Episode #297: Perhaps It Comes from Next Door

Here’s another piece of our ongoing experiment in which we make things up as we go along. We won’t yet call it a never-ending series but it’s still going strong after all these years. If we ever get tired of it then we’ll find someone else to take it over. So don’t worry! For now, just download this one and hear music and chat from all over the place.

(0:00:00) Loreena McKennitt — Brian Boru's March
(0:03:47) Your DJs Are Back
(0:11:31) Anthony Parenti's Famous Melody Boys — That's a Plenty
(0:13:56) Bing Crosby — That's a Plenty
(0:15:53) Tennessee Tech University Brass Quintet — That's a Plenty
(0:17:54) Jethro Burns — That's a Plenty
(0:20:22) Your DJs Explain Your Rights and Responsibilities
(0:25:27) Gigi Parker and The Lonelies — Beatles, Please Come Back
(0:27:47) Dolly Parton — Hard Candy Christmas (from The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas (1982))
(0:31:23) Harry Nilsson — Jesus Christ You're Tall (1975 piano demo)
(0:32:49) Florence + The Machine — Tiny Dancer
(0:38:48) Tony! Toni! Toné! — It Never Rains (In Southern California)
(0:43:43) Your DJs Again
(0:47:17) Monty Python — The Death of Mary, Queen of Scots (extended)
(0:52:22) The Jam — Town Called Malice
(0:55:25) Eric Weissberg and Steve Mandell — Dueling Banjos (from Deliverance (1972))
(0:57:42) Ernie Hawks and The Soul Investigators — Journey to the Bottom
(1:02:07) Your DJs Once More
(1:05:00) Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers — Don't Come Around Here No More
(1:10:02) Sufjan Stevens — The Only Thing
(1:14:42) Jack Handey — Deep Thoughts: He Was a Cowboy, Mister
(1:15:22) Richard and Linda Thompson — Why Don't You Love Me
(1:17:51) Janelle Monáe feat. Grimes — Pynk
(1:21:51) Your DJs Finish Early for Once
(1:25:21) Charles Gounod — Theme to Alfred Hitchcock Presents (Funeral March of a Marionette)