Episode #320: It’s Somewhat Beautiful

March 16, 2019

What did we do there? We ate pie. Then we came home and made this program for you. It’s a gift. We’re part of the gift culture. Enjoy many things by many artists, almost all of them still with us. And then there’s us, the givers. You’re welcome indeed!

(0:00:00) Olivia Colman — Olivia Colman Accepts Her Best-Actress Oscar (91st Academy Awards Broadcast)
(0:04:45) Your DJs Think That Was Touching and Sweet
(0:08:57) Melina Mercouri — Mack with the Knife
(0:11:38) N’Sync — When You Wish Upon a Star
(0:13:59) Yo La Tengo — Hey Ya!
(0:17:02) Lizzo — Juice
(0:20:17) Your DJs Speak a Little
(0:22:32) Sylvania — Sylvania Televisions: Halo Light (commercial)
(0:24:10) John Prine with Roger Cook — Love Is on a Roll
(0:28:18) Joshua Radin — We Are Okay
(0:30:59) Charles Esten — Itty Bitty Ditty (from Nashville)
(0:32:34) Cher — Gypsys, Tramps and Thieves
(0:35:10) Nellie McKay — Itchycoo Park
(0:38:34) Your DJs Know How to Pronounce Her Name
(0:43:42) Alfred Hitchcock and John Allen — The Haunted and the Haunters (The Pirate's Curse)
(0:54:19) The Jam — Ghosts
(0:56:49) The Moody Blues — Eyes of a Child, Part 1
(1:00:13) José González — What Will
(1:06:32) Your DJs End One Set and Start another Long One
(1:08:48) The Moody Blues — Eyes of a Child, Part 2
(1:10:12) Blossom Dearie — The Sweetest Sounds
(1:12:43) Ingrid Michaelson — Far Away
(1:15:47) Jack Handey — Deep Thoughts: If You Ever Go Temporarily Insane...
(1:16:12) Dionne Warwick — Walk on By
(1:18:57) Solange — Dreams
(1:21:26) Verne Langdon — What D'Ya Mean You Lost Your Dog?
(1:23:22) The Jayhawks — Spoken Introduction/Bad Time
(1:27:11) Rod Stewart — Gasoline Alley (MTV Unplugged version)
(1:30:48) Your DJs Finish This
(1:35:17) Cassandra Wilson — Death Letter (used as the theme to True Detective Season 3)

Episode #319: Loose Change, Losers, and the Agony of Defeat

March 9, 2019

It’s not Spring yet. We’ll tell you when it is. In the meantime please enjoy this assortment of popular music and chat ranging from the black-and-white 1940s through to today’s wonderful world of color, with almost every decade represented. It will pleasantly fill 90 minutes of your valuable time.

(0:00:00) Spinal Tap — Gimme Some Money
(0:02:24) Your DJs Show Up
(0:07:39) The Washington Squares — New Generation
(0:10:14) The Civil Wars — Poison and Wine
(0:13:51) MGM Studio Orchestra — Barn Dance (Bless Yore Beautiful Hide) (from Seven Brides for Seven Brothers (1954))
(0:19:43) Milton Greene, Austin Pendleton — Miracle of Miracles (from Fiddler on the Roof (1964) (Original Broadway Cast Recording))
(0:21:42) Your DJs Know What That Was and Also What’s Coming
(0:25:12) Stopette — Mr. Stopette (commercial)
(0:26:19) Martin Denny — Love Dance
(0:28:48) Gene Ammons Quintet — Jack's Town
(0:32:17) Jeri Southern — It's Bad for Me
(0:34:28) Frank Sinatra — Here's That Rainy Day
(0:38:01) Your DJs Just Played Some Very Old Music
(0:41:43) The Monkees — Your Auntie Grizelda (intro by Peter Tork) (live, Universal Ampitheatre, 1989)
(0:45:11) The Monkees — Shades of Gray
(0:48:32) The Monkees — Words
(0:51:22) The Monkees — Long Title: Do I Have to Do This All Over Again? (from Head (1968))
(0:53:59) Your DJs Recap That Tribute
(0:55:11) Mike Nichols and Elaine May — Interrupted Hour
(0:59:44) Elbow — New York Morning
(1:05:02) Joni Mitchell — Chelsea Morning
(1:07:03) Lucy Rose — Bad Blood (Originally by Taylor Swift feat. Kendrick Lamar)
(1:10:37) Your DJs Heart N. Y.
(1:11:33) Fleetwood Mac — Rattlesnake Shake
(1:15:05) Little River Band — Lonesome Loser
(1:18:57) Jack Handey — Deep Thoughts: It's Too Bad that Whole Families Have to Be Torn Apart
(1:19:20) Ednaswap — Torn (acoustic version from Morning Becomes Eclectic)
(1:23:23) The Carters (Beyoncé and Jay-Z) — Heard About Us
(1:26:34) Your DJs Send You Off with Some Warm Music and Chat in Your Bellies
(1:30:11) Jack Shaindlin, Irving Robbins — Theme to ABC's Wide World of Sports

