the djbc happy hour

# 203: 2016: The Year That Wasn't


59:37 minutes (54.59 MB)

Tonight on the show:
- 2016: A Look Back at the Year that Was Really Bad
- A Preview of the Orange Bowl, Fiesta Bowl, and Peach Bowl (and why Ohio doesn't belong in the College Football Playoffs)

SONG LIST:
(Opening) "The Christmas Song" - Jimmy Castor
"Tzena, Tzena, Tzena" - Gordon Jenkins and the Weavers
"Peace on Earth/Little Drummer Boys" - Bing Crosby & David Bowie
"Joy to the World" - Earth, Wind, and Fire
"1958/Happy New Year Baby" - Jo Ann Campbell
"Auld Lang Syne" - Guy Lombardo

The DJBC & DeShawn - 10 Minutes of Fame (#TheDJBC200)


11:34 minutes (10.59 MB)

# 200: #TheDJBC200: 200 Shows!


59:16 minutes (54.27 MB)

Tonight on the show, we've hit the century mark...again. This is Show # 200! 200 shows of "The DJBC Happy Hour" have aired since its debut on WCRS in 2011. And it's because of you, we've been going strong for the last 200 shows.

# 199: "Make College Football Great Again: BEAT OHIO STATE!"


59:44 minutes (54.69 MB)

Tonight on the show, THE GAME (Round 113) as Michigan looks for their first win over the B*ckeyes since 2011, and their first win in Columbus since 2000, in the biggest game of this rivalry since # 1 vs. # 2 in 2006 (a 42-39 B*ckeyes win), with the B*ckeyes at # 2 and Michigan at # 3. What is standing in the way is (a) the questionable Michigan quarterback situation, which we'll be kept in suspense until Saturday morning and (b) Urban Meyer. The B*ckeyes have won 13 of the last 15 meetings (2001-15), after Michigan won 10 out of 13 during the John Cooper Era (1988-2000).

THE Game:
Noon (ET) on ABC
B*ckeyes are a Touchdown Favorite

ESPN College GameDay will be LIVE from The Ohio State:
7AM to 10AM - Outside of the RPAC (W. 17th Ave.)
10:30 to Kickoff - Southwest Corner of The Shoe (inside Ohio Stadium)

PREDICTION(s):
With Speight at QB: Michigan 28, B*ckeyes 27 (Michigan's special teams blocks a crucial PAT; Jourdan Lewis seals the win with a pick; Peppers gets a pick-six and a punt return for TDs; J.T. throws one-play, 70-plus yard strikes to both Dontre Wilson and Curtis Samuel, before getting shut down in 2nd half)
With O'Korn at QB: B*ckeyes 35, Michigan 17 ("Fire Harbaugh" chants start rumbling)

OTHER GAMES OF RELEVANCE this weekend:
Penn State 24, Little Brothers 19
Alabama 30, Auburn 10
Washington 27, Washington State 21
USC 38, Notre Dame 10 (buh-bye, Bryan Kelly; hello, Urban Meyer?)
Utah 27, Colorado 16

The DJBC AfterHours on THE Game (2016): http://djbcadventures.tumblr.com/post/153541448199/the-djbc-afterhours-t...

SONG LIST:
Segway - "Don't Turn Away" re-mix (Midnite Flite)
"Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy" - Pentatonix
"Temptation" - Bing Crosby
"The Hawaiian War Chant" - Spike Jones
"Hang on Sloopy" - The McCoys
"Don't Mess Around With Jim" - Jim Croce

HOLIDAY EVENTS AROUND TOWN:
http://djbcadventures.tumblr.com/post/153302949718/christmas-in-the-614-...

# 194: 1974: Music & Headlines


2:01:53 minutes (111.6 MB)

Tonight on the show, the time machine is headed to 1974. The Watergate Scandal reaches its breaking point as President Nixon has nowhere else to hide. A deadly tornado hits Ohio in April. President Nixon resigns.

