Archive for January 2016

Episode #160: The Jesse Owens Rule

Saturday, January 30th, 2016

We fight back against winter with another mixture of our favorite music and chat that we made up as we went along, like we always do. Music old and new (more old than new), several genres, and for once it’s all in English. Plus Rebecca explains why she won’t be correcting you when you say stupid things in public. All this and more in this brand new-to-you episode! Please download it and listen, otherwise we’ve done all this for naught.

(0:00:00) Chuck Jones, Bill Roberts — Soundtrack from One Froggy Evening (1955)
(0:06:48) Your DJs Start
(0:11:37) Joan Baez — Farewell, Angelina
(0:14:51) She and Him — Oh No, Not My Baby
(0:18:11) Frank Sinatra — Bang Bang (My Baby Shot Me Down)
(0:21:35) Alabama Shakes — Gimme All Your Love
(0:25:37) Your DJs Discuss
(0:30:33) John Denver (perhaps) — It’s the Real Thing (Coca-Cola commercial)
(0:31:31) Clare Bowen and Sam Palladio — Plenty Far to Fall (from Nashville)
(0:33:50) Ryan Adams — Clean
(0:38:39) Jenny O. — Happiest Days/Another Brick in the Wall Part 2
(0:42:21) Albert Elms — Free for All: Prisoner Dash from Maid, Motorboat Fight (from The Prisoner)
(0:45:10) Your DJs Explain the Rule and Some Other Things
(0:51:48) Meaghan Smith — Here Comes Your Man
(0:55:01) Evan Dando — Looking for Space
(0:59:07) Elizabeth Mitchell — Car Car
(1:01:53) Run-D.M.C. — Mary, Mary
(1:05:06) Your DJs Speak Again
(1:10:03) Joe Venuti — Tico-Tico
(1:12:41) Wilco — The Joke Explained
(1:15:14) Carlene Carter — Every Little Thing
(1:18:27) The Handsome Family — The Sad Milkman
(1:22:05) Shep and The Limelites — Daddy’s Home
(1:24:54) The Sweethearts — Sorry Daddy
(1:27:42) Your DJs Wrap Up
(1:32:57) Moose (Paul Christie) and Zee — I Used My Noggin Today (Goodbye Theme from Noggin)

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Episode #159: So Come on Kids, Let’s Flip Our Lids

Saturday, January 23rd, 2016

For this snowy January weekend we present our usual mixture (no cocktails here, we’re teetotalers) of covers, country, pop, folk, show tunes, kid stuff, standards, funk, trumpets, ukuleles, animals, juke box hits, and more, in two or more languages. We work hard for your attention. You matter to us.

(0:00:00) Nicola Benedetti, Éamon Doorley, Tony Byrne, Phil Cunningham, Ewen Vernal, Julie Fowlis, Duncan Chisholm, James MacIntosh — Mouth Music and Tunes Set: I. Bothan a bh’aig Fionnghuala (Fionnghuala’s Bothy)/II. The Appropriate Dipstick/III. Meal do bhrogan (Enjoy your shoes)/IV. Hogties
(0:05:08) Your DJs Begin
(0:08:34) Jake Shimabukuro with Cyndi Lauper — Across the Universe
(0:13:06) Earl Robinson — Mail Myself to You
(0:14:25) Sylvie Simmons with Matías Cena and Diego Alorda — Suzanne
(0:18:25) Wendy Rene — After Laughter (Comes Tears)
(0:21:24) Your DJs Speak
(0:26:21) Three Dog Night — It’s the Real Thing (Coca-Cola commercial)
(0:27:20) Harry Nilsson — For Me and My Gal
(0:30:10) Chris Isaak — San Francisco Days
(0:33:31) Patrick Sky — The Pope
(0:35:23) Dr. Dre feat. Anderson .Paak — Animals
(0:39:11) Your DJs Speak
(0:43:22) Perry Como with Mitchell Ayres’ Orchestra and The Ray Charles Singers — Kewpie Doll
(0:45:55) The Shangri-Las — Heaven Only Knows
(0:48:00) Dolly Parton — Don’t Drop Out
(0:50:29) Vance Joy — Great Summer
(0:54:10) Your DJs Speak
(0:58:54) Ted Nash and Odeon — Tico-Tico
(1:04:56) Taylor Swift — Clean
(1:09:48) Bert Kaempfert — Wonderland by Night
(1:13:00) The Civil Wars — I Heard the Bells on Christmas Day
(1:15:33) Rufus Smith — They Call the Wind Maria (from Paint Your Wagon (Original Broadway Cast) (1951))
(1:18:50) Teitur — I Run the Carousel
(1:23:30) Your DJs Conclude
(1:29:39) Bob Clampett, Sandy Clampett — Theme to The Beany and Cecil Show

