Monday, November 24, 2014

The Neon Beat on Radio George - 11.24.14

On The Neon Beat this week, Jukebox 1: We kick off this great set with some period folk with The Rooftop Singers, "Walk Right In." Robert Goulet follows next with a song from the film, "Little Me." Steve and Eydie hook up for a great big band standard, "Green Eyes." Bing Crosby sings a snappy Decca 78 favorite, "Sioux City Sue." Listen to some great big band with Benny Goodman with Helen Ward, Harry James, and Les Brown with Doris Day. Nat King Cole croons a lovely Hoagy Carmichael standard, "Stardust." Engelbert Humperdinck sings his first hit record to cross the pond in 1967, "Release Me." Hear Dionne Warwick's "Walk On By." Listen to Bobby Darin, Pat Boone, The Lettermen and much more. Click on.. Have a great Thanksgiving!

On The Neon Beat this week, Jukebox 2: The English Seafarer, Roger Whittaker opens this hour with "New World In The Morning." Petula Clark is next with "Happy Heart." We team up Buddy Clark with Doris Day for a late 40's hit favorite, "Love Somebody." Swing with Ella Fitzgerald with a great Cole Porter song from "Kiss me Kate." Great male groups like The Four
Freshmen and The Ames Brothers. Listen to Ketty Lester's 1962 hit song "Love Letters." Bette Midler hooks up with Barry Manilow for a song from an album dedicated to Peggy Lee. Hear Frank Sinatra's "Tell Her You Love Her." Hear Perry Como, Harry Belefonte, and more. See the playlists leave comments at:

On The Neon Beat this week, Jukebox 3: Pat Boone launches this set with a theme to a film starring Pat and Shirley Jones, "April Love." Peggy Lee takes the stage with a sassy song called, "Alright, Ok, You Win!" Vic Damone croons a lovely song from "South Pacific." Anne Murray performs her 1970 hit song, "Snowbird." Listen to an award winning song for both singer and orchestra for that year. Frank Sinatra sings, "Love's Been Good To Me. Hear Billie Holiday with "Just One More Chance." Louis Armstrong sings the theme song from "Mame." Hear the Vogues, Glen Campbell, Ferranti and Teicher, Jimmy Dean's "PT 109", Bobby Vee and more. Here em at..

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