SONG LIST:
(Hour # 1)
"Killer Queen" - Queen
"The Air That I Breathe" - The Hollies
"The Night Chicago Died" - Paper Lace
"Seasons in the Suns" - Terry Jacks
"Come and Get Your Love" - Redbone
"Jet" - Paul McCartney and Wings
"Living for the City" - Stevie Wonder
"Dancing Machine" - The Jackson Five
"The Entertainer" - Marvin Hamlisch
"I Shot the Sheriff" - Eric Clapton
"Sweet Home Alabama" - Lynyrd Skynyrd
"Billy, Don't Be a Hero" - Bo Donaldson and the Heywoods
"Bennie and the Jets" - Elton John

(Hour # 2)
"Karn Evil No. 9" - Emerson, Lake, and Palmer
"Love's Theme" - Love Unlimited Orchestra
"Jungle Boogie" - Kool and the Gang
"Rock the Boat" - The Hues Corporation
"Midnight at the Oasis" - Maria Muldaur
"The Joker" - The Steve Miller Band
"Work to Do" - The Average White Band
"Call on Me" - Chicago
"Will It Go Round in Circles?" - Billy Preston
"The Way We Were" - Barbra Streisand
"Help Me" - Joni Mitchell
"The Cats In the Cradle" - Harry Chapin
"I Can Help" - Billy Swan
"The Sound of Philadelphia (T.S.O.P.)" - M(other)F(ather)S(ister)B(rother)

The World in 1974 - LINKS:
http://www.infoplease.com/year/1974.html
http://www.thepeoplehistory.com/1974.html
http://www.onthisday.com/events/date/1974
http://www.mrpopculture.com/1974
http://hubpages.com/education/biggest-headlines-of-1974
http://www.inthe70s.com/generated/time1974.shtml
http://seventies1970s.com/1974sports.htm

CENTRAL OHIO IN 1974:
- A deadly tornado strikes Xenia in April.
- Former Governor Jim Rhodes defeats incumbent John Gilligan in November.
- The Rhodes Tower is built in Downtown Columbus, while the old Franklin County Courthouse closes.
- Junior Ohio State running back Archie Griffin wins the Heisman Trophy.

# 102B: 1964: MORE Music & Headlines


58:46 minutes (53.82 MB)

SONG LIST:
"Prologue/Tradition" - Zero Mostel & Fiddler on the Roof Original Broadway Cast
"With A Little Bit of Luck" - Stanley Holloway
"Jolly Holiday" - Dick Van Dyke & Julie Andrews
"Hello, Dolly!" - Carol Channing & Hello Dolly, Original Broadway Cast
"Goin' Out of My Head" - Little Anthony and the Imperials
"Fun, Fun, Fun" - The Beach Boys
"Leader of the Pack" - The Shangri-La's
"She Loves You" - The Beatles
"I Want To Hold Your Hand" - The Beatles
"I Get Around" - The Beach Boys
"Chapel of Love" - The Dixie Cups
"Emily" - Andy Williams
"A Hard Day's Night" - The Beatles
"Can't Buy Me Love" - The Beatles
"You're Nobody Til Somebody Loves You" - Dean Martin
"The Girl from Ipanema" - Astrud Gilberto with Stan Getz
"Goldfinger" - Dame Shirley Bassey

# 190: 1982: Music & Headlines


2:08:37 minutes (117.76 MB)

#WhereWereYouIn82?

PLAYLIST:
(Hour 1)
"Centerfold" - The J. Geils Band
"The Message" - Grandmaster Flash
"Maneater" - Hall & Oates
"Rock the Casbah" - The Clash
"Rosanna" - Toto
"Allentown" - Billy Joel
"The Heat of the Moment" - Asia
"Eye of the Tiger" - Survivor
"Little Red Corvette" - Prince
"Save a Prayer" - Duran Duran

(Hour 2)
"Ebony and Ivory" - Paul McCartney & Stevie Wonder
"I Ran (So Far Away)" - A Flock of Seagulls
"Don't Talk To Strangers" - Rick Springfield
"Hearts" - Marty Balin
"Love Plus One" - Haircut 100
"I Know What Boys Like" - The Waitresses
"Abracadabra" - The Steve Miller Band
"Body Language" - Queen
"Physical" - Olivia Newton-John
"Up Where We Belong" - Joe Cocker & Jennifer Warnes
Theme from "Magnum P.I." - Mike Post, featuring Larry Carlton
"Vacation" - The Go-Gos
"And I'm Telling You I'm NOT Going" - Jennifer Holliday (a Tony Award Winner in 1982!)

