Dave’s Gone By Interview (11/13/10) – WARD MOREHOUSE III


a2Dave Lefkowitz interviews entertainment and travel journalist Ward Morehouse III

Topics include: Broadway, travel, hotels, New York Post.

Segment originally aired Nov. 13, 2010 as part of the “Dave’s Gone By” radio program hosted by Dave Lefkowitz.

Apologies for the technical difficulties: A high-pitched whining noise plays throughout spoken segments on this episode – sorry!

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Dave’s Gone By #333 (11/13/10): BEST LITTLE MOREHOUSE


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Featuring: Dave chats with veteran entertainment journalist Ward Morehouse. Plus: A 65th birthday tribute to Neil Young and Bob Dylan: Sooner & Later.

host: Dave Lefkowitz

guest: entertainment journalist and travel writer, Ward Morehouse III

Note: Owing to technical difficulties, some portions of the original broadcast were not recorded. A re-recorded opening segment has been added, and a couple of songs have been omitted from the archive.

00:00:01 DAVE GOES IN
00:08:00 SATURDAY SEGUE (music mix)
00:15:00 SATURDAY SEGUE: Neil Young
00:24:00 GUEST: War Morehouse III
01:32:00 SATURDAY SEGUE: hotels
01:39:00 Bob Dylan: “Sooner & Later” – Memory
01:45:00 DAVE GOES OUT

Nov. 13, 2010 Playlist: “The Man Who Sold the World” (David Bowie), “When My Ship Comes In” (Jill Sobule), “Saddle Up the Palomino,” “Out of My Mind” & “Old Man” (Neil Young), “Glass Hotel” (Robyn Hitchcock), “Chelsea Hotel No. 2” (Leonard Cohen), “I Forgot More Than You Will Ever Know,” “I’ll Remember You” (Bob Dylan).
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pictured: hotel lobby, Ward Morehouse III, Neil Young)

Dave’s Gone By Interview (11/6/10) – MAX MCLEAN


a2Dave Lefkowitz interviews actor Max McLean

Topics include: The Screwtape Letters, off-Broadway.

Segment originally aired Nov. 6, 2010 as part of the “Dave’s Gone By” radio program hosted by Dave Lefkowitz.

Apologies for some sound quality issues in the recording of this interview – sorry!

Please Note: Interview segments extracted from “Dave’s Gone By” may have music and other elements removed for timing and media re-posting considerations. For the full interview with all elements, please visit the audio of the complete original broadcast: Full Episode

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More information on Dave’s Gone By: http://www.davesgoneby.com

Dave’s Gone By #332 (11/06/10): TO THE MAX

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host: Dave Lefkowitz

guest: Max McLean (The Screwtape Letters)

Featuring: Dave chats with Max McLean, star of off-Broadway’s The Screwtape Letters.

 

Note: Owing to technical difficulties, some portions of the original broadcast were not recorded. A re-recorded opening segment has been added, and a couple of songs have been omitted from the archive.

00:00:01 DAVE GOES IN
00:17:00 SATURDAY SEGUE: devilry
00:23:00 GUEST: Max McLean
00:50:00 SATURDAY SEGUE: more devilry
01:13:00 Bob Dylan: “Sooner & Later” (election time)
01:45:00 DAVE GOES OUT

Nov. 6, 2010 Playlist: “Go On Ahead” (Liz Phair; 00:05:00), “Lesson in Survival” (Joni Mitchell; 00:08:00), “Razor Love” (Neil Young; 00:11:00), “Friend of the Devil” (Grateful Dead; 00:17:00), “The Devil’s Been Busy” (Traveling Wilburys; 00:20:00), “Devil’s Haircut” (Beck; 00:49:00), “Devil in Her Heart” (The Beatles; 00:52:00), “Up Jumped the Devil” (Nick Cave; 00:55:00), “Straight to Hell” (The Clash; 01:00:00), “November” (Tom Waits; 01:05:00), “Remember” (John Lennon; 01:09:00), “Political World” (01:13:00), “Ballad of a Thin Man” (live 1966) (01:16:00), “This Land is Your Land” (01:23:00), “World Gone Wrong” (01:29:00) & “I’ve Got My Mind Made Up” (01:33:00) (Bob Dylan), “Veteran’s Day Poppy” (Captain Beefheart & the Magic Band; 01:36:00), “If I Were a Rich Man” (“Fiddler on the Roof,” original Broadway cast; 01:40:30).

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(pictured: Max McClean, The Screwtape Letters, Bob Dylan.)