Dave’s Gone By Interview (12/31/16) – DEBRA O’BRIEN & ESTHER BROWER



Dave’s cousin Debra O’Brien and aunt Esther Brower join Dave for the 2016 New Year’s Eve special.

Topics include: 2016

Segment aired Dec. 31, 2016 as part of the “Dave’s Gone By” radio program hosted by Dave Lefkowitz.
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Dave’s Gone By #587 (12/31/16): UNC RADIO NEW YEAR SPECIAL IV – HELLO 2017!

Dec. 31, 2016 (show #587) UNC RADIO NEW YEAR’S SPECIAL IV: HELLO 2017!

Host: Dave Lefkowitz
Guests: composer Brian Gari, Chicago theater critic Mary Shen Barnidge, Dave’s aunt Esther Brower, cousins Bobby & Debra O’Brien, and wife Joyce

Featuring: Dave and Joyce welcome the new year with songs, segues, phone calls, n’ banter. Plus: The Best of Greeley Crimes and Old Times.

00:00:01 DAVE GOES IN w/ Joyce
00:03:00 GUEST: Dave’s aunt Esther Brower
00:08:00 GUESTS: Dave’s cousins Debra and Bobby O’Brien
00:30:00 GUEST: musician Brian Gari
01:14:30 GUEST: theater critic Mary Shen Barnidge
02:01:30 SATURDAY SEGUE – Passings
02:31:30 RABBI SOL SOLOMON’S RABBINICAL REFLECTION #142 (2016 Farewell) {originally aired 12/24/16}
02:40:00 BEST OF GREELEY CRIMES & OLD TIMES
02:56:30 SATURDAY SEGUE – Seventeen
03:10:30 DAVE GOES OUT

“War” (00:51:30; Bob Marley). “Happy New Year to You” (00:57:30; Sun Ra). “Where are We Now?” (02:02:30) & “Heroes” ({live Stage version}; David Bowie). “Fight for Your Right to Party” (01:04:30; The Beastie Boys). “Gravy and Potatoes” (01:58:00; Dan Crow). “Diamonds and Pearls” (02:07:00; Prince). “If We Make it Through December” (02:09:00; Merle Haggard). “Faith” (02:20:30; George Michael). “You Want it Darker” 02:23:30; Leonard Cohen). “So Funky” (02:27:00; Blowfly). “Gotta Travel On” (02:36:30; The Limeliters). “Auld Lang Syne” (02:53:30; Guy Lombardo). “Alive” (02:57:00; Sia). “Seventeen” (02:57:00; Heathers 2014 off-Broadway cast). “Sixteen Going on Seventeen (Reprise)” (03:05:00; The Sound of Music w/ Mary Martin).

(pictured: Brian Gari, Mary Shen Barnidge, Esther Brower, Debra O’Brien, Dave n’ Joyce)

 

Dave’s Gone By Interview (12/31/16) – BRIAN GARI

Composer Brian Gari joins Dave for the 2016 New Year’s Eve special.

Topics include: music, Eddie Cantor, animal cruelty.

Segment aired Dec. 31, 2016 as part of the “Dave’s Gone By” radio program hosted by Dave Lefkowitz.
Please Note: 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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Dave’s Gone By #586 (12/24/16): DRY AND READY

Host: Dave Lefkowitz
Guest: Dave’s wife Joyce

Featuring: Rabbi Sol Solomon’s Rabbinical Reflection (2016 Farewell), Greeley Crimes & Old Times, Inside Broadway, Saturday Segues (Chanukah & Christmas, In the News), Bob Dylan – Sooner & Later

00:00:01 DAVE GOES IN w/ Joyce (noise machines, latkes, The Star Wars Holiday Special, kwanzaa, psoas therapy, not-so-crappy year, Carrie Fisher)
00:59:30 GREELEY CRIMES & OLD TIMES
01:27:30 DAVE GOES FURTHER IN w/ Joyce (UNC marching band)
01:35:30 SATURDAY SEGUE (In the News)
02:01:30 Sponsors
02:05:30 INSIDE BROADWAY
02:30:30 BOB DYLAN – Sooner & Later
02:50:30 RABBI SOL SOLOMON’S RABBINICAL REFLECTION #142 (2016 Farewell)
02:59:00 Friends
03:08:30 Sponsors
03:10:00 SATURDAY SEGUE – Chanukah and Christmas
03:32:00 Weather
03:34:00 DAVE GOES OUT

“Good Night but not Goodbye” (00:29:00; “The Star Wars Holiday Special” w/ Bea Arthur). “UNC Fight Song” (01:28:00; University of Northern Colorado marching band).”Fireworks” (01:37:00; Do Re Mi 1999 off-Broadway cast). “Bad Ambassador” (01:40:00; The Divine Comedy). “Berlin: Black Hole with Taxis” (01:44:00; Passing Strange 2008 Broadway cast). “Evacuation” (01:44:30; Pearl Jam). “Nuclear” (01:47:30; Ryan Adams). “You’re Timeless to Me” (02:26:00; Hairspray 2002 Broadway cast w/ Harvey Fierstein & Dick Latessa). “Once Upon a Time” (02:35:30), “Dear Landlord” (02:39:30) & “O Come All Ye Faithful” (02:42:30; Bob Dylan). “Anal Dreidel” (03:11:30), “The Twelve Complaints of Christmas” (03:18:00) & “Maoz Tzuris” (03:27:30; Rabbi Sol Solomon) “Santa Quits” (03:13:30) & “Santasia” (03:23:00; Dave Lefkowitz). “There’s no Place Like Home for the Holidays” (03:40:30; Leon Redbone).



