Wednesday, September 9, 2015

The Neon Beat on Radio George - 9.8.15

On The Neon Beat this week, Jukebox 1: Nat King Cole opens this set with a jazzy toe tapper called “Walkin’ My baby Back Home.” Then, Eydie Gorme takes the stage for her lovely rendition of the song, “Love Letters.” New
York’s Jerry Costanzo follows with a good old Blue Eyes standard, “Can I Steal A Little Love.” Listen to the Les Elgart orchestra with “The Bandstand Boogie.” Enjoy some big band with Les Brown and Doris Day singing, “S’ Wonderful” and the great Glenn Miller swing standard, “In the Mood.” Hear Frank Sinatra with the theme about that city that never sleeps followed by actress Judy Garland with some film music, “Meet Me In Saint Louis.” Well spin some great records with Tony Bennett (Just In Time), Frankie Laine with his latter 40’s hit single, “That’s My Desire” and Burt Bacharach’s “Magic Moments” sung by Perry Como.” Hear Kay Starr, Robert Goulet, The Four Preps and more. Listen at:

On the Neon Beat this week, Jukebox 2: The McGuire Sisters launch this great set in full harmony with one of their many charting hits, “Sincerely.” Engelbert Humperdinck performs the international hit, “Quando, Quando.” We’ll spin a track with Sergio Mendez and Brazil with the song, “Pretty World.” Hear the Dixie Cups with their hit standard, “Chapel of Love.” We’ll sail somewhere “Beyond the Sea” with Mister Bobby Darin followed by a fun ditty by Pearl Bailey singing, ‘Takes Two to Tango.” Put on a little “attitude” with Peggy Lee as she sings “Pass Me By.” Hear great film music with Walter Huston’s memorable performance of a song from the movie “Knickerbocker Holiday.” Vic Damone sings a snappy song from “Pal Joey” followed with a Cole Porter standard sung by the first lady of song, Ella Fitzgerald. Hear Frank Sinatra (Paper Moon) Shelly Fabares, Harry James and more. Leave comments see the lists at:

On The Neon Beat this week, Jukebox 3: Barbra Streisand takes the stage for a fun song written by Milton Berle. Perry Como and the Fontane Sisters team up for “Dreamers Holiday.” Listen to Margaret Whiting perform a song from “South Pacific.” Listen to the great Mario Lanza with “Be My Love.” (by request) We’ll hook up Rosemary Clooney and Guy Mitchell for a number from the film “Pagan Love Song.” Frank Sinatra takes the mic next for a song about the Windy City. Get ready to cut a rug with a boogie standard performed by a talent from Wellington, Kansas. Chuck Miller does “The House Of Blue Lights.” Hear some classic television music with Henry Mancini’s “the theme from “Charlie’s Angels.” We’ll spin a Burt Bacharach/Hal David track sung by BJ Thomas followed by a 1966 hit song by Petula Clark. Hear Buddy Knox, Andy Williams, Doris Day and lots more. Listen at:

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