Episode #382: There Are Still Some Guys in Hell Doing Time on a Meat Rap

Holiday weekends bring out the listeners. Hi, listeners! This week you’ll hear no covers and no foreign languages but you might hear some movie and TV music, instrumentals, pianos, show tunes, rags, animal noises, chat, and more. Maybe. You get what you pay for.

(0:00:00) Arthur Fiedler and The Boston Pops Orchestra — Polka (from Shostakovich, The Golden Age, Op. 22)
(0:02:13) Your DJs Are Back Where They Belong
(0:08:40) Liberace — Charade
(0:11:36) Oliver — Good Morning Starshine
(0:15:14) Gipsy Kings — Ternuras (instrumental)
(0:18:38) Ed Sheeran — This
(0:21:54) Your DJs Discuss Lyrics
(0:25:35) George Carlin — Special Dispensation - Heaven, Hell, Purgatory and Limbo/Heavy Mysteries
(0:31:16) The Beach Boys — Surf's Up (from SMiLE)
(0:36:30) Paul Jacobs — Paul Jacobs on William Bolcom/Ghost Rags 1: The Graceful Ghost Rag
(0:41:53) Megan Thee Stallion — Savage
(0:44:29) Your DJs Speak
(0:47:26) Canadian Wildlife Service — The Woodchuck
(0:48:25) Bruce Haack and Esther Nelson — Tools/Nothing to Do
(0:53:27) Harry Styles — Treat People with Kindness
(0:56:41) Bee Gees — Lonely Days
(1:00:26) Animal Collective — Loch Raven
(1:05:24) Your DJs Explain
(1:08:58) Charli Adams — Cloverland Drive
(1:12:59) Nina Simone — Lilac Wine
(1:17:21) Jack Handey — Deep Thoughts: If You're a Cowboy...
(1:17:36) Jelly Roll Morton — "King Porter Stomp" (Piano Instrumental)/The Story of "King Porter Stomp" (Spoken)
(1:21:42) Raymond Scott — When Cootie Left the Duke (Jan. 6, 1941 )
(1:25:11) Your DJs Send You Out to Have Fun
(1:30:13) George Tipton and Leslie Bricusse — Theme to It's a Living