Episode #249: Sitting on the Front Steps Drinking Orange Crush

November comes in like a podcast and will probably go out that way too. Most of this stuff is old (like most of us) but one or two are new (like one or two of us). See our thought processes and our research at work, preserved in the ether for years to come. But only if you download this program. You’ve found, now grab it. No more rehearsing and nursing a part. We know every part by heart.

(0:00:00) Charles Trenet — Boum
(0:02:32) Your DJs Salute You
(0:09:30) John Prine — The Sins of Memphisto
(0:13:42) Kenny Rogers — The Gambler
(0:17:11) Dalida — Nel 2023 (In the Year 2525)
(0:20:25) Haim — Walking Away
(0:24:20) Your DJs Recap
(0:29:15) Art Tatum — Promotional Interview with Paul Weston/Nice Work If You Can Get It
(0:34:02) Charlie Parker — April in Paris (Charlie Parker with Strings version)
(0:37:34) Andy Williams — It's the Most Wonderful Time of the Year
(0:40:04) Sammy Davis Jr. — The Candy Man
(0:43:12) Your DJs Speak of Music
(0:47:07) Bob and Ray — Bob and Ray’s Conversation Program
(0:51:36) Fats Domino — Careless Love
(0:53:50) Mississippi John Hurt — Candy Man
(0:56:43) Honey Cone — Want Ads
(0:59:29) Your DJs Interpolate
(1:03:21) Pat Boone — Speedy Gonzales
(1:05:52) Perry Como — Tomboy
(1:08:18) Rudi Ekstein (Pickin' on Led Zeppelin) — Ramble On
(1:11:49) OutKast feat. Konkrete, Big Gipp, Ludacris — Tomb of the Boom
(1:16:34) Your DJs Prepare for a Final Short Set
(1:19:53) Abba — Take a Chance on Me
(1:24:00) Glenn Miller — Little Brown Jug
(1:26:48) Your DJs Bid Adieu (to Yieu and Yieu and Yieu)
(1:30:20) Mel Blanc (composers: Mack David, Jerry Livingston) — The Bugs Bunny Overture (This Is It) (Theme to The Bugs Bunny Show)