Monday, October 2, 2017

The Neon Beat at Radio George - 10.2.17

On the Neon Beat this week, Jukebox 1: Engelbert Humperdinck launches this week’s offerings with one of his first major charting hit records, “The Last Waltz.” Next, Kay Starr goes “Swinging Down the Lane,” followed with Louis Prima tooting out a jazzy version of “The Music Goes Round and Round.” (and it comes out here!) Listen to an Irish romp with Dennis Day with “Clancey Lowered the Boom.” We’ll enjoy a set getting “Sweet and Gentle” with Georgia Gibbs. Then we’ll go “Swinging on a Star” with Bing Crosby and the Williams Brothers. Listen to Nat King Cole’s smooth version of “Non Dimenticar.” Enjoy some great big band with Ella Fitzgerald’s version of a great Artie Shaw standard, and Swing n’ Jive with a Glenn Miller standard, “String of Pearls.” Listen to a lovely 1954 hit for the Ames Brothers with Hugo Winterhalter’s Orchestra, followed with the lovely Jo Stafford singing “Sunday Kind of Love.” We’ll track a western set with Marty Robbins, and Roy Rogers with the Sons of the Pioneers. Instrumentals with the Al Casey Combo and Leroy Anderson.
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On The Neon Beat this week, Jukebox 2: Rosemary Clooney slams into this set with a little “madmen era” song called “Botcha Me.” Vic Damone is next with a film song from the movie, “An Affair to Remember.” Enjoy more film music with Percy Faith’s “Theme from A Summer Place,” and Frank Sinatra with Bing Crosby from the 1956 film “High Society.” We’ll team up The McGuire Sisters with Lawrence Welk for “In the Alps.” We’ll hit the dance floor with Barry Manilow as we “Jump Shout Boogie.” Listen to great big band selections with The Glenn Miller Orchestra, Les Brown with Doris Day, and a theme standard with Harry James. Hear Dean Martin’s “You’re Nobody til’ Somebody Loves You.” Hear a set with Andy Williams singing some “Music to Watch Girls By,” and a Jerome Kern standard from “Swingtime” sung by Ella Fitzgerald. Hear the lovely song, “Today” sung by The New Christy Minstrels, and The Carpenters with, “Hurting Each Other.” More songs with Johnny Mathis, Barbra Streisand and Nat King Cole. Enjoy today at:

On The Neon Beat this week, Jukebox 3: Andy Williams starts this set spinning with “That Old Bilbao Song.” Lena Horne follows up with one of her signature hit songs, “The Lady is a Tramp.” Then we’ll spin a 1965 hit record for Dean Martin: “Lay Some Happiness on Me.” Listen to some fine period instrumentals with Nelson Riddle’s Orchestra, a great TV theme by Lalo Schifrin, and a fine jazz selection by The Ramsey Lewis Trio. We’ll track a set starting with some period folk with Burl Ives, followed with Glen Campbell’s “Dreams of the Everyday Housewife,” Anne Murray’s first big chart hit, “Snowbird” and Gilbert O’Sullivan’s charming hit song, “Claire.” Enjoy some film songs with Henry Mancini’s Orchestra, and a track from “Rio Bravo” featuring Rick Nelson, Dean Martin and Walter Brennen. Hear the lovely song, “Pretend” by Nat King Cole, “Love and Marriage” with Dinah Shore, and a 1958 hit for Pat Boone. Hear the Carpenters with their version of “There’s a Kind of Hush” followed with the campy hit record “Boots” by Nancy Sinatra and Lou Rawls with “You’ll Never Find a Love Like Mine.” Listen now at: And have a great week!

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