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


Episode #310: Bobbies on Bicycles Two by Two

January 5, 2019

You’re back? Good, so are we. We’re all in this new year together and we’ll see it through to completion together. We just have to divide up the work properly. We’ll chat and play music, and you’ll download and listen. That seems fair. We’ll get this done. Now, to work, one and all!

(0:00:00) Arthur Tracy — Medley: Santa Lucia/Silver Threads Among the Gold/Under Your Window Tonight/Good Night, Sweetheart/My Old Pals (from Romantic Melodies (1932))
(0:06:36) Your DJs Are Here in the Brand New Year
(0:11:59) Allan Sherman — Skin
(0:14:24) Neutral Milk Hotel — The King of Carrot Flowers Pt. One
(0:16:25) Lyle Lovett — England Swings
(0:18:33) Ray LaMontagne — Jolene
(0:22:40) Your DJs Relate What Was Just on Your Plate
(0:25:02) Kate and Anna McGarrigle — Hit and Run Love
(0:29:11) Bill Callahan — So Long Marianne
(0:34:31) Leo Kottke — All I Have to Do Is Dream
(0:36:13) Sylvia and Murray Winant — Happity-Yappity Appetite (The Lunch Time Friend) (Part 1)
(0:39:24) The Avalanches feat. Father John Misty and David Berman — Saturday Night Inside Out
(0:44:13) Your DJs Convey What They Happened to Play
(0:46:38) Françoise Hardy — Suzanne (remasterisé en 2016)
(0:49:42) Donny Hathaway — Love, Love, Love
(0:53:31) Pia Zadora with The London Philharmonic Orchestra — The Man That Got Away
(0:57:42) Roy Ayers — Everybody Loves the Sunshine
(1:01:40) Your DJs Keep Telling What That Was, Without Yelling
(1:04:24) Mike Nichols and Elaine May — New Year's Resolution
(1:08:21) Duffy — My Boy
(1:11:46) Verne Langdon — Chipmunk Song
(1:13:42) Harry Nilsson — One
(1:16:33) Wu-Tang Clan — Tearz
(1:20:52) Your DJs Both Know There’s a Little More to Go
(1:23:23) Joe Dassin — Ça m'avance à quoi (You Were on My Mind)
(1:25:57) Peggy Lee — It's a Good Day
(1:28:47) Jack Handey — Deep Thoughts: Whenever I See an Old Lady Slip and Fall...
(1:29:17) Julie Andrews — How Are Things in Glocca Morra? (from Finian's Rainbow)
(1:31:51) Professor Green — Hometown Glory (Originally by Adele)
(1:34:52) Your DJs Are Done and They Hope You Had Fun
(1:38:05) Dominic Frontiere — Theme to The Flying Nun (Who Needs Wings to Fly)


Episode #309: Animals, Fools, Mealtimes, and More

December 29, 2018

Goodbye to that old year. New one coming soon! Next year there will be more old music, more new music, and more banter. The world’s culture stash keeps growing. Already, on this very episode, you can travel across the decades and still be back by teatime. We speak metaphorically but you know what we mean. Happy New Year, Listeners.

