Episode #362: It’s Like Bermuda in Michigan

It’s an Indian name but it almost sounds French. A new year needs a new episode, and we’re up to the challenge with completely original chat plus recorded music dating from the 1920s right through to the present day. That’s almost a hundred years of content but it should only take you about 90 minutes to listen. Happy New Year again.

(0:00:00) Jill Sobule — I Swear I Saw Christopher Reeve (Mackinac Island Charm)
(0:02:42) Your DJs Present the Podcast
(0:08:54) The Boswell Sisters — When I Take My Sugar to Tea
(0:12:05) Ray Conniff — Harmony
(0:14:46) Winifred Atwell — Poor People of Paris
(0:16:42) Vince Guaraldi — It's Your Dog Charlie Brown
(0:19:48) Harry Styles — Adore You
(0:23:15) Your DJs Discuss Sets and Set Theory
(0:28:14) Mark Fay and Melinda Simon — Bob Anderson 3/9/41 / "I'm so perplexed without you, baby" - D. Jonas
(0:33:22) Lucinda Williams — This Old Guitar
(0:36:20) Jann Arden — Could I Be Your Girl
(0:41:07) Isaac Hayes — Stormy Monday Blues
(0:44:22) Your DJs Have Never Been to Tahoe
(0:49:21) Mike Nichols and Elaine May — Disc Jockey
(0:58:24) The City of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra — The Knight Bus (from Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (2004))
(1:01:12) The Good Johnsons — Zou Bisou Bisou
(1:03:32) Your Old Droog — Good Times
(1:07:43) Your DJs Make Sure of the Correct Spelling
(1:11:04) Unknown Announcer and Singer — Talens in Song and Story (Ad for Talens School Supplies)
(1:12:32) The Hollies — I Can't Let Go
(1:14:55) Lee Michaels — Do You Know What I Mean
(1:18:07) Jack Handey — Deep Thoughts: The Dove
(1:18:32) The Shanghai Quartet — Feed the Birds (Tuppence a Bag) (from Mary Poppins, in the style of Brahms)
(1:22:04) Miles Davis and John Coltrane — Blue in Green
(1:27:37) Your DJs Are Done for the Day
(1:32:41) Edwin Astley and His Orchestra — High Wire (extended theme to Danger Man)