Episode #349: We Sit and Idly Chat for a While

Snap! and it’s cold outside. So don’t go there, stay inside with your co-hosts chatting and playing music and roasting chestnuts on an open fire. Before long there will be eggnog too. It’s a good time to be alive.

(0:00:00) Irwin Kostal (Orchestra) and Chorus — Overture to Mary Poppins (1964)
(0:02:58) Your DJs Arrive to Speak
(0:08:11) Jessica Williams (Erik Satie, composer) — First Gymnopédie
(0:15:47) Diana Krall — Operator (That's Not the Way It Feels)
(0:19:27) William Bolcom — 'S Wonderful
(0:20:29) Mike Jones Trio — Me and My Shadow
(0:24:28) Nina Simone — Rich Girl
(0:27:41) Your DJs Chat
(0:29:57) Phil Spitalny — Important Information (Ad for Chevrolet)
(0:31:30) Kacey Musgraves — Christmas Don't Be Late
(0:33:39) Lana Del Rey — Venice Bitch
(0:43:36) Arnold Steck (Leslie Statham) — Arrival: The Band Concert (Freedom of the City) (from The Prisoner)
(0:46:16) Taylor Swift — It’s Nice to Have a Friend
(0:48:46) Your DJs Chat, Then Play Music
(0:53:27) Blossom Dearie — Down the Depths of the 90th Floor
(0:56:47) Emeli Sandé — All the Girls Love Alice
(1:00:22) The Conception Corporation — Dial a Dirty Joke
(1:01:38) Marcos Valle — Crickets Sing for Anamaria
(1:03:44) Roger Miller — Engine, Engine #9
(1:06:02) Your DJs Speak Again
(1:10:15) Cass Elliot and Dave Mason — Here We Go Again
(1:13:04) Carole King — The Awful Truth
(1:16:15) Jack Handey — Deep Thoughts: Why Police Keep People Away from a Plane Crash
(1:16:50) The Sandpipers — Come Saturday Morning (from The Sterile Cuckoo (1969))
(1:19:51) Janelle Monáe — Take a Byte
(1:24:00) Your DJs Chat, Finish Up, and Say Goodbye to You in Japanese
(1:30:19) Dominic Frontiere and Alan Alch — Theme from Branded