Episode #318: You Have to Know These Things When You’re a King

March 2, 2019

Theme Month is over and it’s back to normal business, not the New Normal but the Old Normal, in fact the Good Old Normal. Hear some comedy and some pop songs, a bit of French, instrumentals, monologues, samples, covers, rhythm and blues, a long song, and more. We can’t pay you to listen but we’ll be delighted if you do. March on.

(0:00:00) Monty Python — The Bridge of Death (from Monty Python and the Holy Grail (1975))
(0:03:59) Your DJs Come in Like Lions
(0:07:31) Édith Piaf — Milord
(0:12:00) Nouvelle Vague feat. Coralie Clément — Je suis déjà parti
(0:16:07) Rodney Bingenheimer, Alice Cooper, Kim Fowley, Mackenzie Phillips, Leon Russell, Cher, Ramones, The Professor, Ronald Vaughan, Chris Carter, Dramarama, George Hickenlooper, Courtney Love, Hole — Who Is Rodney Bingenheimer? (edit) (from Mayor of the Sunset Strip (2003))
(0:21:50) Busta Rhymes — Gimme Some More
(0:24:56) Your DJs Speak
(0:29:33) Curtis Mayfield — Move on Up (Album Version)
(0:38:26) Iron and Wine — Winter Prayers
(0:41:37) Ken Nordine — You're Getting Better
(0:43:43) The Beach Boys — God Only Knows (Stereo Backing Track)
(0:46:48) Kacey Musgraves — Oh, What a World
(0:50:46) Your DJs Recap
(0:56:17) Mike Nichols and Elaine May — Interior Decorator
(1:02:01) Galt MacDermot — Woman Is Sweeter
(1:04:54) Cher — Twelfth of Never
(1:07:08) H.E.R. — Losing
(1:10:52) Your DJs Review
(1:13:03) Sam Phillips — How Much Is Enough
(1:17:21) Thomas Rhett — Get Me Some of That
(1:20:28) Steve Martin and The Steep Canyon Rangers — Angeline the Barista
(1:22:13) The Byrds — My Back Pages
(1:25:21) Harry Nilsson — Gotta Get Up
(1:27:46) Your DJs Go Out
(1:31:20) Elmer Bernstein — Opening and Closing Themes to Ellery Queen

Episode #317: They’re Just Movies

February 23, 2019

Just in time, barely in time for the big TV show that you can watch while eating pizza and other foods, we bring you our seventh annual program of movie music. It’s all music from movies if you stretch a point, and you even asked for some of these, so you’ve been served. Everyone has been served. Please to listen with your ears. All your ear are belong to us.

