Episode #210: Dust Off the Mat So the Welcome Can Be Seen

We have music that your parents liked, maybe even your grandparents, and your DJs like it too. Also stuff your parents might never have heard, plus covers and poems and show tunes and movie music and folk and pop and more. It’s a most unusual day. Wait, it’s not, it’s just like every other day, except this is the day our program comes out. Yes, we think highly of our program in our little corner of the world. Please listen.

(0:00:00) The Mouseketeers — Tuesday Is Guest Star Day (from The Mickey Mouse Club, 1956)
(0:01:59) Your DJs Say Hello
(0:11:14) Carrie Fisher — Sonnet 29 by Wm. Shakespeare (“When in disgrace with fortune and men’s eyes…”)
(0:12:16) New Riders of the Purple Sage — I Don’t Know You
(0:14:45) Anita Bryant — My Little Corner of the World
(0:17:19) Rosemary Clooney — It’s a Most Unusual Day
(0:19:16) Louis Prima and Keely Smith — (Nothing’s Too Good) For My Baby
(0:21:52) Your DJs Recap
(0:27:24) Link Wray and His Ray Men — Rumble
(0:29:49) Best Coast — Sleep Won’t Ever Come
(0:33:47) The Music Factory — Commercial: The Cowsills (album)
(0:34:46) The Cowsills — We Can Fly
(0:36:59) The Raspberries — Go All the Way
(0:40:19) Your DJs Speak
(0:44:06) Bob and Ray — CBS Intro/Audience Member Arrives Late/Questions and Answers About Show Business
(0:48:58) Maggie Rogers — Alaska
(0:52:23) Brak with The Chieftains — I’ll Tell Me Ma
(0:54:28) Run the Jewels feat. Gangsta Boo — Love Again (Akinyele Back)
(0:57:20) Your DJs Excuse
(0:59:45) Vince Guaraldi — You’re in Love, Charlie Brown (1968 album version)
(1:02:51) Doves — Pounding
(1:07:34) The Music Factory — Commercial: Far from the Madding Crowd (soundtrack album)
(1:08:34) Blossom Dearie — The Party’s Over
(1:12:55) The Barr Brothers — Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas
(1:16:06) Your DJs Speak Again
(1:18:52) Mary McCaslin — Ghost Riders in the Sky
(1:22:52) Solomon Burke — Baby Come on Home
(1:26:09) The Searchers — Don’t Throw Your Love Away
(1:28:24) McFly — I Kissed a Girl (Originally by Katy Perry)
(1:31:36) Your DJs Speak One Last Time
(1:36:19) Justin Hurwitz — Mia and Sebastian’s Theme (from La La Land (2016))