Episode #111: We Can’t Let It Go and Neither Can You

February 21, 2015

One more theme show (enough already!) and we’ll let you go in peace. This time we present actual music from actual movies. Every one of these selections comes right out of the soundtrack of a movie. Collectively we’ve seen all these movies. Maybe. We didn’t really compare notes. But we chose the music and we talked about it and we rushed this out in time for the Academy Awards ceremony.

But we won’t mind if you listen at a later date. We’ll only mind if you don’t listen at all, You’d only be harming yourself. These songs are entertaining!

(0:00:00) 20th Century Fox Orchestra — Main Title: The Carousel Waltz (from Carousel (1956))
(0:01:49) Your DJs Speak
(0:04:23) Julian Nott — Wallace and Gromit (from Wallace and Gromit:The Curse of the Were-Rabbit (2005))
(0:05:32) Kermit — Rainbow Connection (from The Muppet Movie (1979))
(0:08:48) Mr. Mackey — It’s Easy, Mmkay (from South Park: Bigger Longer and Uncut (1999))
(0:10:43) Jo Li — Everything Is Awesome!!! (from The Lego Movie (2014))
(0:12:07) Your DJs Speak
(0:18:05) Ruby Keeler, Dick Powell, Chorus — 42nd Street (from 42nd Street (1933))
(0:23:54) Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers — Cheek to Cheek (from Top Hat (1935))
(0:28:55) Fred Astaire — He Loves and She Loves (from Funny Face (1957))
(0:33:55) Louis Armstrong — Basin Street Blues (from New Orleans (1947))
(0:38:38) Your DJs Speak
(0:43:29) Mary Healy and Tommy Rettig — Ten Happy Fingers (from The 5,000 Fingers of Dr. T (1953))
(0:44:35) Dr. Dre and Snoop Doggy Dogg — Deep Cover (from Deep Cover (1992))
(0:49:09) Aubrey Woods — The Candy Man (from Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory (1971))
(0:51:41) Marvin Gaye — Trouble Man (from Trouble Man (1972))
(0:55:31) Your DJs Speak
(0:59:22) Randy Edelman — The World of the Heart (Main Title to Dragonheart (1996))
(1:02:39) Alexandre Desplat — The Society of the Crossed Keys (from The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014))
(1:05:02) Klaus Badelt — He’s a Pirate (from Pirates of the Caribbean 1: Curse of the Black Pearl (2003))
(1:06:28) Percy Faith and His Orchestra — Theme from A Summer Place (1959)
(1:08:47) Your DJs Speak
(1:12:55) Barden Bellas — Bellas Regionals (from Pitch Perfect (2012))
(1:15:33) Quentin Tarantino, Harvey Keitel, Steve Buscemi, Lawrence Tierney, Eddie Bunker — Madonna Speech (from Reservoir Dogs (1992))
(1:16:31) Madonna — Crazy for You (from Vision Quest (1985))
(1:21:05) Shirley Jones — Till There Was You (from The Music Man (1962))
(1:24:02) Keith Carradine — I’m Easy (from Nashville (1975))
(1:27:04) Your DJs Conclude
(1:34:26) Idina Menzel — Let It Go (from Frozen (2013))

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Episode #110: Cheer Up, It Might Never Happen

February 14, 2015

There is no shortage of sad songs in the world. Once again we try to demonstrate that in this, our third annual (annual!) Sad Songs program. Hear dreadfully sad hymns, show tunes, instrumentals, ballads, pop tunes, folk tunes, movie tunes, and then there’s Beck. And more. It’s enough to make you frown. But in the end we give you a recipe for happiness pie that should make everything all right again.

Download it and weep. Please.

