Episode #319: Loose Change, Losers, and the Agony of Defeat

It’s not Spring yet. We’ll tell you when it is. In the meantime please enjoy this assortment of popular music and chat ranging from the black-and-white 1940s through to today’s wonderful world of color, with almost every decade represented. It will pleasantly fill 90 minutes of your valuable time.

(0:00:00) Spinal Tap — Gimme Some Money
(0:02:24) Your DJs Show Up
(0:07:39) The Washington Squares — New Generation
(0:10:14) The Civil Wars — Poison and Wine
(0:13:51) MGM Studio Orchestra — Barn Dance (Bless Yore Beautiful Hide) (from Seven Brides for Seven Brothers (1954))
(0:19:43) Milton Greene, Austin Pendleton — Miracle of Miracles (from Fiddler on the Roof (1964) (Original Broadway Cast Recording))
(0:21:42) Your DJs Know What That Was and Also What’s Coming
(0:25:12) Stopette — Mr. Stopette (commercial)
(0:26:19) Martin Denny — Love Dance
(0:28:48) Gene Ammons Quintet — Jack's Town
(0:32:17) Jeri Southern — It's Bad for Me
(0:34:28) Frank Sinatra — Here's That Rainy Day
(0:38:01) Your DJs Just Played Some Very Old Music
(0:41:43) The Monkees — Your Auntie Grizelda (intro by Peter Tork) (live, Universal Ampitheatre, 1989)
(0:45:11) The Monkees — Shades of Gray
(0:48:32) The Monkees — Words
(0:51:22) The Monkees — Long Title: Do I Have to Do This All Over Again? (from Head (1968))
(0:53:59) Your DJs Recap That Tribute
(0:55:11) Mike Nichols and Elaine May — Interrupted Hour
(0:59:44) Elbow — New York Morning
(1:05:02) Joni Mitchell — Chelsea Morning
(1:07:03) Lucy Rose — Bad Blood (Originally by Taylor Swift feat. Kendrick Lamar)
(1:10:37) Your DJs Heart N. Y.
(1:11:33) Fleetwood Mac — Rattlesnake Shake
(1:15:05) Little River Band — Lonesome Loser
(1:18:57) Jack Handey — Deep Thoughts: It's Too Bad that Whole Families Have to Be Torn Apart
(1:19:20) Ednaswap — Torn (acoustic version from Morning Becomes Eclectic)
(1:23:23) The Carters (Beyoncé and Jay-Z) — Heard About Us
(1:26:34) Your DJs Send You Off with Some Warm Music and Chat in Your Bellies
(1:30:11) Jack Shaindlin, Irving Robbins — Theme to ABC's Wide World of Sports