Archive for August 2015

Episode #138: Wake Up, Brush Your Teeth, Wash Your Face, Comb Your Hair

Saturday, August 29th, 2015

We end August with a few major and minor hits, some totally new music and some totally old forgotten music, plus covers, commercials, a ballad or two, a theme song or two, and other things that were burning holes in our list. The Doctor suggests that you listen. It won’t harm you in any important way and it might even help you.

(0:00:00) Gordon Jenkins, Bill Lee, The Ralph Brewster Singers — The First Dream: The Professor (from Seven Dreams)
(0:05:14) Your DJs Greet You
(0:11:23) Gotye feat. Kimbra — Somebody That I Used to Know
(0:15:27) Santigold — Radio
(0:18:36) Lindsey Buckingham — Big Love (from Elizabethtown (2005))
(0:21:31) Beastie Boys — Shake Your Rump (take two) (live)
(0:24:48) Your DJs Speak
(0:29:44) Lee Dorsey — What’s Our Trouble, Little Babe? (Coca-Cola Commercial)
(0:30:44) Ian and Sylvia — Nova Scotia Farewell
(0:33:33) M. Ward — To Save Me
(0:37:07) Lord Sitar (Big Jim Sullivan) — I Can See for Miles
(0:40:44) Dr. Dre feat. Eminem, Candice Pillay, Anderson .Paak — Medicine Man
(0:45:00) Your DJs Chat
(0:52:30) Heather Nova — London Rain
(0:56:20) Birdy — Lucky Star
(0:59:01) Mary Travers — Follow Me
(1:01:38) Valerie June — You Can’t Be Told
(1:04:54) Your DJs Speak
(1:09:04) Little Milton — I Don’t Mind Your Running Around Every Night (Coca-Cola Commercial)
(1:10:05) Al Feldstein and the Staff of MAD — Meet the Staff of MAD
(1:12:42) Frankie Lymon and The Teenagers — Little Bitty Pretty One
(1:15:38) Bonnie Raitt — Dimming of the Day
(1:19:17) Nirvana — All Apologies (MTV Unplugged version)
(1:22:57) Your DJs Conclude
(1:29:44) Mack David, Jerry Livingston — Theme to 77 Sunset Strip

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Episode #137: Serving the Hooch in Paper Cups

Saturday, August 22nd, 2015

If we include Gibberish as a language, this week’s program has songs in four different languages. You’ll hear songs about madness, about dancing, and about soft drinks. You’ll sing along with songs about water and summer and sweethearts, songs about rainbows, rats, and roller coasters. You’ll thrill to songs about togetherness, about dusk, about birds, and about even more than that. And we chat both your ears off. (Just a metaphor! No cause for alarm.) Please download our little effort and play it on your little device. We thank you kindly.

(0:00:00) Little Jerry and the Monotones — Mad!
(0:02:23) Your DJs Speak
(0:06:52) Bryan Kessler — Celtic Summer
(0:09:48) Berlin Philharmonic (Riccardo Muti, conductor) — Handel: Water Music, Suite No. 3 in G major, Minuet
(0:13:12) Emma Kirkby, David Thomas, Anthony Rooley (composer: Robert Jones) — Whither Runneth My Sweetheart
(0:15:25) Alexander — Glimpses
(0:20:50) Your DJs Speak Again
(0:31:46) Jerry Butler and Carla Thomas — If People Love Each Other Like You and Me (Coca-Cola commercial)
(0:32:46) Alison Krauss and Union Station — Dimming of the Day
(0:38:03) John Legend — Live It Up
(0:42:57) Bob and Ray — The Gathering Dusk: Lemonade Bootleggers
(0:47:21) Silentó — Watch Me (Whip/Nae Nae)
(0:50:23) Your DJs Speak Another Time
(0:58:01) Leona Anderson — Rats in My Room
(1:00:22) Weezer feat. Hayley Williams — Rainbow Connection
(1:04:32) Piero Umiliani — Mah Na Mah Na
(1:06:40) Brand Nubian — All for One
(1:11:35) Your DJs Speak Yet Another Time
(1:17:21) Joe Tex — Now Listen Baby, the Day’s Half-Spent (Coca-Cola commercial)
(1:18:19) Les Baxter — Roller Coaster
(1:21:11) Chuck Jackson — Any Day Now (My Wild Beautiful Bird)
(1:24:31) Sylvie Vartan — Le loco-motion (The Locomotion)
(1:26:44) Dusty Springfield — Warten und Hoffen (Wishin’ and Hopin’)
(1:29:38) Your DJs Conclude
(1:36:26) Laurie Johnson and The London Studio Orchestra — Theme to The Avengers

