Dave’s Gone By #431 (7/27/13): Cohen on the Telephone


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Featuring: Rabbi Sol Solomon chats with author Mark Cohen (“Overweight Sensation: The Life & Comedy of Allan Sherman”). Also: Dave chats with actress-singer Carole Demas, Saturday Segue (parodies), Bob Dylan – Sooner & Later (Self Portraiture), and Rabbi Sol’s Rabbinical Reflection (abortion in Texas).

Host: Dave Lefkowitz

Guests: biographer Mark Cohen, actress Carole Demas

00:00:01 Pre-Show
00:05:00 DAVE GOES IN
00:21:30 SATURDAY SEGUE – Parodies
00:53:30 Sponsors
01:01:30 GUEST: Rabbi Sol Solomon interviews Mark Cohen
02:22:30 BOB DYLAN: Sooner & Later – Self Portraiture
02:25:00 RABBI SOL SOLOMON’S RABBINICAL REFLECTION #073 – (Abortion in Texas)
03:00:30 GUEST: Carole Demas
03:32:30 Thanks, Weather & Friends
03:44:30 DAVE SAYS BYE – J.J. Cale
03:48:30 DAVE GOES OUT

July 27, 2013 Playlist: “Going Green” (00:22:30) & “I Wrecked My Heart with Spam and Crisco” (00:45:00; Capitol Steps). “How Much is That Pickle in the Window” (00:25:00) & “Come On a-My House” (00:33:30; Mickey Katz). “Trayvon” (00:27:30) & “The Rectum of Edmund Fitzgerald” (00:35:30; Dave). “King of Suede” (00:29:30; Weird Al Yankovic). “Johnny I Hardly Knew Ye” (00:39:30; The Clancy Brothers). “My Dead Dog Rover” (00:43:00; Hank, Stu, Dave & Hank). “Hello Muddah, Hello Fadduh” (00:58:30), “One Hippopotami” (01:04:30), “Shake Hands with Your Uncle Max” (01:18:30), “With a Little Bit of Lox” (01:27:00), “On the Streets Where We Live” (01:28:30), “Sarah Jackman” (01:37:00), “Harvey and Sheila” (01:41:00), “Crazy Downtown” (01:49:30), “76 Sol Cohens” (01:57:00), “Hail to Thee, Fat Person” (02:02:30), “Good Advice” (02:08:30) & “Hello Muddah, Hello Fadduh” ({1964 version} (02:15:00). “Copper Kettle” (02:29:30), “Belle Isle” (02:33:00), “It Hurts Me Too” (02:35:30), “The Days of 49” (02:39:00), “Alberta #2” (02:44:00), “Living the Blues” (02:47:00; Bob Dylan). “Last Will and Testament” (03:49:00; Eric Clapton & J.J. Cale).

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(Pictured from top: Overweight Sensation, Mark Cohen, Carole Demas, J.J. Cale.)

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