Archive for June 2018

Episode #283: It Rose Up and Became a Man!

Saturday, June 30th, 2018

We like this one! There’s jazz and samba, country and pop, comedy and pan pipes, calypso and calliope, disco and Bollywood, TV and movie music, instrumentals, covers, a little bit of chat, plus a spoiler for a 50-year-old TV program. Listen! And enjoy your summer weekend.

(0:00:00) Walter Wanderley — Summer Samba (So Nice)
(0:03:04) Your DJs Speak
(0:05:31) Jack Costanzo — Bongo Lesson
(0:08:46) Phoenix — Rome
(0:13:24) Edgar Villarroel — Memory
(0:16:40) Bob Dylan and The Band — One for the Road
(0:21:29) Your DJs Speak
(0:24:01) Rick Moranis — Nine More Gallons
(0:26:49) Dee Dee Sharp — Gravy (For My Mashed Potatoes)
(0:28:57) Mike Nichols and Elaine May — Bringing Home an Elk
(0:30:02) Syndicate of Sound — Little Girl
(0:32:30) The Carters (Beyoncé and Jay-Z) — Apeshit
(0:36:55) Your DJs Continue
(0:39:22) Orson Welles — The War of the Worlds (Part 8)
(0:44:57) Bruce Springsteen — Girls in Their Summer Clothes
(0:49:14) Randy Newman — When She Loved Me (Instrumental)
(0:50:16) Buchanan Brothers and The Georgia Catamounts — (When You See) Those Flying Saucers
(0:52:43) Josie Cotton — Cowgirl in the Sand
(0:58:00) Your DJs Revisit the Recent Past
(1:00:19) Angélique Kidjo — Esso, Esso
(1:03:30) Aretha Franklin — Groovin'
(1:06:24) Jack Handey — Deep Thoughts: Making the World Safe for Our Children
(1:06:47) Lord Executor — Two Bad Men in the World
(1:09:33) The Mary Jane Girls — In My House
(1:13:29) Your DJs Speak Some More
(1:19:31) Herbie Hancock — Watermelon Man
(1:26:36) Dinah Shore — The Last Time I Saw Paris (from Till the Clouds Roll By (1946))
(1:27:49) Verne Langdon — Goofus
(1:29:12) Bud Collyer and Orson Bean — Orson, How's Max?
(1:32:11) Kalyanji and Anandji Shah — Ganges A Go-Go
(1:34:10) Your DJs Are Done for the Day
(1:38:29) Frank DeVol — Theme to My Three Sons

Episode #282: Sticks and Stones and Stumps and Glass

Saturday, June 23rd, 2018

The Martians are here, the end is near, but never mind, it’s finally summer. You can start it off by listening to this program. We’re not performance artists but we still hope to please. It pleases us to please. We chose everything here, and we made this program with our own two hands and some software. Go ahead, please yourselves.

(0:00:00) Claramae Turner and Barbara Ruick — June Is Bustin' Out All Over (from Carousel (1956))
(0:03:44) Your DJs Discuss the Season
(0:08:42) Spencer Myer (William Bolcom, composer) — The Garden of Eden, rags for piano: I. Old Adam
(0:11:34) Bob Thompson — Star Fire
(0:14:13) Martin Denny — A Taste of Honey (Moog version)
(0:17:15) The Carters (Beyoncé and Jay-Z) — Summer
(0:22:00) Your DJs Speak
(0:24:20) Bob & Ray — Matt Neffer, Boy Spotwelding King of the World: Film in the Attic
(0:27:17) Belle and Sebastian — The Boy with the Arab Strap
(0:32:26) Melinda Simon and Mark Fay — Fairyland Music - Space Pop
(0:34:26) Sam Phillips — I Don't Want to Fall in Love (original 1988 version)
(0:37:16) Vanessa Carlton — A Thousand Miles
(0:41:12) Your DJs Tell You What’s Coming
(0:45:56) Antônio Carlos Jobim and Elis Regina — Águas de Março (Waters of March)
(0:49:27) Art Garfunkel — Waters of March
(0:53:03) Susannah McCorkle — Waters of March
(0:57:01) Cassandra Wilson — Waters of March
(1:01:29) Anya Marina — Waters of March (Águas de Março)
(1:05:10) Your DJs Recap
(1:07:34) Orson Welles — The War of the Worlds (Part 7)
(1:11:48) Irma Thomas — It's Raining
(1:13:54) Jack Handey — Deep Thoughts: Parachuting
(1:14:23) Petula Clark — Don't Give Up
(1:17:28) Etta James — Sunshine of Love
(1:19:53) Melanie — I Think It's Going to Rain Today
(1:22:48) Big Star — I'm in Love with a Girl
(1:24:35) Your DJs Are Off (You Can Say That Again)
(1:29:25) Ramin Djawadi — The Winds of Winter (from Game of Thrones, Season 6)

