Dave’s Gone By Interview (12/18/10) – BOB CLASTER


a1Dave Lefkowitz interviews radio host Bob Claster

Topics include: Tom Lehrer, John Cleese, Michael Palin, Brother Theodore, Stan Freberg.

Segment originally aired Dec. 18, 2011 as part of the “Dave’s Gone By” radio program hosted by Dave Lefkowitz.

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Dave’s Gone By #336 (12/18/10): MASTER CLASTER


a1host: Dave Lefkowitz

guest: Bob Claster (radio host & musician)

Featuring: Dave chats with former KCRW-FM radio host Bob Claster about his interviews with comedy legends. Plus: Remembering the late Captain Beefheart.

00:00:00 DAVE GOES IN – Remembering Captain Beefheart
00:18:00 SATURDAY SEGUE: Captain Beefheart
00:32:00 Dave on Beefheart
00:58:00 Guest: Bob Claster
02:49:30 Sponsors & Weather
02:58:00 DAVE GOES OUT

Dec. 18, 2010 Playlist: “Debra Kadabra” (00:18:00; Captain Beefheart & Frank Zappa), “Ella Guru” (00:25:30; XTC), “Moonlight on Vermont” (00:22:00), “Her Eyes are a Blue Million Miles” (00:28:00), “The Blimp (Mousetrapreplica)” (00:31:00), “Frownland” (00:43:30), “Bat Chain Puller” (00:51:00), “When I See Mommy I Feel Like a Mummy” (02:49:30) & Veteran’s Day Poppy (03:01:00; Captain Beefheart and the Magic Band). “Mom & Pop” (01:12:00) & “Thinking of You and the Things that We Said” (02:36:00) (Bob Claster). “That’s Mathematics” (Tom Lehrer, 01:27:30).
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(pictured: Michael Palin with Bob Claster (r), Captain Beefheart and the Magic Band, Captain Beefheart)

Dave’s Gone By Interview (12/17/11) –SEAN ALTMAN & Rabbi Sol Solomon

a2Rabbi Sol Solomon interviews musician and “Jewmongous” creator Sean Altman

Topics include: Rockapella, Jewmongous

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

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Dave’s Gone By Interview (12/17/11) – STEVE STOLIAR


a3Dave Lefkowitz interviews author Steve Stoliar, author of “Raised Eyebrows: My Years in Groucho’s House”

Topics include: Groucho Marx, The Marx Brothers.

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

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Dave’s Gone By Interview (12/17/11) – GILBERT GOTTFRIED

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Dave Lefkowitz interviews comedian Gilbert Gottfried

Topics include: 9/11, the Hugh Hefner Roast, The Aristocrats, the Holocaust.

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

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Dave’s Gone By #371 (12/17/11): Too Soon?

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Host: Dave Lefkowitz

Guests: comedian Gilbert Gottfried, writer Steven Stoliar, musician Sean Altman.

Featuring: Dave chats with comedian Gilbert Gottfried and author Steven Stoliar (“Raised Eyebrows: My Years in Groucho’s House”) and Rabbi Sol Solomon chats with musical humorist Sean Altman (“Jewmongous”). Plus: Inside Broadway and Rabbi Sol Solomon’s Rabbinical Reflection on Newt Gingrich.

00:00:01 DAVE GOES IN
00″13:00 INSIDE BROADWAY (news)
00:32:30 GUEST: Gilbert Gottfried
01:07:00 GUEST: Steven Stoliar
02:11:30 Sponsors
02:19:45 Rabbi Sol Solomon’s Rabbinical Reflection on Newt Gingrich
02:29:00 Weather
02:34:30 GUEST: Rabbi Sol Solomon chats with Sean Altman
03:29:30 Friends & Thanks
03:37:30 DAVE GOES OUT

Dec. 17, 2011 Playlist: “Elegy for the Brave (from Henry V)” (00:17:30; William Shatner). “Together” (00:25:00; William Shatner & Lemon Jello). “Dinner with Manson” (00:31:00) & “Joan Rivers’ Vagina” (01:01:00; Gilbert Gottfried). “Hello, I Must Be Going” (01:06:00) (Groucho Marx in “Animal Crackers”). “Property” (02:07:30; Groucho & Chico Marx in “The Cocoanuts”). “Torch Song (Newt)” (02:25:30; Jay Rogers in When Pigs Fly original off- Broadway cast). “What the Hell is Simchas Torah?” (02:31:00), “Taller Than Jesus” (02:49:30), “Hanukah with Monica” (02:55:00), “Christian Baby Blood” (03:05:30), “Blame the Jews” (03:10:00) & “The Chosen People” (03:18:00; Sean Altman). “Where in the World is Carmen San Diego?” (02:44:30; Rockapella). “I Have a Little Dreidel” (03:27:00; GrooveBarbers).
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(pictured: Gilbert Gottfried, Sean Altman as Jewmongous, Steve Stoliar, Newt Gingrich)

Dave’s Gone By #335 (12/11/10): BUCKAROO


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Dave chats with guitarist and songwriter Keith Nelson of the rock band Buckcherry. Plus: musical segues about finals week and Bob Dylan – Sooner & Later (finishing touches).

