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# 171: The DJBC Happy Hour Best-In Show for 2015


59:41 minutes (54.64 MB)

Tonight on the show, a look back on The DJBC Happy Hour in 2015. What were the 10 best shows of this show in the past year? Find out...tonight.

# 164: 1990: Music and (Almost No) Headlines


1:00:18 minutes (55.21 MB)

1990. A great year for Nelson Mandela, the Cincinnati Reds, UNLV Basketball, the Detroit Pistons, David Dinkins, and Germany. Not a great year if you were the Cleveland Browns, the Iron Lady (Margaret Thatcher), the Ohio State B*ckeyes, Marion Berry, or Milli Vanilli.

HEADLINES:
- David Dinkins is sworn in as the first Black mayor of New York City.
- Douglas Wilder of Virginia becomes the first African-American governor of any state.
- George V. Voinovich (R) is elected Governor of Ohio.
- Saddam Hussein orders Iraq to invade Kuwait, leading to the Gulf War.
- East and West Germany are re-unified. The Berlin Wall demolition officially begins.
- British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher resigns.
- Nelson Mandela is freed from prison after over 27 years in prison.
- Lech Walesa is elected President of Poland.
- The Hubble Space Telescope is launched.
- President Bush signs the Clean Air Act.
- The U.S. hits a major recession.
- OUT: "X" Rating; IN: "NC-17" Rating

SONG LIST:
"Back on the Block" - Quincy Jones, et al. (1991 Grammy Winner: Album of the Year for 1990)
"Ice Ice Baby" - Vanilla Ice (with the bass line plagiarised from Queen & David Bowie's collaboration "Under Pressure")
"Blame It On The Rain" - Milli Vanilli
"Hold On" - Wilson Phillips
"We Didn't Start the Fire" - Billy Joel
"Love Will Lead You Back" - Taylor Dayne
"Under the Gun" - Randy Newman
"The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air" - DJ Jazzy Jeff and the Fresh Prince
"U Can't Touch This" - MC Hammer (with bass line borrowed from Rick James' "Superfreak")
"The John Dunbar Theme (from Dances with Wolves)" - John Barry (1991 Academy Award Winner - Best Picture of 1990, Best Director for Kevin Costner; Best Original Score for Barry)
"Everybody Dance Now" - C.C. and the Music Factory
"Unchained Melody" - The Righteous Brothers (recorded in 1965, but charted in 1990, thanks to the film "Ghost")
"Vogue" - Madonna

CHAMPIONS:

# 162: The Frank Sinatra Centennial Happy Hour


59:53 minutes (54.83 MB)

Tonight on the show, 100 years of the Chairman of the Board, Francis Albert "Frank" Sinatra (1915-1998), in song.

SONG LIST:
"Fly Me To The Moon" - Johnny Mathis
"All the Way" - Billie Holiday (OSCAR WINNER - Best Original Song, 1958)
"New York, New York" - On the Town; 2014 Broadway Revival Cast (TONY NOMINEE - Best Musical Revival, 2015)
"I've Got the World on a String" - Nat King Cole
"The Way You Look Tonight" - Frank Sinatra (OSCAR WINNER - Best Original Song, 1937)
"Night and Day" - Sergio Mendes and Brasil '66
"Love and Marriage" - Dinah Shore
"My Kind of Town (Chicago)" - Frank Sinatra (OSCAR NOMINEE - Best Original Song, 1965)
"High Hopes" - Doris Day (OSCAR WINNER - Best Original Song, 1960)
"Ciribiribirin" - Lawrence Welk, with Warren Luening on trumpet
"Old Devil Moon" - Jo Stafford
"Strangers in the Night" - Cake
"Something Stupid" - Frank & Nancy Sinatra
"Something" - The Beatles
"That's Life" - Frank Sinatra
"My Way" - Frank Sinatra

MUSIC BEDS:
"Fly Me To The Moon" - Joe Harnell
"The Man With The Golden Gun/Frankie Machine" - Elmer Bernstein

# 160-B: 1965: Music (NO Headlines) - Bonus Hour


1:02:53 minutes (57.58 MB)

Tonight, more songs from 1965.

SONG LIST:
"Subterranean Homesick Blues" - Bob Dylan
"The Shadow of Your Smile" - Astrud Gilberto
"In My Life" - The Beatles
"Downtown" - Petula Clark
"You've Lost That Lovin' Feeling" - The Righteous Brothers
"Beggin'" - The Four Seasons
"What's New, Pussycat?" - Tom Jones
"The Ballad of Cat Ballou" - Nat King Cole & Stubby Kaye
"We Can Work It Out" - The Beatles
"Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood" - The Animals
"The 'In' Crowd" - The Ramsey Lewis Trio
"Wait Till We're Sixty-Five" - William Daniels
"The Spanish Flea" - Herb Alpert and the Tijuana Brass
"Houston" - Dean Martin
"Crying in the Chapel" - Elvis Presley
"Ticket to Ride" - The Beatles
"Edelweiss" - The Sound of Music
"It Was A Very Good Year" - Frank Sinatra
"(To Everything, There Is A Season) Turn, Turn, Turn" - The Byrds

