Episode #284: All the Time, for No Good Reason

July is busting out all over. How about that scorcher the other day? Bet you weren’t expecting that, were you? Hot enough for you yet? We’re a bit tired of it but we greatly prefer it to the punishing, soul-destroying cold which is the alternative. But enough about the weather. Please join us this week on our musical and chattical journey in which we use our voices too much. It’s not healthy, man. But it’s our job.

(0:00:00) Peter Schickele — Introduction/Oedipus Tex - II. Aria with chorus: "Howdy There"
(0:06:45) Your DJs Talk Even Though One of Them Shouldn’t Really Be Talking
(0:15:17) Nick Drake — ‘Cello Song
(0:20:00) Josh Rouse — Come Back (Light Therapy)
(0:23:56) Dolly Parton — Walking on Sunshine
(0:27:08) Barbra Streisand and Kris Kristofferson — Lost Inside of You (from A Star Is Born (1976))
(0:30:01) Your DJs Discuss Silly Movies, 3D Movies, and Rabbits
(0:37:27) The Beau Brummels — Don't Talk to Strangers
(0:39:46) The Kinks — Waterloo Sunset
(0:43:13) Lenka — Trouble Is a Friend
(0:46:49) Drake — Nice for What
(0:50:14) Your DJs Discuss the Song of the Summer Again
(0:53:46) Orson Welles — The War of the Worlds (Part 9)
(1:00:39) Argent — Hold Your Head Up
(1:03:56) Melinda Simon and Mark Fay — Ice Cream Truck #5
(1:04:49) The Guy Who Sings Songs About Cities and Towns (Matt Farley) — Princeton Is a Fine Place for Smart People in New Jersey
(1:06:32) Harry Styles and Kacey Musgraves — You're Still the One (Shania Twain cover) (Live at Madison Square Garden)
(1:10:36) Your DJs Discuss Popular Culture
(1:13:16) Kate and Anna McGarrigle — Tryin' to Get to You
(1:15:54) The Newcomers — (Too Little in Common to Be Lovers) Too Much Going to Say Goodbye
(1:19:23) Jack Handey — Deep Thoughts: If Trees Could Scream
(1:19:49) Pérez Prado — Why Wait (Por que Esperar "Que Esperas")
(1:21:59) The Carters (Beyoncé and Jay-Z) — Black Effect
(1:27:13) Your DJs Retire for the Evening
(1:31:15) Unknown Singer (possibly Bill Lee) (composers: Havens Wray, Bart Corwin) — Theme to Bat Masterson