(0:00:00) Makiko Hirohashi — Someday My Prince Will Come (originally from Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937))
(0:03:29) Your DJs Agree That Was Relaxing
(0:09:12) Duke Ellington — Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious (originally from Mary Poppins (1964))
(0:11:38) Miles Davis — Générique (from Ascenseur pour l’échafaud (1958))
(0:14:25) Arvid Rosén — Sankta Lucia - Natten Går Tunga Fjät (from The Wife (2017))
(0:15:25) Carla Bruni — Quelqu'un m'a dit (used in (500) Days of Summer (2009))
(0:18:08) Barbra Streisand — People (from Funny Girl (1968))
(0:21:49) Your DJs Are the Luckiest People in the World
(0:25:16) Rima Te Wiata and Julian Dennison — Ricky Baker Birthday Song (from Hunt for the Wilderpeople (2018))
(0:26:04) Moniker — Trifecta (Ricky Baker Song) (from Hunt for the Wilderpeople (2018))
(0:28:54) Van Halen — Everybody Wants Some!! (used in Better Off Dead (1985))
(0:34:00) Joan Crawford (introduction by Conrad Nagel) — Gotta Feelin' for You (from The Hollywood Revue of 1929 (1929))
(0:36:58) Carly Simon — Nobody Does It Better (from The Spy Who Loved Me (1977))
(0:40:27) Your DJs Want Some
(0:44:19) Harry Nilsson — I'm Popeye the Sailor Man (version 2) (recorded for Popeye (1980))
(0:47:20) Curtis Mayfield — Superfly (from Superfly (1972))
(0:51:13) Randy Newman — Ragtime (originally from Ragtime (1981))
(0:52:39) Orchestra — Laendler (from The Sound of Music (1965))
(0:55:05) Tex Ritter — The Ballad of High Noon (Do Not Forsake Me, O My Darlin’) (from High Noon (1952))
(0:57:51) Your DJs Wish Not to be Forsaken
(1:00:55) The Beatles — Another Hard Day's Night (Instrumental) (from Help! (1965))
(1:03:24) Starship — Nothing's Gonna Stop Us Now (from Mannequin (1987))
(1:07:52) Aileen Quinn — Tomorrow (from Annie (1982))
(1:09:28) Willie Watson and Tim Blake Nelson — When a Cowboy Trades His Spurs for Wings (from The Ballad of Buster Scruggs (2018))
(1:12:02) Faith Evans — Best Man (from The Best Man (1999))
(1:15:26) Your DJs Bet Their Bottom Dollar
(1:18:48) Mazzy Star — Rhymes of an Hour (used in Stealing Beauty (1996))
(1:22:56) Elliott Smith — Miss Misery (from Good Will Hunting (1997))
(1:26:07) Arlo Guthrie — Traveling Music (from Alice’s Restaurant (1968))
(1:28:04) National Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Bernard Herrmann — Prelude (Theme from Psycho) (originally from Psycho (1960))
(1:30:12) Your DJs Are Off Now
(1:34:08) Anthony Gonzalez and Ana Ofelia Murguía — Remember Me (Reunion) (from Coco (2017))
(1:35:20) Miguel feat. Natalia Lafourcade — Remember Me (Dúo) (from Coco (2017))

Episode #316: There’s No Need to Fear

February 16, 2019

Your co-hosts are here. This week we play music and other stuff by people most of whom are living (we checked, at least 50% are still with us). Hear marches and pop, klezmer and salsa, guitar and calypso and hip-hop and more. Then listen again if you really like it. But download first.

(0:00:00) University of Notre Dame Marching Band — Fanfare and Notre Dame Victory March
(0:02:00) Your DJs March In
(0:07:07) Eric Andersen — I Was the Rebel, She Was the Cause
(0:09:43) The Avett Brothers — The Once and Future Carpenter
(0:14:34) Bobby Vinton — Stand by Your Man
(0:17:11) The White Stripes — Death Letter
(0:21:40) Your DJs React
(0:24:21) Phil Spitalny's Orchestra — Notre Dame Victory March
(0:25:35) Bee Gees — Kitty Can
(0:28:13) Willie Nelson — Just Dropped In (To See What Condition My Condition Was In)
(0:32:07) Sagittarius — I'm Not Living Here
(0:34:33) Paul Revere and The Raiders — Hungry
(0:37:29) Your DJs Respect the Material
(0:40:50) Red Book Magazine Orchestra — Notre Dame Victory March (Ad for Red Book Magazine)
(0:42:28) Mike Nichols and Elaine May — Osbert Calls Edith
(0:44:28) Kelly Hogan — Right or Wrong
(0:48:16) Joe Harnell — Fly Me to the Moon (Bossa Nova)
(0:50:45) Amy Winehouse — Mr. Magic (Through the Smoke) (Janice Long Session)
(0:54:50) Your DJs Speak
(0:57:30) Mickey Katz and His Kosher Jammers — Tico-Tico
(1:00:23) Louis Armstrong — Christmas in New Orleans
(1:03:16) T. Rex — Christmas Message from Marc Bolan
(1:03:28) Louis Prima — What Will Santa Claus Say When He Finds Everybody Swinging?
(1:06:37) Herb Alpert and The Tijuana Brass — El Presidente
(1:09:23) Your DJs Made That Set What It Was
(1:11:17) Lord Kitchener — London Is the Place for Me
(1:13:59) Blur — End of a Century
(1:16:44) Jack Handey — Deep Thoughts: The Face of a Child
(1:17:05) Jill Sobule — Ooh Child
(1:20:35) Bright Eyes — Haligh, Haligh, a Lie, Haligh
(1:25:19) Gary Lucas — Howdy Doody Time
(1:25:48) Phoebe Bridgers — Demi Moore
(1:29:04) Run the Jewels — Sea Legs
(1:32:46) Your DJs Have Done It Again
(1:37:30) W. Watts Biggers, Chet Stover, Joe Harris, Treadwell Covington — Theme to Underdog

