Dave’s Gone By Interview (1/26/13) – RAY COONEY & Rabbi Sol Solomon


RayCooneyRabbi Sol Solomon chats with British playwright and director Ray Cooney (Run for Your Wife, Funny Money).

Topics include: writing farce and the film version of Run for Your Wife.

Segment originally aired Jan. 26, 2013 on the “Dave’s Gone By” radio program hosted by Dave Lefkowitz.

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Dave’s Gone By #409 (1/26/13): Run for Your Wifi


a1Featuring: Rabbi Sol Solomon chats with playwright Ray Cooney (Run for Your Wife, Funny Money) and offers his Rabbinical Reflection on the Algerian crisis. Plus: Inside Broadway (Drood), the satirical News Gone By, Bob Dylan – Sooner & Later (Ray), and birthday Saturday Segues.

Host: Dave Lefkowitz

Guest: playwright Ray Cooney

00:00:01 Pre-show intro
00:03:30 DAVE GOES IN
00:12:00 SATURDAY SEGUE – Sarah, Lucinda & Margo
00:51:00 INSIDE BROADWAY (news (00:51:30) & review (The Mystery of Edwin Drood)
01:21:00 GUEST: Rabbi Sol Solomon interviews Ray Cooney
02:01:30 Sponsors
02:06:30 BOB DYLAN – Sooner & Later (Ray)
02:41:00 NEWS GONE BY
02:48:00 RABBI SOL SOLOMON’S RABBINICAL REFLECTION #53 (The Battle of Algiers)
02:54:30 Weather & Friends
02:59:00 SATURDAY SEGUE – Cantor & Channing
03:13:00 DAVE GOES OUT

Jan. 26, 2013 Playlist: “Something About What Happens When We Talk” (00:12:30), “Drunken Angel” (00:25:00) & “Sweet Old World” (00:36:00; Lucinda Williams). “Blue Guitar” (00:16:00), “Miles from Our Home” (00:28:00) & “Sweet Jane” (00:40:3 0; Cowboy Junkies), “Blue” (00:22:00), “Fallen” (00:33:00) & “Wear Your Love Like Heaven” (00:44:00; Sarah McLachlan). “All I Ask of You” (01:00:00; The Phantom of the Opera (orig London cast w/ Michael Crawford). “Don’t Quit While You’re Ahead” (01:18:00; The Mystery of Edwin Drood, 1985 Broadway cast). “Caribbean Wind” (02:08:00), “Don’t Fall Apart on Me Tonight” (02:14:00), “Standing in the Doorway” (02:25:30) & “Floater” (02:33:00; Bob Dylan). “Gotta Serve Somebody” (02:19:30; Shirley Caesar). “Turning of the Tide” (02:45:00; Bob Mould). “Before the Parade Passes By” (03:03:00; Hello, Dolly!, 1964 Broadway cast w/ Carol Channing). “My Baby Just Cares for Me” (03:06:30) & “Makin’ Whoopee!” (03:11:00; Eddie Cantor). “A Good Man is Hard to Find” (03:08:00; Carol Channing). “Mad Rush” (Philip Glass).
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(Pictured: Ray Cooney, “Run for Your Wife,” map of Algeria, The Mystery of Edwin Drood.)

Dave’s Gone By Interview (1/19/13): LOUDON WAINWRIGHT III


LoudonWainwrightDave Lefkowitz chats with singer-songwriter Loudon Wainwright III.

Topics include: his career and latest CD, “Older than My Old Man Now.”

Segment originally aired Jan. 19, 2013 on the “Dave’s Gone By” radio program hosted by Dave Lefkowitz.

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Dave’s Gone By #408 (1/19/13): Wain’s World


a1Featuring: Dave chats with singer-songwriter Loudon Wainwright III. Plus: Rabbi Sol Solomon offers his Rabbinical Reflection Lance Armstrong’s confession, Inside Broadway (The Other Place), and Bob Dylan – Sooner & Later (copyright).

Host: Dave Lefkowitz

Guest: singer-songwriter Loudon Wainwright III

00:00:01 DAVE GOES IN
00:12:30 SATURDAY SEGUE – Loudon Wainwright III
00:43:30 INSIDE BROADWAY (news (00:44:00) & The Other Place (01:03:00)
01:14:00 GUEST: Loudon Wainwright III
02:00:00 Sponsors
02:06:00 BOB DYLAN – Sooner & Later (copyright)
02:46:30 RABBI SOL SOLOMON’S RABBINICAL REFLECTION #53 (Lance Armstrong)
02:59:30 DAVE GOES OUT

