Monday, February 2, 2015

The Neon Beat on Radio George - 2.2.15

On The Neon Beat this week, Jukebox 1: The Four Knights launch this weeks offerings with their 1955 hit song, "I Get So Lonely." Frank Sinatra sings one from the great American songbook, "The Lady Is A Tramp." Hear Peggy Lee with a song performed with a band directed by Randy Newman, "Is That All There Is?" We'll team up Bing Crosby with friend Rosemary Clooney for a big band standard, "I Can't Get Started." Enjoy some period instrumentals by Andre Previn, Bill Justice, and Arthur Fiedler directing the Boston Pops. Hear Dean Martin with "Powder Your Face With Sunshine." We'll go to "the Movies" with The Statler Brothers. We'll play the Hilltoppers, Johnny Mathis, Dinah Shore, Tony Bennett and more. all at:

On The Neon Beat this week, Jukebox 2: Tom Jones gets this great set started with "Help Yourself." We'll follow it up with some wonderful New Orleans trumpet by Al Hirt as he plays "Java." Ella Fitzgerald skats a jazzy version of the song called "Blue Skies." We'll go "Swingin' Down The Lane." with Frank Sinatra. Listen to the Mills Brothers with "Across The Alley From The Alamo." Sarah Vaughan sings a 1959 hit song from "Damn Yankees." We'll play a sweet signature hit for The McGuire Sisters. Dean Martin sings (with a little alfredo on the tie) "Mambo Italiano." Hear one of the biggest charting instrumental hits of all time by Paul Mauriat. Hear Buddy Clark, Nat Cole, Harry Belefonte and more. See the playlists and leave comments at:

On the Neon Beat this week, Jukebox 3: Dinah Washington steams on stage to sing a song from Guys and Dolls, "If I Were A Bell." Tony Bennett is next with a beautiful song, the melody of which, was taken from an opera. Nat King Cole croons a song written by Bert Kaempfert called "LOVE." Enjoy some 1950's favorites sung by The Crests, Annette Funicello, and Buddy Knox. Listen to a big sky western set with Marty Robbins, Glen Campbell, and the theme from a film starring John Wayne and Dean Martin. You'll hear the Ames Brothers with an old Tommy Dorsey hit. We'll track a TV theme that starred Robert Blake sung by Sammy Davis Jr. Hear Al Martino, Patti Page, The Four Freshmen and more. All at..

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