Episode #295: And No Harm Done

September continues with a few songs from the 1980s plus at least one song actually named “September” (consider the odds!). You’ll hear covers and originals, country and rock, amusement parks, rags and gags, and a few more bits and bobs. But only if you choose to listen. Otherwise there is no warranty.

(0:00:00) The Greenbriar Boys — Different Drum
(0:03:01) Your DJs Continue Their September Rabble-Rousing
(0:07:03) Kate Bush — Cloudbusting
(0:12:10) Justin Timberlake and Anna Kendrick with Earth, Wind and Fire — September
(0:16:03) Melinda Simon and Mark Fay — Fairyland Music #7
(0:17:46) Juliana Hatfield — Magic
(0:22:13) Led Zeppelin — Immigrant Song
(0:24:27) Your DJs Know the Score
(0:27:08) Bob and Ray — Giraffe Collector's Club
(0:34:07) The West Coast Pop Art Experimental Band — I Won't Hurt You (1967 version)
(0:36:27) Music Together — John the Rabbit
(0:38:44) Gene Pitney — Twenty-Four Hours from Tulsa
(0:41:42) Your DJs Enjoyed That Almost As You Did
(0:46:16) Stevie Nicks — Edge of Seventeen
(0:51:45) Madonna — Holiday
(0:58:10) Cyndi Lauper — Time After Time
(1:02:09) Irene Cara — Flashdance...What a Feeling (from Flashdance (1983))
(1:06:01) Your DJs Explain that Flashback
(1:08:38) Spencer Myer (William Bloom, composer) — The Garden of Eden, rags for piano: III. The Serpent's Kiss
(1:14:34) Stevie Wonder — Someday at Christmas
(1:17:23) Jack Handey — Deep Thoughts: Sometimes When I Feel Like Killing Someone...
(1:18:05) Michael Hedges — All Along the Watchtower
(1:21:04) Kacey Musgraves — High Horse
(1:24:35) The Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain — The Magnificent Seven
(1:25:54) Les Surfs — Je te pardonne (Baby I Love You)
(1:28:27) Kendrick Lamar feat. Zacari — LOVE.
(1:32:02) Your DJs Have Done a Nice Job
(1:37:34) Pat Williams — Theme to The Streets of San Francisco