From the archive of Devil's Mischief episodes comes episode #272. Originally aired in 2009, this episode featured a special tribute to EARTHA KITT. Also, with a disproportionate amount of comic legends who were brought up to light the Menorah, we'll just have to take a plunge into the world of Judaism with the jewlicious comedy of JUDY GOLD and DAVID CROSS. And being lovers of blasphemy we must ask: how come Judaism is still not a religion deemed "OK" to pick on? DOUG STANHOPE addresses this head on with a routine that proves to be one of kind, Satanically daring, and damn hilarious.
A sad episode, as this will be the last for a little while. Yes, Lambert's Basement will be taking a brief hiatus. But fear not as the show most definitely will return! Also, don't forget that you can always visit www.RadioFreeSatan.com and listen back to some of the older episodes that are still available. As this is a rather extended show, there is a short verbal intermission in the middle where Igor tries his hand at some DIY. Is he feeling nostalgic? Who knows? Who…knows.
Duke Ellington - Take The A Train / Perdido
Eartha Kitt - I'd Rather Be Burned As A Witch
Jack Hodges The Raspberry King - Everything Is Fresh Today
Herb Alpert and The Tijuana Brass - Bean Bag
Tommy Dorsey - He's A Gypsy From Poughkeepsie / The Dipsy Doodle
Benny Carter - Jump Call
Cab Calloway - Minnie The Moocher
Dinah Shore - Ten Little Fingers
Papa Bues Viking Jazzband - When You're Smiling
Ella Fitzgerald - A Tisket, A Tasket
Fred Astaire - Puttin' On The Ritz
Glenn Miller - Moonlight Serenade
Bud Flanagan - Who Do You Think You Are Kidding, Mr Hitler?
Gene Kelly - Singin' In The Rain
**Igor's nostalgic mini-break**
Lionel Hampton - 12th Street Rag
Ben Bernie Orchestra - Livin' In The Sunlight, Lovin' In The Moonlight
The Three Suns - Danny's Inferno
Jay McShann - Swingmatism
Marlene Dietrich - Lili Marlene
Paul Anka - Smells Like Teen Spirit
Royal Air Force Squadronaires - American Patrol
Sammy Davis Jr. - The Candy Man
The Andrews Sisters - Tuxedo Junction
The Shadows - Apache
Slim Gaillard - Matzoh Balls
Marilyn Monroe - Diamonds Are A Girl's Best Friend
Woody Herman - Woodchopper's Ball
Benny Goodman - Air Mail Special / Stompin' At The Savoy
**The Cloister Bell and a fond farewell**
The Andrews Sisters - Beer Barrel Polka / Begin The Beguine
Artie Shaw - Back Bay Shuffle / Softly, As In A Morning Sunrise
**One for the road**
Vera Lynn - We'll Meet Again
Heartfelt gratitudes to all of the visitors to the Basement over the last 5 years. It has been a pleasure to bring all of you the delectable sounds of Big Band Swing and Jazz.
We will regenerate.
We will return.
Hear a few Confessions that didn't make it into some of the past episodes, including a spoken essay by Ygraine on Richard Ramirez and other pseudo-Satanists, along with an alternate but more extensive discussion with daughter Satania and Ygraine's (non)spiritual journey. Plus, an assortment of witchy tunes!
Admin note: A prior release of this post went out with audio for episode 3. This has now been corrected.
This week on Radio Free Satan, David Ingram steps out to host the Devil's Mischief. Meanwhile, Reverend Bill M. (with help from with Satanbear and Igor) hosts Lambert's Basement!
Songs with devilish themes have been around long before rock music. In fact, dozens of examples are listed in the appendix of Magistra Blanche Barton's rare book, "The Church of Satan". Tune in to hear a special hour of these diabolical jazz classics, including "Satanic Blues", "Old Devil Moon", "At the Devil's Ball", "Satan Takes a Holiday", and so much more. Don't miss it!