Episode #356: The Letter Oh and the Numeral Oh

This week we’re thankful that we have listeners, that we’ll never run out of music and stuff, and that the Axis was defeated. We’re also thankful for dial service and for Eve Arden. Have a holly jolly Thanksgiving on us. (But we’re not paying for yours.)

(0:00:00) Bell Telephone System — Now You Can Dial (1954)
(0:09:36) Your DJs Arrive and Thank You
(0:13:44) Steve Martin and The Steep Canyon Rangers — Strangest Christmas Yet
(0:17:21) Paul Simon — Everything Put Together Falls Apart
(0:19:21) Mary O'Hara — Haigh Didil Dum
(0:20:27) Sutton Foster — You Can Close Your Eyes
(0:22:44) The Waterboys — The Whole of the Moon
(0:27:44) Your DJs Explain It All
(0:31:03) Mark Fay and Melinda Simon — "Calling All Cars...”/Eat to Live
(0:33:53) Lana Del Rey — Fuck It, I Love You
(0:37:29) Rosie Thomas — Farewell
(0:40:39) Karen Dalton — Little Bit of Rain
(0:43:12) Your DJs Have Information
(0:45:09) Unknown Announcer — Frigidaire's New Year's Message to Frigidaire Salesmen
(0:46:37) Esquivel — Sentimental Journey
(0:49:13) D’Angelo and The Vanguard — Sugah Daddy
(0:54:24) Blossom Dearie — Quiet Night of Quiet Stars (Corcovado)
(0:57:14) Shirley Horn — Come Dance with Me
(1:00:04) Your DJs Speak Once More
(1:01:58) Mike Nichols and Elaine May — Spies
(1:05:29) Grizzly Bear — Deep Blue Sea
(1:09:12) Jack Handey — Deep Thoughts: Outer Space Guys
(1:09:34) Turin Brakes — Chim Chim Cher-Ee (Originally by Dick Van Dyke and Julie Andrews, from Mary Poppins (1964))
(1:13:26) Ella Fitzgerald and Count Basie — Dream a Little Dream of Me
(1:17:31) William Bolcom — Liza
(1:19:30) The Continental (Renzo Cesana) — Roses and Champagne
(1:22:43) Carson Robison Trio — Turkey in the Straw
(1:25:33) Your DJs Thank You and Leave the Building
(1:30:34) Wilbur Hatch — Theme to Our Miss Brooks (1948-1954)