(0:00:00) Lorne Michaels — Beatles Offer (1976-04-24) (from NBC’s Saturday Night)
(0:02:08) Your DJs Are Here to Escort You Into the New Year
(0:08:49) Tak Shindo — Stumbling
(0:10:55) Art Pepper and Marty Paich Quartet — Over the Rainbow
(0:13:14) George Wright — I've Grown Accustomed to Her Face
(0:17:11) Billie Holiday — I'll Be Seeing You
(0:20:39) Your DJs Introduce Another Tribute Set, Oh No!
(0:24:04) Cannonball Adderley — African Waltz
(0:26:13) Anna McGarrigle — Anna introduces Galt MacDermot's "Call It Home"
(0:27:13) Galt MacDermot — Call It Home
(0:29:54) Allan Nicholls — Goin' Down (from Hair)
(0:32:18) Lynn Kellogg — Easy to Be Hard (from Hair (1968) (Original Broadway Cast Recording))
(0:34:55) Galt MacDermot — Coffee Cold
(0:38:17) Kate & Anna McGarrigle — Cover Up My Head
(0:41:12) Your DJs Go Over a Couple Two Three Things
(0:47:30) Haddaway — What Is Love
(0:51:57) Nas — Memory Lane (Sittin’ in da Park)
(0:56:04) Lynn Kellogg — Opening and Closing Themes to Animals, Animals, Animals
(0:57:58) Sylvia and Murray Winant — Doc Clock (The Breakfast Time Friend) (Part 2)
(1:01:00) Mark Kozelek with Minnie Driver — Something Stupid
(1:03:51) Your DJs Really Liked That
(1:07:45) Ricky Nelson — Poor Little Fool
(1:10:17) Your DJs Seek Closure, Achieve It, and Move On
(1:10:54) Christopher Reeve, Elaine May, Mike Nichols, Phil Donahue — And Superboy Makes 3 (from Free to Be…a Family (1988))
(1:15:55) Camera Obscura — New Year's Resolution
(1:21:28) Jack Handey — Deep Thoughts: If Dogs Ever Take Over the World...
(1:21:54) Blossom Dearie — Some Other Time
(1:25:49) Tom Waits — New Year's Eve
(1:30:14) Your DJs Send You on Your Way Into the Year That Lies Ahead
(1:36:21) Millicent Martin with David Frost — That Was the Week That Was


Episode #308: Two Elderly Scotchmen Munch on a Rare Cheese

December 22, 2018

I guess we made an actual Christmas program. I guess it’s full of holiday music and good cheer. I guess we’re like everybody else now. I guess it's our fault. But we chose it ourselves, it’s no Sirius/XM playlist for darned sure. Humor us. It’s possible—likely!—that you’ll enjoy it. We did.

(0:00:00) The Beatles — The Beatles Fourth Christmas Record
(0:06:38) Your DJs Are Here Again with That Holiday Stuff
(0:11:02) Bert Kaempfert — Holiday for Bells
(0:13:21) Barbra Streisand — Jingle Bells?
(0:15:14) The Sinatra Family — I Wouldn't Trade Christmas
(0:18:06) Chris Isaak — Hey Santa!
(0:20:48) Your DJs Reflect on the Set
(0:23:42) Rev. J. M. Gates — Hell Will Be Your Santa Claus
(0:26:41) Sonny Boy Williamson I — Christmas Morning Blues
(0:30:07) Eddie Lawrence — Merry Old Philosopher #1
(0:31:01) John Prine — Christmas in Prison
(0:34:13) Annie Lennox — See Amid the Winter's Snow
(0:37:43) Your DJs Tell You About Everything
(0:40:04) Choir of King's College Cambridge — In the Bleak Midwinter
(0:44:24) Miss Piggy — Santa Baby
(0:47:14) The Boston Camerata, Joel Cohen — Ronde and Saltarello
(0:48:34) The Wombats — Frosty the Snowman
(0:51:42) A Fine Frenzy — Blue Christmas
(0:55:02) Your DJs Know a Thing or Two
(0:58:25) Rosemary Clooney — Suzy Snowflake
(1:01:24) Steve Nieves — It's the Most Wonderful Time of the Year
(1:04:46) Eddie Lawrence — Merry Old Philosopher #2
(1:05:39) Fred Waring and His Pennsylvanians — Caroling, Caroling
(1:06:53) Colbie Caillat — Winter Wonderland
(1:09:42) Your DJs Choose All That Music You Just Heard
(1:12:02) The Sensational Little Shana Lynette — Mister Russian, Please Don't Shoot Down Santa's Sleigh
(1:15:06) The Soul Duo — Just a Sad Xmas
(1:18:49) Eddie Lawrence — Merry Old Philosopher #3
(1:19:59) Frank Sinatra — Jingle Bells (1957 version)
(1:21:59) Rooney — Merry Xmas Everybody
(1:25:17) Sammy Kaye — Santa Claus for President
(1:27:44) Jesse Winchester — Snow
(1:30:04) Your DJs Refer to the Weather, Recap the Set, and Leave
(1:34:24) Dame Kiri Te Kanawa — The Holly and the Ivy


Episode #307: Don’t Put Your Daughter on the Stage

December 15, 2018

Deep in December it’s nice to remember although you know the snow will follow. We’re already weary of this winter but we can all tough it out if we just stay indoors. This 90-minute mix of stuff that we made for you might help. There are smiles and chuckles, covers, movie and TV music, and lots more. See?