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Episode #158: With the Strength of Ten Ordinary Men

Saturday, January 16th, 2016

We have a nice jazz keyboard set this week, plus some bossa nova, hip-hop, ukulele, disco, folk, some well-loved standards, and an excessive number of covers (but who’s counting?), plus a little more, with our usual interstitial yammering. Climb aboard. We think you know you want to.

(0:00:00) Elizeth Cardoso (Luiz Bonfá, composer) — Manhã de Carnaval (Eurydice) (Theme from Black Orpheus (1959))
(0:02:57) Your DJs Say Hello to Each Other and to You
(0:08:53) Silly Wizard — The Queen of Argyll
(0:12:19) Wilco — Pickled Ginger
(0:14:47) Mini Pops — Abba Medley: Gimme Gimme Gimme/Knowing Me, Knowing You/Super Trouper/Money, Money, Money/Mamma Mia/S.O.S./Waterloo/Dancing Queen
(0:19:08) Donna Summer — Hot Stuff (Frankie Knuckles and Eric Kupper as Director's Cut Signature Mix)
(0:25:07) Your DJs Explain
(0:31:06) Janis Ian — It’s the Real Thing (Coca-Cola commercial)
(0:32:06) Harry Nilsson (Gordon Jenkins, composer) — This Is All I Ask
(0:35:44) Andrew Bird — Auld Lang Syne
(0:40:38) Judy Garland — You Belong to Me
(0:43:13) Missy Elliott feat. Lil' Kim — Hit 'Em wit da Hee
(0:47:33) Your DJs Speak
(0:52:34) Wes Montgomery and The Wynton Kelly Trio — Surrey with the Fringe on Top
(0:58:47) Stan Getz — Blues for Herky
(1:02:49) Fats Waller — St. Louis Blues (1926 pipe organ version)
(1:05:40) Thelonious Monk — ‘Round Midnight
(1:09:30) Your DJs Discuss
(1:14:15) Sylvie Simmons with Matías Cena and Diego Alorda — Bird on the Wire
(1:18:04) Marianne Faithfull with Cat Power — Hold on Hold On (originally by Neko Case)
(1:21:01) Peter Sellers and Victor Mature — “Something” (from After the Fox (1966))
(1:21:40) Burt Bacharach — Making a Movie in Sevalio (from After the Fox (1966))
(1:23:00) Freddie Gibbs and Madlib feat. Ab-Soul and Polyester the Saint — Lakers
(1:27:31) Your DJs Conclude
(1:32:49) Johnny Nash (Winston Sharples, composer) — Theme to The Mighty Hercules

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Episode #157: This Should Be a Very Dynamite Show

Saturday, January 9th, 2016

This week we push farther into 2016 with music from A to Z (Alpert and Andrews to Zappa) but we cover even more of the alphabet, including: B (Bread and Bridges), C (Carr, Cars, Coke, and Curtin), D (Dogbowl), F (Fountain), G (Gomez and Goodman), H (Honeycombs), J (Jenkins and Jones), K (Kramer), L (Lee and Lewis), M (Maccabees), P (Pavement and Presley), R (Ross), S (Smudge and Stewart), and W (Weisberger). Hey, that was fun. Maybe we should make lists like that more often.

