Monday, September 18, 2017

The Neon Beat on Radio George - 9.11.17

On The Neon Beat this week, Jukebox 1: Nat King Cole opens up this session with The Ralph Carmichael Chorus for “Those Lazy Hazy Crazy Days of Summer.” Then we’ll enjoy some film music as we whistle along with Mitch for “The Col. Bogey March.” We’ll track some one hit wonder selections with Nino Tempo and April Stevens singing, “Deep Purple” and The Poni Tails with “Born Too Late.” Laugh a little with Allen Sherman’s 1963 hit record “Hello Muddah, Hello Fadduh.” We’ll hook up Bing Crosby and Rosemary Clooney to sing, “Come to the Mardis Gras.” Enjoy a film selection with Vic Damone performing a song from My Fair Lady. Listen to Frank Sinatra from his Swingin’ Session album do a rousing rendition of “My Blue Heaven” followed up by his daughter Nancy with “How’s That Grab You Darlin’. Kay Starr sings her toe tappin’ version of “Side by Side,” followed with a lush rendition of Tony Bennett’s “Because of You.” Instrumentals by Michel Legrand and Walter Wanderley. Enjoy a country western lineup with Johnny Horton, Tom T Hall, and the Silver Screen Orchestra. Much more. Listen today at:

On The Neon Beat this week, Jukebox 2: The Vogues start up this musical lineup with one of their 1960’s hit records, “You’re the One.” Then enjoy a classic with Louis Armstrong from “Hello Dolly!” Enjoy more great film and stage songs this hour including, Matt Monro singing, “From Russia with Love,” Henry Mancini with “The Baby Elephant Walk” from the film Hatari, Dinah Washington with a song from “Guys and Dolls.” Hear “Something’s Gotta Give” by the McGuire Sisters, Frank Sinatra from “Pocketful of Miracles,” and Ed Ames from the play “I do, I do:” “My Cup Runneth Over.” Listen to a Willie Nelson standard sung by Patsy Cline, “Crazy.” Then we’ll “Watch the World Go By” with Dean Martin. Listen to some great big band with Glenn Miller and Bert Kaempfert’s Orchestra. Brook Benton loads the gospel gun for his hit song, “Shadrach.” Pucker up for Georgia Gibbs’, “Kiss of Fire,” followed up with a smooth version of “There, I’ve Said it Again” sung by Vic Damone. Caterina Valente steams on stage for “The Breeze and I” followed with “To the Ends of the Earth” by Nat King Cole and Les Baxter’s Orchestra. Go to:

On The Neon Beat this week, Jukebox 3: We launch this hour with a couple of singing Pisano’s. Dean Martin kicks this thing off with a “Kick in the Head.” Vic Damone is next with a song heard in the production of “West Side Story.” Hear Kitty Kallen with her hit version of “Chapel in the Moonlight.” Tom Jones steams on stage for his first great chart hit, “It’s Not Unusual.” Then hear some movie music from “The Thomas Crown Affair” sung by Dusty Springfield. Frank Sinatra sings his rendition of the song, “April in Paris.” We’ll track good period instrumentals with Leroy Anderson’s “the Syncopated Clock,” The T-Bones with “No Matter What Shape,” and Roger Williams with “Autumn Leaves.” We’ll hear some big band with Woody Herman’s “The Woodchopper’s Ball.” Listen to an early 1950’s hit song for Nat King Cole, “Nature Boy,” and a 1958 hit song for The Chordettes, “Lollipop.” Hear the Mills Brothers with their vocal version of a great Tommy Dorsey song. Listen to Barbra Streisand with a song adapted by Milton Berle. More with Louis Armstrong, Andy Williams, and Frankie Laine. Listen anytime at:

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