Dave’s Gone By #380 (3/31/12): The Bitter Beginning

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Featuring: Dave chats with film producer and Bitter End club founder Fred Weintraub, while Rabbi Sol Solomon chats with actress Elza Zagreda. Plus: Inside Broadway (Seminar n’ Salesman), Saturday Segues (April and Bitter) and Bob Dylan – Sooner & Later (bitter).

Host: Dave Lefkowitz

Guests: producer Fred Weintraub, actress Elza Zagreda

00:00:01 DAVE GOES IN
00:08:00 DAVE GOES OFF – Powerball Mania
00:19:00 SATURDAY SEGUE: April
00:42:30 INSIDE BROADWAY (news (00:42:30), Death of a Salesman (00:55:30) & Seminar (01:02:30))
01:19:30 GUEST: Fred Weintraub
01:59:00 Sponsors
02:07:30 SATURDAY SEGUE: Bitter
02:17:00 GUEST: Rabbi Sol Solomon interviews Elza Zagreda
02:48:00 BOB DYLAN – Sooner & Later (Bitter)
02:59:00 Thanks & Friends
03:05:00 DAVE GOES OUT

March 31, 2012 Playlist: “April Fools” (00:19:30; Rufus Wainwright). “April” (00:24:30; PJ Harvey & John Parish). “April in Paris” (00:29:00; Thelonious Monk). “April, Come She Will” (00:32:30; Simon & Garfunkel). “One April Day” (00:34:30; Stephin Merritt). “April Fool’s Day Morn” (00:36:30; Loudon Wainwright III). “Come Rain or Come Shine” (00:50:30; Judy Garland). “Writers are a Funny Breed” (01:10:30; Jane Siberry). “So Early Early in the Spring” (01:16:00; Judy Collins). “Can’t Help But Wonder Where I’m Bound” (01:54:00; Tom Paxton). “Bitter Tears” (02:08:00; Magnetic Fields). “Bitter Branches” (PJ Harvey; 02:11:00). “Bitter” (02:13:00; Jill Sobule). “Elza Zagreda” (02:45:30; Youtube excerpt). “Ye Shall be Changed” (Bob Dylan; 02:48:00). “Every Grain of Sand” (03:08:00; Barb Jungr). “Heartland” (02:52:00; Willie Nelson & Bob Dylan).
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(pictured: The Bitter End, Fred Weintraub and his book, Elza Zagreda, Powerball, Seminar, Death of a Salesman.)

Dave’s Gone By Interview (3/31/12) – ELZA ZAGREDA & Rabbi Sol Solomon


ElzaZagredaRabbi Sol Solomon interviews actress Elza Zagreda

Topics include: theater, Corn Bread and Feta Cheese, off-off-Broadway.

Segment originally aired March 31, 2012 on the “Dave’s Gone By” radio program hosted by Dave Lefkowitz.

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Dave’s Gone By Interview (3/31/12) – FRED WEINTRAUB


FredWeintraubDave Lefkowitz interviews film producer and Bitter End club owner Fred Weintraub

Topics include: Bruce Lee, The Bitter End, film.

Segment originally aired March 31, 2012 on the “Dave’s Gone By” radio program hosted by Dave Lefkowitz.

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Dave’s Gone By #379 (3/24/12): Solomon’s Mine


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Featuring: Dave chats with UNC Radio general manager Sam Wood, and Rabbi Sol Solomon chats with comedian Steve Solomon. Plus: Inside Broadway (news & reviews), Bob Dylan – Sooner & Later (first album), Saturday Segues (hunger and songs in my head), Rabbi Sol Solomon’s Rabbinical Reflection on his rave review.

Guests: UNC Radio’s Sam Wood, comedian Steve Solomon

00:00:01 DAVE GOES IN
00:09:30 GUEST: Sam Wood
00:26:00 SATURDAY SEGUE – Hunger
00:41:00 GUEST: Rabbi Sol Solomon interviews Steve Solomon
01:06:30 INSIDE BROADWAY (news & reviews (Wit (01:16:30); Laurie Anderson’s Delusion (01:23:30), Once (01:34:00))
01:43:30 Sponsors & Weather
01:54:00 Rabbi Sol Solomon’s Rabbinical Reflection on a Rave Review
02:00:00 BOB DYLAN – Sooner & Later (first album)
02:24:30 More Sponsors
02:30:30 SATURDAY SEGUE – In My Head
02:56:30 Friends
03:00:00 DAVE GOES OUT

March 24, 2012 Playlist: “The City is Hungry” (00:26:30; Bruce Cockburn). “We are Hungry Men” (00:32:00; David Bowie). “I’m Hungry” (00:35:00; Sugarcubes). “The Wake-Up Call” (01:01:00; New Orleans Klezmer Allstars). “Falling Slowly” (01:02:00), “If You Want Me” (01:30:30) & “Gold” (03:01:30; Once 2012 Broadway cast w/ Cristin Milioti & Steve Kazee). “Here with You” (01:28:00; Laurie Anderson). “You’re No Good” (02:03:30), “Baby, Let Me Follow You Down” (02:05:00), “Highway 51” (02:07:30), “Song to Woody” (02:10:30), “When I Got Troubles” (02:13:00), “In My Time of Dyin'” (02:14:30), “Talkin’ New York” (02:17:00) & “See That My Grave is Kept Clean” (02:20:30). “Spazz” (02:32:30; The Elastik Band). “Academia” (02:35:00; Sia). “Behind That Locked Door” (02:40:00; George Harrison). “Cactus Tree” (02:43:00; Judy Collins). “I Loves You Porgy” (02:48:00; Nina Simone, 1962).

