Dave’s Gone By Interview (9/24/11) – GALLAGHER


GallagherDave Lefkowitz interviews comedian Gallagher

Topics include: comedy, watermelons.

Segment originally aired Sept. 24, 2011 on the “Dave’s Gone By” radio program hosted by Dave Lefkowitz.

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Dave’s Gone By Interview (9/24/11) – CHRIS LEMMON

a2Dave Lefkowitz interviews the son of Jack Lemmon, actor and singer Chris Lemmon

Topics include: movies, Jack Lemmon, cabaret.

Segment originally aired Sept. 24, 2011 on the “Dave’s Gone By” radio program hosted by Dave Lefkowitz.

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Dave’s Gone By #362 (9/24/11) – LEMMONY SNICKER


a1Host: Dave Lefkowitz
Guests: actor-musician Chris Lemmon & comedian Gallagher

Featuring: Dave chats with actor Chris Lemmon and comedian Gallagher. Plus: Dave Says Bye to R.E.M., Inside Broadway (news), and Rabbi Sol Solomon’s Rabbinical Reflection on Palestinian statehood.

00:00:01 DAVE GOES IN
00:13:00 SATURDAY SEGUE – Lemons
00:33:00 GUEST: Chris Lemmon
01:13:30 INSIDE BROADWAY (news & Dr. Selavy)
01:32:30 Weather & Sponsors
01:39:30 GUEST: Gallagher
02:26:30 BOB DYLAN – Sooner & Later
02:43:30 Rabbi Sol Solomon’s Rabbinical Reflection on Palestinian statehood
02:51:00 Friends
02:59:00 SATURDAY SEGUE – R.E.M.
03:28:00 DAVE GOES OUT

Sept. 24, 2011 Playlist: “Lemon” (00:13:00; U2), “Baby Lemonade” (Syd Barrett; 00:20:00); “The Lemon Song” (00:24:00; Led Zeppelin); “Lemon Tree” (Peter, Paul & Mary; 00:30:00), “A Twist of Lemmon” (excerpt, Chris Lemmon; 01:06:00); “Jingle” (01:24:00), “Bankrupt Blues” (01:24:30), “Future for Sale” (01:26:00), “Requiem” (01:27:00) & “Life on the Inside” (01:29:00; Dr. Selavy’s Magic Theater, 1972 off-Bway cast), Gallagher youtube clips (01:39:30 & 02:19:30; Gallagher); “Clean Cut Kid” (02:27:00), “Country Pie” (02:31:00), “Subterranean Homesick Blues” (02:32:30), “Neighborhood Bully” (02:35:00; Bob Dylan); “Fall on Me” (02:47:30), “Mr. Richards” (02:59:00), “Disturbance at the Heron House” (03:03:00), “Near Wild Heaven” (03:06:30), “Nightswimming” (03:17:00), “Me in Honey” (03:21:00), “I Am Superman” (03:25:30) “It’s the End of the World as We Know it” (03:32:00; R.E.M.).

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(pictured: Gallagher, Chris Lemmon, R.E.M., cd cover for Dr. Selavy’s Magic Theater.)

Dave’s Gone By Interview (9/17/11) – RITA GARDNER

a2Dave Lefkowitz interviews actress and singer Rita Gardner

Topics include: The Fantasticks.

Segment originally aired Sept. 17, 2011 on the “Dave’s Gone By” radio program hosted by Dave Lefkowitz.

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Dave’s Gone By #361 (9/17/11): LOVELY RITA

a1Host: Dave Lefkowitz

Guest: Actress Rita Gardner

Dave chats with actress Rita Gardner of the original Fantasticks. Plus an autumnal Saturday Segue, Bob Dylan – Sooner & Later (fall)  and Rabbi Sol Solomon’s Rabbinical Reflection (9/11).

