Dave’s Gone By Interview (1/29/11) – ROSS BROWN


a1Dave Lefkowitz interviews television writer Ross Brown

Topics include: television, scriptwriting

Segment originally aired Jan. 29, 2011 as part of the “Dave’s Gone By” radio program hosted by Dave Lefkowitz.

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Dave’s Gone By #341 (1/29/11): BYTE ME


a1Host: Dave Lefkowitz

Guest: Ross Brown

Featuring: Dave chats with TV writer Ross Brown (“The Cosby Show,” “Byte-Sized Television”). Also: A musical farewell to Jack LaLanne, Bob Dylan: “Sooner & Later,” and Rabbi Sol Solomon’s Rabbinical Reflection on Taco Bell.

00:00:01 DAVE GOES IN
00:10:00 DAVE SAYS BYE to Jack LaLanne
00:18:30 SATURDAY SEGUE – Fitness
01:04:00 GUEST: Ross Brown
02:03:30 Sponsors
02:11:30 Bob Dylan: “Sooner & Later”
02:37:00 Dave on Groundhog Day
02:42:00 Weather & Sponsors
02:47:30 Rabbinical Reflections with Rabbi Sol Solomon – Taco Bell
02:59:00 DAVE GOES OUT

Jan. 29, 2011 Playlist: “Hand Me Down My Jogging Shoes” (00:18:30; Tom Paxton). “Running to Stand Still” (00:21:00; U2). “The Hardy Boys at the Y” (00:25:30; aka “The Untitled”; Loudon Wainwright III; 00:25:30). “Face Exercises” (00:30:30; Jack LaLanne). “Jumping Jack Flash” (00:35:00; The Rolling Stones). “Workout Buddies” (University; 00:38:30), “You’re So Physical” (Adam Ant; 00:41:30), “Let’s Get Physical” (Olivia Newton John; 00:46:00), “Chicken Fat” (Robert Preston; 00:57:00). “TVC 15” (01:59:00; David Bowie). “Can You Please Crawl Out Your Window?” (02:12:00), “Where Are You Tonight? (Journey Through Dark Heat”) (02:15:00), “Not Dark Yet” (02:21:30), “Dark Eyes” (02:28:00), “Winterlude” (02:33:00) & “Winter Wonderland” (02:35:00) (Bob Dylan), “Regyptian Strut” (02:54:30; Frank Zappa).
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(pictured: Ross Brown, Jack LaLanne, Taco Bell.)

Dave’s Gone By Interview (1/22/11) – VICKI LAWRENCE


Dave Lefkowitz interviews actress-comedienne, Vicki Lawrence

Topics include: comedy, The Carol Burnett Show.

Segment originally aired Jan. 22, 2011 as part of the “Dave’s Gone By” radio program hosted by Dave Lefkowitz.

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Dave’s Gone By #340 (1/22/11): VICKTORY

Guest: actress Vicki Lawrence

Featuring: Dave chats with actress Vicki Lawrence (“The Carol Burnett Show,” “Mama’s Family”). Also: Dave Goes Off on Keith Olbermann’s exit and Dave Says Bye to Romulus Linney and Don Kirshner. Plus: Rabbi Sol Solomon’s Rabbinical Reflection on Regis Philbin, and Bob Dylan: “Sooner & Later.”

Host: Dave Lefkowitz

00:00:01 DAVE GOES IN
00:07:00 DAVE on Vicki Lawrence
00:23:00 DAVE SAYS BYE to Don Kirshner
00:40:30 DAVE SAYS BYE to Romulus Linney
00:47:00 SATURDAY SEGUE – Dave’s Faves
01:08:00 GUEST: Vicki Lawrence
01:59:00 Sponsors
02:04:00 Bob Dylan: “Sooner & Later” (Dave’s Faves)
02:37:00 Contest
02:40:00 Rabbinical Reflections with Rabbi Sol Solomon: “Regis”
02:47:00 Dave’s Birthday, Weather, Sponsors & Friends
02:58:00 DAVE GOES OFF on Keith Olbermann’s exit
03:06:30 DAVE GOES OUT

Jan. 22, 2011 Playlist: “Homeless Mama” Skit (00:15:00), “The Night the Lights Went Out in Georgia” (01:05:00) & “Your Lies” (01:52:30; Vicki Lawrence), “Pretty Betty” (25:30:00; Bobby Darin), “Stairway to Heaven” (00:28:00; Neil Sedaka), “Take a Giant Step” (00:30:30) & “I’m a Believer” (00:36:30; The Monkees); “Sweet Caroline” (00:33:00; Neil Diamond); “Coming Up Close” (00:47:30; Til Tuesday); “On the Way Home” (00:52:00; Neil Young); “Take Me Home” (00:55:00; Tom Waits). “I Dig Rock n’ Roll Music” (01:49:00; Vicki Lawrence & Carol Burnett). “Tell Me, Momma” (live 1966, 02:05:30), “Positively 4th Street” (02:10:00), “One of Us Must Know (Sooner or Later)” (02:14:00), “Seven Days” (live, 02:19:00), “From a Buick 6” (02:23:00), “Mostly Likely You Go Your Way (and I’ll Go Mine)” (live, 02:26:00), “Just Like a Woman” (02:29:00) & “Buckets of Rain” (03:07:30) (Bob Dylan). “Birthday Blues” (02:45:30; Bert Jansch).
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(pictured: Vicki Lawrence, Romulus Linney, Don Kirshner, Regis Philbin.)

