Episode #232: Even a Fretful, Bilious, Feverish Child Loves the Pleasant Taste of Full Duplex Radio

July 1, 2017

Once you download this program and crack it open you’ll find enough entertainment to fill all the dead time in your holiday weekend. There’s music and chat for every member of the family, no matter what the size of your family is. You can’t possibly have heard all of this before. But that’s a GOOD thing. We humbly present this for your consideration. And once you’ve considered that, consider all the other episodes as well.

(0:00:00) Lisa Marie Gabriel — The Liberty Bell March
(0:02:34) Your DJs Wish You a Happy Fourth, and Other Things
(0:06:56) Lucy Reed with Bill Evans — Because We’re Kids
(0:09:45) Michael Kiwanuka — Cold Little Heart
(0:19:50) Jad Fair and Kramer — Red Red Sun
(0:23:37) Beach Fossils — Youth
(0:26:15) Your DJs Interrupt to Tell You What You Were Listening To
(0:33:51) Nicolas Slonimsky — Children Cry for Castoria!
(0:35:04) They Might Be Giants — Walking My Cat Named Dog
(0:37:10) Harry Styles — Kiwi
(0:40:16) The Moody Blues — Sun Is Still Shining (extended version)
(0:44:17) Hasil Adkins — The Hunch
(0:47:05) Your DJs Speak their Usual Piece
(0:53:27) Bob and Ray — Book Interview: Fergus Waycroft on the 19th Olympiad
(0:56:07) The Weeknd — Can’t Feel My Face (BBC Live Lounge version)
(0:59:36) Fleetwood Mac — Tell Me All the Things You Do
(1:03:47) Wilco — I Got You (At the End of the Century)
(1:07:43) Your DJs Speak for Several Minutes
(1:11:20) Nicolas Slonimsky — And Then Her Doctor Told Her
(1:12:26) Arthur Alexander — Intro/Anna (Go to Him)
(1:16:17) The Palisades — Make the Night a Little Longer
(1:19:10) Duke Errol and The Lords — Mama Look-a Boo Boo
(1:21:56) Nas — One Mic
(1:26:26) Your DJs Speak, End the Program, and Turn Off Their Microphones
(1:32:06) The Crystal Method — Theme to Bones


Episode #231: Turbines to Speed!

June 24, 2017

It’s the first weekend of summer but it’s no big deal. All the seasons blend together when you’re in this business. We finish one and then we’re on to the next. Wait, are we talking about seasons or about episodes of Your Favorite Podcast? Both, I guess. But we have a moment to tell you that this one has a little tribute, a nod to Bob’s Nobel speech, piano players of all sorts, lyrics that children should not hear, some movie music, and a gimmick or two, plus a little more. Please yourselves (and us too) with your gracious downloads.

(0:00:00) Petra Haden — Batman Theme (a cappella)
(0:01:08) Your DJs Arrive with Their Business
(0:08:39) Adam West — Miranda
(0:11:26) Delays — Hey Girl
(0:14:07) The Byrds — Wasn’t Born to Follow
(0:16:10) Alabama — Feels So Right
(0:19:44) Your DJs Recap and Introduce
(0:26:36) Leadbelly — Cotton Fields
(0:28:42) The Seekers — Cotton Fields
(0:30:52) The Beach Boys — Dennis introduces “Cotton Fields”/Cotton Fields
(0:34:14) Harry Belafonte — Cotton Fields (live at Carnegie Hall, 1959)
(0:38:29) Petula Clark — L’enfant do (Cotton Fields)
(0:40:25) Your DJs Are Pleased That You’re Pleased
(0:45:06) Mr. Clean All Purpose Cleaner — Mr. Clean, Mr. Clean
(0:46:00) Joanne Brackeen — Tico-Tico
(0:51:16) Art Tatum — Tea for Two
(0:53:20) Vince Guaraldi — The Masked Marvel
(0:58:38) Glenn Gould — Bach: The Well-Tempered Clavier, Book 1, Prelude #1 in C, BWV 846
(1:01:00) Your DJs Are All Right
(1:03:19) Joanna Wang — Wild World (Acoustic Version)
(1:07:03) Michael Kiwanuka — Home Again
(1:10:51) Bob and Ray — Wally Ballou: Bridge Across the English Channel
(1:13:57) Dr. Dre feat. RBX, Snoop Dogg, Jewell — Let Me Ride
(1:18:19) Folk Uke — Motherfucker Got Fucked Up
(1:20:37) Whitney Houston — How Will I Know (a cappella)
(1:24:35) Your DJs Release You
(1:33:16) Pino Donaggio — Main Title Theme from Dressed to Kill (1980)


Episode #230: More of That Hippie Stuff That Everyone Loves

June 17, 2017

30s pop, 50s pop, 60s pop, 70s pop, TV Music, cartoon music, an impossibly young Ethel Merman, this week’s monster hit, and still much more, are all to be found in this week’s program. As comforting as tea and toast, and just as nourishing: at these prices, you should definitely get it.