00:00:01 DAVE GOES IN
00:08:30 SATURDAY SEGUE – Autumn 1
00:33:30 GUEST: Rita Gardner
01:16:00 Sponsors
01:24:30 SATURDAY SEGUE – Autumn 2
01:39:30 INSIDE BROADWAY
01:55:00 BOB DYLAN – Sooner & Later (Fall)
02:33:00 Rabbi Sol Solomon’s Rabbinical Reflection on 9/11
02:41:00 DAVE GOES OFF – on Potato Day
02:52:00 DAVE GOES OUT

Sept. 17, 2011 Playlist: “Fall” (00:08:30; Bruce Cockburn); “The Leaves That are Green” (00:11:30; Simon & Garfunkel); “Autumn” (00:14:00; Moondog); “Summer’s Gone” (00:16:00; Frogs Gone Fishin’); “When Summer’s Ended” (00:20:00; Bill Morrissey); “The Summer of My Wasted Youth” (00:23:30; Amy Rigby); “The Last Rose of Summer” (00:27:00; Tom Waits); “Much More / I Can See It” (00:31:30) & “Try to Remember / They Were You” (01:11:30; Rita Gardner). “Much More” (00:47:00; The Fantasticks, 1960 off-Broadway cast); “Falling Leaves” (01:25:00), “Heart Full of Leaves” (01:29:00), “Autumn Sea” (01:30:30) & “Autumn is Your Last Chance” (01:34:30; Robyn Hitchcock); “Hotel California” (01:46:30; Eagles); “Golden Loom” (01:55:30), “Sitting on Top of the World” (02:00:00), “Spirit on the Water” (02:04:00), “Cat’s in the Well” (02:12:00), “The Wicked Messenger” (02:15:30) & “Idiot Wind” (02:17:30; Bob Dylan); “Hot Potatoes” (02:37:30; The Kinks); “Autumn Leaves” (02:57:30; Eva Cassidy).
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(pictured: Rita Gardner & Tom Jones, Rita Gardner, autumn, Potato Day!)

Dave’s Gone By #360 (9/3/11): LABOR INTENSIVE

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Host: Dave Lefkowitz
Guest: Dave’s wife Joyce

Featuring: Dave welcomes Labor Day weekend with a Saturday Segue (finest worksongs), Inside Broadway (news), Dylan – “Sooner & Later” (work), Rabbi Sol Solomon’s Rabbinical Reflection (on Reb Levin). Plus: Dave Goes Off on the Telethon.

00:00:01 DAVE GOES IN
00:09:30 GUEST CALLER: Dave’s wife Joyce
00:43:00 SATURDAY SEGUE – Finest Worksongs
01:35:00 INSIDE BROADWAY – News & Porgy Problems(01:41:00)
01:53:30 Weather & Sponsors
01:59:00 BOB DYLAN: Sooner & Later (Labor)
02:36:30 Rabbi Sol Solomon’s Rabbinical Reflection on Reb Levin
02:44:30 DAVE GOES OFF on the MD Telethon
02:54:30 DAVE GOES OUT

Sept. 3, 2011 Playlist: “Hot Potato” (00:27:00; The Wiggles); “The Potato Song” (00:28:30; Cheryl Wheeler); “Work” (00:43:30; Bob Marley & the Wailers); “Don’t Talk to Me About Work” (00:47:00; Lou Reed); “Work for Your Money” (00:49:30; Howlin’ Wolf); “Go to Work You Jerk” (00:52:00; Benny Bell); “Why Don’t You Get a Job” (00:54:00; The Offspring); “Finest Worksong” (01:00:00; R.E.M.); “Working Class Hero” (01:04:00; Richie Havens); “Take a Job” (01:09:00; Do Re Mi 1999 off-Bway cast); “A Job of Work” (01:12:30; Tom Paxton); “Force on the Workforce” (01:15:00; Keith Hancock); “Get a Job” (01:17:30; The Silhouettes); “Losing Our Job” (01:20:30; The Roches); “Woman’s Work” (01:24:30; Tracy Chapman); “Mr. President (Have Pity on the Working Man)” (01:26:00; Randy Newman); “I Loves You Porgy” (01:49:30; James Brown); “Talkin’ New York” (01:59:30), “North Country Blues” (02:02:30), “Cantina Theme (Workin’ for the Law)” (02:07:30), “You Gotta Serve Somebody” (live) (02:16:30) & “Workingman’s Blues #2” (02:22:30; Bob Dylan); “Tangled Up in Blue” (02:10:00; Robyn Hitchcock); “Rock Me Jerry Lewis” (02:42:00; Mike Elliot & Bud LaTour); “I Can’t Wait to Get Off Work to See My Baby” (02:56:30; Tom Waits).
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(pictured: Labor, Rabbi Yehuda Levin, the Jerry Lewis telethon)