Episode #293: One Pan, No Boiling, Cooking Ease

More September excellence this week including a tribute set, a little jazz, a little bossy nova, some British guys, covers, rags, the definitions of words, French pop, movie music, and whatever strikes your fancy. Actually it’s whatever happened to strike ours. It’s your program but it’s really ours. It’s yours, really it is. But it’s more ours.

(0:00:00) Vienna Boys' Choir — The Keeper Would A-Hunting Go (English folk song)
(0:01:58) Your DJs Arrive with Some More Septembering
(0:07:57) Spencer Myer (composer: William Bolcom) — The Garden of Eden, rags for piano: II. The Eternal Feminine
(0:13:10) Nina Simone — Stars (Live at Montreux)
(0:19:48) Eric Idle and Charlie Dore — Harry
(0:22:05) Lee Hazlewood — Forget Marie
(0:24:05) Your DJs Speak to You
(0:27:32) Mike Nichols and Elaine May — On the Train (Part 2)
(0:32:31) Led Zeppelin — What Is and What Should Never Be
(0:36:51) Melinda Simon and Mark Fay — Speeding Boat
(0:38:08) Cat Power — (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction
(0:41:10) Katherine Ho — Yellow
(0:45:16) Your DJs Describe the Last Set and Prepare You for a Tribute Set
(0:48:19) Aretha Franklin — Ain't No Way
(0:52:31) Aretha Franklin — I Say a Little Prayer
(0:56:00) Aretha Franklin — How to Murder Your Wife
(0:58:54) Aretha Franklin — Jumpin' Jack Flash
(1:03:57) Your DJs Recap It All for You
(1:05:42) Rice-A-Roni — The San Francisco Treat
(1:06:20) The Mellbays — Satiated
(1:09:29) Ernie Hawks and The Soul Investigators — The Scorpio Walk
(1:14:23) Jack Handey — Deep Thoughts: The Age of the Vikings
(1:14:54) Hugh Masekela — Grazing in the Grass
(1:17:31) Joseph Arthur — Honey and the Moon
(1:22:12) Walter Wanderley — Crickets Sing for Ana Maria
(1:26:34) Brigitte Bardot — Ça pourrait changer
(1:28:14) Your DJs Are Done but You Can Stay a Little Longer
(1:32:35) David Raksin — Theme from Laura (1944)