Episode #207: If We Took the Bones Out It Wouldn’t Be Crunchy

It’s our job to protect the general public, and in that spirit we bring you a New Year’s Eve program which hardly even mentions the New Year, though in it you will hear us wishing you all a happy one, and that has to count for something. We think you’ll like the chat and the folk and pop and indie and commercials, the French music and the country music and the hip-hop, and a really scary introduction. We mean well and we think we also do well. The proof is within your grasp. Download and listen, and then on to 2017, the year we’ve been waiting for all our lives.

(0:00:00) Albert Brooks, Dan Aykroyd — “Do You Want to See Something Really Scary?” (Intro to Twilight Zone: The Movie (1983))
(0:07:35) Your DJs Correct
(0:14:14) Pentangle — Sweet Child
(0:19:28) Livingston Taylor — Six Days on the Road
(0:22:03) The Stone Poneys with Linda Ronstadt — Wings
(0:24:58) Sarah Siskind — I Am Listening
(0:28:01) Your DJs Speak
(0:31:45) The Music Factory — Commercial: The Lotus Palace (album)
(0:32:45) Lord Sitar (Big Jim Sullivan) — Black Is Black
(0:35:32) Kalyani and Anandji Shah — The Good, the Bad, and the Chutney
(0:39:53) Perry Como — Don’t Let the Stars Get in Your Eyes
(0:42:32) Doris Day — It’s You or No One
(0:45:47) Your DJs Talk
(0:50:26) Monty Python (John Cleese, Terry Jones, Graham Chapman) — Crunchy Frog
(0:53:54) Johnny Hallyday — L’idole des jeunes
(0:56:22) Petula Clark — Calcutta
(0:59:01) Lana Del Rey — Blue Jeans
(1:02:31) Your DJs Speak
(1:07:39) Petra Haden — Watermark
(1:10:02) Hop Along — Waitress
(1:13:36) The Music Factory — Commercial: Nico: Chelsea Girl (album)
(1:14:36) Nico — These Days
(1:18:08) Yo La Tengo — My Little Corner of the World
(1:20:30) John Prine with Iris Dement — Who’s Gonna Take the Garbage Out?
(1:23:10) OutKast — Elevators (Me and You)
(1:27:34) Your DJs Conclude
(1:34:55) Petula Clark — A Sign of the Times