Top 100 Songs from 1965: http://www.musicoutfitters.com/topsongs/1965.htm
Top Grossing Films from 1965: http://www.listal.com/list/top-grossing-films-1965
Top TV Shows in 1965 and their Opening Themes: http://kearth101.cbslocal.com/2011/04/26/top-tv-shows-amp-their-opening-...
1965 TV Intros: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kVH2ALDfkEc
1965 TV Intros, II: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UGHuGVE8dpw
1965 TV Intros, III: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D-KZZ0ZHbmI
50 Years Ago (from The Atlantic): http://www.theatlantic.com/photo/2015/03/50-years-ago-a-look-back-at-196...

DJBC Halloween Promo 2015


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Promo for October 12th "The DJBC Happy Hour"

# 160: 1965: The Music and Headlines


58:28 minutes (53.54 MB)

Tonight on the show, some of the music from 1965, one of the most turbulent years in American history, as the carefree 1950s, made way for the turbulent 1960s.

HEADLINES:
Coming Soon

SPORTS CHAMPIONS:
NCAA Basketball: UCLA Bruins
NCAA Football: Alabama Crimson Tide
NFL: Green Bay Packers (first championship in January and in Color)
AFL: Buffalo Bills
NBA: Boston Celtics
World Series: Los Angeles Dodgers
Stanley Cup: Montreal Canadiens
The Game: The Ohio State (9-7 in Ann Arbor, broadcast in Living Color on NBC)
Big Ten: Michigan State Spartans
Ohio High School Basketball: Columbus South Bulldogs

SONG LIST:
"Help!" - The Beatles
"Stop! In The Name of Love" - The Supremes
"Hang on Sloopy" - The McCoys
"This Diamond Ring" - Gary Lewis and the Playboys
"Eve of Destruction" - Barry McGuire
"A Walk In The Black Forest" - Horst Jankowski
"Michelle" - The Beatles
"I Got You Babe" - Sonny and Cher
"Ain't That Peculiar" - Marvin Gaye
Suite from Dr. Zhivago - MGM Studio Orchestra
"So Long, Farewell" - The Von Trapp Kids/The Sound of Music
"Yesterday" - The Beatles

Rock & Roll Shows of 1965: http://metv.com/lists/shindig-shivaree-hullabaloo-and-the-great-rock-rol...
Columbus City School District in 1965: http://digital-collections.columbuslibrary.org/cdm/ref/collection/maps/i...
1965 (Mr. Pop Culture): http://www.mrpopculture.com/1965
Headlines of 1965: http://www.the60sofficialsite.com/The_Headlines_of_1965.html
Subterranean Homesick Blues (Cue Cards): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=67u2fmYz7S4
1965 (The People's History): http://www.thepeoplehistory.com/1965.html
Sports in 1965: https://www.usi.edu/1965/retro/sports.asp

# 156: 1985, The Music and Headlines (Full Two Hours)


2:02:41 minutes (112.32 MB)

Tonight on the show, we are headed back in our DeLorean to 1985.
“Back to the Future” was the highest-grossing film. Ronald Reagan began his second term as U.S. President. Mikhail Gorbachev was appointed as Soviet Premier after the death of Konstantin Chernenko. Actor Rock Hudson would become the first celebrity to acknowledge that he had AIDS. “We Are the World” and “Do They Know It’s Christmas?” helped raise awareness on the world around us, especially in Africa. “The Cosby Show” was the # 1 show on television, and won big at the Emmys. “Miami Vice” helped popularize both music and fashion.

SONG LIST:
(Hour # 1)
"The Power of Love" - Huey Lewis and the News
"Shout" - Tears for Fears
"We Built This City" - Jefferson Airplane Starship
"Don't You Forget About Me" - Simple Minds
"Glory Days" - Bruce Springsteen
"Neutron Dance" - The Pointer Sisters
"Miss Celie's Blues (Sister)" - Margaret "Shug" Avery
"The Boys of Summer" - Don Henley
"Miami Vice" Theme - Jan Hammer
"Moonlighting" Theme - Al Jarreau
"According to Our New Arrivals" - Leon Redbone
"A View to Kill" - Duran Duran
"One Night in Bangkok" - Murray Head
"Brothers in Arms" - Dire Straits

(Hour 2)
"Take On Me" - A Ha
"Rhythm of the Night" - DeBarge
"You Spin Me (Like a Record)" - Dead or Alive
"Everybody Wants To Rule The World" - Tears for Fears
"Easy Lover" - Phil Collins & Philip Bailey
"Obsession" - Animotion
"Turn Up The Radio" - Autograph
"Man In Motion" - John Parr
"Smooth Operator" - Sade
"Living In America" - James Brown
"We Are The World" - USA for Africa (a.k.a. Pick an a-list musical artist that was VERY popular in 1985, and chances were that they volunteered themselves for duty for this Award-winning, fund-raising song, which raised $ 50 million for famine relief in Ethiopia)

