Thursday, September 24, 2015

The Neon Beat on Radio George - 9.21.15

On The Neon Beat this week, Jukebox 1: Robert Goulet kicks off this week’s offerings with a song from the play “Little Me.” Eartha Kitt takes the stage next for an amorous number from a 1952 review that put her on the map. Next we “Get Outta Town” with Mel Torme followed by a great Hoagy Carmichael standard. Peggy Lee will sing a rouser to begin the work week, “It’s A Good Day.” We’ll spin a hit track by Sammy Davis Jr. called, “The Shelter of Your Arms” followed by the jazz standard with Stan Getz and A
strud Gilberto singing, “The Girl from Impanema.” Listen to Brook Benton with his soul classic, “A Rainy Night in Georgia.” We’ll spin great old records by Frankie Avalon (“Why Because I Love You) and Johnny Mathis with the song “Gina.” Listen to hits by The McGuire Sisters, Dean Martin, Bobby Darin and more. Listen at:

On The Neon Beat this week, Jukebox 2: Peggy Lee starts off this great set with “A Doodlin’ Song.” (feel free to doodle along) Perry Como grabs the mic next with The Ray Charles Singers for “Papa Loves Mambo.” Enjoy some great film and Broadway music: Doris Day with a song from “Pal Joey”, The Four Lads with a number from the Marilyn Monroe movie, “Bus Stop”, Connie Francis with the theme from “Where the Boys Are”, and Sarah Vaughan from the show, ‘Damn Yankees.” Enjoy Tony Bennett with his hit standard, “I Left My Heart If S.F.” We’ll spin Frankie Valli with “Can’t Take My Eyes Off Of You”, Jerry Wallace’s “Primrose Lane”, and we’ll track Robert Goulet with “I’ve Got The World On A String.” Laugh a little with Phil Harris’s “The Thing.”, Instrumentals by Harry James, Mantovani, and Jackie Gleason. See the play lists leave comments at:

On The Neon Beat this week, Jukebox 3: The Drifters launch this hour where the Neon lights are bright, “On Broadway.” Then we’ll go where the lights are always bright and play the Elvis hit “Viva Las Vegas.” Dean Martin teams up with The EZ Riders for their 1956 hit, “Memories Are Made of This.” Bing Crosby and Frank Sinatra sing a romp of a Cole Porter song heard in the film “High Society.” We’ll go “Up a Lazy River” with Kay Starr followed by Nat King Cole’s chart hit from 1962, “Rambling Rose.” Dinah Shore performs a song from “My Fair Lady.” Sing along with Mitch as the Mitch Miller Gang sings, “I’m Lookin’ over a Four Leaf Clover.” Engelbert Humperdinck sings one of his hit songs from 1967, “The Last Waltz.” Hear the 1954 hit by The Ames Brothers with Hugo Winterhalter’s Orchestra, “The Naughty Lady of Shady Lane.” Hear songs by Connie Francis, Louis Prima, Dianne Reeves and more. Listen at:

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