Episode #315: Sad but Not So Sad That You Take Your Own

February 9, 2019

For the seventh annual time your co-hosts (with help from YOU YOU YOU) present a peppy selection of dolorous laments that shed light on the human condition and stuff. It goes on like that for a while but ends up in a happy place because we couldn’t leave you disenchanted. Don’t go away unhappy, just go away. (Har har!)

(0:00:00) Frances Black — After the Ball
(0:08:13) Your DJs Arrive to Console You
(0:14:00) Tom Paxton — I Can't Help but Wonder Where I'm Bound
(0:17:40) Bruce Springsteen — Growin' Up
(0:20:18) Cyn — I’ll Still Have Me
(0:23:56) Cat Power — Woman Left Lonely
(0:28:02) Your DJs Keep You Centered
(0:30:53) Fred Eaglesmith — Kansas
(0:34:35) Neil Young — Philadelphia
(0:38:54) Buddy Holly — Crying, Waiting, Hoping (acoustic)
(0:40:44) Guided by Voices — Beekeeper Seeks Ruth
(0:43:23) Your DJs, Friendly Voices, Break in to Reassure You
(0:45:51) The Jayhawks — Broken Harpoon
(0:49:21) Vincent Gallo — Yes I'm Lonely
(0:53:08) Barbara Dickson, Colm Wilkinson — Another Suitcase in Another Hall (from Evita (1976))
(0:56:09) 2Pac — Dear Mama
(1:00:48) Your DJs Are in Your Corner, You Know That
(1:03:38) Dusty Springfield — If You Go Away (Ne me quitte pas)
(1:07:29) Louis Armstrong — La vie en rose
(1:10:52) Altan — The Lass of Glenshee
(1:15:27) Marvin Gaye — If I Should Die Tonight
(1:19:27) Your DJs Acknowledge the Melancholy
(1:22:09) Karla Bonoff — The Water Is Wide
(1:27:04) Damien Rice — The Blower's Daughter
(1:31:57) George Jessel with the Ted Auletta Orchestra and Chorus — The Tie That Binds
(1:34:59) Nina Simone — Mississippi Goddam
(1:39:53) Your DJs Send You on Your Way Refreshed and Smiling
(1:43:14) Mandy Patinkin — The Happy Medley: There's a Rainbow 'Round My Shoulder/Top Hat, White Tie and Tails/Puttin' on the Ritz/Alexander's Ragtime Band/Swanee/My Mammy/Handful of Keys

Episode #314: Next, Next, Next, Just Like That

February 2, 2019

Too many versions of one song, or exactly the right number? Or even too few? You can be the judge of that this week. There’s also lots of other stuff to listen to, including marches, ballads, piano, jazz, pop, rap, smiles and chuckles, cheesecake, sour grapes, and a couple of foreign languages. And some chat. Always with the chat. It keeps the robots at bay.