host: Dave Lefkowitz

guest: Keith Nelson (Buckcherry songwriter & guitarist)

00:00:01 DAVE GOES IN
00:15:00 SATURDAY SEGUE (finals)
00:32:00 Dave on Finals Week
00:40:00 SATURDAY SEGUE (abandoned brains)
01:03:00 GUEST: Keith Nelson (of Buckcherry)
01:37:00 F-Bombs n’ Crazy Bitches
01:47:00 Sponsors & Weather
01:57:00 Bob Dylan in the news
02:34:30 Bob Dylan: “Sooner & Later” (finishing touches)
00:53:00 Is Dylan too Old?
02:55:30 Dave Says Bye: John Leslie
02:58:00 DAVE GOES OUT

Dec. 11, 2 010 Playlist: “It’s All Over Now” (00:14:30; The Rolling Stones), “Overs” (00:18:00; Simon & Garfunkel), “It’s Over” (00:20:00; Tom Waits), “Finishing Touches (00:24:30; Warren Zevon), “Goodbye Yesterday” (00:28:30; Jimmy Cliff), “The Abandoned Brain” (00:40:00; Robyn Hitchcock), “Brain Dead” (00:43:00; “A New Brain,” off-Broadway cast), “Who are the Brain Police?” (00:45:30; Frank Zappa & the Mothers of Invention), “Alejandro” (00:56:30; Lady Gaga), “Slit My Wrists” (01:04:30), “All Night Long” (01:08:30), “Sunshine” (01:12:30), Crazy Bitch” (01:30:30) & “Lit Up” (01:33″30; Buckcherry). “The Lonesome Death of Hattie Carroll” (00:51:00); “The Times They are A-Changin’” (02:02:00; demo version), “Isis” (02:05:00); “Day of the Locusts” (02:11:30), “Going Going Gone” (02:15:00; live at Budokan), “Restless Farewell” (02:24:30; Bob Dylan), “I Shall Be Released” (02:20:00; Bob Dylan & Joan Baez).
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(pictured: Buckaroo, Keith Nelson, Buckcherry, The Times They Have a-Changed, John Leslie.)

Dave’s Gone By Interview (12/10/11) – DAVID KENNEY

a1Dave Lefkowitz interviews New York radio host David Kenney

Topics include: Everything Old is New Again, WBAI, radio, cabaret.

Segment originally aired Dec. 10, 2011 on the “Dave’s Gone By” radio program hosted by Dave Lefkowitz.

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Dave’s Gone By Interview (12/10/11) – PETE FORNATALE

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Dave Lefkowitz interviews veteran New York radio host Pete Fornatale

Topics include: FM radio, WFUV, Woodstock, Simon & Garfunkel.

(Note: Fornatale passed away 4/26/12)

Segment originally aired Dec. 10, 2011 on the “Dave’s Gone By” radio program hosted by Dave Lefkowitz.

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Dave’s Gone By #370 (12/10/11): RADIO RADIO

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Host: Dave Lefkowitz

Guests: broadcasters Pete Fornatale & David Kenney

Featuring: Dave chats with radio veterans David Kenney (WBAI’s “Everything Old is New Again”) and Pete Fornatale (WFUV’s “Mixed Bag”). Plus: Rabbi Sol Solomon’s Rabbinical Reflection on the post office, Bob Dylan: Sooner & Later (Woodstock), Saturday Segue (Hubert Sumlin tribute) and Inside Broadway (news)

00:00:01 DAVE GOES IN
00:17:30 Guest: Pete Fornatale
01:05:00 INSIDE BROADWAY – News
01:26:30 Guest: David Kenney
02:03:00 Sponsors & Upcoming Guests
02:12:30 BOB DYLAN – Sooner & Later (Woodstock)
02:43:30 Rabbi Sol Solomon’s Rabbinical Reflection on the post office
02:49:00 SATURDAY SEGUE – Hubert Sumlin tribute
03:01:30 Friends, Thanks & Weather
03:11:00 DAVE GOES OUT

Dec. 10, 2011 Playlist: “America” (00:13:30) & “Bookends Theme” (00:40:00; Simon & Garfunkel). “Falling Slowly” (Glen Hansard & Marketa Irglova). “Songbird” (01:17:00; Eva Cassidy). “It Might as Well Be Spring” (01:19:30; Rosemary Clooney). “Everything Old is New Again” (01:23:30; Hugh Jackman in The Boy from Oz original Broadway cast). “Someone to Watch Over Me” (01:59:30; Frank Sinatra). “Hills of Mexico” (02:14:30), “Under Control” (02:17:30), “The Bells of Rhymney” (02:23:00), “Joshua Gone Barbados” (02:26:00), “I’m Not There (1956)” (02:29:00) & “This Wheel’s on Fire” (02:34:00; Bob Dylan). “Katie’s Been Gone” (02:20:30; The Band). “Smokestack Lightnin'” (02:49:00), “You’ll Be Mine” (02:58:30) & “Wang Dang Doodle” (03:13:30; Howlin’ Wolf). “Rockin’ Daddy” (02:52:00; Kenny Wayne Shepherd).

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(pictured: Pete Fornatale, David Kenney, old Woostock and postal signs, Hubert Sumlin.)