Episode #359: Bimbo, Limbo, Spam

Retailers aren’t reliable but your co-hosts are. Hear us play recorded music for each other and then chat about it. It’s like eavesdropping but with simpler technology and it’s completely ethical. You’re actually invited. Sometimes we even mention you by name. Hi, guys and gals!

(0:00:00) The Deller Consort — Once in Royal David's City
(0:02:23) Your DJs Wait for Crate and Barrel to Call
(0:07:30) Bill Frisell — Rebel Rouser
(0:11:09) Bessie Smith — A Good Man Is Hard to Find
(0:14:16) DaBaby — Suge
(0:16:58) Beastie Boys — Dramastically Different
(0:20:54) Your DJs Continue Waiting for Crate and Barrel
(0:23:41) Mark Fay and Melinda Simon — Goodbye to Duane/“Hazel, Get My Supper...."
(0:26:18) Kacey Musgraves — Christmas Makes Me Cry
(0:29:07) Roger Miller — England Swings
(0:31:00) Del Shannon — The Prom
(0:33:20) Barbara Long — Gee Baby, Ain't I Good to You
(0:36:32) Your DJs Haven’t Heard from Crate and Barrel
(0:41:52) Brownbilt Melo-Clarions with The Brownbilt Trio — Upside Down in Love (Ad for Brown-Bilt Shoes)
(0:43:14) Paul McCartney — Another Day
(0:46:54) Matthew Sweet and Susanna Hoffs — Free Fallin'
(0:51:10) Mike Nichols and Elaine May — Fresh Paint
(0:52:49) Charlie Haden and Hank Jones — God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen
(0:55:16) The Band — Greensleeves (from The Last Waltz (1978))
(0:56:53) The Barr Brothers — Oh Little Town of Bethlehem
(0:59:41) Your DJs Talk to You
(1:03:45) Chet Atkins — Georgy Girl
(1:06:32) The Manhattans — There's No Me Without You
(1:10:08) Captain Beefheart and His Magic Band — The Dust Blows Forward ’n the Dust Blows Back
(1:12:00) Kate Smith — A Merry American Christmas
(1:15:02) De La Soul — Stakes Is High
(1:20:33) Jack Handey — Deep Thoughts: County Fair
(1:20:59) Jefferson Airplane — Third Week in the Chelsea
(1:25:32) Taylor Swift — Back to December
(1:30:25) Your DJs Explain Why You Enjoyed the Show, and Then They Leave
(1:35:02) Nancy Armstrong, The Boston Camerata, Joel Cohen — The Sunny Bank