Featuring: Dave celebrates the mutual birthdays of Stephen Sondheim and Andrew Lloyd Webber. Plus: The World Weird Web (Yiddish Cat) and the satirical News Gone By.
00:00:01 DAVE GOES IN
00:17:00 WORLD WEIRD WEB – Yiddish Cat
00:24:00 NEWS GONE BY
00:58:00 Dave on Sondheim & Lloyd Webber
01:18:00 DAVE GOES OUT
March 22, 2004 Playlist: “Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds” (William Shatner), “Number One” (Chico Marx), “Move On” (Sunday in the Park with George), “As If We Never Said Goodbye” (Sunset Boulevard), “Whistle Down the Wind” (Whistle Down the Wind), “Being Alive” (Company).
(pictured: The Cat in the Hat, Stephen Sondheim, Andrew Lloyd Webber)
Dave Lefkowitz interviews radio personality Joe Salzone
Segment originally aired March 1, 2004 as part of the “Dave’s Gone By” radio program hosted by Dave Lefkowitz.
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host: Dave Lefkowitz
guests: radio personality Joe Salzone and Rabbi Sol Solomon, spiritual leader of Temple Sons of Bitches, Great Neck, NY.
Featuring: Dave chats with radio personality Joe Salzone. Plus: the satirical News Gone By, Dave Goes Off on Newsday & the FCC, Glenn Miller remembered, and Rabbi Sol Solomon reviews The Passion.
00:00:01 SKIT: “The Passion of the Sol” (w/ Rabbi Sol Solomon & Joe Salzone)
00:09:00 DAVE GOES IN: What’s on the show
00:17:00 DAVE GOES OFF: Newsday’s Redesign & Hounding Howard Stern
00:34:00 GUEST: Joe Salzone
01:02:00 NEWS GONE BY: Laden Gotten?; Gay Weddings; Goyishe Fiddler; Fat Pig; Ump Chump; Condom Sale; Chocolate Foam; Crazy Haiti; The Cruelty of the Christ.
01:16:00 DAVE GOES OUT: Glenn Miller tribute
March 1, 2004 Playlist: “Capital Punishment (excerpt)” (George Carlin), “Moonlight Serenade,” “Everybody Loves My Baby” & “Adios” (Glenn Miller).
(Pictured from top: Joe Salzone, Rabbi Sol Solomon, J.C., Glenn Miller.)