(0:00:00) Frederick Fennell with the Eastman Wind Ensemble — Thunder and Blazes (Entrance of the Gladiators)
(0:02:07) Your DJs Start the Circus
(0:05:08) Guy Klucevsek — Who Gets the Guy?/This Guy's in Love with You
(0:08:50) Brandi Carlile — The Story
(0:12:44) Mimi and Richard Fariña — Morgan the Pirate
(0:18:26) Kevin Morby — Beautiful Strangers
(0:24:41) Your DJs Know What Was and What Will Be
(0:29:21) Bobby Darin — Dream Lover (Demo Version)
(0:32:17) Duane Eddy — Dream Lover
(0:34:44) Enoch Light and His Orchestra — Dream Lover
(0:36:56) Johnny Burnette — Dream Lover
(0:39:18) The Paris Sisters — Dream Lover
(0:41:58) Your DJs Chose Just the Right Number of Versions
(0:43:37) Booker T and The M.G.'s — Chinese Checkers
(0:46:03) Rufus Thomas — Little Sally Walker
(0:48:30) GTO's: Girls Together Outrageously — Rodney
(0:52:12) Theo Bleckmann — This Woman's Work
(0:56:05) Your DJs Know What Was and What Will Be
(0:58:25) Mike Nichols and Elaine May — The Rehearsal
(1:03:26) Sarah Vaughan — All the Things You Are
(1:06:34) William Bolcom — Oh, Lady Be Good
(1:07:36) Dusty Springfield — Just One Smile
(1:10:17) Stacey Kent — C'est le printemps (It Might As Well Be Spring)
(1:14:42) Your DJs Still Have a Little More Left to Give
(1:16:24) The Beach Boys — Let the Wind Blow (stereo mix remastered 2017)
(1:18:44) John Mellencamp — Thank You
(1:22:21) Alka Seltzer Effervescent Antacid — Plop Plop Fizz Fizz
(1:22:52) Mary Hopkin — Rhymbeth Syml (Something Stupid)
(1:26:05) Fat Joe and Big Pun — Freestyle
(1:28:13) Your DJs Done Done It Again
(1:30:25) Sheldon Allman, Stan Worth, Jay Ward — Theme to George of the Jungle

Episode #313: We Like Eggs!

January 26, 2019

This week, a suppertime menu to please everyone plus music to accompany it. Covers, folk, rap, swing, toys, oats, comedy, French, and just a whole lot more. Good for everyone! Dig in.

(0:00:00) The Beatles — There's a Place (Studio Outtake/Takes 5 & 6)
(0:02:15) Your DJs Are Off to a Good Start
(0:06:30) Bert Jansch and John Renbourn — In This Game
(0:10:36) Cat Power — Breathless
(0:15:38) Dolly Parton with Alison Krauss — After the Gold Rush
(0:19:23) Sturgill Simpson — Brace for Impact (Live a Little)
(0:25:13) Your DJs Speak Well
(0:30:03) Lis Sørensen — Brændt (Torn)
(0:34:38) Steve Miller Band — Abracadabra
(0:38:15) The Magic of Christmas Singers — Welcome to Our World of Toys (FAO Schwarz Clock)
(0:44:59) Sharon, Lois and Bram — Mairzy Doats
(0:47:06) Your DJs Explain That
(0:50:30) Sylvia and Murray Winant — Sip-Sip Supper (The Supper Time Friend) (Part 2)
(0:53:41) Lissie — Wild West (Roadhouse Mix) (from Twin Peaks: The Limited Event Series)
(0:57:35) Shawn Colvin — Diamond in the Rough
(1:02:23) The Apples in Stereo — King of Carrot Flowers, Part 3 (Neutral Milk Hotel)
(1:04:19) Your DJs Still Have More for You
(1:07:49) Mike Nichols and Elaine May — Compatible
(1:13:07) Sammy Kaye with Nancy Norman, Billy Williams, The Kaye Choir — Chickery Chick
(1:15:24) Jack Handey — Deep Thoughts: Snail
(1:16:01) Butterbeans and Susie — Papa Ain't No Santa Claus (And Mama Ain't No Christmas Tree)
(1:19:18) A Tribe Called Quest — Bonita Applebum
(1:23:07) Lord Sitar — If I Were a Rich Man
(1:28:50) Jacques Dutronc — Et moi, et moi, et moi
(1:31:44) Your DJs End the Show Nicely
(1:37:33) Tiny Tim — As Time Goes By

Episode #312: And from the Outside, an Ordinary House

January 19, 2019

Your co-hosts are back with another oversized serving of chatter and music, laden with covers and spanning the decades. Here it is. Please download and listen while we go back into our cave to make more. If you’re happy, we’re happy.