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(pictured: Steve Solomon, Cynthia Nixon in Wit, Once, Laurie Anderson, poster for Shalom Dammit!.)

Dave’s Gone By Interview (3/24/12) – STEVE SOLOMON & Rabbi Sol Solomon

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Rabbi Sol Solomon interviews comedian Steve Solomon

Topics include: My Mother’s Italian, My Father’s Jewish and I’m in Therapy.

Segment originally aired March 24, 2012 on the “Dave’s Gone By” radio program hosted by Dave Lefkowitz.

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More information on Rabbi Sol Solomon: http://www.shalomdammit.com

Dave’s Gone By Interview (3/24/12) – SAM WOOD

SamWood5Dave Lefkowitz interviews University of Northern Colorado’s UNCRadio general manager Sam Wood

Topics include: student radio, University of Northern Colorado, UNC Radio.

Segment originally aired March 24, 2012 on the “Dave’s Gone By” radio program hosted by Dave Lefkowitz.

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Dave’s Gone By #378 (3/3/12): Redd Heads


a1>Dave chats with authors Eric Lefcowitz (“Monkee Business”) and Michael Seth Starr (“Black & Blue – The Redd Foxx Story”), and Rabbi Sol Solomon interviews musical director Richard Shore. Plus: Inside Broadway (news), Bob Dylan – Sooner & Later (Mr. Jones), a Saturday Segue (the Monkees).

Host: Dave Lefkowitz

Guests: authors Michael Seth Starr and Eric Lefcowitz, musician Richard Shore

00:00:01 DAVE GOES IN
00:15:00 SATURDAY SEGUE – the Monkees
00:29:30 GUEST: Michael Seth Starr
01:21:00 Rabbi Sol Solomon’s Rabbinical Reflection – Shalom Dammit in NY
01:29:00 GUEST: Eric Lefcowitz
01:48:00 GUEST: Rabbi Sol Solomon & Richard Shore
02:10:30 Sponsors
02:17:00 BOB DYLAN – Sooner & Later (Mr. Jones)
02:43:00 INSIDE BROADWAY
02:54:30 Thanks & Friends
03:01:30 DAVE GOES OUT

March 3, 2012 Playlist: “Daydream Believer” (00:18:00), “A Little Bit Me, A Little Bit You” (00:21:00), “Cuddly Toy” (00:23:30), “Valleri” (00:26:00), “Look Out (Here Comes Tomorrow)” (01:25:00), “(Theme from) The Monkees” (01:45:30) & (“You and I”; 03:04:00; The Monkees) “Lucky Guy” (00:36:00) & “Live Excerpts” (01:16:00; Redd Foxx). “The Wake-Up Call” (01:47:30, New Orleans Klezmer Allstars). “Ay Ya Bibi” (02:06:30; Klezperanto). “Ballad of a Thin Man” (live, 02:17:00), “Million Dollar Bash – Version 1” (02:21:00), “I Shall Be Free No. 10” (02:23:30), “Angelina” (02:28:00), “On the Road Again” (2:35:00) & “Buckets of Rain” (02:37:30, Bob Dylan).
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Davy Jones of The Monkees Dies At The Age Of 66
(pictured: Eric Lefcowitz, Michael Seth Starr and his book, Richard Shore, Davy Jones.)

Dave’s Gone By Interview (3/3/12) – ERIC LEFCOWITZ


EricLefcowitzDave Lefkowitz interviews author Eric Lefcowitz about the Monkees following the death of Davy Jones.

Topics include: Davy Jones, The Monkees, Monkee Business, A Monkees Tale.

Segment originally aired March 3, 2012 on the “Dave’s Gone By” radio program hosted by Dave Lefkowitz.

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Dave’s Gone By Interview (3/3/12) – RICHARD SHORE & Rabbi Sol Solomon

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Dave Lefkowitz is joined in-studio by University of Northern Colorado theater school music director Richard Shore to chat about the Rabbi’s show, Shalom Dammit! and productions at UNC and Little Theater of the Rockies.

Topics include: Shalom Dammit: An Evening with Rabbi Sol Solomon, University of Northern Colorado, Little Theater of the Rockies.

Segment originally aired March 3, 2012 on the “Dave’s Gone By” radio program hosted by Dave Lefkowitz.

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Dave’s Gone By Interview (3/3/12) – MICHAEL SETH STARR

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Dave Lefkowitz interviews author Michael Seth Starr

Topics include: Redd Foxx, comedy.

Segment originally aired March 3, 2012 on the “Dave’s Gone By” radio program hosted by Dave Lefkowitz.

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