Episode #364: Do We Have to Spell It Out?

This week we have tributes, solos, duets, children, karaoke, brass, jazz, pop, fugitives, and more. It’s just another January in the neighborhood.

(0:00:00) Alexandra Opsahl, Norwegian Baroque Orchestra — Johan Daniel Berlin: Sinfonia a 5 for Cornetto and Strings in D major
(0:09:04) Your DJs Set the Stage
(0:15:11) Herb Alpert and The Tijuana Brass — Flea Bag
(0:17:16) Harry Styles — Cherry
(0:21:35) Taylor Swift — I Knew You Were Trouble (instrumental with background vocals)
(0:25:13) Macy Gray — I Try (Live at the World Café)
(0:30:36) Your DJs Present a Little Tribute
(0:33:30) The Bonzo Dog Band — Quiet Talks and Summer Walks
(0:36:54) Neil Innes — Say Sorry Again
(0:39:17) The Rutles — Cheese and Onions
(0:41:56) Neil Innes — Momma Bee
(0:44:46) The Bonzo Dog Band — I'm the Urban Spaceman (acoustic version from Late Night Line Up (BBC) (1986))
(0:46:12) Your DJs Recap and Move On
(0:49:11) Mike Nichols and Elaine May — New Clothing
(0:51:10) Dean Martin — The Man Who Plays the Mandolino
(0:53:59) Edd “Kookie” Byrnes — Kookie's Mad Pad
(0:56:03) Dexter Gordon — Three O'Clock in the Morning
(1:01:46) Your DJs Discuss a Few Things
(1:04:37) Mark Fay and Melinda Simon — David and Grandpa
(1:07:20) Darlingside — The Woods
(1:10:46) Sheryl Crow — Soak Up the Sun (album version)
(1:15:37) Vampire Weekend with children's choir — Christmastime Is Here/Harmony Hall (from The Late Late Show with James Corden, 2019-12-11)
(1:19:39) Jack Handey — Deep Thoughts: Sometimes I Think That I Would Be...
(1:19:59) Duke Ellington and Billy Strayhorn — Tonk
(1:22:56) Aretha Franklin — Day Dreaming
(1:26:54) Your DJs Are Done in for Now
(1:32:27) City of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra (Pete Rugulo, composer) — Theme to The Fugitive