Episode #201: Father, Daughter, Music, Chat, Infinity

If you thought we were done after 200 episodes, think again. We kept on going and you’ll have to put up with us for a while longer. This week we have another rarity from Kate and Anna, alternates, covers, an answer song pair, two songs with the word “U” in the title, a therapy session, and lots more. Every decade from the 1930s through to present day (except one) is represented here. Such variety you will not find with Sixties on Six, so please stick with us instead. We have always depended on the kindness of strangers.

(0:00:00) Kate and Anna McGarrigle, Joel Zifkin, Michel Pépin — Le banjo rustique
(0:03:06) Your DJs Return to Speak to You
(0:11:00) The Primitives — Way Behind You (acoustic version)
(0:14:03) The Eames Era — Could Be Anything
(0:17:48) The Shins — Simple Song (acoustic)
(0:21:47) Kelly Clarkson — Since U Been Gone
(0:25:00) Your DJs Recap
(0:27:36) Roger McGuinn — If I Needed Someone
(0:30:55) Pavement — Cream of Gold
(0:34:56) The Monkees — Our Own World
(0:37:41) Kid Cudi — Solo Dolo (Nightmare)
(0:42:07) Your DJs Talk
(0:45:42) Del Close and John Brent — Psychological Testing (from “The Do-It-Yourself Psychoanalysis Kit”)
(0:51:09) The Ink Spots — Your Feet’s Too Big
(0:53:57) Django Reinhardt — I Can’t Give You Anything but Love
(0:57:17) Jasmine Thompson — Send My Love (To Your New Lover)
(1:00:03) Your DJs Talk More
(1:06:02) Larkin Poe and Thom Hell — Wait for Me
(1:09:44) Bruce Springsteen — The Big Payback
(1:11:57) Warren Brown and Adam Goddard — Big Block Singsong: Princess
(1:13:56) Rixton — Where Are Ü Now (Originally by Skrillex and Diplo with Justin Bieber)
(1:17:21) Pow Wow — Chain Gang
(1:20:19) Theola Kilgore — (Chain Gang) The Sound of My Man
(1:22:45) Your DJs Finish the Program
(1:29:31) David Raksin — Theme to Ben Casey