Archive for March 2017

Episode #218: Heat Won’t Pass from a Cooler to a Hotter

Saturday, March 18th, 2017

Hey, look, this one is pretty good! It has music you might not have heard, several different musical genres, music that spans the decades, humor, excitement, nostalgia, comedy, some of our favorites and maybe some of yours too (though that’s less important to us). We hope you’ll make time in your busy schedule for it. We did, you know. So download, please.

(0:00:00) Flanders and Swann — First and Second Law
(0:04:16) Your DJs Are Here Again
(0:06:16) Tim Buckley — Morning Glory
(0:09:05) Sufjan Stevens — Casimir Pulaski Day
(0:15:00) Joni Mitchell — Cold Blue Steel and Sweet Fire
(0:19:18) The Fray — Maps
(0:22:17) Your DJs Interject
(0:25:54) Meredith and Rini Willson — Goodnight My Someone/Seventy-Six Trombones
(0:30:37) Nick Mulvey — Hold on, We’re Going Home (originally by Drake)
(0:34:08) The Lovin’ Spoonful — She Is Still a Mystery
(0:37:05) The Rolling Stones — I Just Want to See His Face
(0:40:01) Your DJs Speak
(0:43:16) Les Négresses Vertes — I Love Paris
(0:46:29) The Bees — Gaia
(0:50:51) Steven Banks — BBQ
(0:54:32) Scritti Politti feat. Lee Majors and Mos Def — Tinseltown to the Boggiedown
(0:59:26) Your DJs Recap
(1:02:18) Bob and Ray — The Music Factory Intro/Wally Ballou at the Blue Funk Coffee House
(1:06:43) M. Ward — There’s a Key
(1:09:58) Shawn Colvin and Steve Earle — Raise the Dead
(1:12:49) Blake Shelton — Honey Bee
(1:16:07) Your DJs Are Still Here
(1:20:22) Blossom Dearie — Fly Me to the Moon
(1:22:38) Jerri Winters — I’m Gonna Laugh You Out of My Life
(1:26:19) William Bolcom — Nobody But You
(1:27:11) Nancy Sinatra — Sugar Town
(1:29:35) Lana Del Rey — Video Games
(1:34:16) Your DJs Finish Up and Leave
(1:37:51) Curt Massey (composers: Curt Massey and Paul Henning) — Opening and Closing Themes to Petticoat Junction

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Episode #217: Our Personal Point of View

Saturday, March 11th, 2017

This week we feature music from the 1960s and other decades too, but mostly from the 1960s because that’s when we grew up, honest. There’s more of Meredith Willson reading The Music Man to us, and some movie music, and some old soul and new pop and even bagpipes, plus a lot more. And we have a visit from longtime show hanger-on Wes. It’s our St. Patrick’s Day episode! But we completely forgot that was coming up (because we don’t really care), so no Irish music for you this week, but you can get that any time. We violate the rules of seasonal music. So, please to download and listen.

(0:00:00) Norman Long — We Can’t Let You Broadcast That
(0:02:28) Your DJs Are Here
(0:05:11) The Roches — My Sick Mind
(0:09:16) Jens Lekman — If I Could Cry (It Would Feel Like This)
(0:12:36) William Bolcom — Swanee
(0:13:15) Toni Brown — Good for You, Too
(0:16:38) Nelly Furtado — I’m Like a Bird (acoustic version)
(0:20:33) Your DJs Recap
(0:25:25) Meredith and Rini Willson — Piano Lesson
(0:27:02) Aaron Neville — I’m Waiting at the Station
(0:29:37) P. P. Arnold — The First Cut Is the Deepest
(0:32:50) The Beach Boys — My Only Sunshine (The Old Master Painter/You Are My Sunshine)
(0:34:46) Your DJs Speak
(0:37:16) Harry Nilsson feat. Carol Channing — Skidoo/Goodnight Mr. Banks (from Skidoo (1968))
(0:41:25) Syl Johnson — I’ll Take Those Skinny Legs
(0:43:22) The Goodees — Double Shot (Of My Baby’s Love)
(0:46:18) Bruce Springsteen — My Love Will Not Let You Down (live)
(0:51:59) Your DJs Talk
(0:57:11) Helen Gurley Brown — How to Love a Man If You Aren’t Pretty
(1:03:22) Jimmy Soul — If You Wanna Be Happy
(1:05:53) The Five Blobs — The Blob (from The Blob (1958))
(1:08:29) The Rascals — People Got to Be Free
(1:11:30) Your DJs Are Still Here
(1:13:23) Rufus Harley — Windy
(1:17:33) DMX — Where the Hood At
(1:22:19) The Dyna-Sores — Alley Oop
(1:24:49) Albert King — I’ll Play the Blues for You (Part 1)
(1:28:30) Your DJs Speak to Wes, to Each Other, and to You
(1:38:16) The Beau Hunks — Good Old Days (Theme to The Little Rascals)

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Episode #216: A Product That Nobody Wants

Saturday, March 4th, 2017

March sneaks in and drops an episode with the usual interstitial chat and with music from most decades between the 1950s and the present, but not all of them. Can you find the one we missed? Did we do it on purpose? Will you please download and listen anyway?

(0:00:00) David Douglass, Paul O’Dette, Andrew Lawrence-King (John Playford, composer) — The Bear's Dance
(0:04:23) Your DJs Return
(0:08:14) Janis Ian — Janey's Blues
(0:13:06) The Black Keys — Dearest
(0:15:08) Kate and Anna McGarrigle feat. Martha Wainwright and Lily Lanken — The Rebel Jesus
(0:19:17) Madonna — Like a Virgin Waltz (live)
(0:24:43) Your DJs Report
(0:30:43) Meredith and Rini Willson — Rock Island/Ya Got Trouble
(0:35:59) The O'Jays — Love Train
(0:39:27) Eric Burdon and The Animals — Sky Pilot (long version)
(0:46:50) Jens Lekman — What's That Perfume That You Wear?
(0:50:20) Your DJs Relate
(0:53:12) Mark O’Connor — Ashokan Farewell
(0:57:15) The 1975 — Sorry (originally by Justin Bieber)
(1:00:53) Bob and Ray — Farley Hubler, 42-year-old Industrialist: Failure in 1968
(1:03:26) Jackson Browne — Lawyers in Love
(1:07:45) Your DJs Speak
(1:12:14) Odetta — Strawberry Fields Forever
(1:15:40) A Tribe Called Quest — The Space Program
(1:21:32) Mary McCaslin and Jim Ringer — Hit the Road, Jack
(1:23:40) Taylor Swift — Mean
(1:27:36) Cathy Fink and Duck Donald — Make Him a Soldier
(1:30:00) Lionel Richie and Willie Nelson — Easy
(1:34:29) Your DJs Conclude
(1:39:21) Mason Williams, Nancy Ames — Theme to The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour

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