Episode #372: We’ve Made a Wild and Wonderful Podcast for You

The Ides of March are almost here. Only one shopping day left! Celebrate with a new episode of Your Favorite Podcast produced with all you eavesdroppers in mind. Women and men, girls and boys, all are welcome here. Cheap but filling music and chat.

(0:00:00) Patsy Cline — She's Got You
(0:02:59) Your DJs Have You
(0:06:42) Tennessee Tech University Brass Quintet — Semper Fidelis March
(0:09:10) Darondo — Didn't I
(0:12:38) Cold Blood — You Got Me Hummin'
(0:18:21) Pusha T — Numbers on the Boards
(0:21:06) Your DJs Have You Hummin’
(0:24:42) Bruce Haack and Esther Nelson — Introduction/Motorcycle Ride
(0:28:25) Joni Mitchell — Coyote
(0:33:24) Warren Brown and Adam Goddard — Counting
(0:35:21) The Phenomenauts — (Don't Give Me That) Broccoli
(0:37:47) DaBaby — Bop
(0:40:27) Your DJs Can Count on You
(0:44:23) Mike Nichols and Elaine May — Clothing Malfunction
(0:46:22) Jeff Alexander with Alfred Hitchcock — Music to Be Murdered By
(0:51:17) Wardell Gray and Dexter Gordon Quintet — Jingle Jangle Jump
(0:53:39) Pia Zadora with The London Philharmonic Orchestra — Smile (Though Your Heart Is Breaking)
(0:57:19) Mary Hopkin — Morning Has Broken
(1:01:00) Your DJs Smile
(1:02:47) James Booker — Medley: Tico-Tico/Papa Was a Rascal/So Swell When You're Well
(1:07:39) São Vicente, Ituana — As Tears Go By
(1:10:54) Jack Handey — Deep Thoughts: Fire and the Wheel
(1:11:17) Sam Phillips — Candles and Stars
(1:16:23) Taylor Swift — Afterglow
(1:20:06) Blossom Dearie — Little Jazz Bird
(1:23:47) Aretha Franklin — Tracks of My Tears
(1:26:41) Your DJs Think Deeply and Then Leave
(1:29:51) Mike Post — Theme to Law and Order