Monday, September 18, 2017

The Neon Beat on Radio George - 9.5.17

On The Neon Beat this week, Jukebox 1: Frank Sinatra launches this week’s selection of great period tunes with an ol’ Les Brown hit, “How Bout’ You?” The Four Lads follow up with a great Frank Loesser song from “A Most Happy Fella.” Nancy Sinatra sweetens things up with her mid 1960’s hit song, “Sugar Town.” Listen to great period “country crossover” artists like Brenda Lee with “Too Many Rivers,” Charlie Rich with “the Most Beautiful Girl,” and Marty Robbins’ “Big Iron” from his album Tales of the Western Gunfighter. Enjoy a film selection from Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid sung by BJ Thomas. Enjoy period instrumentals with the Bob Crewe Generation, Hugo Winterhalter, and The Boston Pops. Listen to a couple of hits by Dion. One with the Belmonts and another Dion hit after he left the group: “Runaround Sue.” We’ll enjoy “An Evening in Rome” with Dean Martin. Do a little “Walkin’ After Midnight” with Patsy Cline. Hear songs with Dionne Warwick, Guy Mitchell and Gordon Lightfoot. Listen today at:

On The Neon Beat this week, Jukebox 2: Pat Boone gets this segment underway with one of two number one charting hits he enjoyed from 1957, “Love Letters in the Sand.” Next, Nat King Cole does a great Duke Ellington song, followed up with Eydie Gorme’s “Blame it on the Bossa Nova.” Enjoy some movie selections with Dick Haymes singing “How Are Things in Glocca Mora,” The Theme from “Picnic” by Morris Stoloff, and Tony Bennett with the love theme from “The Sandpiper.” We’ll spin songs by great period groups like, The Kingston Trio, Sergio Mendez and Brazil 66, and The Mills Brothers. Hear great period instrumentals with Booker T and the MG’s, Morris Stoloff, Raymond Lefevre, and Michel Legrand. Listen to great standards with Frank Sinatra singing, “Blue Moon,” and “Up a Lazy river” by Bobby Darin. Peggy Lee goes for broke with the orchestra singing a rousing version of “Come Back to Me.” We’ll track hit records by Neil Diamond, Connie Francis and a one hit wonder named, Leapy Lee from 1968. Listen and enjoy at:

On the Neon Beat this week, Jukebox 3: Michael Buble storms into the hour with an up-tempo rendition of “Foggy Day in London Town.” Then we’ll surrender the microphone to Frank Sinatra for “I’ve Got the World on a String.” We’ll play with Eartha Kitt’s purring version of “Cest Si Bon.” Listen to fine instrumental selections with Henry Mancini’s “Theme from Charade,” George Shearing with, “Jumpin’ with Symphony Sid,” and Eddie Heywood’s “Soft Summer Breeze.” Hear great standards with Dean Martin singing, “You Belong to Me,” Bobby Darin with “I Got Rhythm,” Denver’s Dianne Reeves with “O Lady Be Good,” and Rosemary Clooney with “April in Paris.” Listen to hit songs by period groups like, The New Christy Minstrels, Terry Gilkyson and The EZ Riders, and The Beatles with Paul McCartney’s charming hit song, “When I’m 64.” Listen to Marty Robbins, “A White Sportcoat,” Rick Nelson’s “Traveling Man,” and Mama Cass with “A New World Coming.” More with Nat King Cole and Dinah Washington. Go to this here site: And have a great week kids.

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