(0:00:00) Eileen Ivers — Nearer My God to Thee
(0:02:20) Your DJs Speak Sadly
(0:06:22) Kate and Anna McGarrigle — You Tell Me That I’m Falling Down
(0:09:44) Sparklehorse feat. Thom Yorke — Wish You Were Here
(0:16:42) Rosanne Cash — Why Don’t You Quit Leaving Me Alone
(0:20:40) Wilco with Feist — You and I
(0:24:06) Your DJs Speak
(0:29:07) Jan DeGaetani, Leslie Guinn, Gilbert Kalish — Sweetly She Sleeps, My Alice Fair
(0:32:03) Tom Waits — Jersey Girl
(0:37:39) Rebekah Del Rio — Llorando (Crying) (from Mulholland Drive (2001))
(0:41:11) Charles Mingus — Mood Indigo
(0:45:55) Your DJs Speak
(0:50:18) Shirley Jones with Chorus — You’ll Never Walk Alone (finale) (from the 1956 film of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Carousel)
(0:52:16) Elvis Presley — You’ll Never Walk Alone
(0:54:59) Gerry and The Pacemakers — You’ll Never Walk Alone
(0:57:38) Nina Simone — You’ll Never Walk Alone (instrumental)
(1:01:24) Your DJs Speak
(1:05:08) Rod McKuen — Jean (live)
(1:07:43) Beck — Guess I’m Doing Fine
(1:12:51) Paul McCartney — Singalong Junk
(1:15:26) OutKast — Da Art of Storytellin’, Part 1
(1:19:09) Your DJs Speak
(1:21:07) Céline Dion — Ne me quitte pas
(1:25:22) Stars — Your Ex-Lover Is Dead
(1:29:38) Bob Dylan — Autumn Leaves
(1:32:35) The Impressions — (Man Oh Man) I Want to Go Back
(1:35:41) Long John Baldry — Wild Mountain Thyme
(1:39:28) Amy Winehouse — A Song for You
(1:43:56) Your DJs Conclude Happily
(1:50:17) Jack Payne and His BBC Dance Orchestra — Make Yourself a Happiness Pie

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Episode #109: These People Are Not from Liverpool

February 7, 2015

How well we remember that day, 51 years ago, when The Beatles came to America! It was a cold February but even then we knew that, many years in the future, we would host a podcast of such popularity that we could afford to break form once in a while and pay tribute to those lads by playing their songs as performed by other people. So that’s what we’re doing this week. We’ve done it before, and, who knows? Maybe we’ll do it again some day.

This is a really good one so start your downloads now!

(0:00:00) The Beatles — On Stage with The Beatles (from The Beatles’ Story)
(0:01:02) Your DJs Speak
(0:03:53) Alison Krauss — I Will
(0:07:55) Rufus Wainwright — Across the Universe (from I Am Sam (2001))
(0:12:02) This Woman — Good Fun
(0:14:17) Stephen Bennett — Blackbird
(0:16:19) Gomez — Getting Better
(0:19:56) Your DJs Speak
(0:24:05) Beatles Fans — Beatles fans talk about collecting Beatles leftovers
(0:24:42) The Forester Sisters — I’ve Just Seen a Face
(0:27:03) Charles River Valley Boys — Baby’s in Black
(0:29:59) KLIF Radio, Dallas — Promo for A Hard Day’s Night
(0:30:39) Les Lionceaux — Quatre garçons dans le vent (A Hard Day’s Night)
(0:33:04) Wu Tang vs. The Beatles — Got Your Money (instrumental)
(0:36:36) Your DJs Speak
(0:41:02) Paul McCartney — Paul introduces “I Don’t Want to See You Again”
(0:41:16) Peter and Gordon — I Don’t Want to See You Again
(0:43:16) Petula Clark — Here, There and Everywhere
(0:46:15) Rosanne Cash — I Don’t Want to Spoil the Party
(0:48:51) Otis Redding — Day Tripper
(0:52:05) Your DJs Speak
(0:56:05) The Beatles — Man Behind the Music: George Martin (from The Beatles’ Story)
(0:56:31) Sean Connery — In My Life
(0:58:59) Teenage Fanclub — Tell Me What You See
(1:01:51) The Beatles — Who’s a Millionaire? (from The Beatles’ Story)
(1:02:28) R. Stevie Moore — I’ll Be Back
(1:05:05) Wicz — There’s a Place
(1:06:45) Your DJs Speak
(1:10:47) The Beatles — “Musical Boulders” (from The Beatles’ Story)
(1:11:04) Dolly Parton — Help!
(1:13:48) Sapulpa High School Chorus — Ticket to Ride
(1:17:50) The Free Design — Eleanor Rigby
(1:20:33) Mark Heard — I’m Looking Through You
(1:24:12) Your DJs Conclude
(1:28:23) The Beatles — Capitol Records Takes Over (from The Beatles’ Story)
(1:28:52) Cyndi Lauper — You’ve Really Got a Hold on Me

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Episode #108: Was That Last Set Too Long?

January 31, 2015

A little Cole Porter, a little Coke, a little Chronic, a little Cream. Some covers, some country, some comedy. That’s all the alliteration we have, sorry about that. But we also have violin and folk, some boys and some girls, more music from the Dawn of Sound, and some other music not even one year old yet. And, you know, more. We have our moments.