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Episode #136: Always Alone, Never with the Herd

Saturday, August 15th, 2015

This week we have a few more cover songs than usual but we also have show tunes, answer songs, Coca-Cola, TV music, movie music, and a few other things that we like. And we chat. We don’t preach. No preachers, us. Chatters, us. You can skip past those parts if you want. We won’t mind because we’ll never know that you did that. Download and be as quietly judgmental as you like.

(0:00:00) Edward Nell and the Foursome Quartet (spoken intro by Cole Porter) — Don’t Fence Me In
(0:02:20) Your DJs Say Hello
(0:06:41) The Newcomers — The Martian Hop
(0:09:35) The New Birth — Until It’s Time for You to Go
(0:15:11) 101 Strings — Karma Sitar
(0:18:22) Ghostface Killah feat. Raekwon — Apollo Kids
(0:22:16) Your DJs Speak
(0:25:07) Gladys Knight and The Pips — I've Heard About It, Now I Wanna Know About It (Coca-Cola commercial)
(0:26:08) Kek Lang — Blowin’ in the Wind
(0:30:12) Can — Vitamin C
(0:33:58) William Larsen, Hugh Thomas — Plant a Radish (from The Fantasticks (1960))
(0:36:28) Rex Harrison — A Hymn to Him (from My Fair Lady (1959 London Cast))
(0:39:43) Your DJs Speak
(0:44:03) The Byrds — Chestnut Mare
(0:49:10) Rachael Yamagata — 1963
(0:53:13) Sérgio Mendes and Brasil ’66 — The Fool on the Hill
(0:56:27) The Flying Burrito Brothers — Older Guys
(0:58:56) Your DJs Speak
(1:01:58) Edd Byrnes and Connie Stevens — Kookie, Kookie (Lend Me Your Comb)
(1:04:01) Haim — XO (originally by Beyoncé)
(1:09:13) Laura Cantrell — Bees
(1:13:23) Bon Iver — Calgary
(1:17:34) Jerry Butler — Come on Over Here, Baby (Coca-Cola commercial)
(1:18:35) The Shirelles — Will You Love Me Tomorrow
(1:21:16) Bertell Dache — Not Just Tomorrow but Always
(1:24:05) Your DJs Conclude
(1:32:22) Leonard Cohen — Nevermind (Theme to True Detective (2015))

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Episode #135: Every Weekend We Greet You

Saturday, August 8th, 2015

This week: too many versions of the same song AND too many songs by the same person. It’s a two-peccadillo extra-value weekend! You’ll hear movie music and TV music and show tunes, commercials by big-name artists, an instrumental or two, a little folk and a little pop and a little hip-hop, and the name of your uncle is Bob. Please download and continue our never-ending journey.

