Episode #276: Like a Jet of Blue Flame Shot from a Gun

This week we repudiate the Taylor-haters and prepare you for the coming Martian invasion. We also play some nice rocky and poppy things, some nice folky things, and too many versions of one song or another. Plus “more”. Old, new, it’s all the same to us. We hope you feel the same.

(0:00:00) Taylor Swift — September
(0:03:05) Your DJs Disagree with the Internet
(0:07:41) Kirsty MacColl with Billy Bragg — Darling, Let’s Have Another Baby
(0:11:06) Robyn — Dancing on My Own
(0:15:43) The Primitives — Crash (1985 demo)
(0:18:01) Solange — Cranes in the Sky
(0:22:13) Your DJs Recap and Precap
(0:25:25) The Rolling Stones — I’d Much Rather Be with the Boys
(0:27:36) The Toggery Five — I’d Much Rather Be with the Boys
(0:30:06) Donna Lynn — I’d Much Rather Be with the Girls
(0:32:24) Ronnie Spector — I’d Much Rather Be with the Girls
(0:35:11) Your DJs Recap What they Precapped
(0:37:49) Weird Al Yankovic — My Own Eyes
(0:41:30) Oasis — Wonderwall
(0:46:36) The Hollies — Regardez par des fenêtres (Look Through Any Window)
(0:48:51) Nice and Smooth — Step by Step
(0:52:10) Your DJs Discuss
(0:54:39) Orson Welles — The War of the Worlds (Part 1)
(1:00:44) Marvin Gaye — Ain’t That Peculiar
(1:03:44) The Guy Who Sings Songs About Cities and Towns (Matt Farley) — Yeah! Edison, NJ! Oh Yeah!
(1:05:10) Davey Graham — Angi
(1:07:34) Kendrick Lamar — GOD.
(1:11:43) Your DJs Discuss Some More
(1:13:44) Kyle Riabko — Oh, What a Beautiful Mornin’
(1:17:52) Dixie Chicks — Wide Open Spaces
(1:21:35) Melinda Simon and Mark Fay — Flying Red Elephant
(1:22:53) Carolina Chocolate Drops — Briggs' Corn Shucking Jig
(1:25:47) Jackson Browne — These Days
(1:30:25) Your DJs Wrap This Up
(1:34:58) Les Elgart and His Orchestra — Bandstand Boogie (Theme to American Bandstand)