Dave’s Gone By Interview (11/26/11) – PETER SCHICKELE & Rabbi Sol Solomon

a2Rabbi Sol Solomon interviews musician and PDQ Bach archivist Peter Schickele

Topics include: classical music, Schickele Mix, radio, PDQ Bach, comedy.

Segment originally aired Nov. 26, 2011 on 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
More information on Rabbi Sol Solomon: http://www.shalomdammit.com

Dave’s Gone By #368 (11/26/11): SCHICKELE MIX


a1Host: Dave Lefkowitz
Guest: Peter Schickele

Featuring: Rabbi Sol Solomon chats with musicolologist Peter Schickele and offers his Rabbinical Reflection on his own stage show, Shalom Dammit!. Plus: Bob Dylan – Sooner & Later (classical music), Inside Broadway, Book Reviews (Patti Smith & Bob Mould), Saturday Segue (shopping).

00:00:01 DAVE GOES IN
00:37:30 INSIDE BROADWAY – News
00:50:00 DAVE’S GONE CULTURAL – Book Reviews (Patti Smith (00:50:30) & Bob Mould (01:01:30))
01:24:00 GUESTS: Rabbi Sol Solomon interviews Peter Schickele
02:19:30 Sponsors
02:27:30 BOB DYLAN – Sooner & Later (classical music)
02:53:00 Friends
03:09:00 Rabbi Sol Solomon’s Rabbinical Reflection on Questions about his stage show
03:14:30 DAVE GOES OUT

Nov. 26, 2011 Playlist: “Window Shopping” (00:14:30; Hank Williams). “Window Shopping” (00:17:00; Lisa Loeb). “Shopping” (00:20:00; Pet Shop Boys). “Shopping” (00:23:30; The Jam); “Shopping” (00:27:00; Barenaked Ladies). “Shoppin’ for Clothes” (00:30:00; The Coasters). “Shop Around” (00:33:00; Smokey Robinson & the Miracles). “Bonnie and Clyde” (00:40:30; Serge Gainsbourg & Brigitte Bardot). “See a Little Light” (01:05:00; Bob Mould). “Fuga Meshuga” (01:21:30), “Howdy There” (from “Oedipus Tex”) (01:50:30) & “Iphigenia in Brooklyn” (02:08:00) & “Love Me” (Peter Schickele/P.D.Q. Bach; 03:16:30). “Saigon Bride” (01:36:00; Joan Baez). “Tombstone Blues” (live; 02:30:00), “Hard Times in New York Town” (Witmark demo version; 02:34:00), “Stuck Inside of Mobile with the Memphis Blues Again” (“No Direction Home” version; 02:36:00), “Handy Dandy” (02:42:00) & “If Dogs Run Free” (Bob Dylan; 02:46:00). “You’ve Got Possibilities” (02:55:00; Linda Lavin). “Wedding Vows” (Karon Blackwell; 03:03:30).

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(pictured: Peter Schickele (aka PDQ Bach), Rabbi Sol Solomon and David San Miguel in Shalom, Dammit!, Patti Smith’s “Just Kids,” Bob Mould’s “See a Little Light.”)

Dave’s Gone By #367 (11/12/11): HELLO DERE


a1Host: Dave Lefkowitz

Guest: Marty Allen

Featuring: Dave chats with veteran comedian Marty Allen. Plus: Inside Broadway (Man & Boy), Rabbi Sol Solomon’s Rabbinical Reflection (on Shalom Dammit! live), Saturday Segue (coaches) & Bob Dylan – Sooner & Later (covers).

00:00:01 DAVE GOES IN
00:35:00 INSIDE BROADWAY (news (00:35:00); Man and Boy (00:54:00)
01:11:00 GUEST: Marty Allen
01:55:00 Sponsors
02:04:30 BOB DYLAN – Sooner & Later: covers
02:45:30 Rabbi Sol Solomon’s Rabbinical Reflection on Shalom Dammit! live
02:51:00 Dave Goes Off – A Sound Opinion on Tom Waits
03:04:00 Friends
03:09:00 DAVE GOES OUT

