Episode #215: In a Year or Two or Three, Maybe We Will Be Too Old

Our fifth annual “movie music” program brings “February Theme Month” to an end. Hear music from old movies, new movies, and in-between movies, most of which we’ve actually seen and some of which we actually liked. But we like all the music even if we didn’t like all the movies. So please download and listen, and then your weekend (and ours) will be complete.

(0:00:00) Elmer Bernstein — Main Title Theme to The Magnificent Seven (1960)
(0:01:59) Your DJs Explain the Theme
(0:09:02) Dickie Jones — I've Got No Strings (from Pinocchio (1940))
(0:11:23) Gonzo — I’m Going to Go Back There Someday (from The Muppet Movie (1979))
(0:14:15) Julie Andrews, Orchestra — My Favorite Things/Salzburg Montage (from The Sound of Music (1965))
(0:18:39) The City of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra (John Williams, composer) — The Chamber of Secrets (from Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (2002))
(0:22:50) Your DJs Recap
(0:26:16) Dick Powell, Chorus — Young and Healthy (from 42nd Street (1933))
(0:30:18) Elvis Presley — Jailhouse Rock (from Jailhouse Rock (1957))
(0:32:42) The Beatles (yeah, right) — I Should Have Known Better (instrumental) (from A Hard Day’s Night (1964))
(0:34:50) Mark Mothersbaugh — Sparkplug Minuet (from The Royal Tenenbaums (2001))
(0:38:09) Your DJs Speak
(0:44:16) Shirley Jones — Promo for the soundtrack to The Music Man/Being in Love (from The Music Man (1962))
(0:49:58) Maxwell Caulfield, Michelle Pfeiffer — (Love Will) Turn Back the Hands of Time (from Grease 2 (1982))
(0:53:36) Kathryn Grayson — I Hate Men (from Kiss Me Kate (1953))
(0:57:30) Carly Simon — Let the River Run (from Working Girl (1988))
(1:01:10) Your DJs Speak Again
(1:07:44) Cat Stevens — If You Want to Sing Out, Sing Out (from Harold and Maude (1971))
(1:10:28) Diana Ross and Lionel Richie — Endless Love (from Endless Love (1981))
(1:15:34) Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers — I Won't Dance (from Roberta (1935))
(1:20:59) Eminem — Lose Yourself (from 8 Mile (2002))
(1:26:18) Nelson Riddle — Lolita Ya Ya (from Lolita (1962))
(1:29:42) Isaac Hayes — Early Sunday Morning (from Shaft (1971))
(1:33:28) Your DJs Wrap Up
(1:37:59) Sam Smith — Writing's on the Wall (from Spectre (2015))