Episode #280: Things That Fly and Other Things That Don’t

There’s no weather to complain about this week so instead we bring you music, chat, 80-year-old news reports, and other blasts from the recent and distant past. If you download it we’re sure you’ll find something useful or fun or at least time-consuming. Almost sure.

(0:00:00) John Williams feat. Margot Kidder — The Flying Sequence/Can You Read My Mind? (from Superman: The Movie (1978))
(0:08:06) Your DJs Arrive with Their Opinions
(0:11:54) Rebecca Pidgeon — Spanish Harlem
(0:15:33) Taylor Swift — Sparks Fly
(0:19:54) Tyler Bates — You Can't Stop This Motherfucker (Choir-Only Mix) (from Deadpool 2 (2018))
(0:20:53) The Fugs — Wide Wide River
(0:23:29) Lana Del Rey — Summertime Sadness
(0:28:04) Your DJs Tell You About That
(0:31:08) Orson Welles — The War of the Worlds (Part 5)
(0:37:54) Rascal Flatts — Life Is a Highway
(0:42:28) Jack Handey — Deep Thoughts: Yodeling
(0:42:56) Mary Schneider — Yodelling Comedians
(0:45:37) Harry Belafonte — Island in the Sun
(0:49:00) Your DJs Discuss the Recent Past and the Immediate Future
(0:52:47) Jo Stafford — Old Joe Clark
(0:54:26) Jerry Rivers and The Drifting Cowboys — Old Joe Clark
(0:55:41) Speedy West and Jimmy Bryant — Old Joe Clark
(0:58:01) Jimmie Rodgers — Old Joe Clark
(0:59:45) Charlie Haden feat. Jack Black — Old Joe Clark
(1:03:50) Your DJs Explain Why You Liked That
(1:08:07) Robert Johnson — Come on in My Kitchen
(1:10:59) Django Reinhardt et le Quintette du Hot Club de France avec Stéphane Grappelli feat. Bert Marshall — I Saw Stars
(1:13:45) Jack Handey — Deep Thoughts: Boxing
(1:14:10) Les Paul and His Trio — Blue Skies
(1:16:45) Wes Montgomery and Wynton Kelly Trio — Misty
(1:23:41) The Passionate & Objective Jokerfan (Matt Farley) — Response to a Recent Essay by Van Dyke Parks
(1:24:58) Salt-n-Pepa — Shoop
(1:29:05) Sza — Garden (Say It Like Dat)
(1:32:34) Your DJs Are Ready to Leave
(1:36:50) Charmian Carr, Angela Cartwright, Duane Chase, Nicholas Hammond, Kym Karath, Heather Menzies, Debbie Turner — So Long, Farewell (from The Sound of Music (1965))