COLUMBUS in 1982:
- (Columbus) Central High School closes its doors after 58 years in June.
- State Representative John Kasich (R, Westerville) is elected to the 12th District of the U.S. Congress, defeating the only Democrat to serve the 12th since the 1930s, one-term incumbent Robert N. Shamansky (D, Bexley).
- Richard Celeste is elected Governor of Ohio.
- The Capitol South Plan is laid out by City Officials in the Downtown area.
- The City of Columbus hiked the Income Tax up to 2 percent.
- Gahanna Mayor John Breen is recalled from Office after an altercation with a youth at a local fast food restaurant.
- COTA goes on strike for 17 days in November.
- A young Denison University freshman, Laura Carter, is killed by a stray bullet in the Near East Side, inspiring the Christopher Cross song "Think of Laura".
- A young 20 year old firefighter, Maurice Gates, is killed in a fire in Franklinton in 1982.

# 189: 1986: Music & Headlines


1:59:35 minutes (109.5 MB)

1986. Challenger exploded. Chernobyl left devastation in the Ukraine. The US invaded Libya. Iran-Contra. Hands Across America. Teddy Ruxpin. The Groundball in Game 6. The Drive. The Guarantee. ALF. The Venus Butterfly (yeah, we can't talk about that one on the air). James Stenbeck is resurrected from the dead. Those were just some of the things that happened in 1986.

SONGS:
L.A. Law Theme Song - Mike Post
Walk of Life - Dire Straits
Sara - Starship (the band formerly known as Jefferson Airplane, or remnants of it, anyway)
How Will I Know - Whitney Houston
Rock Me Amadeus - Falco
Living In America - James Brown
Manic Monday - The Bangles
Higher Love - Steve Winwood
Mad About You - Belinda Carlisle
Broken Wings - Mr. Mister
Walk Like An Egyptian - The Bangles
The Village/Adagio for Strings - from Platoon Soundtrack
Somewhere Out There - Linda Ronstadt & James Ingram
Take My Breath Away - Berlin
Danger Zone - Kenny Loggins
When The Going Gets Tough - Billy Ocean
Stuck With You - Huey Lewis and the News
Venus - Bananarama
Life in a Northern Town - The Dream Academy
The Final Countdown - Europe
&
(Last Call Intro) Take Me Home Tonight - Eddie Money & Ronnie Spector

HEADLINES:

SPORTS CHAMPIONS:
NBA - Boston Celtics
Super Bowl XX - Chicago Bears
Stanley Cup - Montreal Canadiens
World Series - New York Mets
World Cup - Argentina
NCAA Tournament - Louisville Cardinals
NCAA College Football - Penn State Nittany Lions
Heisman Trophy - Vinny Testaverde, QB, Miami
Master's - Jack Nicklaus (his FINAL Major victory)
Indy 500 - Bobby Rahal
The Memorial - Hal Sutton
The Game GUARANTEE - Michigan, 26-24 over the B*ckeyes at Ohio Stadium on November 22
High School Football - Bishop Hartley (Division IV) and Newark Catholic (Division V)
High School Basketball - Wehrle (Boys' Division III) and Columbus South (Girls' Division II); Columbus South was the Division II Boys' Runner-Up

# 188: 1981 - Music & Headlines


2:00:48 minutes (110.61 MB)

Tonight on the Show, we're headed back to 1981. Columbia becomes the first re-usable Space Shuttle. Prince Charles marries Lady Diana in one fairytale wedding, while Luke and Laura (on General Hospital) get hitched in the other. MTV launches (in fact, it launched 35 years ago today). The first cases of AIDS are diagnosed. Ronald Reagan is sworn in as President, and both he and Pope John Paul II dodge separate assassination attempts. Solidarity is formed in Poland. Sadat is assassinated. Hill Street Blues & Dynasty debut, as does Indiana Jones. Dreamgirls, The Pirates of Penzance, and A Soldier's Play debut on Broadway. The Rubik's Cube is created. Those were just some of the happenings of 1981.