Jan. 29, 2013 Playlist: “The Swimming Song” (00:12:30; {BBC Sessions version}), “People in Love” (00:15:30), “Carmine Street” (00:18:30), “No Knees” (00:21:00), “Unhappy Anniversary” (00:23:30), “You Can’t Fail Me Now” (00:26:30), “This Song Don’t Have a Video” (00:30:00), “School Song” (00:32:00), “Dead Skunk” (00:35:00), “the Here and the Now” (01:10:30), “Over the Hill” (01:19:30), “Daughter” (01:32:00), “Liza” (01:35:30), “I Remember Sex” ({w/ Dame Edna} 01:46:00), “Strange Weirdos” (01:53:30), “Pretty Good Day” (03:04:30) (Loudon Wainwright III). “One Normal Night” (00:47:30; The Addams Family (Broadway cast)), “Mixed-Up Confusion” (02:12:00), “Kingsport Town” (02:14:30), “Hero Blues” (02:18:00), “No More Auction Block” (02:19:30), “Corrina, Corrina” (02:22:30), “Rambling Gambling Willie” (02:25:00) & “Honey, Just Allow Me One More Chance” (02:29:00; Bob Dylan). “Google” (02:39:30; Art Paul Schlosser). “Heroes” ({live “Stage” version}, 02:53:00; David Bowie).

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(pictured from top: Loudon Wainwright III, then and now; Lance Armstrong & Oprah Winfrey, Laurie Metcalf & Daniel Stern in The Other Place; Bob Dylan 50th Anniversary CD.)

Dave’s Gone By Interview (1/12/13) – PETER MARSHALL & Rabbi Sol Solomon


petermarshallRabbi Sol Solomon chats with entertainer and “Hollywood Squares” host Peter Marshall.

Topics include: “Hollywood Squares,” cabaret and yesteryear.

Segment originally aired Jan. 12, 2013 on the “Dave’s Gone By” radio program hosted by Dave Lefkowitz.

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Dave’s Gone By #407 (1/12/13): Circle Gets the Square


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Featuring: Rabbi Sol Solomon chats with entertainer Peter Marshall (“Hollywood Squares”) and offers his Rabbinical Reflection on Al Gore selling out to Al Jazeera. Plus: Inside Broadway (Glengarry Glen Ross, The Last Seder, My Name is Asher Lev), Bob Dylan – Sooner & Later, and Saturday Segues (birthdays, fingers).

Host: Dave Lefkowitz

Guest: entertainer Peter Marshall

00:00:01 DAVE GOES IN
00:08:30 SATURDAY SEGUE – birthdays
00:35:30 INSIDE BROADWAY (news (00:36:00), Glengarry Glen Ross (00:42:30), My Name is Asher Lev (00:47:30), The Last Seder (00:51:30), “Broadway Musicals – A Jewish Legacy” (00:54:30)
01:06:00 GUEST: Rabbi Sol Solomon chats with Peter Marshall
01:51:00 BOB DYLAN – Sooner & Later
02:27:00 RABBI SOL SOLOMON’S RABBINICAL REFLECTION #52 – Al Gorezeera
02:33:30 Weather & Friends
02:37:30 SATURDAY SEGUE – Fingers
03:03:30 DAVE GOES OUT

Jan. 12, 2013 Playlist: “Wishing on Telstar” (09:00:00; Susanna Hoffs). “Sway” (00:13:00) & “Ventilator Blues” (00:21:30; The Rolling Stones). “I’m a Band Leader” (00:17:00) & “Golden Birdies” (00:25:00; Captain Beefheart). “Beware of Darkness” (00:18:00; Matthew Sweet & Susanna Hoffs). “Tell Me” (00:26:30; The Bangles). “Hollywood Squares Final Episode” (excerpt; 01:03:30; “Hollywood Squares” w/ Peter Marshall). “And Then She Wrote (Trailer)” (01:39:00; And Then She Wrote w/ Peter Marshall). “Isis” (01:53:30), “North Country Blues” (02:00:00), “Hazel” (02:05:00), “One Too Many Mornings” (02:07:30), “If You See Her Say Hello” (02:10:00), “Something There is About” (02:15:00) & “You’re Gonna Make Me Lonesome When You Go” (02:19:30; Bob Dylan). “Linger” (02:47:00; The Cranberries). “Different Finger” (02:51:00; Elvis Costello). “Cross Your Fingers” (02:53:00; Laura Marling). “Magic Fingers” (02:55:30; Frank Zappa). “Magic Finger” (02:59:30; James Kochalka). “Powderfinger” (03:06:30; Neil Young).
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(Pictured from top: Peter Marshall, Glengarry Glen Ross (w/ Al Pacino & Bobby Cannavale), My Name is Asher Lev (w/ Peter Nelson & Ari Brand), The Last Seder, Al Gore, anonymous finger.)