Episode #281: Something for Everyone

Saturday, June 16th, 2018

Here are the fruits of another afternoon spent “playing DJ”, that old game that children love even more than hide-and-seek. It’s a jumble but it’s OUR jumble and now it’s yours. With few exceptions this is not your father’s podcast, nor your daughter’s, even though it’s a father-and-daughter podcast. Please indulge us, and yourselves.

(0:00:00) Zero Mostel — Comedy Tonight (from A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum (1962) (Original Broadway Cast Recording))
(0:04:58) Your DJs Start Things Right Off
(0:06:58) Edwin Astley — Danger Man (One Hour) - Incidental Cue 2
(0:09:16) Melvin Van Peebles feat. Earth, Wind and Fire — Sweetback's Theme (from Sweet Sweetback's Baadasssss Song (1971))
(0:12:38) Nils Lofgren — Goin' Back
(0:19:33) Leon Bridges — You Don't Know
(0:22:24) Your DJs Chat a Little
(0:25:15) Groucho Marx — Promo for Tell it to Groucho (1962)
(0:26:10) Jack Meakin — Opening and Closing Themes to Tell It to Groucho
(0:28:12) Maxine Nightingale — Right Back Where We Started From
(0:31:27) Jack Handey — Deep Thoughts: Watch for Rocks
(0:32:02) Mouth and MacNeal — How Do You Do?
(0:35:01) Rick James — Bustin' Out
(0:38:58) Your DJs Tell You
(0:43:44) Orson Welles — The War of the Worlds (Part 6)
(0:50:23) Thomas Rhett — Beer with Jesus
(0:54:54) The Beau Brummels — One Too Many Mornings
(0:57:43) Rihanna — Shut Up and Drive
(1:01:16) Your DJs Are Enjoying the Show
(1:03:36) Lisa Loeb — Tomorrow
(1:06:22) The Supremes — I Didn't Know What Time It Was
(1:08:49) Melinda Simon and Mark Fay — The Yellow Horse
(1:09:58) The Hollies — Jennifer Eccles
(1:12:57) Rilo Kiley feat. The Watson Twins — About the Moon
(1:16:05) Your DJs, They’re a Team
(1:18:15) Jeff Simmons — Lucille Has Messed My Mind Up
(1:21:33) Rizzle Kicks — Summertime Sadness (Originally by Lana Del Rey)
(1:25:26) Jack Handey — Deep Thoughts: Coral
(1:25:53) The Countdown Kids — Do Your Ears Hang Low?
(1:27:15) Les Baxter and His Orchestra — A Taste of Honey
(1:29:40) Your DJs Leave You and Leave the Building
(1:32:51) Chester Stover, Joseph Harris, Treadwell Covington, W. Watts Biggers — Theme to King Leonardo and His Short Subjects

Episode #280: Things That Fly and Other Things That Don’t

Saturday, June 9th, 2018

There’s no weather to complain about this week so instead we bring you music, chat, 80-year-old news reports, and other blasts from the recent and distant past. If you download it we’re sure you’ll find something useful or fun or at least time-consuming. Almost sure.