Dave’s Gone By #339 (1/15/11): BELL TOWERS


a1host: Dave Lefkowitz

Guests: author Joel Samberg (“Grandpa Had a Long One”) & press agent Jonathan Slaff.

Featuring: Dave chats with author Joel Samberg, the grandson of late novelty-song king, Benny Bell. Also: A talk with public relations expert Jonathan Slaff about his years working with Ellen Stewart of La MaMa E.T.C. Plus: Rabbi Sol Solomon’s Rabbinical Reflections on MLK, and Bob Dylan: “Sooner & Later.”

00:00:01 DAVE GOES IN
00:16:00 GUEST: Jonathan Slaff
00:44:00 SATURDAY SEGUE – Margaret Whiting & Broadcast
00:56:00 GUEST: Joel Samberg
02:06:00 Sponsors
02:14:00 Bob Dylan: “Sooner & Later”
02:38:00 Contest & Sponsors
02:46:30 Rabbinical Reflections with Rabbi Sol Solomon: “MLK”
02:56:00 Weather
02:59:00 DAVE SAYS BYE: Margaret Whiting
03:00:00 DAVE GOES OUT

Jan. 15, 2011 Playlist: “She’s Still Got It” (00:05:30), “Noses Run in My Family” (00:55:30), “Go Take a Ship for Yourself” (01:06:30), “Pincus the Peddler” (01:32:30) & “Everybody Wants My Fanny” (02:00:30) (Benny Bell), “Shaving Cream” Paul Wynn (arr. Benny Bell) (01:23:00). “Come On, Let’s Go” (00:12:30) & “Paper Cuts” (00:47:00; Broadcast). “Time After Time” (00:44:00), “My Foolish Heart” (00:50:30) & “It’s Great to Be Alive” (Margaret Whiting; 03:01:00). “Mama, You Been On My Mind” (02:14:30), “Tough Mama” (02:17:30), “See That My Grave is Kept Clean” (02:21:30), “Belle Isle” (02:24:00), “Moonlight” (02:27:00), “Silver Bells” (02:30:00) & “Ring Them Bells” (02:32:30) (Bob Dylan). “A Tribute to a King” (02:51:30; William Bell).
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(Pictured: Joel Samberg, “Grandpa had a Long One,” Trish Keenan, Martin Luther King, Jack Wrangler & Margaret Whiting, Jonathan Slaff, Ellen Stewart.)

Dave’s Gone By Interview (1/15/11) – JONATHAN SLAFF


a8Following the death of La MaMa ETC’s founder Ellen Stewart, Dave Lefkowitz interviews company press agent Jonathan Slaff

Topics include: La MaMa, Ellen Stewart, Off-Off-Broadway.

Segment originally aired Jan. 15, 2011 as part of the “Dave’s Gone By” radio program hosted by Dave Lefkowitz.

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Dave’s Gone By Interview (1/15/11) – JOEL SAMBERG

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Dave Lefkowitz interviews Benny Bell’s grandson, author Joel Samberg

Topics include: novelty music, Belly Bell, Shaving Cream.

Segment originally aired Jan. 15, 2011 as part of the “Dave’s Gone By” radio program hosted by Dave Lefkowitz.

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

Dave’s Gone By Interview (1/8/11) – CHARLES FOX


a2Dave Lefkowitz interviews television composer Charles Fox

Topics include: theme songs, Jim Croce, Roberta Flack, “Happy Days,” “Love American Style.”

Segment originally aired Jan. 8, 2011 as part of the “Dave’s Gone By” radio program hosted by Dave Lefkowitz.

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Dave’s Gone By #338 (1/8/11): 21st CENTURY FOX


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Host: Dave Lefkowitz

Guest: Charles Fox

Featuring: Dave chats with songwriter & TV theme composer Charles Fox. Plus: Dave Goes Off on NPR, David Bowie birthday tribute, and Bob Dylan: “Sooner & Later.”

00:00:01 DAVE GOES IN
00:20:00 GUEST: Charles Fox
00:57:00 Dave – Friends of the Daverhood
01:12:30 SATURDAY SEGUE – David Bowie Birthday Tribute
01:50:00 Weather
01:55:30 DAVE GOES OFF: on NPR, part 1
02:03:00 BOB DYLAN – Sooner & Later
02:22:30 DAVE GOES OFF: on NPR, part 2
02:51:30 DAVE GOES OFF: on Ebert’s Tweet
02:54:00 Sponsors & Upcoming Guests
02:59:00 DAVE GOES OUT

Jan. 8, 2011 Playlist: “Killing Me Softly” (Roberta Flack; 00:15:00), “Happy Days” (00:11:00), “Love Boat Theme” (00:13:00) & “Love American Style” (00:54:00) (Charles Fox), “I Got a Name” (00:42:30; Jim Croce), “Golden Years” (01:12:30), “Because You’re Young” (01:16:30), “Never Get Old” (01:21:30), “Fill Your Heart” (01:25:30), “Somebody Up There Likes Me” (01:29:00), “God Knows I’m Good” (01:35:00), “Survive” (01:38:30), “Song for Bob Dylan” (02:03:00) & “Heroes” (03:00:00; David Bowie). “Love Minus Zero/No Limit” (live; 02:07:00), “What Can I Do for You” (02:11:00), Obviously Five Believers” (02:19:30), “They Killed Him” (02:23:00) & “I Shall Be Free No. 10” (02:27:00; Bob Dylan), “Wallflower” (02:17:00; Doug Sahm & Band). “Everybody Wants My Fanny” (02:57:30; Benny Bell).
(pictured: Charles Fox, NPR, David Bowie)

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