Episode #250: So Long New York, Howdy East Orange

We mark 250 episodes, a number renowned by the ancients, by featuring a representative mixture of artists, genres, songs, tunes, instrumentals, covers, genres, eras, and foreign languages that we like and that some of you claim to like also. There’s something for everyone over the age of 40. That’s probably the lower end of our age demographic. (If only there were some way to know!) Please humor us and download this while it’s still here. Charmed, we’re sure.

(0:00:00) Bob Dylan — Talkin’ New York
(0:03:17) Your DJs Reach a Millstone, We Mean Milestone
(0:06:56) Elizabeth Howell, Karen Shepard, Muriel O'Malley, Patricia Neway — Maria (from The Sound of Music (Original Broadway Cast) (1959))
(0:10:16) Yvonne Elliman — I Don’t Know How to Love Him (from Jesus Christ Superstar (1970 concept album))
(0:13:49) Anthony Newley — Who Can I Turn To (When Nobody Needs Me) (from The Roar of the Greasepaint, the Smell of the Crowd (Original Broadway Cast) (1965))
(0:17:39) Original Cast of Star Light Express — Light at the End of the Tunnel (from Star Light Express (Original London Cast) (1984))
(0:22:13) Your DJs Speak
(0:26:03) Camille Berthollet, Julie Berthollet — Tico-Tico no fubá
(0:27:56) Madeleine Peyroux — You’re Gonna Make Me Lonesome When You Go
(0:31:45) Ebba Forsberg — Halleluja (Hallelujah)
(0:37:35) Snoop Doggy Dogg feat. Nate Dogg, Warren G, Nanci Fletcher, Kurupt — Ain’t No Fun (If the Homies Can’t Have None)
(0:41:44) Your DJs Explain
(0:44:49) Bob Dylan — Wigwam
(0:47:56) Grateful Dead — Candyman
(0:54:07) Mike Nichols and Elaine May — Sonata for Piano and Celeste
(0:59:43) Sharon, Lois and Bram — The Smile on the Crocodile
(1:00:40) Your DJs Interrupt but Only Briefly
(1:02:21) Ben Folds Five — Video Killed the Radio Star
(1:06:02) Taco — Puttin’ on the Ritz
(1:10:56) Jack Hylton and His Orchestra — Button Up Your Overcoat
(1:14:12) Beastie Boys — Sabotage
(1:17:11) Kate and Anna McGarrigle — Rainbow Ride
(1:21:44) Joni Mitchell — A Strange Boy
(1:26:01) Your DJs Speak, Contemplate, and Leave
(1:32:28) Johnny Cash (composers: Richard Markowitz, Andrew J. Fenady) — The Ballad of Johnny Yuma (Theme to The Rebel)