(0:00:00) John Williams feat. Margot Kidder — The Flying Sequence/Can You Read My Mind? (from Superman: The Movie (1978))
(0:08:06) Your DJs Arrive with Their Opinions
(0:11:54) Rebecca Pidgeon — Spanish Harlem
(0:15:33) Taylor Swift — Sparks Fly
(0:19:54) Tyler Bates — You Can't Stop This Motherfucker (Choir-Only Mix) (from Deadpool 2 (2018))
(0:20:53) The Fugs — Wide Wide River
(0:23:29) Lana Del Rey — Summertime Sadness
(0:28:04) Your DJs Tell You About That
(0:31:08) Orson Welles — The War of the Worlds (Part 5)
(0:37:54) Rascal Flatts — Life Is a Highway
(0:42:28) Jack Handey — Deep Thoughts: Yodeling
(0:42:56) Mary Schneider — Yodelling Comedians
(0:45:37) Harry Belafonte — Island in the Sun
(0:49:00) Your DJs Discuss the Recent Past and the Immediate Future
(0:52:47) Jo Stafford — Old Joe Clark
(0:54:26) Jerry Rivers and The Drifting Cowboys — Old Joe Clark
(0:55:41) Speedy West and Jimmy Bryant — Old Joe Clark
(0:58:01) Jimmie Rodgers — Old Joe Clark
(0:59:45) Charlie Haden feat. Jack Black — Old Joe Clark
(1:03:50) Your DJs Explain Why You Liked That
(1:08:07) Robert Johnson — Come on in My Kitchen
(1:10:59) Django Reinhardt et le Quintette du Hot Club de France avec Stéphane Grappelli feat. Bert Marshall — I Saw Stars
(1:13:45) Jack Handey — Deep Thoughts: Boxing
(1:14:10) Les Paul and His Trio — Blue Skies
(1:16:45) Wes Montgomery and Wynton Kelly Trio — Misty
(1:23:41) The Passionate & Objective Jokerfan (Matt Farley) — Response to a Recent Essay by Van Dyke Parks
(1:24:58) Salt-n-Pepa — Shoop
(1:29:05) Sza — Garden (Say It Like Dat)
(1:32:34) Your DJs Are Ready to Leave
(1:36:50) Charmian Carr, Angela Cartwright, Duane Chase, Nicholas Hammond, Kym Karath, Heather Menzies, Debbie Turner — So Long, Farewell (from The Sound of Music (1965))

Episode #279: Robins and Flamingos and So Much More

Saturday, June 2nd, 2018

June is here! You may not have realized because it came so quietly. But there’s still plenty of time to get some Juning in. We suggest that you start with this episode and move on from there. You’ll be doing us a solid something and we think you’ll even like it. Everybody wins. Win-win. No loss.

(0:00:00) Renaissance — When the Red, Red Robin Comes Bob, Bob, Bobbin' Along
(0:01:56) Your DJs Speak of Robins and Other Things
(0:06:12) Livingston Taylor — Packet of Good Times
(0:09:13) Marty Robbins — El Paso
(0:13:35) Sons of the Pioneers — Tumbling Tumbleweeds
(0:16:17) Gospel Dream — This Little Light of Mine
(0:20:54) Your DJs Speak
(0:23:15) Original Radio Theme — Sgt. Preston of the Yukon
(0:24:21) Bob and Ray — King Yukon of the Northwest
(0:26:52) Four Tops — Reflections
(0:30:32) Abigail Spencer — You Made Me Love You (I Didn't Want to Do It) (from Timeless)
(0:33:29) Cody Chesnutt — Boylife in America
(0:35:51) Your DJs Again
(0:39:39) Orson Welles — The War of the Worlds (Part 4)
(0:45:34) Solange — Weary
(0:48:49) Melinda Simon and Mark Fay — The Giant Music Box
(0:50:32) The Byrds — Have You Seen Her Face
(0:53:12) Jefferson Airplane — Comin' Back to Me
(0:58:33) Your DJs Speak
(1:00:16) Shelley Marsh, Stan's Sister — I Saw Three Ships
(1:01:17) The Chieftains with Marianne Faithfull — I Saw Three Ships A-Sailing
(1:04:02) Mumford and Sons — Awake My Soul
(1:08:15) Jack Handey — Deep Thoughts: Flamingo
(1:08:51) Earl Klugh — Cast Your Fate to the Wind
(1:12:04) David McCallum — Call Me
(1:14:45) Your DJs, Both of Them
(1:18:55) Liberace — Chopsticks
(1:22:16) Les Baxter — Honey Bun
(1:24:18) Jack Handey — Deep Thoughts: Uncle Caveman
(1:24:45) Rick Moranis — The Seven Days of Shiva
(1:27:07) Busta Rhymes — Freestyle
(1:29:27) Your DJs Wrap This Up
(1:32:23) Blake Neely — Theme from Supergirl