(0:00:00) Ethel Merman — You Try Somebody Else (from the 1932 Fleischer Bros. Screen Song cartoon)
(0:07:23) Your DJs Greet Each Other and You
(0:15:52) Gary Lewis and The Playboys — She’s Just My Style
(0:18:58) The DeFranco Family feat. Tony DeFranco — Heartbeat - It’s a Lovebeat
(0:22:08) Joanna Newsom — The Book of Right-On
(0:26:14) Beach House — Gila
(0:31:00) Your DJs Recap the Past Fifteen Minutes
(0:35:07) Lee Morgan — Yes I Can, No You Can’t
(0:42:29) Paris Sisters — I Love How You Love Me
(0:44:55) Donovan — The Voyage of the Moon
(0:50:10) Buffalo Springfield — I Am a Child
(0:52:28) Your DJs Relate
(0:59:00) Bobbie Gentry — Niki Hoeky
(1:01:45) Mina — Il cielo in una stanza
(1:04:39) Jimmie Rodgers — Kisses Sweeter Than Wine
(1:06:56) Kendrick Lamar — HUMBLE.
(1:09:53) Your DJs Chat
(1:15:22) Johnny Cash — Hurt
(1:18:58) Maria McKee — Why Wasn’t I More Grateful (When Life Was Sweet)
(1:24:03) The Beatles — Hey Bulldog
(1:27:12) Weezer — Mykel and Carli
(1:30:04) Your DJs Prepare to Leave
(1:34:50) Kelsey Grammer (Bruce Miller and Darryl Phinesse, composers) — Theme to Frasier (Tossed Salads and Scrambled Eggs)


Episode #229: Sweetened the Island Way with Brown Sugar Cane Sugar

June 10, 2017

Here’s a new program with oceans of energy and all the other stuff we do. Covers and instrumentals and too many versions, the hits of today and the hits of our respective youths, kid stuff, old stuff, show tunes, TV music, and more, and for once it’s all in English. And apropos of nothing, summer is coming. Listen to this and our download count will be higher and we’ll be marginally happier. You’re welcome.

(0:00:00) José Feliciano — Pegao
(0:02:42) Your DJs Speak a Little
(0:08:42) Fleetwood Mac — Man of the World
(0:11:30) The Allman Brothers Band — Melissa
(0:15:22) The Persuasions — Ripple
(0:18:32) Doobie Brothers with Blake Shelton — Listen to the Music (2014 version)
(0:22:49) Your DJs Recap and Foretell
(0:26:37) Mary Travers — The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face
(0:29:28) Bert Jansch — The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face
(0:32:45) Isaac Hayes — The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face (live at the Sahara Tahoe)
(0:37:47) Elvis Presley — The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face
(0:41:30) Your DJs Tell You What You Heard Even Though You Know
(0:44:06) Pat Rooney Sr. — More I Cannot Wish You (from Guys and Dolls (1951) (Original Broadway Cast Recording))
(0:46:35) Amy MacDonald — Waiting for a Star to Fall (originally by Boy Meets Girl)
(0:50:06) Chet Atkins — Michelle
(0:52:51) Harry Styles — Two Ghosts
(0:56:40) Your DJs Speak
(0:58:31) Kellogg’s — Commercial for Puffa Puffa Rice (1968)
(0:59:29) Jackie DeShannon — Don’t Turn Your Back on Me
(1:01:40) The Magnetic Fields — '68: A Cat Called Dionysus
(1:04:49) Penn Jillette with Steven Banks and James Banks — Great Green Gobs
(1:06:22) New Edition — Cool It Now
(1:10:39) Your DJs Are Still Speaking
(1:14:50) William Hanna and Joseph Barbera — Top Cat (Underscore)
(1:20:31) The Ink Spots — If I Didn’t Care
(1:23:34) Cab Calloway — It Ain’t Necessarily So
(1:26:43) Kendrick Lamar — ELEMENT.
(1:30:11) Your DJs Wrap Up
(1:33:46) Paul Sawtell — Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea: Long End Credit (Seaview Theme)


Episode #228: Another Sleepy Dusty Scotch Plains Greenpoint Day

June 3, 2017

June comes in like a lion, busting out all over, and we love a Gershwin tune, but we have none for you today (sorry). Instead you’ll hear songs from olden days and songs from two weeks ago. Also you’ll hear songs about cats (actually one song and one cat, over and over), plus covers and instrumentals and outtakes and listener favorites and even an actual listener or two. Music we’ve never played before, and chat we’ve never chatted before, and probably never will again. Lend us your ears. Thank you kindly.

