Episode #221: It Is the Morning After the Evening of the Day After the Evening Before

This week, our usual mixture of music and chat: heavy on show tunes, light on medieval chant, with frank discussion of the bees in our bonnets, foreign languages, too many versions of one song, outtakes, light classical, music from our respective childhoods, and no mention of chocolate. Your weekend starts here! Or ends here. You could do much worse. This is actually not half-bad at all. Please download and listen.

(0:00:00) Jenny Lin (Léonard Gautier, composer) — Le Secret
(0:03:06) Your DJs Are Here to Do Their Jobs
(0:06:21) George Harrison — I Dig Love
(0:11:17) Joan Baez — Lily, Rosemary and the Jack of Hearts (live)
(0:20:06) Fleetwood Mac — I Don’t Wanna Know (early take)
(0:23:44) Rihanna — Desperado
(0:26:49) Your DJs Recap
(0:30:30) Meredith and Rini Willson — Marian the Librarian
(0:33:30) Barbra Streisand — Don’t Rain on My Parade (from the motion picture Funny Girl (1968))
(0:36:31) Gwen Verdon — Whatever Lola Wants (from Damn Yankees (Original Broadway Cast Recording) (1955))
(0:39:43) Petula Clark — Hello Dolly (French version)
(0:41:59) Your DJs Discuss the Past and Describe the Future
(0:47:21) The Andrew Oldham Orchestra — As Tears Go By
(0:49:57) Kameleoni — Con Le Mie Lacrime (As Tears Go By)
(0:53:05) Naturally 7 — As Tears Go By
(0:56:08) Vanessa Paradis — As Tears Go By (live)
(1:00:06) Your DJs Speak
(1:03:48) Al Kooper and Stephen Stills — It Takes a Lot to Laugh, It Takes a Train to Cry
(1:07:18) Allman Brothers Band — Ain’t Wastin’ Time No More
(1:10:56) Brian McConnachie — Quick Canada Quiz (Part 1)
(1:11:11) Raymond Scott — Commercial for Hostess Twinkies
(1:11:42) Brian McConnachie — Quick Canada Quiz (Part 2)
(1:11:50) Ituana — You Can’t Always Get What You Want
(1:16:01) Kendrick Lamar — DNA.
(1:19:07) Esquivel — Mini Skirt
(1:21:37) The Bird and The Bee — My Love
(1:25:21) Bert Kaempfert — Tootie Flutie
(1:27:30) Duran Duran — The Reflex (album version)
(1:32:57) Your DJs Wrap Up at Length
(1:43:31) Donald Himes — Theme to Mr. Dressup