Dave’s Gone By #4 (10/27/02): PRETTY SPOOKY, HUH KIDS?


host: Dave Lefkowitz
Guest: actress Karen Young

Featuring: Guest – actress Karen Young. Plus: the satirical News Gone By, Skits (Trick or Treat, Pre-Tampered Yummies), World Weird Web (Rotten.com, Brother Theodore)

00:00:01 DAVE GOES IN
00:02:00 NEWS GONE BY
00:16:30 SKIT: Pre-Tampered Yummies (w/ Karen Young)
00:22:30 DAVE’S GOT GUESTS: Karen Young
00:37:30 SKIT: Trick or Treat (w/ Karen Young)
00:41:00 WORLD WEIRD WEB – Rotten.com (00:40:00) & Brother Theodore (00:46:00)

Oct. 27, 2002 Playlist: “The Party’s Over” (00:05:30; Bells Are Ringing, original cast); “Sniper’s Lullaby” (00:12:00; Dave Lefkowitz w/ Eddie & the Moonshiners); “Little Water Song” (00:18:30; Ute Lemper); Brother Theodore (00:48:00; audioclip from film “That’s Adequate”), “Get Out of My House” (00:51:30; Kate Bush); “Fawn” (00:54:00; Tom Waits).
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Dave’s Gone By Skit (10/20/02): CHIEF MOIST ELK

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Native-American Chief Moist Elk offers his thoughts on America’s history with smallpox

Segment originally aired Oct. 20, 2002, as part of the “Dave’s Gone By” radio program hosted by Dave Lefkowitz.

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Dave’s Gone By Skit (10/20/02): THE PUFF SULLIVAN LETTER


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Taking a cue from Sullivan Ballou, Dave reads the modern wartime missive, The Puff Sullivan Letter.

Segment originally aired Oct. 20, 2002, as part of the “Dave’s Gone By” radio program hosted by Dave Lefkowitz.

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Dave’s Gone By Interview (10/20/02): KIP KOHN

a1Dave Lefkowitz interviews angry LIPA guy, Kip Kohn

Topics include: Kohn was arrested for sending supposedly threatening checks to the Long Island Power Authority.

Segment aired Oct. 20, 2002, 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: Full Episode

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Dave’s Gone By #3 (10/20/02): THIRD TIME AROUND

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host: Dave Lefkowitz
Featuring: Dave chats with angry LIPA guy Kip Kohn, Plus: The News Gone By, Skits (Chief Moist Elk & The Puff Sullivan Letter), the World Weird Web, Inside Broadway (Say Goodnight, Gracie), and a birthday tribute to Tom Petty.

Guest: LIPA adversary Kip Kohn

00:02:00 NEWS GONE BY w/ Kip Kohn, “the angry LIPA guy” (03:30:00)
00:15:00 SKIT: “A Pox on You” (w/ Chief Moist Elk)
00:21:30 SKIT: The Puff Sullivan Letter
00:29:30 WORLD WEIRD WEB – “Comic Strips”
00:38:00 BIRTHDAY TRIBUTE – Tom Petty
00:42:00 DAVE’S GONE CULTURAL – Say Goodnight, Gracie
00:53:00 DAVE GOES OUT

Oct. 20, 2002 Playlist: “Comic Strip” (00:31:00; Serge Gainsbourg w/ Brigitte Bardot), “Feel A Whole Lot Better” (00:37:00; Tom Petty). “Easy Money” (00:46:30; “The Life,” concept recording, vocal: George Burns);“You’re Nobody Till Somebody Loves You” (00:49:00; Shooby Taylor, unreleased recording).

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(Pictured: Smallpox Road, Kip Kohn, Tom Petty, Maakies, Say Goodnight Gracie.)

Dave’s Gone By #2 (10/13/02): SECOND THINGS SECOND

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00:00:00 DAVE GOES IN
GUEST: Don Lewis (host of WGBB’s “Entertainment Long Island”)
NEWS GONE BY w/ anti-smoking rant
WORLD WEIRD WEB: Shooby Taylor (repeat)
SKIT: SounDefects
00:55:00 DAVE GOES OUT

Oct. 13, 2002 Playlist: “Way Down Now” (World Party). “Tico Tico” (Shooby Taylor, unreleased recording). “Eulogy to Lenny Bruce” (Nico).

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Dave’s Gone By #1 (10/6/02): FIRST THINGS FIRST


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Host: Dave Lefkowitz

Featuring: Rabbi Sol Solomon, News Gone By, The World Weird Web & Dave’s Gone Cultural

00:00:01 DAVE GOES IN
00:03:30 NEWS GONE BY (w/ Dave on Spalding Gray)
00:18:00 BIRTHDAY TRIBUTE – Joan Rivers
00:21:30 WORLD WEIRD WEB – Shooby Taylor
00:27:00 SKIT: RABBI SOL SOLOMON
00:36:00 DAVE’S GONE CULTURAL – “Shakey” and theater reviews
00:53:30 BIRTHDAY TRIBUTE – John Lennon
00:57:00 DAVE GOES OUT

Oct. 6, 2002 Playlist: “Too Far Down” (00:09:30; Husker Du); Joan Rivers (00:18:30; excerpt from “What Becomes a Semi-Legend Most”). “Tico Tico” (00:23:30; Shooby Taylor). “Mazeltov Dances” (00:27:00; Mickey Katz). “A Glass of Wine” (00:32:30; Klezmer Music: Marriage of Heaven & Earth). “Mockin’ Banjo” (00:34:30; Flatt & Scruggs); “Don’t Be Denied” (00:37:30; Neil Young). “Across the Universe” (00:54:00; The Beatles).
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(Pictured: Dave, Joan Rivers, Spalding Gray, Shooby Taylor, “Shakey,” John Lennon.)

Dave’s Gone By #14 (1/6/03): HERE WE ARE IN THE YEAR

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host: Dave Lefkowitz
guest: David Pace

Featuring: Dave celebrates the new year by chatting with David Pace and saluting Kahlil Gibran & Carl Sandburg. Plus: the satirical News Gone By and Dave Goes Off on sports

00:00:01 DAVE GOES IN
00:13:00 DAVE GOES OFF – Sports
00:29:00 NEWS GONE BY
00:43:00 DAVE’S GOT GUESTS – airline steward David Pace
00:55:00 POETRY CORNER – Kahlil Gibran & Carl Sandburg
01:07:00 DAVE GOES OUT

January 6, 2009 Playlist: “Heroes” & “Heroes” (Live, 67:00) (David Bowie), “Here We Are in the Year” (Neil Young), “Solfeggio” (Robert Maxwell), “Sand and Foam” (Donovan).

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(Pictured: David Pace, Kahlil Gibran, Bowie’s “Heroes” & Carl Sandburg.)