Episode #217: Our Personal Point of View

This week we feature music from the 1960s and other decades too, but mostly from the 1960s because that’s when we grew up, honest. There’s more of Meredith Willson reading The Music Man to us, and some movie music, and some old soul and new pop and even bagpipes, plus a lot more. And we have a visit from longtime show hanger-on Wes. It’s our St. Patrick’s Day episode! But we completely forgot that was coming up (because we don’t really care), so no Irish music for you this week, but you can get that any time. We violate the rules of seasonal music. So, please to download and listen.

(0:00:00) Norman Long — We Can’t Let You Broadcast That
(0:02:28) Your DJs Are Here
(0:05:11) The Roches — My Sick Mind
(0:09:16) Jens Lekman — If I Could Cry (It Would Feel Like This)
(0:12:36) William Bolcom — Swanee
(0:13:15) Toni Brown — Good for You, Too
(0:16:38) Nelly Furtado — I’m Like a Bird (acoustic version)
(0:20:33) Your DJs Recap
(0:25:25) Meredith and Rini Willson — Piano Lesson
(0:27:02) Aaron Neville — I’m Waiting at the Station
(0:29:37) P. P. Arnold — The First Cut Is the Deepest
(0:32:50) The Beach Boys — My Only Sunshine (The Old Master Painter/You Are My Sunshine)
(0:34:46) Your DJs Speak
(0:37:16) Harry Nilsson feat. Carol Channing — Skidoo/Goodnight Mr. Banks (from Skidoo (1968))
(0:41:25) Syl Johnson — I’ll Take Those Skinny Legs
(0:43:22) The Goodees — Double Shot (Of My Baby’s Love)
(0:46:18) Bruce Springsteen — My Love Will Not Let You Down (live)
(0:51:59) Your DJs Talk
(0:57:11) Helen Gurley Brown — How to Love a Man If You Aren’t Pretty
(1:03:22) Jimmy Soul — If You Wanna Be Happy
(1:05:53) The Five Blobs — The Blob (from The Blob (1958))
(1:08:29) The Rascals — People Got to Be Free
(1:11:30) Your DJs Are Still Here
(1:13:23) Rufus Harley — Windy
(1:17:33) DMX — Where the Hood At
(1:22:19) The Dyna-Sores — Alley Oop
(1:24:49) Albert King — I’ll Play the Blues for You (Part 1)
(1:28:30) Your DJs Speak to Wes, to Each Other, and to You
(1:38:16) The Beau Hunks — Good Old Days (Theme to The Little Rascals)