(0:00:00) Richard Thompson and Christine Collister — And the Band Played On (1985)
(0:03:39) Your DJs Begin
(0:09:30) The Roches — Ing
(0:12:32) Haim — Right Now
(0:16:44) Border Sound — Hot Stuff
(0:19:57) Agnes Obel — September Song
(0:23:21) Your DJs Recap and Prepare You
(0:29:35) Aaron Copland, Columbia Symphony Orchestra, William Warfield — I Bought Me a Cat
(0:31:38) Marilyn Horne, English Chamber Orchestra, Carl Davis — I Bought Me a Cat
(0:34:00) The American Boychoir, Matthew Schwinghammer — I Bought Me a Cat
(0:36:21) James Taylor — I Bought Me a Cat
(0:38:52) Your DJs Tell You Again What You Just Heard
(0:44:07) Ellen McIlwaine — Ode to Billie Joe
(0:48:18) Harry Styles and Stevie Nicks — Landslide (Live at the Troubadour, May 19th, 2017) (YouTube)
(0:52:29) The Beatles — Penny Lane (Take 6 - Instrumental)
(0:55:24) Snoop Dogg — This City
(0:58:58) Your DJs Are Still Here
(1:03:12) The Rich Nathanson Vanity Project — Just Like Michelle (Parts 1 and 2)
(1:08:02) The Walker Brothers — The Sun Ain’t Gonna Shine (Anymore)
(1:11:33) The Monkees — Cuddly Toy (Album Version)
(1:14:13) The Stone Roses — Daybreak
(1:20:45) Jimmy Fallon — Bob Dylan Sings “Charles in Charge”
(1:22:31) De La Soul — Rap de Rap Show
(1:24:51) Your DJs Are Back for One Last Time Today
(1:30:50) Shandi Sinnamon (composers: David Kurtz, Michael Jacobs, Al Burton) — Theme to Charles in Charge


Episode #227: The Man in the Mack Said We Had to Go Back, So We Did

May 27, 2017

A holiday weekend without Full Duplex Radio is not something that we could allow so we made sure there would be a new episode out there. And take it from us, it’s right out there. Antiquarian statistics for the week: the oldest music is from 1956, the newest is from 2017. That alone proves our range and determination. Rain or shine, we’re usually there for you. Please give this one a try.

(0:00:00) Vince Guaraldi Trio — Three Coins in the Fountain
(0:04:07) Your DJs Talk About Music and Birthdays and Stuff
(0:09:44) Nancy LaMott — Two for the Road
(0:13:30) James Vincent McMorrow — The Lakes
(0:17:35) Watkins Family Hour — Early Morning Rain
(0:21:09) Jenny Owen Youngs — Led to the Sea
(0:24:34) Your DJs Intrude
(0:28:59) Grin — We All Sung Together
(0:32:41) Harry Styles — Ever Since New York
(0:37:00) Beth Sorrentino — Would You Like to Go
(0:39:51) DJ Honda feat. Keith Murray and 50 Grand — Hai!
(0:43:17) Your DJs Converse
(0:46:48) Bill Mumy — The Ballad of William Robinson
(0:49:39) Simon and Garfunkel — Go Tell It on the Mountain
(0:51:43) Steve Martin and Edie Brickell — So Familiar
(0:54:26) Gomez — Up on Cripple Creek
(0:59:04) Your DJs Are Back Talking
(1:02:59) The Persuasions — The Ballad of John and Yoko
(1:07:36) Haim — Want You Back
(1:11:46) Kate and Anna McGarrigle — Dancer with Bruised Knees
(1:15:30) Marvin Gaye — Just to Keep You Satisfied
(1:19:52) Disney Chorus — Winnie the Pooh (from Winnie the Pooh and the Honey Tree (1966))
(1:22:14) Eugenia Zukerman and The Shanghai Quartet — Winnie the Pooh
(1:24:42) Your DJs Wrap Up
(1:31:42) Ray Llewellyn (composer) — Theme to Sea Hunt


Episode #226: It’s 2017. Do You Know Where Your Children Are?

