Episode #366: This Is the Part Where We Take It Easy

Today’s program has marching bands, old pop, new pop, covers, cautionary tales, economic forecasts, waltzes, lovely voices, and a bridge into next week’s movie music. And now there are enough episodes that you can listen to one every day for a whole leap year and not repeat any. Take the podcast-a-day challenge. Or just listen to this one. That would be good enough for us.

(0:00:00) John Reed, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Royston Nash, The D'Oyly Carte Opera Chorus — As Someday It May Happen (I've Got a Little List) (from The Mikado)
(0:02:20) Your DJs Have a List of Their Own
(0:10:17) The Pickin' on Pickers — Love Me Do
(0:13:02) Roy Orbison — Mama
(0:16:01) The Left Banke — She May Call You Up Tonight
(0:18:16) Jennifer Lopez feat. Pitbull — On the Floor
(0:23:02) Your DJs Discuss the Recent Past
(0:25:07) Unknown Announcer — Mark Time: The End of the Depression (Ad for the Mark Time Switch)
(0:26:33) Fleetwood Mac — Tusk
(0:30:09) Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds — Red Right Hand
(0:36:43) Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra — Three O'Clock in the Morning
(0:39:47) Beyoncé — Formation (from Homecoming (2019))
(0:44:10) Your DJs Take Pleasure in Bringing You Up to Date
(0:48:17) Gilbert Gottfried — The Land of the Three-Named People
(0:52:46) Stevie Wonder — Love's in Need of Love Today
(0:59:53) Jo Stafford — Sourwood Mountain
(1:01:38) Ken Jennings, Angela Lansbury — Not While I'm Around (from Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street (Original Cast Recording))
(1:05:33) Barbra Streisand — White Christmas
(1:08:37) Your DJs Provide Deep Background
(1:11:46) Alvvays — Ones Who Love You
(1:15:32) Mika — Elle me dit
(1:19:09) Jack Handey — Deep Thoughts: If I Come Back as an Animal...
(1:19:31) Taylor Swift — We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together (Instrumental with background vocals)
(1:22:42) Aretha Franklin — You and Me
(1:26:13) Your DJs Always Have You Covered
(1:29:05) Lady Gaga, Bradley Cooper — Shallow (from the 91st Oscars telecast)