Episode #74: Our First Good Show of the Month

The British invade again (we let them walk all over us) and we play some lovely acoustic music by Sharon Shannon, Joan Baez, Kate and Anna, Dead Fingers, Liona Boyd, and others. Hear the only good French version of Tico-Tico that we could find, Bob and Ray stereo experiments, hipness instructions, and a British boy band covering a British boy band. Plus TV music and more.

Don’t think you’re doing us a favor by listening. Hey, mate, we’re doing YOU the favor.

(0:00:00) Leroy Anderson — The Syncopated Clock
(0:02:21) Your DJs Speak
(0:03:12) Herman’s Hermits — Listen People
(0:05:40) Gerry and The Pacemakers — Ferry ‘Cross the Mersey
(0:08:03) Freddie and The Dreamers — I’m Telling You Now
(0:10:10) The Swinging Blue Jeans — Hippy Hippy Shake
(0:11:54) Your DJs Speak
(0:14:04) Sharon Shannon with John Prine and Mary Staunton — Love Love Love
(0:17:24) Joan Baez — Ring Them Bells
(0:20:21) Kate and Anna McGarrigle — Dans la silence
(0:23:55) Arcade Fire — Ready to Start
(0:28:10) Your DJs Speak
(0:30:52) The Sweatermen — I Didn’t Have to Wrap Your Gift
(0:31:23) Petra Haden — Single Girl, Married Girl
(0:35:09) Dead Fingers — Ring Around Saturn
(0:38:55) Liona Boyd — Sun Child
(0:41:43) Freelance Whales — Hannah
(0:45:20) Your DJs Speak
(0:49:52) Bob and Ray — Bob and Ray in the Laboratory: Rifles, Surf, Cat Fight
(0:52:12) OutKast — Roses
(0:58:41) Pink Martini with The Von Trapps — Le premier bonheur du jour
(1:01:54) Cousteau — The Last Good Day of the Year
(1:06:55) Your DJs Speak
(1:10:13) Alys Robi — Tico-Tico
(1:13:20) The Temper Trap — Sweet Disposition
(1:17:12) Your DJs Break in for a Few Seconds
(1:17:32) Del Close and John Brent — Vocabulary Building (from “How to Speak Hip”)
(1:21:45) The 1975 — What Makes You Beautiful
(1:25:21) Your DJs Speak
(1:31:32) Nelson Riddle — The Ballad of Paladin (Theme from Have Gun Will Travel)