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# 479 - Musical Day of the Dead VIII: FULL Two-Hour Show

2:00:04 minutes (105.05 MB)

The 8th Annual Musical Day of the Dead pays tribute to artists and musicians lost in the past year.


“Fame” - Irene Cara
“Hold Me” - Fleetwood Mac
“Deep Purple” (1963) - Nino Tempo and April Stevens
“Dream Weaver” - Gary Wright
"If You Could Read My Mind" - Gordon Lightfoot
"Along Comes Mary" - The Association
“Wives & Lovers Suite” - Burt Bacharach
"Mr. Tambourine Man" - The Byrds
“Take It To The Limit” - The Eagles (written by Randy Meisner)
"I Left My Heart in San Francisco" - Tony Bennett
“Who Put The Bomp” - Barry Mann (co-written by Cynthia Weil)
“Suite: Judy Blue Eyes” - Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young
“Jamaica Farewell” - Harry Belafonte
"You Make Loving Fun" - Fleetwood Mac
Clip: “Cafe Regio” - Isaac Hayes (RIP Richard Roundtree)


Clip: “Flashdance…What A Feeling” - Irene Cara
“Everywhere” - Fleetwood Mac
“All-Star” - Smash Mouth
“Private Dancer” - Tina Turner
“A Beautiful Morning” - The Rascals
“The Girl from Ipanema” - Astrud Gilberto with Stan Getz
Clips, including “It Don’t Mean A Thing” & “Sing, You Sinners” - Arthur Duncan
“Tie A Yellow Ribbon” - Clay Hart
“The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down” - The Band
“My Cup Runneth Over” - Ed Ames
“People in Your Neighborhood” clip - Bob McGrath with Barbara Walters
“Margaritaville” - Jimmy Buffett
“You Ain’t Seen Nothin’ Yet” - Bachman-Turner Overdrive
“40 Hour Week” - Alabama
“Save the Last Dance” - The Drifters
“Is That All There Is” - Tony Bennett
Clip - “We’ll Be Together Again” - Tony Bennett with Bill Evans
“The Last Farewell” - Roger Whittaker

# 439 - Musical Day of the Dead VII: Tale As Old As Time

2:00:38 minutes (106.37 MB)

Tonight on the show, we pay homage to artists lost within the last 12 months since Musical Day of the Dead VI.

Musicians Who Died in 2022:

# 398 - Musical Day of the Dead VI - Just A Show

1:05:02 minutes (59.56 MB)

Tonight on the show, a Musical Tribute to some of the artists we lost between November 1, 2020 and October 31, 2021.

**Working On This**
Intro Music Bed - "O Tannenbaum" - Vince Guaraldi Trio (featuring Jerry Granelli, 1940-2021 on the drums)
CLIP: "My Mother the Car" Theme - TeeVee Toons (Ralph Carmichael, composer; 1927-2021)
"Just A Friend" - Biz Markie (1964-2021)
"You Need Me" - The Honeybees (featuring Dawn Wells; 1938-2020)
"Girl, You Know It's True" - Milli Vanilli (featuring the REAL & ACTUAL Voice of the duo - John Davis, 1955-2021)
"Willow Weep for Me" - Chad (1941-2020) and Jeremy
"Cathy's Clown" - The Everly Brothers (featuring Don Everly, 1937-2021)
"Don't Let The Sun Catch You Crying" - Gerry (1942-2021) and The Pacemakers
"Sugartime" - The McGuire Sisters (featuring the last of the McGuire Sisters - Phyllis McGuire, 1931-2020)
CLIP: "You Take Me Away To Another World" - Gary Morris & Crystal Gayle (Ralph Schuckett, co-composer; 1947-2021)
"Kiss An Angel Good Morning" - Charley Pride (1934-2020)
"It's Impossible" - Perry Como (music and Spanish lyrics by Armando Manzanero, 1935-2020)
"Zorba the Greek" - Herb Alpert and the Tijuana Brass (composed by Mikis Theodoris, 1925-2021)
"Miss You" - The Rolling Stones (featuring Charlie Watts, 1941-2021 on the drums)
"Nadia's Theme" - Barry DeVorzon and Perry Botkin Jr. (1933-2021)
"Harper Valley P.T.A." - Jeannie C. Riley (music and lyrics by Tom T. Hall, 1935-2021)
"Petite Fleur" - Chris Barber (1930-2021)
"Can You Read My Mind?" - Maureen McGovern (lyrics by Leslie Bricusse, 1931-2021)
"Rocky Top" - The Osborne Brothers (featuring Sonny Osborne, 1937-2021)
"Cindy's Birthday" - Johnny Crawford (1946-2021)
CLIP: "You've Got Spunk" (from The Mary Tyler Moore Show, featuring Edward Asner, 1929-2021)
"Who's Sorry Now" - The Cast of "All That Jazz", featuring Ann Reinking (1949-2020)
"Raindrops Keep Fallin' on My Head" - B.J. Thomas (1942-2021)

# 235 - Rhinestone Musical Dia De La Muerta II (Bonus)

59:59 minutes (54.93 MB)

# 235, "Rhinestone Musical Dia De La Muerta II" pays tribute to artists (mostly musicians, with some actors and songwriters) who passed away from November 2016 to October 2017.

# 313 - Musical Dia De La Muerta IV: Day Sera Sera

1:00:14 minutes (55.15 MB)

Tonight on the show, a musical salute to artists that we lost in the last 12 months, from Doris Day to Nancy Wilson, and from Ric Ocasek to The Captain from Captain & Tennille, we've got all bases loaded in 60 minutes.

# 273 - Musical Dia De La Muerta III - R-E-S-P-E-C-T

59:46 minutes (54.72 MB)

Tonight on the show, songs from musical artists who left us over the last 12 months.

# 235: A Rhinestone Musical De La Muerta

59:35 minutes (54.55 MB)

Tonight on the show, a musical tribute to artists that we have lost over the past 12 months, including Glen Campbell, Chuck Berry, Walter Becker (half of Steely Dan), Debbie Reynolds, (just this month) Tom Petty, and (just last week) Fats Domino.

# 197: A Musical Dia De La Muerta

58:37 minutes (53.67 MB)

Tonight, it's a "Day of the Dead". We pay tribute to artists whom we lost this year, in song.

"Let's Go Crazy" - Prince (1958-2016)
"Let's Dance" - David Bowie (1947-2016)
"Unforgettable" - Natalie Cole (1950-2015) & Nat King Cole
"That's The Way of the World" - Earth, Wind, and Fire (Maurice White; 1941-2016)
"Okie from Muskogee" - Merle Haggard (1937-2016)
"Pure Imagination" - Gene Wilder (1933-2016)
"You Spin Me (Like a Record)" - Dead or Alive (Pete Burns; 1959-2016)
"Sweethearts on Parade" - Pete Fountain (1930-2016), supported by the Lawrence Welk band
"Not Getting Married Today" - Company - Original Broadway Cast (starring Dean Jones, 1931-2015, and in this specific song, featuring Beth Howland; 1941-2015)
"Pretty Women" - Alan Rickman (1946-2016) with Johnny Depp
"Come Back When You Grow Up" - Bobby Vee (1943-2016)
"I Could Have Danced All Night" - Marni Nixon (1930-2016) singing on behalf of Audrey Hepburn
"Karn Evil No. 9" - Emerson (1945-2016), Lake, & Palmer

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