Episode #273: Tailored for the Feminine Hand

Empowerment for everyone! This week we face down The Man and his fat cigarettes and present a mixture of covers, 60s pop, show tunes, country, jazz, ragtime, and tobacco. It’s more of what we like. Perhaps you too. Downloads are starting now.

(0:00:00) Tex Williams and His Western Caravan — Smoke! Smoke! Smoke! (That Cigarette)
(0:02:56) Your DJs Begin a Fine Program
(0:05:20) Ethel Merman — You Can’t Get a Man with a Gun (from Annie Get Your Gun (Original Broadway Cast Recording) (1946))
(0:08:30) Amy Winehouse — Moody’s Mood for Love/Teo Licks
(0:11:59) The Feeling — Walk Like an Egyptian
(0:15:43) Darius Rucker — Wagon Wheel
(0:20:40) Your DJs Recap That Fine Set
(0:23:04) Virginia Slims Cigarettes — You’ve Come a Long Way, Baby (It Used to Be, Lady, You Had No Rights)
(0:24:05) The Shaggs — Gimme Dat Ding
(0:25:45) Bob Dylan — Rock Me Mama (Pat Garrett and Billy the Kid outtake, 1973)
(0:28:53) Sturgill Simpson — Turtles All the Way Down
(0:32:00) Fitz and The Tantrums — We Don’t Need Love Songs
(0:35:54) Your DJs Recap Another Fine Set
(0:37:48) Virginia Slims Cigarettes — You’ve Come a Long Way, Baby (Women Won Their Rights)
(0:38:47) The Hollies — Look Through Any Window
(0:41:01) Leroy Williams and Johnny Watson — Can’t Find No Substitute for Love
(0:44:03) Jet Set Sweden — Tico-Tico
(0:45:30) William Clark Green — She Likes The Beatles
(0:49:48) The Lumineers — Flowers in Your Hair
(0:51:36) Your DJs Look Back on Another Fine Set
(0:55:03) Joanna Newsom — Sprout and the Bean
(0:59:33) Lykke Li — Get Some
(1:02:55) Melinda Simon and Mark Fay — Ice Cream Truck #3
(1:04:10) The Free Design — Don’t Turn Away
(1:08:06) Ryan Adams — Tired of Giving Up
(1:11:46) Your DJs Tell You About That Fine Set
(1:13:53) Chihiro Yamanaka — Graceful Ghost Rag
(1:17:14) The Vaselines — Son of a Gun
(1:20:58) The Bobby Fuller Four — I Fought the Law
(1:23:15) Sza — Prom
(1:26:31) Your DJs Hope That You Enjoyed This Fine Program
(1:29:09) Nelson Riddle (composers: Frank Loesser, Lawrence Welk, Bob Calame) — Bubbles in the Wine (Theme to The Lawrence Welk Show)