Episode #285: Hold That Note and Change the Key

This week we say goodbye to the Martians (we thought they’d never leave), play too many versions of one song, fall back on cover tunes, throw in a little movie music, and lots more, all while enduring rain, thunder, and power failures. It’s like living in the 20th century again, when technology wasn’t as good but we were young and happy. We’re still happy (maybe not so young). Please try this one on for size.

(0:00:00) Cleanliness and Godliness Skiffle Band — Goofus
(0:02:36) Your DJs Are Back Again
(0:06:46) Wayne King — Goofus
(0:09:42) Les Paul — Goofus
(0:12:20) The Three Suns — I Cried for You/Something’s Gotta Give/Goofus/Coquette/Don’t Be That Way
(0:17:45) The Carpenters — Goofus
(0:20:56) Your DJs Tell You That Which You Already Know
(0:22:46) Florence + The Machine — Stand by Me
(0:26:47) Carly Rae Jepsen — Both Sides Now
(0:30:45) Shawn Colvin — Every Little Thing (He) Does Is Magic
(0:34:01) Alessia Cara — Hotline Bling (Originally by Drake)
(0:38:18) Your DJs with Their Recap
(0:41:41) Orson Welles — The War of the Worlds (Part 10)
(0:48:03) Alan Jackson, Eric Church, Faith Hill, George Strait, Jason Aldean, Kenny Chesney, Martina McBride, Miranda Lambert, Ray Benson, Sheryl Crow, Vince Gill — All My Ex's Live in Texas
(0:51:29) Mike Nichols and Elaine May — Dolphins
(0:53:05) Penguin Café Orchestra — Giles Farnaby's Dream
(0:55:23) Chris Garneau — Black and Blue
(1:00:54) Your DJs and You, Together Again
(1:03:34) John Prine — Living in the Future
(1:06:59) Jack Costanzo — The Inch Worm
(1:10:00) Jack Handey — The Most Dangerous Animal in the World
(1:10:32) Raymond Scott — Tempo Block
(1:13:45) The Carters (Beyoncé and Jay-Z) — Boss
(1:17:49) Your DJs Have Time for One More Set
(1:19:47) Sonny and Cher — Love Is Strange
(1:22:32) The Stylistics — The Little Drummer Boy
(1:26:43) Melinda Simon and Mark Fay — Skinny Winged White Horse
(1:27:48) Soupy Sales — Santa Claus Is Surfin' to Town
(1:29:22) D’Angelo and The Vanguard — The Charade
(1:32:44) Your DJs Have Gone on Long Enough
(1:35:01) Henry Mancini — Charade (from Charade (1963))