Download while the price is low! Who knows what might happen in February?

(0:00:00) Robert Maxwell, His Harp and Orchestra with The Ray Charles Singers – Song of the Nairobi Trio (Solfeggio)
(0:02:28) Your DJs Speak
(0:04:25) Dolly Parton — I Get a Kick Out of You
(0:06:53) Frank Sinatra and Celeste Holm — Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? (from High Society (1956))
(0:08:55) Eydie Gormé — Don’t Get Around Much Anymore
(0:11:11) Ray Charles and Norah Jones — Here We Go Again
(0:15:06) Your DJs Speak
(0:17:32) B. J. Thomas — Crackers and Cheese (Coca-Cola commercial)
(0:18:30) Bob and Ray — People to People
(0:21:41) Cream — Strange Brew
(0:24:27) Dino, Desi and Billy — Not the Lovin’ Kind
(0:26:32) Jens Lekman — A Postcard to Nina
(0:31:30) Your DJs Speak
(0:36:12) Charles Farrell and Janet Gaynor with child chorus — If I Had a Talking Picture of You (from Sunny Side Up (1929))
(0:42:07) Ray LaMontagne — Drive-In Movies
(0:47:48) Mark O’Connor — Tico-Tico no Fubá
(0:49:48) Roy Orbison — Shahdaroba
(0:52:28) Your DJs Speak
(0:56:05) Vanilla Fudge — Every Friday Night We Get Together and Jam (Coca-Cola commercial)
(0:57:05) Christina Perri — If I Could Turn Back Time (originally by Cher)
(1:01:30) Sia — Chandelier (Liam Keegan Remix)
(1:04:20) Professor Elemental — This Means War!
(1:07:19) Dr. Dre feat. Snoop Dogg and Colin Wolfe — Fuck wit Dre Day (And Everybody's Celebratin')
(1:12:44) Sam Phillips — Holding on to the Earth
(1:15:43) Jenny Lewis — Acid Tongue
(1:19:32) Olivia Chaney — Swimming in the Longest River
(1:23:10) Best Coast — Do You Love Me Like You Used To
(1:26:23) Your DJs Conclude
(1:33:05) Ian Bernard — Inquisitive Tango (Theme to Rowan and Martin’s Laugh-In)

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Episode #107: Our Show’s Better Than Their Show

January 24, 2015

And the reason is because we play all the hits! All right, perhaps not, but it’s fun and it’s worth your time. Motown, French pop, calypso, covers, country, stereo lounge, movie music, pop commercials, Beauty and the Beard, an old rocker or two, a Fabs outtake (it’s fun to say that), and a genuine TV theme. Maybe a little more. Please to check it out.

(0:00:00) The Beatles — Don’t Bother Me (Take 10)
(0:02:47) Your DJs Speak
(0:05:34) The Jackson 5 — I Want You Back (Without Lead Vocals)
(0:08:27) The Pointer Sisters — Jump (For My Love) (Single Version)
(0:12:25) Françoise Hardy — Tous les garçons et les filles
(0:15:32) Sam Smith — How Will I Know (originally by Whitney Houston)
(0:19:25) Your DJs Speak
(0:23:05) Sandy Posey — We Sat Together in a Small Café (Coca-Cola commercial)
(0:24:06) Lord Lebby — Mama Don’t Want No Rice No Peas No Coconut Oil
(0:26:52) Dave Grusin — Sunporch Cha-Cha-Cha (from The Graduate (1967))
(0:30:06) The Ray Charles Singers — I’m Over Here
(0:33:27) Gabrielle Aplin — Best Song Ever (originally by One Direction)
(0:36:55) Your DJs Speak
(0:42:40) Mark O’Connor — La Bamba
(0:46:06) The Big Bopper — Chantilly Lace
(0:48:29) Warren Brown and Adam Goddard — Big Block Singsong: Different
(0:50:30) John Prine — It’s a Big Old Goofy World
(0:55:38) Heartless Bastards — Parted Ways
(1:00:35) Your DJs Speak
(1:05:41) The Brooklyn Bridge — The Day You Said You’d Let Me Know (Coca-Cola commercial)
(1:06:42) Lorne Greene — Sixteen Tons
(1:09:52) George Jones — He Stopped Loving Her Today
(1:14:01) Ann-Margret and Al Hirt — My Baby Just Cares for Me
(1:16:09) The Puppini Sisters — In the Mood
(1:19:18) Sax ’n’ Drawbars — Tico-Tico
(1:21:13) Method Man and Redman — Freestyle
(1:23:25) Tom Paxton — My Dog’s Bigger Than Your Dog
(1:24:44) Beastie Boys — Bobo on the Corner
(1:25:58) Your DJs Conclude
(1:36:07) Irving Szathmary — Theme to Get Smart

