Episode #357: If Brains Were Dynamite, We Wouldn’t Have Enough

The days are getting shorter and colder and the podcasts are getting longer. If your heart has cockles they will be warmed by this week’s offering of music, chat, and other stuff, crafted in the heartland of America by craftspeople who aren’t making a penny from it.

(0:00:00) Julie Andrews with the Starlight Roof Orchestra — Polonaise "Je suis Titania" (from Mignon)
(0:03:21) Your DJs Talk Birthdays and Start the Engine Running
(0:11:10) Carl Perkins — Honey Don't (alternate #3)
(0:13:59) Elvis Presley — Put the Blame on Me
(0:15:57) Burl Ives — Sweet Betsy from Pike
(0:17:36) Shawn Colvin — Diamond in the Rough (2019 acoustic version)
(0:22:06) Lucinda Williams — Still I Long for Your Kiss
(0:26:14) Your DJs Go Over It
(0:29:06) Mark Fay and Melinda Simon — Ray Whistling 2/27/48 / Guitar Duet - Manila, P. I.
(0:32:15) The Sundays — She
(0:35:39) Mandy Moore — The Whole of the Moon (The Waterboys cover)
(0:40:40) Chance the Rapper feat. MadeinTyo and DaBaby — Hot Shower
(0:44:27) Your DJs Speak About It and Then Follow Through
(0:49:34) Rudy Vallee and His Connecticut Yankees — Stein Song (University of Maine)
(0:52:50) Alexi Murdoch — Orange Sky
(0:59:07) Bob and Ray — Crank Call #1
(0:59:27) The Who — I Can See for Miles
(1:03:34) Tears for Fears — Sowing the Seeds of Love
(1:08:38) Your DJs Discuss It
(1:10:28) Mike Nichols and Elaine May — Buying a Tie
(1:12:55) Kristin Chenoweth — Let's Fall in Love
(1:16:03) Jack Handey — Deep Thoughts: Dad Always Thought Laughter Was the Best Medicine
(1:16:24) German Brass — Tico-Tico
(1:19:00) Taylor Swift — Cornelia Street
(1:23:46) Bob and Ray — Crank Call #2
(1:24:41) John Prine — Silver Bells
(1:28:37) David Kernan, Liz Robertson, Louise Gold — London Pride/I Happen to Like New York (from Noël/Cole: Let’s Do It! (1994))
(1:32:39) Your DJs Are Happy About a Job Well Done
(1:35:36) Ann Bennett (Winston Sharples, composer) — Theme to Felix the Cat