Episode #118: It Is Not Dangerous If You Keep Your Elbows Inside

No show tunes this week. We’re not sure how that happened. We’ll try to be more careful next time. But for now you’ll still get to hear 60s and 90s and current pop, covers, Coke, uke, Nichols and May, singing blocks, a little hip-hop, a little disco, a little country, a little seltzer down your pants. Plus a surprise or two. You signed up for this. You knew what were you were getting into. Download and get it over with. You know you want to.

(0:00:00) Nicola Benedetti with Éamon Doorley, Tony Byrne, Phil Cunningham, Ewen Verna — Hurricane Set: I. Spey in Spate/II. The Hurricane
(0:04:07) Your DJs Speak
(0:06:58) The Primitives — Thru’ the Flowers
(0:09:29) The Yellow Melodies — Thru the Flowers
(0:11:38) Courtney Barnett — Depreston
(0:16:30) Lennon Stella and Maisy Stella — Heart on Fire (from Nashville)
(0:19:47) One of Your DJs Speaks
(0:21:58) Lesley Gore — Little Sister, That’s All I’ll Ever Be (Coca-Cola commercial)
(0:23:32) Professor Elemental feat. Nick Maxwell — All in Together
(0:26:46) Kendrick Lamar feat. George Clinton and Thundercat — Wesley’s Theory
(0:32:03) The Emperors — My Baby Likes to Boogaloo
(0:35:02) The Animals — Boom Boom
(0:38:19) Both of Your DJs Speak
(0:42:02) The Vogues — Now That the Winter Is Coming On (Coca-Cola commercial)
(0:43:37) Sylvie Simmons — Rhythm of the Rain
(0:46:08) Sharon Van Etten — cws
(0:49:02) Mike Nichols and Elaine May — Mysterioso
(0:53:39) Donna Summer — Brooklyn
(0:58:13) Your DJs Speak
(1:01:43) Roy Orbison — Stayed Out Too Late (Coca-Cola commercial)
(1:03:12) Nellie McKay — Mrs. Brown You’ve Got a Lovely Daughter
(1:05:21) The Buckinghams — Makin’ Up and Breakin’ Up
(1:07:56) The Cyrkle — Turn Down Day
(1:10:28) Let’s Wrestle — I Won’t Lie to You
(1:13:08) Warren Brown and Adam Goddard — Big Block Singsong: Robot
(1:15:08) Laura Cantrell — When the Roses Bloom
(1:19:13) Dierks Bentley with The All Star Band, Jessi Alexander, Jon Randall — Rockin’ Chair
(1:22:50) Your DJs Conclude
(1:31:03) Gary Portnoy — Where Everybody Knows Your Name (Theme from Cheers)