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Episode #106: We’re All About a Lot of Things, Not Just That Bass

January 17, 2015

Look at all this! A French chanson together with its chansonnier, Mandy Patinkin singing a famous show tune, hip-hop old and new, soul, covers, commercials, guitars, Zappa, an unexpected track from The Dead, one or two humorists, Simon Templar, and your Uncle Bob. That’s his name. And more still.

Please download and enjoy the pleasant mess that we’ve made for you.

(0:00:00) Charles Trenet — La Mer
(0:03:21) Your DJs Speak
(0:08:37) Mandy Patinkin with The Boys Choir of Harlem — Ya Got Trouble (In River City)
(0:12:13) Scott Bradlee and Postmodern Jukebox feat. Kate Davis — All About That Bass
(0:15:52) Professor Elemental — You’re Being Hunted
(0:19:12) Your Old Droog — Droog’s Anthem
(0:22:54) Your DJs Speak
(0:26:28) The Everly Brothers — Sitting in My Lifeguard Seat (Coca-Cola commercial)
(0:27:56) Grateful Dead — Tico-Tico (live in Atlanta, 1973-12-12)
(0:29:34) Morphine — Buena
(0:33:26) Frank Zappa and The Mothers of Invention — Cheap Thrills
(0:36:06) Marvin Gaye — Flyin’ High (In the Friendly Sky)
(0:39:56) Your DJs Speak
(0:45:32) Jay and The Americans — Things Go Better with Coca-Cola (Coca-Cola commercial)
(0:46:31) Jesse Winchester — Rhumba Man
(0:49:51) Galt MacDermot — Space
(0:51:43) Mark O’Connor — Take Five
(0:54:29) Digable Planets with Lester Bowie and Wah Wah Watson — Flyin’ High in the Brooklyn Sky
(1:01:02) Your DJs Speak
(1:08:59) The American Breed — Walking Through the Park with You (Coca-Cola commercial)
(1:10:00) Les Baxter — Boomada
(1:12:31) Beyoncé feat. Jay-Z — Drunk in Love
(1:18:16) Bruz Fletcher — She’s My Most Intimate Friend
(1:20:59) Lake Street Dive — I Want You Back
(1:25:16) Your DJs Conclude
(1:35:20) Edwin Astley — The Saint: Closing Titles (Black and White)

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Episode #105: Why Do All the Boys Just Pass Us By?

January 10, 2015

Could it be we just don’t try? Or is it the clothes we wear? We don’t know but we hope we can get listenership up with this week’s program in which we present THREE different versions of Georgy Girl, all of them by The Seekers. That might not be enough so we have even more Australians plus some Motown with and without vocals, words from sponsors, Blossom and Nina and Ella, covers and parodies and comedy songs and more and you ain’t heard nothing yet.

Download and listen (please) because it’s too cold to do anything else anyway.

(0:00:00) The Seekers — Georgy Girl (introduction to Georgy Girl (1965))
(0:02:17) Your DJs Begin
(0:05:45) The Seekers — Georgy Girl (single version)
(0:07:59) The Easybeats — Friday on My Mind
(0:10:42) Nancy Sinatra and Lee Hazlewood — Summer Wine
(0:14:58) Rolf Harris — Tie Me Kangaroo Down, Sport
(0:18:02) Your DJs Speak
(0:21:45) Lio — Les brunes comptent pas pour des prunes
(0:24:51) The Overtones — Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go
(0:28:19) Jan and Dean — Things Go Better with Coca-Cola (Coca-Cola commercial)
(0:29:20) Weird Al Yankovic — Word Crimes
(0:33:05) Run the Jewels — Jeopardy
(0:36:28) Your DJs Speak
(0:43:54) The Supremes — Stop! In the Name of Love (without lead vocals)
(0:46:46) The Spinners — It’s a Shame
(0:50:19) The Spinners — It’s a Shame (without lead vocals)
(0:53:32) TLC — Creep
(0:57:58) Your DJs Speak
(1:00:33) Freddy Cannon — Every Little Town Across the USA
(1:01:33) Burma Orchestra Saing Waing — I Want You
(1:04:37) Nina Simone — Ballad of Hollis Brown
(1:09:33) Warren Brown and Adam Goddard — Big Block Singsong: Space Friends
(1:11:34) The Percy Faith Orchestra — Tico-Tico
(1:15:08) Ella Fitzgerald — Jingle Bells
(1:17:57) Blossom Dearie — It Might as Well Be Spring
(1:21:07) Morgana King — It’s Only a Paper Moon
(1:23:56) Your DJs Conclude
(1:34:27) The Seekers — Georgy Girl (conclusion to Georgy Girl (1965))

