Archive for September 2018

Episode #296: Hey, Free Dummy!

Saturday, September 29th, 2018

September ends but it will be back with us before you know it, so don’t let that get you down. We’ll still keep doing this program until then and you’ll have plenty of entertainment to keep you occupied. This week, music of all sorts, just like the licorice. Next week, we’ll see.

(0:00:00) Leroy Anderson — Blue Tango
(0:02:48) Your DJs Lament the Month’s End
(0:05:06) Alison Krauss — Every Time You Say Goodbye
(0:08:21) Vanilla Fudge — Dazed and Confused
(0:14:15) Melinda Simon and Mark Fay — "Allen, They'll Eat You."
(0:15:34) Van Dyke Parks — Hominy Grove
(0:19:00) David Gates — Goodbye Girl (from The Goodbye Girl (1977))
(0:21:46) Your DJs Speak
(0:24:54) Patty Griffin — Mary (1998 album version)
(0:30:05) Maia Sharp — I Need This to Be Love
(0:34:54) Sharon Shannon with The Woodchoppers — The Pernod Waltz
(0:36:55) Kina Grannis — Can’t Help Falling in Love (from Crazy Rich Asians (2018))
(0:40:15) Your DJs Discuss
(0:41:52) Mike Nichols and Elaine May — Willya or Woncha
(0:46:15) Led Zeppelin — In the Evening
(0:52:58) Verne Langdon — The Whistler and His Dog
(0:53:54) Cleanliness and Godliness Skiffle Band — Chinese New Year Waltz
(0:56:53) Sza feat. Kendrick Lamar — Doves in the Wind
(1:01:21) Your DJs Relate
(1:03:52) Johnny Kidd and the Pirates — Shakin' All Over
(1:06:11) Lee Hazlewood — Cold Hard Times
(1:08:34) Jack Handey — Deep Thoughts: Sears Tower
(1:09:04) Liona Boyd (Erik Satie, composer) — 3 Gymnopédies #1: Lent et douloureux
(1:11:50) Judy Garland and Gene Kelly — Be a Clown (from The Pirate (1948))
(1:14:42) Your DJs Recapitulate
(1:20:29) Rita Wilson — You Were on My Mind
(1:23:08) Mandy Moore — Walk Me Home
(1:27:48) Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick and Tich — The Legend of Xanadu
(1:31:23) Love — Orange Skies
(1:34:12) Your DJs Are Going for Hot Chocolate Now
(1:38:22) Shelley Fabares — Hi Lilli Hi Lo

Episode #295: And No Harm Done

Saturday, September 22nd, 2018

September continues with a few songs from the 1980s plus at least one song actually named “September” (consider the odds!). You’ll hear covers and originals, country and rock, amusement parks, rags and gags, and a few more bits and bobs. But only if you choose to listen. Otherwise there is no warranty.

(0:00:00) The Greenbriar Boys — Different Drum
(0:03:01) Your DJs Continue Their September Rabble-Rousing
(0:07:03) Kate Bush — Cloudbusting
(0:12:10) Justin Timberlake and Anna Kendrick with Earth, Wind and Fire — September
(0:16:03) Melinda Simon and Mark Fay — Fairyland Music #7
(0:17:46) Juliana Hatfield — Magic
(0:22:13) Led Zeppelin — Immigrant Song
(0:24:27) Your DJs Know the Score
(0:27:08) Bob and Ray — Giraffe Collector's Club
(0:34:07) The West Coast Pop Art Experimental Band — I Won't Hurt You (1967 version)
(0:36:27) Music Together — John the Rabbit
(0:38:44) Gene Pitney — Twenty-Four Hours from Tulsa
(0:41:42) Your DJs Enjoyed That Almost As You Did
(0:46:16) Stevie Nicks — Edge of Seventeen
(0:51:45) Madonna — Holiday
(0:58:10) Cyndi Lauper — Time After Time
(1:02:09) Irene Cara — Flashdance...What a Feeling (from Flashdance (1983))
(1:06:01) Your DJs Explain that Flashback
(1:08:38) Spencer Myer (William Bloom, composer) — The Garden of Eden, rags for piano: III. The Serpent's Kiss
(1:14:34) Stevie Wonder — Someday at Christmas
(1:17:23) Jack Handey — Deep Thoughts: Sometimes When I Feel Like Killing Someone...
(1:18:05) Michael Hedges — All Along the Watchtower
(1:21:04) Kacey Musgraves — High Horse
(1:24:35) The Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain — The Magnificent Seven
(1:25:54) Les Surfs — Je te pardonne (Baby I Love You)
(1:28:27) Kendrick Lamar feat. Zacari — LOVE.
(1:32:02) Your DJs Have Done a Nice Job
(1:37:34) Pat Williams — Theme to The Streets of San Francisco

Episode #294: Close Your Eyes, Start to Harmonize

Saturday, September 15th, 2018

You liked the last one, so here’s another one. Can’t stop now. Hear us mix things that don’t belong together except in our heads. Experimental radio. Podcasting. Whatever.

