Episode #237: It’s the Right Thing to Do

We pick ourselves up, dust ourselves off, finish our dirty work, smile, wash our hands, and start all over again with a new episode. It’s like we never left. It’s like a bicycle. Cruise stories, pop tunes, jazz numbers, movie and TV music, electronica, covers, pianos, and everything you were expecting. Expect no more because it’s here! Please download and listen and start those counters ratcheting up. We thank you kindly.

(0:00:00) Royal Caribbean International — Wash Your Hands
(0:01:22) Your DJs Talk About Adventures on the High Seas
(0:10:43) Bo Diddley — Hey! Bo Diddley
(0:12:54) Dionne Warwick — Make the Night a Little Longer
(0:15:17) Gene Pitney — It Hurts to Be in Love
(0:17:49) Herman’s Hermits — There’s a Kind of Hush All Over the World
(0:20:22) Your DJs Can Relate to It
(0:24:44) The Music Factory — Commercial: The Beacon Street Union (album)
(0:25:35) Louis Prima — Beep! Beep!
(0:27:47) Sarah Vaughan — Black Coffee
(0:31:13) Mose Allison — Parchman Farm
(0:34:29) Charlie Parker — Don’t Blame Me
(0:37:14) Your DJs Discuss Those Jazz Numbers
(0:44:35) The Verbs — Till the End of the Day
(0:47:58) Ingrid Michaelson — Everybody
(0:51:25) Kate Bush — Rocket Man (I Think It’s Gonna Be a Long Long Time)
(0:56:23) Haim — Nothing’s Wrong
(0:59:31) Your DJs Agree that Nothing’s Wrong
(1:03:10) Richard Thompson — Gethsemane
(1:08:19) Joanna Wang — Dirty Work
(1:12:24) Kai Winding (Jean-Jacques Perrey, ondioline) — More
(1:14:24) Jay-Z feat. Gloria Carter — Smile
(1:19:15) William Bolcom — My One and Only
(1:20:02) Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers — Pick Yourself Up (from Swing Time (1936))
(1:24:45) Steve Beresford — Couleur Café
(1:27:51) Your DJs Provide a Smooth Bridge to the End
(1:34:06) William Hanna and Joseph Barbera — Opening and Closing Themes to Quick Draw McGraw