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Episode #104: Gently Down the Stream

January 3, 2015

We ease gently into the New Year with some great instrumental and other covers, vintage hip-hop, a beautiful but terribly sad song by Patty Griffin, one-hit wonders from the 70s, 80s, and 30s, music box holiday music, a few pop-tune words from our sponsor, a little folk and country and soul, an unusual vocal version of a well-known TV theme, and a little more still.

We’re sorry, but that’s all we’ve got right now. That should hold you for a while. Please download and listen and tell a friend.

(0:00:00) Tina Turner — Row, Row, Row Your Boat
(0:00:52) Your DJs Speak
(0:01:58) The Hollyridge Strings — Dance, Dance, Dance
(0:04:11) Pras feat. Ol’ Dirty Bastard and Mya — Ghetto Supastar
(0:08:33) The Shires — Islands in the Stream
(0:11:57) Ivy — I’ve Got You Memorized
(0:15:45) Your DJs Speak
(0:18:35) Roy Orbison — Baby, How It Hurts to Break Up (Coca-Cola commercial)
(0:21:06) Patty Griffin — Long Ride Home
(0:24:39) Judy Collins — Both Sides Now
(0:28:13) Sandy Denny — Écoute, écoute
(0:32:09) Maria McKee — The Way Young Lovers Do
(0:35:39) Your DJs Speak
(0:39:04) Nancy Sinatra — You’ve Been Out Six Nights This Week (Coca-Cola commercial)
(0:40:37) Carl Perkins — Everybody’s Tryin’ to Be My Baby (alternate take)
(0:42:50) Rufus Thomas — Funky Mississippi
(0:45:46) “Household” Regina Music Box — Jingle Bells
(0:46:46) McGuinness Flint — When I’m Dead and Gone
(0:50:26) GZA/Genius — Liquid Swords
(0:54:58) Your DJs Speak
(0:59:50) Gary Lewis and The Playboys — You Say You Miss Someone (Coca-Cola commercial)
(1:01:22) Joseph Schmidt — Tiritomba
(1:03:54) Martika — Toy Soldiers
(1:09:07) Viktoria Mullova — Tico-Tico
(1:13:10) Jorge Ben — Take It Easy My Brother Charles
(1:15:46) Cosmonauti — For a Few Dollars More
(1:18:11) Belle and Sebastian — Wrapped Up in Books
(1:21:43) Swiss “Coffin” Music Box by Mermod — Auld Lang Syne
(1:22:30) Your DJs Conclude
(1:32:46) Lorne Greene — Theme to Bonanza

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Episode #103: Big, Black, Refreshing, and Seasonal

December 27, 2014

One non-Christmas show per holiday season is not enough so we made another one. Seasonal devotees can delight in singing snowmen, resonant young lads with good news, the man with the bag, Martha Wainwright, Anna McGarrigle, Ramsey Lewis, and Louis Armstrong. Everyone else can enjoy music funny enough to delight a one-year-old, Burl Ives, funk, Otis, Beach Boys backing tracks, a monstrously huge hit or two, Tico-Tico sung by an actual Brasilian, a few words from our sponsor, and more, including a secret theme. And then Wes helps us end the show with the theme song to a new TV show (out with old, in with the new).

Download and listen, please! And spread the word. Business has been stable but new listeners are always welcome.

