Dave’s Gone By Interview (10/29/11) – PIETA BROWN

a2Dave Lefkowitz interviews singer-songwriter Pieta Brown

Topics include: music, Mercury, Greg Brown.

Segment originally aired Oct. 29, 2011 on the “Dave’s Gone By” radio program hosted by Dave Lefkowitz.

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Dave’s Gone By #365 (10/29/11): BLACK OUT, BROWN IN

a1Host: Dave Lefkowitz
Guest: singer-songwriter Pieta Brown

Featuring: Dave chats with singer-songwriter Pieta Brown. Plus: Saturday Segues about darkness and Halloween, Inside Broadway (reviews of The Mountaintop and Relatively Speaking), Bob Dylan – Sooner & Later (darkness) and Rabbi Sol Solomon’s Rabbinical Reflection on the blackout.

00:00:01 DAVE GOES IN
00:08:30 DAVE GOES OFF on Xcel
00:16:30 SATURDAY SEGUE – Darkness
00:46:30 DAVE SAYS BYE – Barry Feinstein
00:50:30 INSIDE BROADWAY (news (00:51:00), The Mountaintop (00:58:30), Relatively Speaking (01:05:30))
01:18:30 Rabbi Sol Solomon’s Rabbinical Reflection on the Blackout
01:46:30 Weather & Sponsors
01:57:30 BOB DYLAN – Sooner & Later (darkness)
02:36:00 GUEST: Pieta Brown
03:01:30 Thanks Yous & Friends w/ Joyce Weil
03:10:30 DAVE GOES OUT

Oct. 29, 2011 Playlist: “Beware of Darkness” (00:16:30; Matthew Sweet & Susanna Hoffs); “Dear Darkness” (00:20:00; PJ Harvey); “Blackout” (00:23:00; Muse); “Darkness Descends” (00:27:30; Laura Marling); “Blackout” (live) (31:00; David Bowie); “Dark Night Blues” (00:35:00; Blind Willie McTell); “Darkness” (00:38:00; Jenifer Jackson); “Blackout” (00:41:30; Anna Calvi); “When I See Mommy I Feel Like a Mummy” (01:22:30; Captain Beefheart & the Magic Band); “When We are a Vampire” (01:28:00; Jane Siberry); “Zombie” (01:30:30; Fela 2010 Bway cast); “November Spawned a Monster” (01:35:00; Morrissey); “Werewolves of London” (01:40:00; Warren Zevon); “Day of the Locusts” (01:58:00) “When the Night Comes Falling from the Sky” (02:02:00); “Can You Please Crawl Out Your Window” (02:11:30) & “Father of Night” (02:15:00; Bob Dylan); “Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door” (02:07:30; Antony & the Johnsons); “Mercury” (02:21:00), “Butterfly Blues” (02:24:30), “Be With You” (02:28:00), “I Don’t Mind” (02:30:30), “So Many Miles” (02:34:30), “I Want it Back” (02:55:30) & “Closing Time” (03:14:00; Pieta Brown).

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(pictured: Pieta Brown, blackout, Bob Dylan, Marlo Thomas & Lisa Emery in Relatively Speaking, The Mountaintop.)

Dave’s Gone By Interview (10/22/11) – JASON GRAAE


a3Dave Lefkowitz interviews actor and singer Jason Graae

Topics include: Broadway, cabaret, Jerry Herman, Olympus on My Mind.

Segment originally aired Oct. 22, 2011 on the “Dave’s Gone By” radio program hosted by Dave Lefkowitz.

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Dave’s Gone By Interview (10/22/11) – BARB JUNGR


a1Dave Lefkowitz interviews singer Barb Jungr

Topics include: cabaret, Bob Dylan

Segment originally aired Oct. 22, 2011 on the “Dave’s Gone By” radio program hosted by Dave Lefkowitz.

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Dave’s Gone By #364 (10/22/11): JUNGR & GRAAETER


a1Host: Dave Lefkowitz

Guests: singer Barb Jungr and actor-singer Jason Graae

Featuring: Dave chats with singer Barb Jungr and actor-singer Jason Graae. Plus: a Saturday Segue remembering Bert Jansch and Jagjit Singh, Inside Broadway (reviews of Intringulis and Follies), Rabbi Sol Solomon’s Rabbinical Reflections on Occupy Wall Street.