Dave’s Gone By #585 (12/17/16): PSO IT GOES

Dec. 17, 2016 (show #585) PSO IT GOES

Host: Dave Lefkowitz
Guest: Dave’s wife Joyce

Featuring: Greeley Crimes & Old Times, Inside Broadway, Saturday Segues (Frank Zappa, In the News), Bob Dylan – Sooner & Later (winter)
00:00:01 DAVE GOES IN w/ Joyce (I am Joe’s Iliopsoas)
00:28:30 GREELEY CRIMES & OLD TIMES (machetes and $1 hot dogs)
01:32:30 SATURDAY SEGUE – Frank Zappa
02:03:00 INSIDE BROADWAY
02:25:30 BOB DYLAN – Sooner & Later (Winter)
02:47:30 Friends
03:02:30 SATURDAY SEGUE – In the News
03:32:00 Weather
03:36:30 DAVE GOES OUT

Dec. 17, 2016 Playlist: “Slave Driver” (01:19:00) & “War” (01:28:30; Bob Marley). “What Will This Evening Bring Me This Morning” (01:34:30), “Baby, Take Your Teeth Out” (01:38:00) & “You are What You Is” (01:44:30; Frank Zappa). “Orange Claw Hammer” (01:40:00; Frank Zappa & Captain Beefheart). “Deep Beneath the City” (02:23:30; In Transit 2016 Broadway cast). “Gotta Travel On” (02:27:30), “Talkin’ New York” (02:30:30) & “Sara” (02:34:00; Bob Dylan). “Thick as a Brick” (03:03:30; Jethro Tull). “Rain on the Roof” (03:06:30; The Lovin’ Spoonful). “Green Door” (Jim Lowe; 03:08:30). “The Refugee” (03:11:00; U2). “To Sir with Love” (03:14:30; Susanna Hoffs). “Winter Now” (03:40:00; Broadcast).



(pictured: Iliopsoas muscle, Frank Zappa, winter, Dave & friends)

Dave’s Gone By #584 (12/10/16): PEACE AND QUIET

Dec. 10, 2016 (show #584) PEACE AND QUIET

Guest: Dave’s wife Joyce
Featuring: Greeley Crimes & Old Times, Inside Broadway, Saturday Segues (Frank Sinatra, In the News), Bob Dylan – Sooner & Later (king)

00:00:01 DAVE GOES IN w/ Joyce (shoutcast, facebook summit, psoas, video stream of consciousness)
00:40:30 Sponsors
00:49:00 GREELEY CRIMES & OLD TIMES
01:24:00 SATURDAY SEGUE – Frank Sinatra
01:43:30 INSIDE BROADWAY
02:10:30 BOB DYLAN – Sooner & Later (king)
02:42:00 Friends
02:51:30 SATURDAY SEGUE – In the News
03:21:00 Weather
03:26:00 DAVE GOES OUT


(pictured: Frank Sinatra, Iliopsoas muscle)

SONGS – List & Links

Hi folks! Here are audio archives and written lyrics of original songs performed on DAVE’S GONE BY.
All material is copyright protected by the author, as noted.