May 20, 2017

We counted, and it seems that half the music on this week’s program was recorded or written in the 1960s. Nothing earlier than about 1965. Sometimes it just turns out that way. But all the rest of it is newer. We fully expect that you’ll like it all. We hope so, but remember that there are no refunds. Have at it. Download away.

(0:00:00) Donald Lautrec — Hey Friend, Say Friend (Expo 67 official theme song, English version)
(0:02:00) Your DJs Say Hello and Talk About Expo 67 and Other Things
(0:10:43) Donald Lautrec — Un jour, un jour (Expo 67 official theme song, French version)
(0:12:55) Hot Sauce — What Do You See in Her?
(0:15:38) Beth Sorrentino — Porpoise Song (live on WFMU, June 30, 2014)
(0:18:11) Martha Wainwright — Bloody Mother Fucking Asshole
(0:21:24) Your DJs Discuss the Right Way to Talk to Your Parents
(0:29:25) Joan Baez and Mimi Farina — Catch the Wind
(0:32:00) Harry Styles — Meet Me in the Hallway
(0:35:53) The Lovin’ Spoonful — Rain on the Roof
(0:38:04) Love — Robert Montgomery
(0:41:41) Your DJs Talk About Music and Other Stuff
(0:45:26) Tony Beckley — Alligator Monologue (from The Penthouse (1967))
(0:52:23) Paul McCartney and Wings — Warm and Beautiful
(0:55:35) Jackie DeShannon and The Byrds — Splendour in the Grass
(0:57:58) Angelo Badalamenti — Theme to Twin Peaks
(1:03:02) Your DJs Talk About TV and Movies and the Music They Just Played for You
(1:10:44) Old and in the Way — Wild Horses
(1:15:05) Patrick Park — Something Pretty
(1:18:17) Emmylou Harris — Where Could I Go but to the Lord
(1:21:49) Drake — Free Smoke
(1:25:28) Your DJs Wrap It Up
(1:31:35) Lalo Schifrin and His Orchestra — Theme to Mission: Impossible


Episode #225: If Not for the Rain We Would Be Out There Having Fun

May 14, 2017

It’s our Mother’s Day episode but there’s very little that’s motherly about it. It’s the same kind of thing that all you children and mothers have come to expect from us: TV and movie music, too many versions of the same song, music as fresh as yesterday and older than time itself, ballads, rap, marimbas, and the usual bits and bobs, as our British friends say. Plus "more". We’re only a little late so we hope you’re still there to download and listen. It’s worth your time. "In our opinion."

(0:00:00) Amy Lou Barnes, Betty Bayne, Disney Chorus, Mary Moder, Sally Mueller, Alice Sixer (Frank Churchill and Larry Morey, composers) — Little April Shower (from Bambi (1942))
(0:03:54) Your DJs Arrive and It’s Mother’s Day
(0:10:13) Anthony Newman — Little April Shower (from Bambi, in the style of Handel)
(0:12:48) Sarah Vaughan — Broken-Hearted Melody
(0:15:11) The Vandellas — Jimmy Mack (without lead vocal)
(0:17:58) Wilson Pickett — Don’t Let the Green Grass Fool You
(0:20:43) Your DJs Recap
(0:26:15) Joe Jones — California Sun
(0:28:35) The Rivieras — California Sun
(0:31:21) Frankie Avalon — California Sun (from Back to the Beach (1987))
(0:33:53) Brian Wilson — California Sun (from Curious George 2: Follow That Monkey! (2009))
(0:36:52) Your DJs Speak About What You Heard
(0:40:04) The Monkees — Porpoise Song (Theme from Head (1968)) (alternate stereo mix)
(0:44:14) Harry Styles — Sign of the Times
(0:49:53) The Rich Nathanson Vanity Project — A Lot of Livin’ to Do
(0:53:49) Bobby Bare Jr.’s Young Criminals Starvation League — Don’t Follow Me (I’m Lost)
(0:57:44) Your DJs Speak to You
(1:04:33) Renée Fleming — O mio babbino caro (from Gianni Schicci by Giacomo Puccini)
(1:07:20) Olivier Serano-Alve (vocal: Dechen Shak Dagsay) — Chenresie, Flame of Peace and Compassion
(1:14:31) The Persuasions — Lumpy Gravy
(1:17:06) Kendrick Lamar — YAH.
(1:19:46) The Baja Marimba Band — Born Free
(1:22:49) Leon Bridges — River
(1:26:46) Your DJs Conclude and It’s Still Mother’s Day
(1:34:40) David Buckley — Opening and Closing Themes to The Good Fight


Episode #224: More Songs About Squids and Bridges

May 6, 2017

When you listen to our program you might even hear your name spoken aloud! We’re still small enough to offer that service. But perhaps you came for the sparkling chat only to find that there’s other stuff here as well. If that’s what happened then our evil plan has worked. Please download this, and even better would be if you also listened to it.

