May 3, 2015 (show #507) ROYAL FLUSH

 

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Featuring: Rabbi Sol Solomon chats with photographer Steve Gottlieb (“Flush: Celebrating Bathrooms Past and Present”). Plus: Rabbi Sol’s Rabbinical Reflection on Popeyes, Saturday Segues (Ben E. King, In the News), Greeley Crimes & Old Times, Bob Dylan – Sooner & Later (testing), Inside Broadway, The Wretched Pun of Destiny (operetta).

Host: Dave Lefkowitz

Guests: photographer Steve Gottlieb, Dave’s wife Joyce

00:00:01 DAVE GOES IN w/ Joyce Weil (Room C, brain bucket, Vin Scelsa, Fordham)
00:40:00 SATURDAY SEGUE – Ben E. King
00:59:30 GREELEY CRIMES & OLD TIMES
01:29:00 Sponsors
01:30:30 DAVE GOES AWAY – New York (MoMa & The Frick)
02:01:00 Sponsors
02:05:30 GUEST: Rabbi Sol Solomon interviews Steve Gottlieb
02:53:00 INSIDE BROADWAY (news (02:53:00) & reviews: The Heidi Chronicles (03:21:30) & The King and I (03:31:00)
03:48:00 THE WRETCHED PUN OF DESTINY #34 (operetta)
03:52:30 Weather
03:55:30 BOB DYLAN – Sooner & Later (testing)
04:16:00 Friends
04:26:00 RABBI SOL SOLOMON’S RABBINICAL REFLECTION #123 (Popeyes)
04:34:00 SATURDAY SEGUE – In the News
04:54:30 DAVE GOES OUT

“I Count the Tears” (00:44:30) & “This Magic Moment” (00:46:30; (The Drifters). “Supernatural Thing, Part 1” (00:49:00) & “Stand By Me” (00:53:00), “It’s All in the Game” (04:57:00; Ben E. King). “Flushed from the Bathroom of Your Heart” (02:50:30; Johnny Cash). “Hello, Young Lovers” (03:43:30; Renee Fleming). “Born in Time” (03:57:00), “Property of Jesus” (04:01:00), “Maybe Someday” (04:05:30) & “Can You Please Crawl Out Your Window” ({alt. version}, 04:09:00; Bob Dylan). “Good Morning Baltimore” (04:34:00; Hairspray 2002 Broadway cast w/ Marissa Jaret Winokur). “Boxing” (04:38:00; Ben Folds). “Earthquakes” (04:42:30; Luie Luie). “May Day (There’s a Riot Goin’ Down) (04:45:00; Passing Strange 2008 Bway cast w/ Stew). “Dirty Bridge” (04:46:30; Amy Rigby).
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(Pictured: Steve Gottlieb and his book, Ben E. King, Elisabeth Moss in The Heidi Chronicles, Kelli O’Hara in The King and I, George Romney’s “Lady Hamilton,” Cezanne’s “Pines and Rocks (Fontainebleau?).”)

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