Episode #346: The Subscription Price Is Soon Forgotten

Deep in September it’s nice to have a couple of reliable old podcasters to count on. Look no farther. You know what to expect from us. Here you can relax and be yourselves. We can’t see you anyway. Dig in and down.

(0:00:00) David Douglass, Paul O'Dette, Andrew Lawrence-King — Hunsdon House/Sir Martin Marah's Jigg
(0:03:57) Your DJs Arrive
(0:07:52) Wham! — Freedom
(0:12:53) Kenny Loggins — This Is It
(0:16:50) Genghis Barbie — Take on Me
(0:20:14) Dusty Springfield — Tupelo Honey
(0:24:15) Your DJs Are Fine
(0:27:41) Phil Spitalny's Music — To All Parents: An Important Message (Ad for Junior Home Magazine)
(0:29:06) Harry Belafonte — Matilda
(0:32:18) Vanilla Fudge — Ramble On
(0:36:44) Doc Watson — Doc's Guitar
(0:38:00) Old and in the Way — Old and in the Way
(0:41:04) Keith Urban — Lover
(0:44:37) Your DJs Are Still Okay
(0:48:48) David Seville and The Chipmunks — Alvin's Harmonica (Half-Speed)
(0:54:11) Renato Carosone — Tu vuò fà l'americano
(0:57:39) The Rokes — Grazie a Te (I'm Alive)
(1:00:02) Ronnie Spector — You've Got Your Troubles
(1:03:24) Your DJs Are Doing Well
(1:08:09) Mike Nichols and Elaine May — Everybody's Doing It
(1:10:46) Gwen Verdon, Jerry Orbach — We Both Reached for the Gun (from Chicago: A Musical Vaudeville (1975) (Original Broadway Cast Recording))
(1:14:27) Jack Handey — Deep Thoughts: Flying Back Through Time
(1:14:50) Grace Slick — White Rabbit (isolated vocal)
(1:16:51) The Magnetic Fields — It's a Crime
(1:20:44) Steve Lawrence and Eydie Gormé with The Fordtones — Boring Song
(1:22:12) Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs — Foggy Mountain Breakdown
(1:24:50) Lee Michaels — Stormy Monday
(1:30:00) Your DJs Are Off for Another Week but Will Be Back
(1:35:51) Leon Klatzkin — The Superman March (Theme to The Adventures of Superman)