Episode #377: With Great Music and Chat Comes Great Responsibility

A new 90-minute production drops and dozens of eager listeners fire up their listening devices, each hoping to be the first to download and enjoy it. Of course only one person can be first, but everyone discovers it’s worth listening to anyway. Some even listen twice. There’s no downside for anyone.

(0:00:00) Jodlerklub "Bärgblüemli" Schattdorf — Jänzigrat-Jüz
(0:03:34) Your DJs Speak About Ants
(0:07:39) The Bird and the Bee — Again and Again
(0:10:23) Daryl Hall and John Oates — London, Luck, and Love
(0:13:22) She and Him — Sunday Girl
(0:16:24) Matthew Sweet and Susanna Hoffs — Sitting Still (R.E.M.)
(0:19:42) Your DJs Speak About Duets, Covers, and Snacks
(0:24:03) Pepsi Cola — Come Alive (Commercial)
(0:25:05) The Lovin' Spoonful — Rain on the Roof (Instrumental)
(0:27:20) Melanie — Babe Rainbow
(0:33:01) William Bolcom — Three Preludes: 1. Allegro ben ritmato e deciso
(0:34:45) Bruce Haack and Esther Nelson — Rubberbands
(0:37:00) Charlie Parker with Joe Lipman and His Orchestra — Almost Like Being in Love
(0:39:34) Your DJs Speak About Music and Sponsors
(0:44:29) Mike Nichols and Elaine May — Fern Escapes
(0:46:54) Ike and Tina Turner — Bootsy White Law
(0:51:41) Ry Cooder — One Meat Ball
(0:54:09) Ghostface Killah feat. Raekwon, Cappadonna — Iron Maiden
(0:58:57) Your DJs Speak About Food and Forgiveness
(1:01:17) Herb Alpert and The Tijuana Brass — Never on Sunday
(1:03:57) Shelby Lynne — Anyone Who Had a Heart
(1:07:31) Jack Handey — Deep Thoughts: I Remember How My Great-Uncle Jerry Would Sit on the Porch
(1:08:05) Cassandra Wilson — Moon River
(1:13:23) Sarah Vaughan — Smooth Operator
(1:15:43) Aimee Mann — Nothing Is Good Enough (instrumental) (from Magnolia (1999))
(1:18:52) Dr. Dre — Still D.R.E (instrumental)
(1:23:21) Your DJs Bring the Proceedings to a Gentle Conclusion
(1:28:05) Michael Giacchino — Marvel Fanfare (2016 version) (first used in Doctor Strange (2016))