(0:00:00) The King's Noyse, David Douglass, Ellen Hargis — Mon Dieu la belle entrée
(0:04:04) Your DJs, They’re Here!
(0:09:21) Danny Elfman — What's This? (from The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993))
(0:12:26) Robert Ellis — Pretty Paper
(0:14:46) The Launton Handbell Ringers — Lord of the Dance
(0:16:32) Duke Ellington, Billy Strayhorn, Lena Horne — A Christmas Surprise (Second Performance)
(0:20:01) Your DJs, They’re Back!
(0:23:48) Rhoda Bernard — Cohen Owes Me 97 Dollars
(0:27:01) Rosemary Clooney, Duke Ellington and His Orchestra — I Let a Song Go Out of My Heart
(0:29:38) William Bolcom — Fascinating Rhythm
(0:30:31) Jimmy Liggins — I Ain't Drunk
(0:32:54) Ricky Nelson — Travelin' Man
(0:35:15) Your DJs, They’re Explaining!
(0:37:54) Mike Nichols and Elaine May — I Love Your Work
(0:41:36) James TW — Torn
(0:45:07) Allan Sherman — It's a Most Unusual Play
(0:47:31) Kaleo — All the Pretty Girls
(0:52:39) Your DJs, They Like Like This Job!
(0:55:23) Nancy Sinatra — As Tears Go By
(0:58:11) Bradley Cooper — Maybe It's Time (from A Star Is Born (2018))
(1:00:51) Alvvays — Adult Diversion
(1:04:19) Nelly Furtado — Maneater
(1:07:20) Your DJs, They Sometimes Change Their Minds!
(1:09:43) Dionne Warwick — Promises, Promises
(1:12:41) Etta James — Only Women Bleed
(1:16:49) Jack Handey — Deep Thoughts: The Evening Sky
(1:17:17) Noël Coward — Mrs Worthington
(1:19:17) Mos Def, Q-Tip, Tash — Body Rock
(1:24:31) Your DJs, They’re Leaving, but Only Until Next Time!
(1:29:16) Little Barrie — Main Title Theme (Extended) from Better Call Saul


Episode #306: Stirring Up the Dirt

December 8, 2018

We’re still here and we’re still fun and you know it. Grab this episode and listen to friendly banter along with music that WE chose, for YOU, like, specially, y’know? Some of it is newish and some of it is oldish. Some of it isn’t even in English. And some of it is just plain old, but that’s never put you off before. Your Happy Holidays continue here.

(0:00:00) The Ink Spots — Address Unknown
(0:02:56) Your DJs Talk TV
(0:06:51) Flanders and Swann — A Transport of Delight
(0:12:07) Ben Howard — The Wolves
(0:17:14) Stephen Bennett — In the Court of the Crimson King
(0:22:09) The Regrettes — All I Want for Christmas
(0:24:43) Your DJs Speak to You
(0:27:31) The Monkees — Silver Bells
(0:30:57) Adele — Hometown Glory
(0:35:23) Henry Morgan — The Eversharp Schick Injector Razor Saves You Time #1 (commercial)
(0:37:02) Fanfare Ciocărlia — 007 (James Bond Theme)
(0:40:10) Jacques Brel — Madeleine
(0:42:50) Your DJs Explain
(0:45:20) The Beatles — Piggies (Take 12/Instrumental Backing Track)
(0:47:29) Grace Potter and The Nocturnals — Stars
(0:51:11) Tom Jones — Lift Me Up
(0:54:54) The Bird and The Bee — Carol of the Bells
(0:56:57) Your DJs Chose the Music You Just Heard
(0:59:03) Perry Como — Happiness Comes, Happiness Goes
(1:01:32) Andee feat. Hedley — Kiss You Inside Out
(1:05:08) Jack Handey — Deep Thoughts: We Used to Laugh at Grandpa
(1:05:33) Stacey Kent — Les eaux de Mars (The Waters of March)
(1:09:08) Biz Markie — Just a Friend
(1:13:08) Your DJs Are Still Working Hard
(1:15:14) Lee Hazlewood and Ann-Margret — Walk on Out of My Mind
(1:17:58) Chris Stapleton — Tennessee Whiskey
(1:22:47) Best Coast — Crazy for You
(1:24:38) Band of Horses — Islands on the Coast
(1:28:10) Your DJs Are Stopping Now Because It’s Time for a Rest
(1:30:42) Paul Robeson — Little Man, You've Had a Busy Day


