Dave’s Gone By Interview (3/31/05): HIS MIGHTY ROBOT

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Dave Lefkowitz interviews Soda, H Rocker and Barrett Hiatt of the band His Mighty Robot

Topics include: music, rock.

Segment originally aired March 31, 2005, as part of the “Dave’s Gone By” radio program hosted by Dave Lefkowitz.

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Dave’s Gone By #121 (3/31/05): HOT BOT


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host: Dave Lefkowitz
guests: the band, His Mighty Robot (Soda, Mike, H Rocker).

Featuring: Dave chats with the band, His Mighty Robot. Plus: Inside Broadway.

00:00:00 DAVE GOES IN
00:04:00 INSIDE BROADWAY
00:08:30 DAVE’S GOT GUESTS – His Mighty Robot (band)
00:41:00 Friends
00:52:30 DAVE GOES OUT

March 31, 2005 Playlist: “Birth,” “Birth” {live in-studio} & “Play Pretend” {live in-studio} (His Mighty Robot)

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(Pictured: H Rocker and Soda of His Mighty Robot, a hot bot.)

Dave’s Gone By #120 (3/24/05): A VERY GOOD SHOW


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host: Dave Lefkowitz
guests: author Larry Cuocci (“A Very Good Year”) and Rabbi Sol Solomon, spiritual leader of Temple Sons of Bitches in Great Neck, NY.

Featuring: Dave chats with author Larry Cuocci. Plus: Dave Goes Off on Parking and Rabbi Sol Solomon’s Purimspiel.

00:00:01  DAVE GOES IN
00:08:00  DAVE GOES OFF – Parking
00:16:00  DAVE’S GOT GUESTS – author Larry Cuocci (“A Very Good Year”)
00:38:00  SKIT: Rabbi Sol Solomon’s Purimspiel
00:52:00  DAVE GOES OUT

March 24, 2005 Playlist: “A Wake Up Call” & “A Viennese Freilach” (New Orleans Klezmer Allstars).

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(pictured: A Very Good Year, Larry Cuocci, parking n’ Purim)

Dave’s Gone By Interview (3/24/05): LARRY CUOCCI

a2Dave Lefkowitz interviews Long Island author Larry Cuocci

Topics include: A Very Good Year, Long Island.

Segment originally aired March 24, 2005, as part of the “Dave’s Gone By” radio program hosted by Dave Lefkowitz.

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Dave’s Gone By Interview (3/17/05): JEREMY LUBIN & JOSH RUBIN (aka The Ubin Twinz)


UbinTwinzDave Lefkowitz interviews “Derailroaded” filmmakers The Ubin Twinz (Jeremy Lubin & Josh Rubin)

Topics include: Wild Man Fischer, Derailroaded.

Segment originally aired March 17, 2005, as part of the “Dave’s Gone By” radio program hosted by Dave Lefkowitz.

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Dave’s Gone By #119 (3/17/05): RERAILROADED

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host: Dave Lefkowitz
guests: Josh Rubin & Jeremy Lubin (“The Ubin Twinz”), makers of the documentary, “Derailroaded,” about Larry “Wild Man” Fischer.

Featuring: Dave chats with Josh Rubin & Jeremy Lubin, creators of the Wild Man Fischer documentary, Derailroaded.

00:00:01  DAVE GOES IN
00:07:00  DAVE’S GOT GUESTS – Filmmakers Jeremy Lubin & Josh Rubin (“The Ubin Twinz”)
00:51:00  DAVE GOES OUT

March 17, 2005 Playlist: “My Name is Larry,” “The Mope,” “Go to Rhino Records,” “Back in Time,” “All I Think About is You,” “Derailroaded,” “Young At Heart” (Wild Man Fischer).

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(Pictured: Wild Man Fischer with the Ubin Twinz.)

Dave’s Gone By Interview (3/10/05): ALAN ANDERSON


AlanAndersonDave Lefkowitz interviews author and Irving Berlin expert Alan Anderson

Topics include: Irving Berlin, This is the Army, The Songwriter Goes to War

Segment originally aired March 10, 2005, as part of the “Dave’s Gone By” radio program hosted by Dave Lefkowitz.

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Dave’s Gone By #118 (3/10/05): IN BERLIN, BY THE WAR


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host: Dave Lefkowitz
guest: author Alan Anderson (“The Songwriter Goes to War”)

Featuring: Dave chats with Alan Anderson, author of the Irving Berlin bio, “The Songwriter Goes to War.” Plus: The World Weird Web on Kibo.

00:00:00  DAVE GOES IN
00:07:00  DAVE’S GOT GUESTS – Alan Anderson
00:41:00  WORLD WEIRD WEB – “Kibo”
00:54:00  DAVE GOES OUT
March 10, 2005 Playlist: “Overture” & “Oh, How I Hate to Get Up in the Morning” (“This is the Army”); “Love Love Love in Everything You Do”

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(pictured: The Songwriter Goes to War, Kibo, Irving Berlin Songbook)

Dave’s Gone By Interview (3/3/05): CHARLES GROSS


CharlesGross10Dave Lefkowitz interviews “Two on the Aisle” theater critic Charles Gross

Topics include: Broadway, Two on the Aisle

Segment originally aired March 3, 2005, as part of the “Dave’s Gone By” radio program hosted by Dave Lefkowitz.

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Dave’s Gone By #117 (3/3/05): GROSS POINTS FARMED

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host: Dave Lefkowitz
guests: theater critic Charles Gross and Rabbi Sol Solomon, spiritual leader of Temple Sons of Bitches, Great Neck, NY.

Featuring: Dave chats with theater critic Charles Gross. Plus: the satirical News Gone By and the skit, Is it Good for the Jews; with Rabbi Sol Solomon

00:00:01  DAVE GOES IN
00:04:00  DAVE’S GONE CULTURAL – w/ theater critic Charles Gross
00:24:00  NEWS GONE BY
00:46:00  SKIT – “Is It Good for the Jews” w/ Rabbi Sol Solomon on the ailing Pope
00:52:00  DAVE GOES OUT

March 3, 2005 Playlist: “Caroline, No” & “Good Vibrations” (Beach Boys, excerpts)

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(Pictured: Charles Gross, His Popiness, Their Jewiness.)