Episode #305: Broiled, Not Fried

You’ll enjoy the fresh charcoal flavor of this week’s BIRTHDAY EPISODE in which birthdays are mentioned at least once. Christmas music starts to creep in as well, plus the usual covers and instrumentals and things you’ve never heard before (nor have we). Even though we say it ourselves, it really is a fine program. We invite you to download and agree.

(0:00:00) Dennis Day — Happy Birthday to You/The Unbirthday Song
(0:06:59) Your DJs Arrive!
(0:10:33) Altius Quartet (William Bolcom, composer) — 3 Rags for String Quartet: No. 1, Graceful Ghost
(0:14:15) Lou Rawls — Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas
(0:17:56) Cass Elliot — Hardee's Radio Jingle #1
(0:18:59) José Feliciano — Walk Right In
(0:21:45) Ray Charles with James Taylor — Sweet Potato Pie
(0:25:30) Your DJs Speak
(0:28:00) Mike Nichols and Elaine May — Professor Cole and Doctor Wasserman
(0:34:15) The Lumineers — Big Parade
(0:39:35) Cass Elliot — Hardee's Radio Jingle #2
(0:40:38) The Handsome Family — My Sister's Tiny Hands
(0:44:05) José González — Heartbeats
(0:46:44) Your DJs Have Something to Say
(0:49:07) Dori Freeman — I Want to See the Bright Lights Tonight
(0:52:19) Darlingside — In the Morning
(0:56:15) Cass Elliot — Hardee's Radio Jingle #3
(0:56:44) John Denver — When Will I Be Loved?
(0:58:32) Natalie Merchant — Kind and Generous
(1:02:35) Your DJs Again
(1:05:19) The Baja Marimba Band — Comin' in the Back Door
(1:07:35) Freddie Scott — (You) Got What I Need
(1:10:40) The Deller Consort — Here We Come a-Wassailing
(1:13:15) James Farrelli — In the Air Tonight
(1:17:59) Your DJs Are Doing the Job
(1:20:19) Walter Kolomoku — Medley of Old-Time Waltzes
(1:23:34) The Barr Brothers — Little Lover
(1:28:22) Jack Handey — Deep Thoughts: I Wish a Robot Would Get Elected President
(1:28:48) Early Music New York — Soldier's Joy
(1:30:06) Barbra Streisand — Come to the Supermarket in Old Peking
(1:32:02) Your DJs Prepare to Leave
(1:35:09) John Aylesworth, Frank Peppiatt — Theme to Hullabaloo