(0:00:00) Mike Oldfield with Vivian Stanshall — The Sailor's Hornpipe (Viv Stanshall Version)/The Sailor’s Hornpipe (Instrumental)
(0:04:29) Your DJs Start the Party
(0:09:17) Bernadette Peters — Blackbird
(0:13:35) Blossom Dearie — Killing Me Softly with His Song
(0:17:58) Mandy Patinkin — Lily, Rosemary, and the Jack of Hearts
(0:26:08) Diana Ross and The Supremes — Reflections
(0:28:59) Your DJs Speak
(0:32:51) Richard Anthony — Et je m'en vais (Then He Kissed Me)
(0:35:20) Mary Hopkin — Quelli Erano Giorni (Those Were the Days)
(0:40:29) Rhiannon Giddens — Mansell’s Waltz
(0:43:18) Django Reinhardt — St. James Infirmary
(0:45:51) Your DJs Go Over It Again
(0:48:28) Sylvia and Murray Winant — Sip-Sip Supper (The Supper Time Friend) (Part 1)
(0:51:39) Timber Timbre — Hot Dreams
(0:56:57) Richard Chamberlain — Theme from Dr. Kildare (Three Stars Will Shine Tonight)
(0:59:37) Neutral Milk Hotel — The King of Carrot Flowers Parts Two and Three
(1:02:44) Your DJs Appear and Disappear
(1:05:30) Michael Horncastle, Tom Cully, Libera — Be Still My Soul
(1:09:25) PJ Harvey — Down by the Water
(1:12:36) Jack Handey — Deep Thoughts: It Takes a Big Man to Cry
(1:12:56) Lord Kitchener — If You're Not White You're Black
(1:15:53) Childish Gambino — Heartbeat
(1:20:22) Your DJs Know What That Was
(1:23:42) The Hollies — Heartbeat
(1:27:16) Rod Stewart — Handbags and Gladrags
(1:31:39) The Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain — Whistling Bach
(1:32:28) Adam Faith — Lonely Pup (In a Christmas Shop)
(1:34:14) Your DJs Will End This Now
(1:36:43) Morton Stevens — Theme to Police Woman

Episode #311: Soda and Pretzels and Dum Diddy Do

January 12, 2019

Look at this playlist. Doesn’t it scream “thoughtful, careful curation” to you? This wasn’t churned out by some soulless algorithm, we made it up on the spot and it has something for everyone: young and old, boys and girls, the fresh and the jaded. You’re in there somewhere. Give it a try.

(0:00:00) Scala & Kolacny Brothers — 2000 Miles (originally performed by The Pretenders)
(0:03:10) Your DJs Arrive
(0:05:33) The Los Angeles Guitar Quartet — Main Street Electrical Parade (Baroque Hoe-Down) (from Disneyland, in the style of Vivaldi)
(0:10:46) Johnny Cash — Danny Boy
(0:14:03) Sandy Denny — Blackwaterside
(0:18:12) Nirvana — The Man Who Sold the World
(0:22:02) Your DJs Explain What's Coming
(0:25:33) Melina Mercouri — Piraeus' Children (from Never on Sunday)
(0:28:53) Don Costa — Never on Sunday
(0:31:48) Ann-Margret — Never on Sunday
(0:34:33) Petula Clark — Never on Sunday
(0:37:15) Yo La Tengo — Never on Sunday
(0:38:26) Nelson Waikiki — Never on Sunday
(0:42:06) Your DJs Review
(0:45:10) Mike Nichols and Elaine May — A Little More Gauze
(0:48:37) Taylor Swift — King of My Heart
(0:52:34) Blossom Dearie — Lazy, Hazy, Crazy Days of Summer
(0:54:40) Kacey Musgraves — Butterflies
(0:58:17) Your DJs Again
(1:00:55) Lisa Loeb — Be My Baby
(1:04:06) A Fine Frenzy — Almost Lover
(1:08:34) Jack Handey — Deep Thoughts: A Young Mafia Gangster
(1:08:57) Sylvia and Murray Winant — Happity-Yappity Appetite (The Lunch Time Friend) (Part 2)
(1:11:40) Fugees — Killing Me Softly
(1:16:40) Your DJs Speak Again
(1:20:11) The Vandellas — Heat Wave (without lead vocals)
(1:23:16) The Beginning of the End — Funky Nassau
(1:26:24) Manfred Mann — Do Wah Diddy Diddy
(1:28:45) Paul Revere and The Raiders — Cinderella Sunshine
(1:30:45) Your DJs Leave
(1:33:21) The Crystals — Then He Kissed Me