Episode #226: It’s 2017. Do You Know Where Your Children Are?

We counted, and it seems that half the music on this week’s program was recorded or written in the 1960s. Nothing earlier than about 1965. Sometimes it just turns out that way. But all the rest of it is newer. We fully expect that you’ll like it all. We hope so, but remember that there are no refunds. Have at it. Download away.

(0:00:00) Donald Lautrec — Hey Friend, Say Friend (Expo 67 official theme song, English version)
(0:02:00) Your DJs Say Hello and Talk About Expo 67 and Other Things
(0:10:43) Donald Lautrec — Un jour, un jour (Expo 67 official theme song, French version)
(0:12:55) Hot Sauce — What Do You See in Her?
(0:15:38) Beth Sorrentino — Porpoise Song (live on WFMU, June 30, 2014)
(0:18:11) Martha Wainwright — Bloody Mother Fucking Asshole
(0:21:24) Your DJs Discuss the Right Way to Talk to Your Parents
(0:29:25) Joan Baez and Mimi Farina — Catch the Wind
(0:32:00) Harry Styles — Meet Me in the Hallway
(0:35:53) The Lovin’ Spoonful — Rain on the Roof
(0:38:04) Love — Robert Montgomery
(0:41:41) Your DJs Talk About Music and Other Stuff
(0:45:26) Tony Beckley — Alligator Monologue (from The Penthouse (1967))
(0:52:23) Paul McCartney and Wings — Warm and Beautiful
(0:55:35) Jackie DeShannon and The Byrds — Splendour in the Grass
(0:57:58) Angelo Badalamenti — Theme to Twin Peaks
(1:03:02) Your DJs Talk About TV and Movies and the Music They Just Played for You
(1:10:44) Old and in the Way — Wild Horses
(1:15:05) Patrick Park — Something Pretty
(1:18:17) Emmylou Harris — Where Could I Go but to the Lord
(1:21:49) Drake — Free Smoke
(1:25:28) Your DJs Wrap It Up
(1:31:35) Lalo Schifrin and His Orchestra — Theme to Mission: Impossible