Dave’s Gone By Interview (3/26/11) – RUSTY WARREN & Rabbi Sol Solomon

a2Rabbi Sol Solomon interviews musical comedienne Rusty Warren

Topics include: comedy, music, party records.

Segment originally aired March 26, 2011 as part of the “Dave’s Gone By” radio program hosted by Dave Lefkowitz.

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Dave’s Gone By #348 (3/26/11): RUSTY NEVER SLEEPS


a1Host: Dave Lefkowitz

Host: Dave Lefkowitz
Guest: groundbreaking comedienne Rusty Warren

Featuring: Rabbi Sol Solomon chats with bawdy comedienne Rusty Warren. Also: the Saturday Segue (April songs), Inside Broadway (news), Bob Dylan: Sooner & Later (big ones) and Rabbi Sol Solomon’s Rabbinical Reflection on Japan.

00:00:01 DAVE GOES IN
00:10:30 SATURDAY SEGUE: April songs
00:37:30 INSIDE BROADWAY: Theater News
01:03:30 BOB DYLAN – Sooner & Later: Big Ones
01:34:00 GUEST: Rabbi Sol Solomon chats with Rusty Warren
02:29:30 DAVE – Sponsors & Weather
02:43:00 Rabbi Sol Solomon’s Rabbinical Reflection: Japan
01:21:30 Dave – Friends
01:27:30 DAVE GOES OUT

March 26, 2011 Playlist: (part one) “April Come She Will” (00:10:30; Simon & Garfunkel). “April Showers” (00:12:00; Al Jolson). “Intro/Hello Muddah/Love is Lovelier…” (00:15:00; Allan Sherman); “Pieces of April” (00:17:00; Three Dog Night). “April Fool’s Day Morn” (00:25:00; Loudon Wainwright III); “April” (00:29:00; PJ Harvey & John Paris). “April in Paris” (00:33:30; Billie Holiday). “Nowadays” (00:49:00; Chicago, 1996 Bway cast. “Arthur McBride” (01:04:30), “I Shall Be Free” (01:10:30), “Tangled Up in Blue” (01:15:00), “Girl from the North Country” (01:21:00) & “Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door” (live 1975, 01:24:00; Bob Dylan). “Tonight is Gonna Be the Night” (01:31:30), “Knockers Up” (01:41:30), “PTA” (02:00:30), “Bounce Your Boobies” (02:26:30) & “Am I Getting Old?” (01:34:00, Rusty Warren); “Make it Go Away (Radiation Song)” (Sheryl Crow; 02:49:30).

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(from top: Rusty Warren, Chicago, Lanford Wilson)

Dave’s Gone By Interview (3/19/11) – DR. DEMENTO


a2Dave Lefkowitz interviews radio legend Dr. Demento

Topics include: radio, novelty music, record collecting.

Segment originally aired March 19, 2011 as part of the “Dave’s Gone By” radio program hosted by Dave Lefkowitz.

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Dave’s Gone By #347 (3/19/11): THE DR. IS IN


a1Host: Dave Lefkowitz

Guest: radio personality Dr. Demento.

Dave chats with radio legend Dr. Demento. Also: the Saturday Segue (novelties), Bob Dylan: Sooner & Later (funny ones), Inside Broadway (Spamalot in Greeley), Dave Says Bye to Joe Morello, and Rabbi Sol Solomon’s Rabbinical Reflection on Purim.

00:00:01 DAVE GOES IN
00:17:00 SATURDAY SEGUE: Novelties
00:30:00 GUEST: Dr. Demento
01:47:00 SATURDAY SEGUE, pt. 2 – More Novelties
01:57:30 DAVE – Sponsors
02:06:30 BOB DYLAN – Sooner & Later: Funny Ones
02:37:30 INSIDE BROADWAY (Spamalot)
02:54:00 Rabbi Sol Solomon’s Rabbinical Reflection: Purim jokes
03:00:30 DAVE SAYS BYE: Joe Morello
03:04:30 DAVE – Weather & Friends
03:11:00 DAVE GOES OUT

March 19, 2011 Playlist: “Fish Heads” (00:17:00; Barnes & Barnes); “Poisoning Pigeons in the Park” (00:19:30; Tom Lehrer); “One Hippopotami” (00:21:30; Allan Sherman); “I’m My Own Grampaw” (00:25:00; Homer & Jethro); “Cocktails for Two” (00:27:30; Spike Jones). “They’re Coming to Take Me Away, Ha Ha” (01:47:00; Napoleon XIV); “One More Minute” (01:49:30; Weird Al Yankovic); “My Name is Larry” (01:53:30; Wild Man Fischer); “Mixed Up Confusion” (02:07:00), “Baby, I’m in the for You” (02:09:30), “The Ugliest Girl in the World” (02:12:30), “I Shall Be Free No. 10” (02:16:00), “Man Gave Names to All the Animals” (02:20:30), “Leopard Skin Pillbox Hat” (02:25:00), “All I Really Want to Do” (live, 02:29:00) & “Must Be Santa” (02:32:00; Bob Dylan). “You Can’t Succeed on Broadway” (02:38:00; Spamalot original 2005 Broadway cast), “Take Five” (Dave Brubeck Quartet; 02:59:00), “Knockers Up” (excerpt, 03:09:00; Rusty Warren); “Shaving Cream” (03:17:00; Paul Wynn/Benny Bell).

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(Pictured: Dr. Demento, Billy Mumy, Dr. D & Weird Al Yankovic, Purim, Spamalot.)

Dave’s Gone By Interview (3/12/11) – DAN BERN & Rabbi Sol Solomon

a1Rabbi Sol Solomon interviews singer-songwriter Dan Bern

Topics include: folk music, protest songs.