(0:00:00) Frank Zappa — Lumpy Gravy (Intro: The Way I See it, Barry/Duodenum)
(0:01:39) Your DJs Talk
(0:06:21) Frank Zappa — Lumpy Gravy (Intro: The Way I See it, Barry/Duodenum) (1984 Remix)
(0:08:06) The Cars — Moving in Stereo
(0:12:50) Smudge — Divan
(0:15:25) Pavement — Conduit for Sale
(0:18:15) Your DJs Speak
(0:25:50) Bread — It’s the Real Thing (Coca-Cola commercial)
(0:26:50) Gordon Jenkins, Elliott Lewis, The Ralph Brewster Singers — Closing (from The Complete Manhattan Tower)
(0:28:48) Elvis Presley — Don’t Be Cruel
(0:31:10) Judson Fountain feat. Sandor Weisberger — The Garbage Can from Thailand
(0:37:43) The Maccabees — Lean On (Originally by Major Lazer and DJ Snake feat. MØ)
(0:40:17) Your DJs Speak
(0:47:10) Peggy Lee with The Benny Goodman Orchestra — Why Don’t You Do Right?
(0:50:22) Rod Stewart — Oh! No Not My Baby
(0:54:00) Dogbowl and Kramer — The Tracks of My Tears
(0:56:59) Leon Bridges — Coming Home
(1:00:24) Your DJs Speak
(1:04:02) The Honeycombs — Hab ich das Recht (Have I the Right)
(1:06:25) Reed Jones — Skimbleshanks: The Railway Cat (from Cats (Original Broadway Cast) (1981))
(1:11:50) Julie Andrews and Charmian Carr — Sixteen Going on Seventeen (Reprise) (from The Sound of Music (1965))
(1:14:55) Gomez — Moon and Sun
(1:19:29) Herb Alpert and The Tijuana Brass — A Taste of Honey
(1:22:12) Rick Ross — White House
(1:26:13) Your DJs Finish Up
(1:35:40) Hoyt Curtin — Theme to Jonny Quest

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Episode #156: You’d Better Consult with Us Before You Go

Saturday, January 2nd, 2016

We enter our fifth calendar year of service with music and chat more than a hundred years old! (Wait, did I say that right?) Plus more recent music and chat including covers (so many!), pop, Christmas, country, several tributes, Coke, and lots more. Bonne Année à tous.

(0:00:00) Ada Jones — They Always Pick on Me
(0:04:24) Your DJs Start the Program
(0:07:46) Shelby Lynne — The Look of Love
(0:11:06) Dusty Springfield — Oh No! Not My Baby
(0:13:50) Blossom Dearie — Dusty Springfield
(0:15:40) Taylor Swift — White Christmas
(0:18:12) Your DJs Speak
(0:22:18) Paul Williams — It’s the Real Thing (Coca-Cola commercial)
(0:23:17) Gordon Jenkins, Beverly Mahr, Elliott Lewis, The Ralph Brewster Singers — New York’s My Home (from The Complete Manhattan Tower)
(0:27:49) Kanye West feat. Adam Levine — Heard ‘Em Say
(0:31:29) DJ Earlybird — Da Da Da Bamba (Trio vs Ritchie Valens)
(0:35:12) Run the Jewels feat. Lil Bub, Maceo, Delonte, Snoop Dogg — Meowpurrdy (El-P Remix)
(0:38:59) Your DJs Speak
(0:43:47) The Monkees — Mary, Mary
(0:46:10) Plastic Bertrand — Ça plane pour moi
(0:49:08) Connie Francis — Bye Bye Love
(0:51:30) D’Angelo and The Vanguard — 1000 Deaths
(0:57:21) Your DJs Speak
(0:59:55) Pete Yorn — Suspicious Minds
(1:03:30) The Mountain Goats — Game Shows Touch Our Lives
(1:07:41) Rufus Wainwright — Minuit, Chrétiens
(1:11:54) Kodaline — Medley: Sing/Shake It Off/Uptown Funk (Originally by Ed Sheeran/Taylor Swift/Mark Ronson feat. Bruno Mars)
(1:15:08) Linda Ronstadt and Ann Savoy — Adieu False Heart
(1:18:41) Bobby Bare Jr.’s Young Criminals Starvation League — Where Is My Mind?
(1:21:07) Melanie — Tell Me Why
(1:22:35) Birdy — No Angel
(1:26:37) Your DJs Conclude
(1:35:08) Ross Bagdasarian — Theme to The Alvin Show

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