SONG LIST:
"(Just Like) Starting Over" - John Lennon
"Celebration" - Kool and the Gang
"Hill Street Blues Theme" - Mike Post, featuring Larry Carlton
"Believe It Or Not (The Greatest American Hero Theme)" - Joey Scarbury
"Autumn Breeze (General Hospital Theme)" - Jack Urbont
"Elvira" - The Oak Ridge Boys
"Queen of Hearts" - Juice Newton
"Morning Train (Nine to Five)" - Sheena Easton
"Wordy Rappinghood" - The Tom Tom Club
"Under Pressure" - Queen & David Bowie
"Just the Two of Us" - Bill Withers with Grover Washington Jr.
"Boogie Wonderland" - Earth, Wind, and Fire
"Take It On The Run" - REO Speedwagon
"The Indiana Jones Theme" - John Williams
"Start Me Up" - The Rolling Stones
"Endless Love" - Lionel Richie & Diana Ross
"Waiting for a Girl Like You" - Foreigner
"Angel of the Morning" - Juice Newton
"Sukiyaki" - A Taste of Honey
"Girls on Film" - Duran Duran
"Arthur's Theme/The Best That You Can Do" - Christopher Cross
"Jessie's Girl" - Rick Springfield
"Being With You" - Smokey Robinson
"Key Largo" - Bertie Higgins
"Stars on 45 Medley" - Stars on 45
"Hooked on Classics" - The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
"Woman" - John Lennon

TONY AWARDS:
Best Play: Amadeus
Best Musical: 42nd Street

EMMY AWARDS:
Best Comedy: Taxi (ABC)

# 186B: 1971: Music & Headlines


1:29:52 minutes (82.28 MB)

The second part of "1971: Music & Headlines" features the sports headlines of the year.

SPORTS CHAMPIONS:
NBA: Milwaukee Bucks
MLB: Pittsburgh Pirates
NHL: Montreal Canadiens
Super Bowl V: Baltimore Colts
NCAA Basketball: UCLA Bruins
NCAA Football: Nebraska Cornhuskers
Big Ten Football: Michigan Wolverines
Heisman Trophy: Pat Sullivan, QB for Auburn
Ohio High School Basketball: Walnut Ridge Scots

Also, the Columbus City League split into TWO Divisions, and the Columbus Jets became the Charleston Charlies, leaving Columbus without professional organized baseball for the first time since the 1890s, and also leaving Columbus without a baseball team until the birth of the Columbus Clippers in 1977.

Song List (Side B):
"That's The Way I've Always Heard It Should Be" - Carly Simon
"(I Know) I'm Losing You" - Rod Stewart
"The Summer of '42/The Summer Knows" - Michel Legrand (?)
"We've Got To Get You A Woman" - Todd Rundgren
"Those Were The Days" (All in the Family Theme Song) - Carroll O'Connor & Jean Stapleton
"Pure Imagination" - Gene Wilder
"Cotton's Theme" - Barry DeVorzon
Theme from "Shaft" - Isaac Hayes
"Family Affair" - Sly and the Family Stone
"Joy to the World" - Three Dog Night
"Yo-Yo" - The Osmonds
"Tiny Dancer" - Elton John
"Draggin' the Line" - Tommy James (and the Shondells)
"Baba O'Reilly" - The Who
"Day by Day" - Robin Lamont (and the Original Cast of Godspell)
"Tea for Two" - Lawrence Welk with Norma Zimmer & Jimmy Roberts
"Jesus Christ Superstar" - Ben Vereen
"Live, Laugh, Love" - John McMartin

TONY AWARDS:
Best Musical - Company
Best Play - Sleuth

EMMY AWARDS:
Comedy Series - All in the Family (CBS) - also won for New Series
Drama Series - The Bold Ones: The Senator (NBC)
Actor, Comedy - Jack Klugman, The Odd Couple (ABC)
Actress, Comedy - Jean Stapleton, All in the Family (CBS)
Supporting Actor - Edward Asner, The Mary Tyler Moore Show (CBS)

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