00:00:01 DAVE GOES IN
00:31:00 GUEST: Barb Jungr
01:24:00 Sponsors
01:35:00 SATURDAY SEGUE: Bert Jansch
01:45:00 GUEST: Jason Graae
02:22:00 INSIDE BROADWAY (Follies (02:22:00) & Intringulis (02:37:00))
02:44:30 Rabbi Sol Solomon’s Rabbinical Reflection – Occupied
02:52:00 DAVE – Friends & Weather
02:58:30 DAVE GOES OUT
02:59:00 DAVE SAYS BYE – Jagjit Singh

October 22, 2011 Playlist: “Things Have Changed” (00:09:30), “Sara” (00:14:30), “It’s All Over Now, Baby Blue” (00:19:30), “Sugar Baby” (00:23:30), “Blind Willie McTell” (00:40:30), “Man in the Long Black Coat” (01:09:00) & “Forever Young” (01:19:30; Barb Jungr); “Come Sing Me A Happy Song to Prove We Can All Get Along the Lumpy Bumpy Long and Dusty Road” (01:22:30), “The Bright New Year” (01:37:00), “Alman” (01:41:00) & “Tree Song” (01:42:30) (Bert Jansch); “No Love is Sorrow” (01:38:30; Pentangle); “You I Like” (01:45:00), “It Only Takes a Moment/Loving You” (02:05:30) & “I Promise You a Happy Ending” (02:19:00) (Jason Graae); “Waiting for the Girls Upstairs” (02:22:00; Follies, 1998 Paper Mill cast); “Don’t Look at Me” (02:35:00; Follies in Concert); “Sarakti Jaye Hain Rukh Se Naqab Ahista Ahista” (03:02:30; Jagjit Singh).

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Dave’s Gone By Interview (10/1/11) – BONNIE FRANKLIN


a2Dave Lefkowitz interviews actress Bonnie Franklin

Topics include: One Day at a Time, Applause, Broadway, theater, TV.

Segment originally aired Oct. 1, 2011 on the “Dave’s Gone By” radio program hosted by Dave Lefkowitz.

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Dave’s Gone By Interview (10/1/11) – GREG KIHN


a3Dave Lefkowitz interviews musician and radio host Greg Kihn

Topics include: Greg Kihn band, radio, MTV.

Segment originally aired Oct. 1, 2011 on the “Dave’s Gone By” radio program hosted by Dave Lefkowitz.

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Dave’s Gone By #363 (10/1/11): KIHN FOLK


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Host: Dave Lefkowitz
Guest: actress Bonnie Franklin, musician Greg Kihn

Featuring: Dave chats with actress Bonnie Franklin and musician and author Greg Kihn. Plus: Bob Dylan – Sooner & Later (paint) and Rabbi Sol Solomon’s Rabbinical Reflection on the Jewish Days of Awe.

00:00:00 DAVE GOES IN
00:17:30 GUEST: Bonnie Franklin
01:05:00 Sponsors
01:19:30 GUEST: Greg Kihn
02:00:00 Weather
02:03:00 BOB DYLAN: Sooner & Later – “When He Paints…”
02:41:00 Sponsors
02:44:00 Rabbi Sol Solomon’s Rabbinical Reflection on the Days of Awe
02:50:30 INSIDE BROADWAY (news)
02:56:00 Friends
03:01:00 DAVE GOES OUT

October 1, 2011 Playlist: “Do What You Gotta Do” (00:10:00), “Wherever There’s Smoke” (01:30:00), “Jeopardy” (01:16:00), “The Break-Up Song” (01:53:00) & “Little Red Book” (01:57:30; Greg Kihn); “Applause” (00:13:30) & “She’s No Longer a Gypsy” (01:02:00; Applause, 1970 Bway cast w/ Bonnie Franklin); “When I Paint My Masterpiece” (02:07:00), “Don’t Fall Apart on Me Tonight” (02:10:30), “Desolation Row” (live) (02:16:00), “I Shall Be Free” (Demo) (02:24:30), “She Belongs to Me” (live) (02:29:00) & “The Lonesome Death of Hattie Carroll” (excerpt, 02:31:00), “The Lonesome Death of Hattie Carroll” (live 1975) (02:35:30; Bob Dylan); “Great Big Love” (03:04:00; Bruce Cockburn).

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(pictured: Bonnie Franklin, Greg Kihn, Days of Awe, Bob Dylan painting.)