Episode #341: How Low Can We Go?

Half-measures are not for us and so this week you get a full measure of idiosyncrasy. Movie music, TV music, radio music, and many other things (note that Oxford comma which you should always use). It’s what you expect because you know us by now. And we know you too, many of you by name. So jump in and thanks for listening.

(0:00:00) Tippi Hedren, Suzanne Pleshette, Schoolchildren — Risselty Rosselty (from The Birds (1963))
(0:07:24) Your DJs Wonder If That Was a Little Too Much
(0:12:57) Doc Watson — Muskrat
(0:15:48) The Rolling Stones — Monkey Man
(0:20:00) José Feliciano — Light My Fire
(0:23:30) Buffy Sainte-Marie — The Circle Game
(0:26:23) Your DJs Discuss the Obvious
(0:28:24) Radio Commercial — Electricity: The Bright Spot in Your Budget
(0:29:18) Gordon Jenkins and His Orchestra — Padam, Padam
(0:32:47) Cassandra Wilson — Harvest Moon
(0:37:40) The Passionate and Objective Jokerfan (Matt Farley) — Iggy Azalea Is Nice Woman
(0:39:01) Peppa Pig — It's Peppa Pig
(0:41:26) Lizzo — Juice (2019 Tiny Desk Concert)
(0:47:46) Your DJs Discuss the Set Politely
(0:51:18) Mike Nichols and Elaine May — Calling Dr. Marx
(0:53:55) The Cardigans — Lovefool
(0:57:27) The Kinks — Picture Book
(1:00:02) Paul Revere and The Raiders — Good Thing
(1:03:06) Your DJs Discuss Band Names and Other Things
(1:04:47) Édith Piaf — Padam, Padam
(1:08:03) Fats Domino — Blue Monday
(1:10:18) Fanfare Ciocărlia — Caravan
(1:14:39) Gwen Verdon, Bob Fosse — Who's Got the Pain? (from Damn Yankees (1958))
(1:18:11) Your DJs Played a Few Things There
(1:21:53) George Wright — Ascot Gavotte
(1:24:23) Madness — Our House
(1:27:43) Jack Handey — Deep Thoughts: Sensuality
(1:28:04) Chubby Checker — Limbo Rock
(1:30:29) Elvis Presley — There's Always Me
(1:32:46) Your DJs Know When It’s Time to Leave
(1:36:28) Leonard Bernstein — Opening and Closing Themes to The Dick Cavett Show