(0:00:00) Warren Brown and Adam Goddard — Big Block Singsong: Magician
(0:02:00) Your DJs Speak
(0:04:05) Warren Brown and Adam Goddard — Le rock des blocs: Le Magicien
(0:06:06) The Notorious B.I.G. — Going Back to Cali
(0:11:15) Hallmark Snowmen — I’m Gonna Eat Some Candy Canes (Nog, Nog, Nog) (2008 Hallmark Christmas toy)
(0:11:49) Burl Ives — Mama Don’t Want No Peas No Rice
(0:14:56) Zapp — More Bounce to the Ounce (Part 1)
(0:18:57) Your DJs Speak
(0:25:00) Lesley Gore — Do You Know What We Did Last Night? (Coca-Cola commercial)
(0:26:33) Joel Cohen with The Boston Camerata — Nouvelles, nouvelles
(0:28:07) Black Prairie featuring Sallie Ford — (Everybody’s Waiting’ For) The Man with the Bag
(0:32:06) Mary Small (“The Little Girl with the Big Voice”) — Love Thy Neighbor (from Love Thy Neighbor, Fleischer Bros. Screen Song (1934))
(0:35:58) Aloe Blacc — The Man
(0:39:44) Your DJs Speak
(0:46:41) Martha Wainwright and Anna McGarrigle — Trois anges sont venus ce soir/I’ll Be Home for Christmas (Live, 2011)
(0:52:31) Otis Redding — I’ve Got Dreams to Remember
(0:55:45) Ramsey Lewis Trio — Winter Wonderland
(0:57:55) Louis Armstrong — Cool Yule
(1:00:50) Your DJs Speak
(1:06:31) The Vogues — Another Dressing Room in Another Town (Coca-Cola commercial)
(1:08:03) Daniela Mercury — Tico-Tico no Fubá
(1:11:32) Rihanna feat. Jay-Z — Umbrella
(1:16:32) The Beach Boys — Good Vibrations (stereo track sections)
(1:20:20) The Black Keys — Tighten Up
(1:23:51) Your DJs Conclude
(1:31:53) Wes Young with Blaze n Vill — Who’s da King? (Opening theme to All Hail King Julien)

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Episode #102: A Few, Not All, of Our Favorite Things

December 20, 2014

This week our non-Christmas show includes more than a few Christmas songs because we make it up as we go along. But that’s fine because we also have show tunes and soul and country and vintage hip-hop and South Park and several words from our very wordy sponsor. We have unusual covers, artists we’ve never played on the show before, old music, fresh new music, and other stuff.

It might actually be the most wonderful time of the year. Please download and listen and confirm it.

(0:00:00) Brian Doyle-Murray — The Littlest Christmas Tree
(0:01:12) Your DJs Speak
(0:03:20) Björk — Can’t Help Lovin’ Dat Man (from Showboat)
(0:07:00) Glasvegas — A Snowflake Fell (And It Felt Like a Kiss)
(0:11:24) R.E.M. — Love Is All Around
(0:14:36) Labrinth — Shake It Off
(0:18:48) Your DJs Speak Again
(0:25:04) The Easybeats — I Went Dancing on a Saturday Night (Coca-Cola commercial)
(0:26:09) Santa Claus and Jesus Christ — Christmas Medley
(0:30:57) Mary Denise Cawley — The Day That Santa Cried
(0:33:41) The Chieftains with The Renaissance Singers and David Drinkel — Ding Dong Merrily on High
(0:35:55) Tom Lehrer — (I’m Spending) Hanukkah in Santa Monica
(0:37:44) Your DJs Speak Yet Again
(0:42:47) Mary Martin — I’ve Gotta Crow (from Peter Pan (Original Broadway Cast Recording) (1954))
(0:45:56) Mary J. Blige — My Favorite Things
(0:49:47) Eric Cartman, South Park — Cheesy Poofs
(0:50:05) Trevor Pinnock and The English Concert and Choir — His yoke is easy, his burthen is light (from Handel’s Messiah)
(0:52:18) The Band — When You Awake (Live)
(0:55:22) Your DJs Speak Another Time
(0:59:50) The Left Banke — On a Day Like Today When You're Down (Coca-Cola commercial)
(1:00:54) The Band Perry — Gentle on My Mind (from I’ll Be Me (2014))
(1:04:01) Alabama Shakes — I Found You
(1:07:31) Lennon Stella and Maisy Stella — We Got a Love (from Nashville)
(1:10:47) Lee Fields — It’s All Over (But the Crying)
(1:14:55) Your DJs Speak Once More
(1:18:47) The Box Tops — See the Pretty Girls in the Little Town Square (Coca-Cola commercial)
(1:19:47) New York’s Ensemble for Early Music — Riu, riu, chiu
(1:21:56) Johnny Cash with June Carter Cash — Jackson
(1:24:39) James Last — Tico-Tico
(1:27:51) A Tribe Called Quest — Skypager
(1:30:05) Your DJs Wrap Things Up
(1:36:15) Carroll O’Connor and Jean Stapleton — Those Were the Days (Theme to All in the Family)

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