Episode #305: Broiled, Not Fried

December 1, 2018

You’ll enjoy the fresh charcoal flavor of this week’s BIRTHDAY EPISODE in which birthdays are mentioned at least once. Christmas music starts to creep in as well, plus the usual covers and instrumentals and things you’ve never heard before (nor have we). Even though we say it ourselves, it really is a fine program. We invite you to download and agree.

(0:00:00) Dennis Day — Happy Birthday to You/The Unbirthday Song
(0:06:59) Your DJs Arrive!
(0:10:33) Altius Quartet (William Bolcom, composer) — 3 Rags for String Quartet: No. 1, Graceful Ghost
(0:14:15) Lou Rawls — Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas
(0:17:56) Cass Elliot — Hardee's Radio Jingle #1
(0:18:59) José Feliciano — Walk Right In
(0:21:45) Ray Charles with James Taylor — Sweet Potato Pie
(0:25:30) Your DJs Speak
(0:28:00) Mike Nichols and Elaine May — Professor Cole and Doctor Wasserman
(0:34:15) The Lumineers — Big Parade
(0:39:35) Cass Elliot — Hardee's Radio Jingle #2
(0:40:38) The Handsome Family — My Sister's Tiny Hands
(0:44:05) José González — Heartbeats
(0:46:44) Your DJs Have Something to Say
(0:49:07) Dori Freeman — I Want to See the Bright Lights Tonight
(0:52:19) Darlingside — In the Morning
(0:56:15) Cass Elliot — Hardee's Radio Jingle #3
(0:56:44) John Denver — When Will I Be Loved?
(0:58:32) Natalie Merchant — Kind and Generous
(1:02:35) Your DJs Again
(1:05:19) The Baja Marimba Band — Comin' in the Back Door
(1:07:35) Freddie Scott — (You) Got What I Need
(1:10:40) The Deller Consort — Here We Come a-Wassailing
(1:13:15) James Farrelli — In the Air Tonight
(1:17:59) Your DJs Are Doing the Job
(1:20:19) Walter Kolomoku — Medley of Old-Time Waltzes
(1:23:34) The Barr Brothers — Little Lover
(1:28:22) Jack Handey — Deep Thoughts: I Wish a Robot Would Get Elected President
(1:28:48) Early Music New York — Soldier's Joy
(1:30:06) Barbra Streisand — Come to the Supermarket in Old Peking
(1:32:02) Your DJs Prepare to Leave
(1:35:09) John Aylesworth, Frank Peppiatt — Theme to Hullabaloo


Episode #304: Everybody Doesn’t Like Something

November 24, 2018

But there really is something for everyone to like in this week’s program. We made all the choices by ourselves, and by now you know us so you know what to expect, and here it is. Covers, show tunes, movie music, TV music, old stuff, new stuff, chuckles, deep thoughts, and even more. It’s a holiday weekend and we made this for you instead of enjoying ourselves. Please try it.

