Of Music." Hear the classic song that defined an era, Nat King Cole's, "Unforgettable." Enjoy a fun western set with Vaughn Monroe, Frankie Laine, Loren Green, and Arthur Fiedler & The Boston Pops. Laugh a little with a fun number by Louis Armstrong, "The Dummy Song." Hear Tom Jones, Dean Martin, Peggy Lee and lots-a more. http://www.radiogeorge.com/neonbeat/