Captain Liflander’s War Madrigal
(5/3/03) Dave unearths a patriotic war song from the not-so-good-old days.
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Cover’d with Crap
(3/16/03) Dave sings a delightfully repugnant sea shanty.
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Dayenu 2003
(4/13/03): Rabbi Sol Solomon sings a Purim song about the resilience of the Jews.
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Deep in the Heart of Dallas
(7/9/16): Dave sings a socio-political ditty.
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A Dingo Ate My Baby
(1/26/03) Dave goes down under to sing of a tasty tragedy.
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Don’t Mess with Us
(3/16/03): Rabbi Sol Solomon sings a Purim song about the resilience of the Jews.
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Enema Blues
(1/19/03): Joined by Scott Rodolitz, Dave Lefkowitz sings the Fisch-Heads song, “Enema Blues.”
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(I’m Having a) Gay Christmas
(12/23/04): Gay icon Peter Fitzgerald sings a Yuletide ditty.
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Is it Good for the Jews?
(12/9/04): Rabbi Sol Solomon asks an age-old question in song.
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It’s a Stiff
(12/8/03): A holiday ditty based on the true story of a woman who disposed of her unwanted infant in a not-so-Christmassy way.
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Jeopardy Ken
(7/22/04): A song of tribute to Jeopardy champion Ken Jennings.
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Joey, the Spastic Kangaroo
(1/26/03): Dave goes down under to relate the tale of a mentally retarded marsupial.
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Look What They Done to My Head
(6/24/04): With Muslim terrorists now staging decapitations for video, let’s imagine a song to go with them.
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Makin’ Poopies
(11/4/04): A song celebrating the joys of relief.
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M-O-T-H-E-R
(5/11/03): Dave sings a Mother’s Day tribute to moms, acronymically.
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My Doggy’s Christmas Gift
(12/30/04): A holiday song to warm the cockles of pet lovers’ hearts everywhere.
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Nirvanity
(12/1/02): Dave sings about the merchandising of Kurt Cobain.
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Oh, Dat Ben!
(11/14/15): Dave found this beautiful, spiritual hymn sung by presidential candidate Ben Carson. Or at least about him.
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The Rectum of Edmund Fitzgerald
(1/19/04): A ballad not-so-loosely based on the Mepham High School sodomy trial on Long Island.
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Santasia
(12/23/04): A deeply warped and perverted take on “The Night Before Christmas,” for your holiday pleasure.
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Seamus, the Urine Man
(3/16/03): Recently back from Dublin, Dave sings of his encounter with an Irish legend.
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Sniper’s Lullaby
(10/27/02): A song, to the tune of “Hobo’s Lullaby,” that celebrates the capture of the Beltway Snipers
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Take Your Underoos Down (The Rolf Harris Song)
(7/19/14): In July 2014, legendary Australian TV personality Rolf Harris was sentenced to 69 months in prison for molesting numerous under-aged women over the course of two decades. Let’s hear his song, shall we?
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Three Nights Before Christmas (2002)
(12/22/02): Dave recites a topical holiday poem.
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Trayvon
(7/20/13): A song about the Trayvon Martin/George Zimmerman confrontation and trial.
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The Twelve Complaints of Christmas
(12/22/02): Rabbi Sol Solomon sings a crabby holiday classic.
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Twelve Months of Dave’s Gone By
(12/22/02): Dave sings a holiday carol for his radio show.
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Undies
(8/24/13): At last, Joey Eugene Gallegos, the Greeley Underwear Bandit, has been apprehended, and here is his song.
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We Killed Santa Claus
(12/23/04): A humbuggy holiday carol.
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When Bushie Goes Marching In
(3/23/03): Dave’s rah-rah ballad to mark the start of the war in Iraq.
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Dave’s Gone By #583 (12/3/16): ALL HANDS ON DEC


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Host: Dave Lefkowitz

Guest: Dave’s wife Joyce

Featuring: Greeley Crimes & Old Times, Inside Broadway, Saturday Segues (Tom Waits, In the News), Bob Dylan – Sooner & Later

00:00:01 DAVE GOES IN w/ Joyce (Krazy Kanye, Tom Waits, video surfing, Yolk)
00:32:30 GRELEY CRIMES & OLD TIMES
01:16:00 MUSICAL REWIND w/ Joyce
01:41:30 Sponsors
01:47:30 SATURDAY SEGUE – Tom Waits
02:18:30 Sponsors
02:23:30 INSIDE BROADWAY (news (02:23:30) & review (Oh Hello 02:37:00)
02:51:30 BOB DYLAN – Sooner & Later (tour finale)
03:11:00 Friends
03:19:00 SATURDAY SEGUE – In the News
03:47:30 Weather
03:50:30 DAVE GOES OUT

Dec. 3, 2016 Playlist: “Theme Song” (05:00:00; The Banana Splits). “IOU” (01:17:00; Freeez). “Super Freak” (01:20:00; Rick James). “Freaks Come Out at Night” (01:23:00; Whodini). “Children’s Story” (01:23:00; Slick Rick). “Push It” (01:27:30; Salt and Pepa). “U Can’t Touch This” (01:29:30; MC Hammer). “Pass the Dutchie” (01:32:00). “Saving All My Love for You” (01:52:30), “The Ocean Doesn’t Want Me” (02:02:00), “Satisfied” (02:03:30) & “Take it with Me” (02:08:00; Tom Waits) “You Can’t Unring a Bell” (01:56:00; These Immortal Souls). “Medley” (A Bronx Tale 2016 Paper Mill Playhouse cast). “Why Try to Change Me Now” (02:56:00), “Highway 61 Revisited” ({Take 5 version} 03:00) & “Beyond Here Lies Nothing” (03:03:00; Bob Dylan). “Bloodbuzz Ohio” (03:20:30; The National). “Pipeline” (03:25:00; The Chantays). “Lay of the Last Tinker” (03:27:30; Donovan). “I’m Carrying” (03:29:00; Paul McCartney). “Unemployed” (03:31:30; Steve Goodman).
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(pictured: December, Tom Waits, Oh, Hello)