Episode #39: We Had ‘Em Last Night and the Night Before

This week's show is sandwiched by TV themes (again?) and includes sets about food (why?), covers and pre-covers (what?), Moondog with Julie Andrews (say what?), Steve and Eydie (really), Ernie Kovacs (sort of), Thurl (great!), the Marx Brothers, Dino, Carole, Hoagy, rude hip-hop, Zeppelin, The Monkees, The Prisoner, some great instrumental music by The Three Suns, that guy with the blue eyes, and that covers everything so we don't have to say "and more".

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  1. Edwin Astley — Danger Man (One Hour): Teaser and Main Titles (from Danger Man)
  2. Steve Lawrence and Eydie Gormé — This Could Be the Start of Something Big
  3. Frank Sinatra — The Coffee Song
  4. The Three Suns — Moritat (Mack the Knife)
  5. Dean Martin — Volare (Nel blu dipinto di blu)
  6. Thurl Ravenscroft and Roberta Lee — Wing Ding Ding
  7. Jack Johnson — Banana Pancakes
  8. Bo Carter — Beans
  9. Hasil Adkins — No More Hot Dogs
  10. Moondog with Julie Andrews and Martyn Green — Favourite Nursery Rhymes
  11. Carole King — Really Rosie
  12. Yo La Tengo — Downtown
  13. Joan Jett and The Blackhearts — Everyday People
  14. Tony DeSimone Trio — Oriental Blues (Ernie's Tune) (from The Ernie Kovacs Show)
  15. The Marx Brothers — Lydia, the Tattooed Lady (from At the Circus (1939))
  16. Hoagy Carmichael — Hong Kong Blues
  17. N. Nardini — You Have Just Been Poisoned/Poisoned Beer (The Whistler) (from The Prisoner)
  18. The Monkees — Valleri
  19. Led Zeppelin — Babe I'm Gonna Leave You
  20. Evie Sands — I Can't Let Go
  21. FannyPack — Cameltoe
  22. William Hanna and Joseph Barbera — The Atom Ant Show (Theme)