SPORTS CHAMPIONS:
Super Bowl XIX: San Francisco 49ers
NBA:
Stanley Cup:
World Series: Kansas City Royals
NCAA Tournament:
NCAA Women's Tournament:
College Football:

# 156: 1985, The Music & Headlines (Part 2 of 2)


59:28 minutes (54.46 MB)

Tonight on the show, we are headed back in our DeLorean to 1985.
“Back to the Future” was the highest-grossing film. Ronald Reagan began his second term as U.S. President. Mikhail Gorbachev was appointed as Soviet Premier after the death of Konstantin Chernenko. Actor Rock Hudson would become the first celebrity to acknowledge that he had AIDS. “We Are the World” and “Do They Know It’s Christmas?” helped raise awareness on the world around us, especially in Africa. “The Cosby Show” was the # 1 show on television, and won big at the Emmys. “Miami Vice” helped popularize both music and fashion. Magic's Lakers beat Larry's Celtics in the NBA Finals in six games, and "That Team Up North" beat the B*ckeyes in the Big House, after the B*ckeyes got upset by Wisconsin, following an upset of # 1-ranked Iowa at the Shoe. The Columbus Citizen-Journal Newspaper was laid to rest, after attempts to buy the fledgling newspaper came up millions of dollars short.

EMMY AWARDS:
Comedy Series - The Cosby Show (NBC)
Drama Series - Cagney & Lacey (CBS)
Limited Series -
Made for TV Movie -
Daytime Drama - The Young and the Restless (CBS)
Actor, Comedy Series - Robert Guillaume, Benson (ABC)
Actress, Comedy Series - Jane Curtin, Kate & Allie (CBS)
Supporting Actor, Comedy Series - John Larroquette, Night Court (NBC)
Supporting Actress, Comedy Series - Rhea Perlman, Cheers (NBC)
Actor, Drama Series - William Daniels, St. Elsewhere (NBC)
Actress, Drama Series - Tyne Daly, Cagney & Lacey (CBS)
Supporting Actor, Drama Series - Edward James Olmos, Miami Vice (NBC)
Supporting Actress, Drama Series - Betty Thomas, Hill Street Blues (NBC)
Actor, Limited Series/Movie/Special - Richard Crenna, The Rape of Richard Beck (NBC)
Supporting Actor, Limited Series/Movie/Special - Karl Malden, Fatal Vision (NBC)
Actor, Daytime Drama - Darnell Williams, All My Children (ABC)
Actress, Daytime Drama - Kim Zimmer, Guiding Light (CBS)

# 156: 1985, The Music & Headlines (Part 1 of 2)


59:54 minutes (54.86 MB)

Tonight on the show, we are headed back in our DeLorean to 1985.
“Back to the Future” was the highest-grossing film. Ronald Reagan began his second term as U.S. President. Mikhail Gorbachev was appointed as Soviet Premier after the death of Konstantin Chernenko. Actor Rock Hudson would become the first celebrity to acknowledge that he had AIDS. “We Are the World” and “Do They Know It’s Christmas?” helped raise awareness on the world around us, especially in Africa. “The Cosby Show” was the # 1 show on television, and won big at the Emmys. “Miami Vice” helped popularize both music and fashion. And Columbus bid farewell to the Columbus Citizen-Journal.

Sports Champions:
Super Bowl XIX: San Francisco 49ers
World Series: Kansas City Royals
Stanley Cup: Edmonton Oilers
NBA Finals: Los Angeles Lakers (Magic > Larry...again)
NCAA Men's Tournament: Villanova Wildcats
NCAA Women's Tournament: Old Dominion Lady Monarchs
The Game: Michigan
Local High School Football: St. Francis DeSales Stallions (Division III) and Newark Catholic Green Wave (Division V)

SONG LIST:
(Hour # 1)
"The Power of Love" - Huey Lewis and the News
"Shout" - Tears for Fears
"We Built This City" - Jefferson Airplane Starship
"Don't You Forget About Me" - Simple Minds
"Glory Days" - Bruce Springsteen
"Neutron Dance" - The Pointer Sisters
"Miss Celie's Blues (Sister)" - Margaret "Shug" Avery
"The Boys of Summer" - Don Henley
"Miami Vice" Theme - Jan Hammer
"Moonlighting" Theme - Al Jarreau
"According to Our New Arrivals" - Leon Redbone
"A View to Kill" - Duran Duran
"One Night in Bangkok" - Murray Head
"Brothers in Arms" - Dire Straits

1985 (The People's History): http://www.thepeoplehistory.com/1985.html#events
1985 (Spiffy): http://www.spiffy-entertainment.com/1985mem.html
1985 (In the '80s): http://www.inthe80s.com/time1985.shtml
1985 (1980s Flashback): http://www.1980sflashback.com/1985/news.asp

Christmas Specials In July '15 Promo


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