Segment originally aired March 12, 2011 as part of the “Dave’s Gone By” radio program hosted by Dave Lefkowitz.

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 Rabbi Sol Solomon: http://www.shalomdammit.com

Dave’s Gone By #346 (3/12/11): BERN UNIT


a1Featuring: Rabbi Sol Solomon chats with singer-songwriter Dan Bern. Also: Sponsors n’ weather, Inside Broadway (Footloose in Greeley), Dave Says Bye to Hugh Martin, Saturday Segue (Irish tunes), Bob Dylan: Sooner & Later (disaster songs), and Rabbi Sol Solomon’s Rabbinical Reflection on gas prices.

Host: Dave Lefkowitz

Guest: Dan Bern

00:00:01 DAVE GOES IN
00:09:30 MUSIC: Dan Bern
00:30:00 GUEST: Rabbi Sol Solomon chats with Dan Bern
01:09:30 DAVE – Sponsors, Bill Maher & Weather
01:34:30 INSIDE BROADWAY: Footloose
01:56:00 DAVE SAYS BYE: Hugh Martin
02:03:30 BOB DYLAN – Sooner & Later (disaster songs)
02:34:00 News from Japan
02:40:30 Rabbi Sol Solomon’s Rabbinical Reflection: gas prices
02:46:30 SATURDAY SEGUE – Irish tunes
03:01:30 DAVE SAYS HI – Friends of the show & upcoming guests
03:08:00 DAVE GOES OUT

March 12, 2011 Playlist: “Feel Like a Man” (00:09:30), “Revolution Begins in the Basement” (00:13:00), “Breathe” (00:17:00), “My Country II” (00:23:00), “Bush Must Be Defeated” (00:26:00) & “Remember Me” (01:05:30; Dan Bern). “I Can’t Stand Still” (01:32:30; Footloose, original Broadway cast), “The Song that Goes Like This” (01:52:00; Spamalot, original Broadway cast). “You Made Me Love You, For Me and My Gal, The Trolley Song” (01:57:00; Judy Garland); “Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas” (02:04:30), “Black Diamond Bay” (02:10:30), “I’d Hate to Be You on that Dreadful Day” (02:18:00), “Talking World War III Blues” (02:20:00), “Down in the Flood” (02:26:30) (Bob Dylan). “This Wheel’s on Fire” (02:29:00; The Byrds). “Celtic Ray” (02:46:30; Van Morrison & the Chieftains). “The Patriot Game” (02:50:00; The Clancy Brothers). “A Pair of Brown Eyes” (02:53:30; The Pogues); “Bounce Your Boobies” (excerpt, 03:06:30; Rusty Warren).
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(pictured: Dan Bern, Bill Maher, Hugh Martin, Footloose)

Dave’s Gone By Interview (3/5/11) – JEFF GOODMAN


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Dave Lefkowitz interviews his former radio co-host, Jeff Goodman

Topics include: Long Island, radio.

Segment originally aired March 5, 2011 as part of the “Dave’s Gone By” radio program hosted by Dave Lefkowitz.

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.

All content (c)2011 TotalTheater Productions.

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

Dave’s Gone By Interview (3/5/11): ELLIOT TIBER & Rabbi Sol Solomon


ElliotTiberRabbi Sol Solomon interviews “Taking Woodstock” author Elliot Tiber

Topics include: Yiddish theater, directing, off-Broadway.

Segment originally aired March 5, 2011 on the “Dave’s Gone By” radio program hosted by Dave Lefkowitz.

Note: Elliot Tiber passed away 8/3/16.

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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Dave’s Gone By #345 (3/5/11): TIBERSPACE

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Host: Dave Lefkowitz

Guests: Elliot Tiber and Jeff Goodman

Featuring: Rabbi Sol Solomon chats with author Elliot Tiber (“Taking Woodstock”). Also: Saturday Segue (Woodstock), Dylan – Sooner & Later (Suze Songs), Rabbi Sol Solomon’s Rabbinical Reflection on The Pope, and Inside Broadway (The Wizard of Oz, Riders in the sky).

Note: Elliot Tiber passed away 8/3/16.

00:00:01 DAVE GOES IN
00:14:00 SATURDAY SEGUE: Woodstock
00:26:00 GUEST: Rabbi Sol Solomon chats with Elliot Tiber
01:24:30 DAVE – Sponsors & Weather
01:47:30 INSIDE BROADWAY: (01:47:30; The Wizard of Oz) & ((01:56:30) Riders in the Sky)
02:06:00 Bob Dylan – Sooner & Later: Suze Songs
02:42:00 Rabbi Sol Solomon’s Rabbinical Reflection: The Pope
02:49:30 Friends of the Daverhood
02:55:00 GUEST – Jeff Goodman
03:17:30 DAVE GOES OUT

March 5, 2011 Playlist: “I Had a Dream” (00:14:00; John Sebastian), “Beautiful People” (00:17:00); “The Kids are All Right” (The Who, 00:20:00), “Woodstock” (Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young); “Zing Went the Strings of My Heart” (Judy Garland, 01:21:00); “Somewhere Over the Rainbow” (Judy Garland, 01:43:30). “Don’t Think Twice, It’s All Right” (02:09:30), “Tomorrow is a Long Time” (02:14:00), “Boots of Spanish Leather” (02:17:30), “Ballad in Plain D” (02:23:00), “Suze (The Cough Song)” (02:31:00) & “Forever Young” (02:33:00) (Bob Dylan).
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(pictured: Elliot Tiber, Woodstock, Woodstock poster, Suze Rotolo & Bob Dylan.)