(0:00:00) The Everly Brothers — Made to Love
(0:02:01) Your DJs Elaborate
(0:12:30) Eddie Hodges — (Girls Girls Girls) Were Made to Love
(0:14:54) Claude François — Belles! Belles! Belles!
(0:17:07) The Marketts — Here Comes the Ho-Dads
(0:19:18) Lesley Gore — Je sais qu’un jour (Maybe I Know)
(0:21:44) Your DJs Speak
(0:23:13) Fontella Bass — All I Can Say Is Mmm (Coca-Cola commercial)
(0:24:15) M. Stern — A, B and C: Engadine’s Party (Capricieuse) (from The Prisoner)
(0:27:03) Angelo Badalamenti — The Bookhouse Boys (from Twin Peaks)
(0:30:56) The Grass Roots — Where Were You When I Needed You
(0:33:55) Stephen Malkmus and The Jicks — Asking Price
(0:36:35) Your DJs Speak
(0:45:10) Theodore Bikel, Mary Martin — Edelweiss (from The Sound of Music (1959) (Original Broadway Cast))
(0:47:13) Theodore Bikel and Geula Gill — Ah! Si mon moine voulait danser
(0:50:00) Theodore Bikel — Piggies
(0:53:06) Theodore Bikel — Urge for Goin’
(0:57:44) Your DJs Speak
(1:00:29) Jimmy Bryant — Tico-Tico
(1:02:27) Digable Planets — Rebirth of Slick (Cool Like Dat) (Crashing Giant Step Mix)
(1:07:34) Traveling Wilburys — Runaway
(1:10:04) Paul McCartney and Wings — Let ‘Em In
(1:15:13) The Four Seasons — Winter, Summer, Spring or Fall (Coca-Cola commercial)
(1:16:44) Emmylou Harris — Dimming of the Day
(1:20:08) Lorde — Everybody Wants to Rule the World (from The Hunger Games: Catching Fire (2013))
(1:22:42) Your DJs Conclude
(1:31:44) Dr. John (Mike Post, composer) — My Opinionation (Theme to Blossom)

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Episode #134: A Little Web Is Cute, but a Big Web Is Wise

Saturday, August 1st, 2015

The summer is half-over. Well, boo-hoo. It doesn’t matter because the year-round music and chat continue with a show including songs sung in foreign languages other than French. Otherwise it’s pretty much the same as usual: instrumentals, soul, hip-hop, folk, karaoke, covers, spiders, Coke commercials, answer songs, and more. But not too much of anything in particular, because we don’t want you to change the channel. Stick with us here, on channel…something. Download us and stick with us. We’ve been sticking it out for years now.

(0:00:00) Wolfgang Neuss — Die Moritat von Mackie Messer (Mack the Knife) (from The Threepenny Opera)
(0:03:11) Your DJs Speak
(0:08:41) Floyd Cramer — What’d I Say
(0:11:32) Sharon Jones and The Dap-Kings — 100 Days, 100 Nights
(0:15:15) The Supremes — Love Child (without lead vocals)
(0:18:22) Candi Staton — In the Ghetto
(0:21:15) Your DJs Speak
(0:24:16) Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick and Tich — All Around the World (Coca-Cola commercial)
(0:26:35) Richard Thompson — Beatnik Walking
(0:30:27) Imani Coppola — Raindrops from the Sun (Hey Hey Hey)
(0:34:26) John Lennon — Oh Yoko!
(0:38:41) Dom — Living in America
(0:41:47) Your DJs Speak
(0:47:42) The Beach Boys — Vegetables (extended stereo mix)
(0:50:42) Smoke Fairies — If I Were a Carpenter
(0:54:33) Death Punchies — Where Everybody Knows Your Name (Theme from Cheers)
(0:55:10) Kate and Anna McGarrigle — Mother Mother
(0:59:29) Zee Avi — Poppy
(1:02:36) Your DJs Speak Again
(1:07:54) The Drifters — She’s Got a Figure Like a Bottle of Coca-Cola (Coca-Cola commercial)
(1:08:54) Bert Kaempfert and His Orchestra — Let’s Go Bowling
(1:10:52) Drake — Started from the Bottom
(1:14:09) Gerard van Maasakkers en de Vaste Mannen — As 't Dalijk Donker Is (Dimming of the Day)
(1:16:51) Animal Collective — Flesh Canoe
(1:20:32) Warren Brown and Adam Goddard — Big Block Singsong: Spider
(1:22:09) Gene Chandler — Duke of Earl
(1:24:49) The Pearlettes — Duchess of Earl
(1:27:04) Your DJs Conclude
(1:34:17) Charles Fox and Arnold Margolin — Theme to Love American Style

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