(0:00:00) Cass Elliot — Don't Let the Good Life Pass You By
(0:02:46) Your DJs Discuss Songs and TV
(0:10:15) William Shatner with Joe Louis Walker — Little Drummer Boy
(0:13:20) Peggy Lee — I Enjoy Being a Girl
(0:15:32) Miriam Makeba — The Click Song
(0:18:02) Maxwell — This Woman's Work
(0:22:01) Your DJs Explain Their Fine Choices
(0:24:17) Judy Garland — The Man That Got Away
(0:27:55) Lady Gaga — Hair Body Face (from A Star Is Born (2018))
(0:31:18) Sylvia and Murray Winant — Doc Clock (The Breakfast Time Friend) (Part 1)
(0:34:23) N. W. A. — Express Yourself
(0:38:47) Your DJs Exchange Comments
(0:45:09) The Conception Corporation — My Sweet Lord
(0:45:42) George Harrison — My Sweet Lord
(0:50:20) Roxy Music — More Than This
(0:54:48) Sara Lee — Nobody Doesn't Like Sara Lee
(0:55:17) Lenny Bruce — The Steve Allen Show
(0:59:45) Toots Thielemans — Sous le ciel de Paris
(1:02:22) Your DJs Have Some Words
(1:07:31) Steve Allen — Gravy Waltz
(1:10:10) Nat King Cole — Autumn Leaves
(1:12:49) Jack Handey — Deep Thoughts: Puke
(1:13:12) The Presidents of the United States of America — Video Killed the Radio Star
(1:16:32) Spice Girls — Wannabe
(1:19:25) William Bolcom — Do It Again
(1:20:43) Donna McKechnie, Susan Browning, Pamela Myers — You Could Drive a Person Crazy (from Company (1970) (Original Broadway Cast Recording)
(1:23:16) Loretta Devine — Ain't No Party (from Dreamgirls (1982) (Original Broadway Cast Recording)
(1:25:24) Your DJs Must Reluctantly Take Their Leave for Now
(1:32:54) Jane Powell — It's a Most Unusual Day (Opening/Finale) (from A Date with Judy (1948))


Episode #303: ‘Scuse Me While I Kiss This Guy

November 17, 2018

Sometimes we’re so busy choosing tracks that we don’t turn on our microphones for a long time, and you get lonely. That happened this week but it won’t happen again. We know you’re here both for the music and for the chat. It’s like a contract except that it has no legal status and is completely unenforceable. Still, we mean well. We want you to hear all this great TV music and hit records and covers and standards and everything else. It’s all there.

(0:00:00) Gerald Fried — Shore Leave: School Chum/Finnegan/A Clue/Finnegan's Return/Leg Trick/Dirt Trick/Tiger Thoughts/2nd Samurai (from Star Trek)
(0:06:17) Your DJs Enjoy Star Trek Just As Much As Everybody Else
(0:11:43) Melanie — Purple Haze
(0:15:03) Van Morrison — Madame George
(0:24:39) Clare Bowen — Ain't No Normal (from Nashville)
(0:28:27) Kathy Mattea — Where've You Been
(0:32:22) Your DJs Explain
(0:35:46) Neil Young — Classical Gas Rap
(0:36:27) Mason Williams — Classical Gas (1967 version)
(0:38:54) Graham Nash — Military Madness
(0:42:02) Dusty Springfield — I Just Don't Know What to Do with Myself
(0:45:04) Nina Simone — Ooh Child
(0:48:19) Your DJs Report to You
(0:52:00) Bob and Ray — Webley Webster Brings in a Relaxation Girl to Help the Show
(0:55:24) Oscar Mack — Don't Be Afraid of Love
(0:57:53) William Bolcom — Do Do Do
(0:58:46) Cole Porter — Be Like the Bluebird (from Anything Goes)
(1:01:40) Stacey Kent — Isn’t This a Lovely Day
(1:05:36) Your DJs Enjoyed All That
(1:07:04) Blossom Dearie — Rhode Island Is Famous for You
(1:09:14) Daryl Hall and John Oates — Rich Girl
(1:11:39) Jack Handey — Deep Thoughts: Family Outings
(1:12:29) Abba — Medley: Pick a Bale of Cotton/On Top of Old Smokey/Midnight Special
(1:16:47) Pete Rock and C. L. Smooth — The Main Ingredient (Original 12" Instrumental)
(1:21:32) NYS Department of Safety — PSA: In the Middle in the Middle in the Middle
(1:22:34) The Louvin Brothers — Spoken Message from Ira Louvin/It’s All Off
(1:25:17) Hot Butter — Popcorn
(1:27:49) Warren Brown and Adam Goddard — Big Block Singsong: Slug
(1:29:48) Berlin Philharmonic conducted by Riccardo Muti (G. F. Handel, composer) — Water Music Suite #1 in F, HWV 348: 8. Hornpipe
(1:31:11) Your DJs Break in to End the Very Long Set and Say Bye for Now
(1:35:32) Leslie Szarvas, Paul Simon — Theme to H. R. Pufnstuf