Tuesday, April 14, 2015

The Neon Beat on Radio George - 4.13.15

On the Neon Beat this week, on Jukebox 1: Patti Page launches into this wonderful set with a rousing little song of redemption from the Pajama Game, “Cross Over The Bridge.” Nat King Cole strolls down the street hand in hand as we go, “Walking My Baby Back Home.” Listen to a fun memory by Annette Funicello, called “O Dio Mio.” We’ll spin a Dean Martin hit, (with tissue) called, “I’d Cry Like A Baby.” Listen to a Marilyn Monroe with Mel Torme from the film, “Let’s Make Love” perform her version of “My Heart Belongs to Daddy.” Served up with Finnan Haddie. (a form of smoked fish) Hang on to your hat as Johnny Mathis sings “Wild Is The Wind.” We’ll take a “Dreamer’s Holiday” with Perry Como.” Listen to Tony Bennett, Ferranti and Teicher, Pat Boone and lotz more: http://www.radiogeorge.com/neonbeat/

On The Neon Beat this week, on Jukebox 2: We open up this lively hour of music with a Toronto quartet called The Crew Cuts, with their hit, “Sh Boom” Frank Sinatra fills the speakers next with his sweeping chart hit, “Stranger In The Night.” We’ll bring Ella Fitzgerald together with Louis Armstrong for a lovely film song, “Isn’t It A Lovely Day.” Nat King Cole performs a hit standard from the Sands in Vegas. Something daring called “The Continental.” We’ll spin a fun little diddy from Peggy Lee called, “A Doodlin’ Song.” Listen to a lovely song written by Don Mclean, as Perry Como sings, “And I Love You So.” Hear a folk set with the Kingston Trio and Judy Collins. Instrumentals by Horst Jankowski, Don Costa, and film conductor, Ron Goodwin. Much more! See the playlists, leave comments at: http://theneonbeat.blogspot.com/

On The Neon Beat this week, on Jukebox 3: Rosemary Clooney opens this set with Harry James and his Orchestra with a great Hoagy Carmichael song, “In The Cool Cool of the Evening.” Then get set for a signature hit for the iron voiced bandleader, Vaughn Monroe. Bobby Darin performs one his many hits, “Dream Lover.” Enjoy a 1960’s favorite sung by The Association, “Windy.” We’ll team up Rosemary Clooney with Bing Crosby as we go to the Mardis Gras. Doris Day sings a latter chart hit from 1958. A toe tapper called, “Everybody Loves a Lover.” We’ll spin a 1950’s hit for Nat King Cole about that lovely lady with the mystic smile. Hear instrumentals by Glen Gray, Leroy Anderson, and The Mantovani Orchestra. Hear Ray Charles, Andy Williams, Connie Stevens and more. All at: http://www.radiogeorge.com/neonbeat/

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