(0:00:00) The Chieftains with The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band — The Squid-Jiggin’ Ground/Larry O’Gaff
(0:03:14) Your DJs Are Pleased to Be Here Again
(0:06:59) Folk Uke — California Stars
(0:10:32) Dr. Dog — Alaska
(0:14:30) Sugarloaf — Green-Eyed Lady
(0:18:08) Funkadelic — You and Your Folks, Me and My Folks
(0:21:44) Your DJs Speak
(0:26:27) Meredith and Rini Willson — Till There Was You
(0:29:47) Simon and Garfunkel — The 59th Street Bridge Song (Feelin’ Groovy)
(0:31:50) Ramblin’ Jack Elliott — Intro to Don’t Think Twice, It’s Alright/Don’t Think Twice, It’s Alright
(0:37:30) Bahamas — Caught Me Thinking
(0:40:41) Your DJs Chat Between Sets
(0:44:15) Richard Thompson — Shoot Out the Lights ("Acoustic Classic" version)
(0:48:27) Dead Fingers — Closet Full of Bones
(0:51:27) Charles Esten, Lennon Stella, Maisy Stella — Sanctuary (from Nashville)
(0:54:50) "T" for Texas — Johnny Cash
(0:58:29) Your DJs Talk
(1:01:45) Stevie Wonder — With a Song in My Heart
(1:04:57) Muddy Waters — Trouble No More
(1:07:51) Barenaked Ladies and The Persuasions — The Old Apartment
(1:11:03) Drake — Gyalchester
(1:14:12) Your DJs Speak a Little
(1:18:10) Édith Piaf — Non, je ne regrette rien
(1:20:32) Nina Simone — This Year’s Kisses
(1:23:30) Jenny Lin — My Favorite Things (from "The Sound of Music")
(1:26:41) The Books — S Is for Evrysing
(1:30:11) Your DJs Wrap Up Abruptly
(1:33:43) Shelly Manne — Theme to Daktari


Episode #223: Searching for HNZ-6354

April 29, 2017

Never mind about careless motorists. Both of your co-hosts are still here to chat and to toss you some musical stuff. And so much of it! Maybe it’s your birthday? Someone’s, anyway. Hear many covers, show tunes, old and new pop, classical, rap, Kramer, Duke, music you heard last week on Sirius XM but also a lot that you didn’t. Plus more, there’s always more. We play knick-knack on your shoe. Check this one out, dudettes and dudes. If you’re reading this, it’s already available.

(0:00:00) The Persuasions — Papa Oom Mow Mow
(0:02:17) Your DJs Describe What Happened
(0:10:36) Astrud and Marcelo Gilberto — You Didn’t Have to Be So Nice
(0:13:17) They Might Be Giants — Where Do They Make Balloons?
(0:15:57) Bob Dylan — This Old Man
(0:19:03) Duke Ellington — Let’s Go Fly a Kite
(0:21:31) Your DJs Speak Again
(0:24:40) Meredith and Rini Willson — Shipoopi/Lida Rose/Will I Ever Tell You
(0:28:27) Yeah Yeah Yeahs — Maps
(0:32:22) Zooey Deschanel — Bitch (from Rock the Kasbah (2015))
(0:36:36) Kate Nash — Foundations
(0:40:42) Your DJs Discuss
(0:43:23) Saint Etienne — La poupée qui fait non (No, No, No)
(0:46:53) Hop Along — Happy to See Me
(0:51:28) Bob and Ray — Audience Member Builds an Igloo
(0:52:27) The Captain Howdy — I Long for Kyoto
(0:55:35) Kendrick Lamar feat. Rihanna — LOYALTY
(0:59:23) Your DJs Talk Again
(1:05:02) The Cambridge Buskers — The 9 Symphonies (Beethoven)
(1:08:21) Jay and the Americans — Come a Little Bit Closer
(1:11:25) Judy Garland — Stompin’ at the Savoy
(1:13:48) Ernestine Anderson — I Got Rhythm
(1:16:43) Warren Brown and Adam Goddard — Big Block Singsong: Fun
(1:18:44) Badfinger — Day After Day
(1:21:52) The Brady Bunch — Day After Day
(1:24:56) Your DJs Take Their Leave of You, but Only for Now
(1:31:05) Johnny Tillotson (Howard Greenfield and Jack Keller, composers) — Opening and Closing Themes to Gidget (1965)