Archive for May 2013

Episode #23: We Kindle and Char, Inflame and Ignite

Wednesday, May 29th, 2013

This week we finish off the month of May with some scratchy old Christmas music, a lot of bluegrass, more instrumentals than usual (we should play more!), some choral music, some cover tunes, music from movies, theme park music, children, a little TV music, and more. You know, the usual stuff.

It's almost June.  We'll be back in June.

  1. Music Together — Hello Song (Fiddle Version)
  2. The Byrds — Old Blue
  3. Johnny Cash — A Boy Named Sue
  4. Old and in the Way — Pig in a Pen
  5. Stringbean — String's Mountain Dew
  6. Judy Garland and Margaret O'Brien — Under the Bamboo Tree (from Meet Me in St. Louis)
  7. OutKast — The Pope
  8. Soul Asylum — Sexual Healing
  9. The Three Suns — Caravan
  10. Booker T. and The MG's — Jelly Bread
  11. Gérard Caron — Minuit, Chrétiens
  12. Chanticleer — Angels We Have Heard on High
  13. Scala and Kolacny Brothers — Friday I'm in Love
  14. The Psychedelic Furs — ;Pretty in Pink (from Pretty in Pink)
  15. The Mellomen — Yo Ho (A Pirate's Life for Me) (from the Disneyland ride The Pirates of the Caribbean)
  16. Bob B. Soxx and The Blue Jeans — Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah
  17. Nancy and Frank Sinatra — Somethin' Stupid
  18. The Dutchess and The Duke — Reservoir Park
  19. Ron Grainer — Theme to Doctor Who
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Episode #22: It’s Alarming How Charming We Feel

Sunday, May 19th, 2013

You won't find a lot of 60s music in this program but we still think you'll like it.  We have songs by Noël and Cole, Bix from 1927, a block of show tunes, a little dose of "indie" (whatever that means), we have some fun at Ringo's expense, and we even slip in a couple of bona fide hits. ("Thank you very much.")  And we end with the theme to a TV show of which we've both seen every episode, which makes us feel accomplished indeed.

We aim to please.  No, really, we do.  Help us spread the pleasure.

  1. Peter Greenwell — Mrs. Worthington
  2. Ella Fitzgerald — Just One of Those Things
  3. Noël Coward — Mad Dogs and Englishmen
  4. Bix Beiderbecke with Frankie Trumbauer's Orchestra — Ostrich Walk
  5. Bongwater — Kisses Sweeter Than Wine
  6. The Lumineers — Stubborn Love
  7. Kate and Anna McGarrigle — Parlez-nous à boire (et non pas de mariage)
  8. Blind Pilot — Miss Ohio
  9. Original Cast Orchestra — Overture to The Fantasticks
  10. Dick Van Dyke, Julie Andrews, Karen Dotrice, Matthew Garber — Chim Chim Cher-ee (from Mary Poppins)
  11. Julie Andrews — I Feel Pretty (from West Side Story)
  12. Cindy Bullens — Freddy, My Love (from Grease)
  13. Mary Hopkin — Summertime, Summertime
  14. Melanie — Brand New Key
  15. Melanie — Love to Lose Again
  16. Adele — Chasing Pavements (Live at The Hotel Cafe)
  17. The Evolution Control Committee — What Would You Think If I Sang AutoTune
  18. Jay-Z and Kanye West — HAM
  19. TV Theme — Peyton Place
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Episode #21: We Play the Hits and You Get to Listen

Sunday, May 12th, 2013

Not even Mother's Day can stand in our way as we play some of our favorite British pop songs, some let's-call-them-comedy pieces, a couple of unusual cover tunes, an instrumental favorite, plus we got your hip-hop right here and one of our favorite TV game show themes.  And more. You don't need to be a mother to enjoy it. Which we hope you will do.

We know that you have many chatty father-daughter eclectic music podcasts available to you and we thank you for choosing Full Duplex Radio.

  1. Gerry and the Pacemakers — It's Gonna Be Alright (mono)
  2. The Rolling Stones — Mother's Little Helper
  3. Herman's Hermits — No Milk Today (stereo mix)
  4. Small Faces — Itchycoo Park
  5. Daddy Cool — Eagle Rock
  6. Los Hombres — Let It Out (Let It All Hang Out)
  7. Bessie Banks — Go Now
  8. Nina Simone — Mr. Bojangles
  9. Bert Kaempfert — Afrikaan Beat
  10. Theophilus London — Girls Girls $
  11. The Turtles — I'm Chief Kamanawanalea (We're the Royal Macadamia Nuts)
  12. Black Star — Brown Skin Lady
  13. Mike Nichols and Elaine May — Cocktail Piano
  14. Kenny Rogers and Dolly Parton — Love Is Strange
  15. The Rutles — Number One
  16. The Beatles — Baby's in Black
  17. Long John Baldry — Iko Iko
  18. Pete Yorn — Just Another
  19. Norman Paris — Theme to "I've Got a Secret" (Plink Plank Plunk)
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Episode #20: There’s a Bit of Chicka-Chicka in This One

Sunday, May 5th, 2013

One of us (guess who!) says "May the fourth be with you" as we enter May with some bluesy sets old and new, Delta and otherwise. We have bluegrass, we have English and American hip-hop, we have cover tunes and tunes that others covered, we have crooners, we have 78 RPM records, and we have at least one "signature" tune.

We like it all and we hope that you will too.

  1. Ray Bolger — Once in Love with Amy
  2. Frank Sinatra — (Love Is) The Tender Trap
  3. Etta James — The Pick-Up
  4. Little Richard — Rip It Up
  5. The 4 Deuces — W-P-L-J
  6. Beastie Boys — B-Boys Makin' with the Freak Freak
  7. Professor Elemental — Fighting Trousers
  8. The Streets — Don't Mug Yourself
  9. Martin Mull — Ukulele Blues
  10. Muddy Waters — (I'm Your) Hoochie Coochie Man
  11. John Mayall — Room to Move
  12. Craig Ventresco — Scalding Hot Coffee Rag (from Ghost World)
  13. Steve Martin and Edie Brickell — Who You Gonna Take?
  14. Antony — Landslide
  15. Teddy Thompson — The One I Can't Have
  16. The Bird and the Bee — Rich Girl
  17. The Youngbloods — Darkness, Darkness
  18. The Guess Who — No Sugar Tonight/New Mother Nature
  19. Beastie Boys — The Math
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