(0:00:00) Martin Jones (Percy Grainger, composer) — Mock Morris
(0:03:11) Your DJs
(0:08:33) Annette Funicello with Richard Sherman — Strummin' Song (Rehearsal Version)
(0:11:26) Edward Sharpe and The Magnetic Zeros — Home
(0:16:29) Melinda Simon and Mark Fay — Ice Cream Truck #7
(0:17:34) Pickin' On Project — Misty Mountain Hop
(0:22:32) Chris Stapleton — Traveller
(0:26:11) Your DJs
(0:30:44) Emerante de Pradines — Choucoune
(0:34:39) Celia Cruz — Choucoune
(0:37:41) The Brothers Four — Yellow Bird
(0:40:05) Arthur Lyman — Yellow Bird
(0:42:47) Martin Denny — Yellow Bird
(0:44:52) Fairport Convention — Yellow Bird
(0:47:03) Chris Isaak — Yellow Bird
(0:49:33) Your DJs
(0:52:42) Cher — SOS
(0:56:03) Tina Turner — The Best
(1:01:31) Jack Handey — Deep Thoughts: You Know What Would Make a Good Story?
(1:01:59) Ray Stevens — Ahab, the Arab
(1:05:46) Drake feat. Michael Jackson — Don’t Matter to Me
(1:09:51) Your DJs
(1:13:24) Petula Clark — Baby It's Me
(1:15:43) Vanilla Fudge — All My Love
(1:21:57) Verne Langdon — Oriental Blues (Ernie's Tune)
(1:23:39) Georgie Fame — Get Away
(1:26:09) Cheryl K — Money (That’s What I Want) (from Crazy Rich Asians (2018))
(1:29:19) Your DJs
(1:32:15) Rex Koury, Glenn Spencer — Theme to Gunsmoke (That Old Trail)

Episode #293: One Pan, No Boiling, Cooking Ease

Saturday, September 8th, 2018

More September excellence this week including a tribute set, a little jazz, a little bossy nova, some British guys, covers, rags, the definitions of words, French pop, movie music, and whatever strikes your fancy. Actually it’s whatever happened to strike ours. It’s your program but it’s really ours. It’s yours, really it is. But it’s more ours.

(0:00:00) Vienna Boys' Choir — The Keeper Would A-Hunting Go (English folk song)
(0:01:58) Your DJs Arrive with Some More Septembering
(0:07:57) Spencer Myer (composer: William Bolcom) — The Garden of Eden, rags for piano: II. The Eternal Feminine
(0:13:10) Nina Simone — Stars (Live at Montreux)
(0:19:48) Eric Idle and Charlie Dore — Harry
(0:22:05) Lee Hazlewood — Forget Marie
(0:24:05) Your DJs Speak to You
(0:27:32) Mike Nichols and Elaine May — On the Train (Part 2)
(0:32:31) Led Zeppelin — What Is and What Should Never Be
(0:36:51) Melinda Simon and Mark Fay — Speeding Boat
(0:38:08) Cat Power — (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction
(0:41:10) Katherine Ho — Yellow
(0:45:16) Your DJs Describe the Last Set and Prepare You for a Tribute Set
(0:48:19) Aretha Franklin — Ain't No Way
(0:52:31) Aretha Franklin — I Say a Little Prayer
(0:56:00) Aretha Franklin — How to Murder Your Wife
(0:58:54) Aretha Franklin — Jumpin' Jack Flash
(1:03:57) Your DJs Recap It All for You
(1:05:42) Rice-A-Roni — The San Francisco Treat
(1:06:20) The Mellbays — Satiated
(1:09:29) Ernie Hawks and The Soul Investigators — The Scorpio Walk
(1:14:23) Jack Handey — Deep Thoughts: The Age of the Vikings
(1:14:54) Hugh Masekela — Grazing in the Grass
(1:17:31) Joseph Arthur — Honey and the Moon
(1:22:12) Walter Wanderley — Crickets Sing for Ana Maria
(1:26:34) Brigitte Bardot — Ça pourrait changer
(1:28:14) Your DJs Are Done but You Can Stay a Little Longer
(1:32:35) David Raksin — Theme from Laura (1944)

Episode #292: His Face Might Burn Up

Saturday, September 1st, 2018

We’ve all been waiting for September and it’s finally here! Sparkling lights, festive food, and presents under the tree will soon be available to everyone, plus more of these podcasts that we’ve been making for quite a while now. Here’s another one. We hope it’s to your liking. It is to ours.

(0:00:00) New York Philharmonic conducted by Leonard Bernstein — The Thunderer March
(0:02:34) Your DJs Welcome You to This Excellent Month
(0:06:03) The Rutles — Living in Hope
(0:08:39) Led Zeppelin — Achilles' Last Stand
(0:18:57) Melinda Simon and Mark Fay — The Ballad of the Crooked Man
(0:19:33) Mike Nichols and Elaine May — On the Train (Part 1)
(0:24:27) Mandy Moore — Candy
(0:28:21) Your DJs Played Some Music There
(0:31:59) The Hollies — Stop, Stop, Stop
(0:34:37) Ed Sheeran — Even My Dad Does Sometimes
(0:38:33) Jack Young — Stop the Car!
(0:39:38) The Dave Brubeck Quartet — Heigh-Ho (The Dwarfs' Marching Song)
(0:43:59) Of Monsters and Men — Mountain Sound
(0:47:32) Your DJs Speak Among Themselves
(0:50:40) Davey Graham — Dance for Two People
(0:52:51) A Taste of Honey — Boogie Oogie Oogie
(1:00:09) Jack Handey — Deep Thoughts: Space Shuttle
(1:00:33) Tony Succar feat. Titi Nieves — I Want You Back
(1:05:15) The Ikettes — I'm Blue (The Gong-Gong Song)
(1:07:45) Your DJs Relate
(1:10:32) Jesse Winchester — Rhythm of the Rain
(1:13:22) Willie Nelson — Blue Eyes Crying in the Rain
(1:15:41) Robert Plant and Alison Krauss — Through the Morning, Through the Night
(1:19:40) Gabrielle Aplin — I'm on Fire (Originally by Bruce Springsteen)
(1:21:35) Emmylou Harris with Kate and Anna McGarrigle — Cherry Tree Carol
(1:25:04) Valerie June — Twined and Twisted
(1:28:17) Your DJs Are Leaving The Studio Now
(1:31:37) Oliver Nelson — Theme to The Six Million Dollar Man