Episode #316: There’s No Need to Fear

Your co-hosts are here. This week we play music and other stuff by people most of whom are living (we checked, at least 50% are still with us). Hear marches and pop, klezmer and salsa, guitar and calypso and hip-hop and more. Then listen again if you really like it. But download first.

(0:00:00) University of Notre Dame Marching Band — Fanfare and Notre Dame Victory March
(0:02:00) Your DJs March In
(0:07:07) Eric Andersen — I Was the Rebel, She Was the Cause
(0:09:43) The Avett Brothers — The Once and Future Carpenter
(0:14:34) Bobby Vinton — Stand by Your Man
(0:17:11) The White Stripes — Death Letter
(0:21:40) Your DJs React
(0:24:21) Phil Spitalny's Orchestra — Notre Dame Victory March
(0:25:35) Bee Gees — Kitty Can
(0:28:13) Willie Nelson — Just Dropped In (To See What Condition My Condition Was In)
(0:32:07) Sagittarius — I'm Not Living Here
(0:34:33) Paul Revere and The Raiders — Hungry
(0:37:29) Your DJs Respect the Material
(0:40:50) Red Book Magazine Orchestra — Notre Dame Victory March (Ad for Red Book Magazine)
(0:42:28) Mike Nichols and Elaine May — Osbert Calls Edith
(0:44:28) Kelly Hogan — Right or Wrong
(0:48:16) Joe Harnell — Fly Me to the Moon (Bossa Nova)
(0:50:45) Amy Winehouse — Mr. Magic (Through the Smoke) (Janice Long Session)
(0:54:50) Your DJs Speak
(0:57:30) Mickey Katz and His Kosher Jammers — Tico-Tico
(1:00:23) Louis Armstrong — Christmas in New Orleans
(1:03:16) T. Rex — Christmas Message from Marc Bolan
(1:03:28) Louis Prima — What Will Santa Claus Say When He Finds Everybody Swinging?
(1:06:37) Herb Alpert and The Tijuana Brass — El Presidente
(1:09:23) Your DJs Made That Set What It Was
(1:11:17) Lord Kitchener — London Is the Place for Me
(1:13:59) Blur — End of a Century
(1:16:44) Jack Handey — Deep Thoughts: The Face of a Child
(1:17:05) Jill Sobule — Ooh Child
(1:20:35) Bright Eyes — Haligh, Haligh, a Lie, Haligh
(1:25:19) Gary Lucas — Howdy Doody Time
(1:25:48) Phoebe Bridgers — Demi Moore
(1:29:04) Run the Jewels — Sea Legs
(1:32:46) Your DJs Have Done It Again
(1:37:30) W. Watts Biggers, Chet Stover, Joe Harris, Treadwell Covington — Theme to Underdog