Nov. 12, 2011 Playlist: “Coney Island Baby” (00:13:30; Lou Reed); “There’s a Coach Comin’ In” (00:20:00; Paint Your Wagon 1951 Broadway cast); “Mystery Train” (00:22:00; Neil Young); “Earache My Eye” (00:24:30; Alice Bowie/Cheech & Chong); “Centerfield” (00:27:00; John Fogarty); “Venus in Furs” (00:48:00; Velvet Underground); “The Punch-Drunk Fighter” (01:07:30) & “The Golf Pro/Let’s Face the Music and Dance” (01:49:00; Allen & Rossi); “Love is a Four Letter Word” (02:07:30; Joan Baez); “Seven Days” (02:12:00; Ron Wood); “Stuck Inside of Mobile with the Memphis Blues Again” (Cat Power; 02:17:00); “Can’t Leave Her Behind” (stephen Malkmus & Lee Ranaldo; 02:24:00); “What Good Am I” (02:26:00; Barb Jungr); “Chimes of Freedom” (02:30:00; The Byrds); “I’m Still Here” (02:49:30; Tom Waits).

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(pictured: Marty Allen, Rabbi Sol Solomon, “Sound Opinions,” Frank Langella & Adam Driver in Man and Boy.)

Dave’s Gone By Interview (11/12/11) – MARTY ALLEN


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Dave Lefkowitz interviews comedian Marty Allen
Topics include: comedy, Allen & Rossi

Segment originally aired Nov. 12, 2011 on the “Dave’s Gone By” radio program hosted by Dave Lefkowitz.

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.

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

Dave’s Gone By Interview (11/5/11) – PHYLLIS NEWMAN


Phyllis NewmanDave Lefkowitz interviews actress Phyllis Newman

Topics include: Adolph Green, Subways are for Sleeping, Bells are Ringing, theater, Broadway.

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

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.

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

Dave’s Gone By Interview (11/5/11) – WYLIE GELBER of Dawes

WylieGelberDave Lefkowitz interviews Dawes band bass player Wylie Gelber

Topics include: Dawes, music.

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

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.

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

Dave’s Gone By #366 (11/5/11): OPENING DAWES


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Host: Dave Lefkowitz

Guests: actress Phyllis Newman & Dawes bassist Wylie Gelber
Featuring: Dave chats with two-time Tony-winning actress Phyllis Newman and with Wylie Gelber, bass player for the roots band, Dawes Plus: Inside Broadway (reviews of The Judy Show & Voca People), Saturday Segue (time changes), Bob Dylan – Sooner & Later (times a-changin’), and Rabbi Sol Solomon’s Rabbinical Reflection on the Kardashian divorce.

Note: An audio glitch glitch towards the one-hour mark rendered about five minutes of the program unrecorded but did not affect the rest of the broadcast or audio archiving.

00:00:01 DAVE GOES IN
00:08:00 Dave on Dawes
00:25:30 DAVE GOES OFF on Daylight Savings Time
00:29:00 SATURDAY SEGUE: time changes
00:53:30 GUEST: Phyllis Newman
01:19:00 AD: Shalom Dammit – An Evening with Rabbi Sol Solomon
01:21:00 INSIDE BROADWAY (news (01:21:30), The Judy Show (01:27:00) & Voca People (01:30:00)
01:49:00 GUEST: Wylie Gelber
02:20:00 Sponsors
02:23:30 Rabbi Sol Solomon’s Rabbinical Reflection on the Kardashian divorce
02:27:00 Friends
02:32:00 Bob Dylan – Sooner & Later (times a-Changin’)
02:46:00 DAVE GOES OUT w/ Joyce Weil

Nov. 5, 2011 Playlist: “My Girl to Me” (00:16:00), “Time Spent in Los Angeles” (01:37:00), “The Way You Laugh” (01:41:30), “Come Back to a Man” (01:45:00), “How Far We’ve Come” (02:13:30) & “When My Time Comes” (02:54:00; Dawes); “Time to Ring Some Changes” (live) (00:29:30; Richard Thompson); “Turning Time Around” (00:32:30; Lou Reed); “Beat the Time” (Edie Brickell & New Bohemians; 00:37:00); “Time Precious Time” (00:40:00; Lindsey BUckingham); “Who Knows Where the Time Goes” (00:44:00; Eva Cassidy); “What’s New at the Zoo” (00:50:00; Do Re Mi 1999 off-Broadway cast); “Casual” (01:16:00; Julius LaRose & Phyllis Newman); “Black Crow Blues” (02:32:30), “Where are You Tonight (Journey Through Dark Heat)” (02:35:00) & “Highlands” (excerpt, 02:42:00; Bob Dylan).
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(pictured: Phyllis Newman now & then, Dawes “North Hills” album cover, Wylie Gelber, Judy Gold, Voca People)