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Show 108  -  1958 AGAIN

Show 108 - 1958 AGAIN

Air Date:

Monday, 26 April 2004

Episode 108: 1958 Again (Updated Repeat) Are you paying attention in school?
Are you cheating off that girl at the next desk?
Are you hacking into computers to change your grades?
Well, come to the Underground Garage for the only history that really matters!
We got professor Blues Magoo, guidance counselor Dusty Springfield, and principal David Johansen along with the rest of the faculty -- and quite a few who have misplaced their faculties, like some Woggles and Yardbirds and Launderettes and Outrageous Cherries!
Come discover the secrets of the universe , the answers to all questions and, most importantly, why all modern movies really suck. . .
There's a master plan to our reigning sound so when the Strawberry Alarm Clock goes off -- meet us this weekend in the Underground Garage!
~Little Steven~

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  • Playlist:

    Intro: Title: Pump It Up
    Artist: Elvis Costello
    From: This Year’s Model (Columbia, 1978)

    Musical Bed
    Title: Theme From Mike Hammer
    Artist: Skip Martin
    From: Music from M Squad/Music from Mike Hammer (Collectibles Records, 2001)

    Set 1
    Title: Ain't Got Nothin' Yet
    Artist: Blues Magoos
    From: Nuggets (Rhino, 1998)

    Title: Baby I Don’t Care
    Artist: Transvision Vamp
    From: Baby I Don’t Care: Collection (Universal, 2002)

    Title: It’s Not True
    Artist: The Who
    From: The Who Sings My Generation (MCA 1965)

    Title: Young and Miserable
    Artist: Outrageous Cherry
    From: Supernatural Equinox (Rainbow Quartz, 2003)

    Title: Try Too Hard
    Artist: Dave Clark Five
    From: Try Too Hard (Epic, 1966)


    Musical Beds
    Title: TNT
    Artist: The Champs
    From: Wing Ding (Ace, 1993)

    Title: Peter Gunn
    Artist: Davie Allan
    From: Wild Angels & Other Themes (Curb, 1993)


    Set 2
    Title: Fire Brigade
    Artist: The Move
    From: The Best Of The Move (Repertoire, 2002)

    Title: Astral Man
    Artist: Gore Gore Girls
    From: Up All Night (Get Hip, 2002)

    Title: King Midas In Reverse
    Artist: Hollies
    From: At Abbey Road (EMI, 2000)

    Title: Straight Shooter
    Artist: Reigning Sound
    From: Time Bomb High School (In The Red, 2002)

    Title: Bad Girl
    Artist: New York Dolls
    From: New York Dolls (Mercury, 1973)


    Musical Beds
    Title: Rebel Rouser
    Artist: Duane Eddy
    From: Rock Instrumental Classics: Volume 1: The Fifties (Rhino Records, 1994)

    Title: M Squad Theme
    Artist: Stanley Wilson
    From: Music from M Squad/Music from Mike Hammer (Collectibles Records, 2001)


    Set 3
    Title: Shapes of Things
    Artist: Yardbirds
    From: Yardbirds Story: 1963-66 (Charly, 2002)

    Title: Hard Lovin’ Man
    Artist: Fleshtones
    From: Do You Swing? (Yep Roc, 2003)

    Title: You Don’t Love Me
    Artist: Birds
    From: Collector’s Guide To Rare British Birds (Deram 1999)

    Title: Stay Awhile
    Artist: Dusty Springfield
    From: Stay Awhile/I Only Want To Be With You (Taragon, 1997)

    Title: Already Warned You
    Artist: Woggles
    From: Ragged…But Right (Telstar 2003)

    Title: Roadrunner
    Artist: Aerosmith
    From: Honkin’ On Bobo (Sony, 2004)


    Musical Beds
    Title: Sea-N-Shore
    Artist: Krontjong Devils
    From: Krontjong Devils On Tour (Telstar, 2000)

    Title: E.S.P
    Artist: Miles Davis Quintet
    From: Miles Davis Quintet (Sony, 1998)


    Set 4
    Title: Stride of the Mind
    Artist: Patti Smith
    From: Trampin’ (Columbia 2004)

    Title: Detroit Slums
    Artist: Back In Spades
    From: The Time Is Now (Back In Spades, 2003)

    Title: City Slang
    Artist: Sonic's Rendezvous Band
    From: City Slang (Rhythmic Arts, 1999)

    Title: Little Know It All
    Artist: Iggy Pop
    From: Skull Ring (Virgin, 2003)

    Title: Find Something Beautiful
    Artist: Master Plan
    From: Colossus Of Destiny (Total Energy, 2004)

    Title: Boys
    Artist: The Beatles
    From: Please Please Me (Parlophone, 1963)


    Musical Beds
    Title: Action Plus
    Artist: The Ventures
    From: Journey To The Stars

    Title: Theme From Bonanza
    Artist: Jay Livingston & Ray Evans
    From: 25th Anniversary Collection: TV Classic Themes


    Set 5
    Title: Lets Dance
    Artist: The Ramones
    From: The Ramones (Sire, 1976)

    Title: Take Me To The Race
    Artist: The Launderettes
    From: Take Me To The Race (Big Dipper Records, 2003)

    Title: Incense and Peppermints
    Artist: Strawberry Alarm Clock
    From: Incense & Peppermints: Collection (MCA Special Products, 1995)

    Title: Ansaphone
    Artist: Contrast
    From: Wireless Days (Rainbow Quartz, 2002)

    Title: Parachute Woman
    Artist: Rolling Stones
    From: Beggars Banquet (Decca, 1968)


    Musical Bed
    Title: Tempest
    Artist: Los Straitjackets
    From: Velvet Touch Of Los Straitjackets (Yep Roc, 1999)

     


    OUTRO

    Title: Blues Theme
    Artist: Davie Allan and the Arrows
    From: The Wild Angels And Other Themes (Curb, 1993)


    Recommended Reading

     


Comments (4)

  • sdgakatbk
    05/04/2011

    One of my favorite shows. Hey, any show with Transvision Vamp can't be all bad!

  • CHUCK BERRY ROCK AND ROLL MUSIC MAN
    01/10/2012

    ROCK AND ROLL IS SATAN'S MUSIC. THE DEVIL'S MUSIC.

    " Rap and Hip Hop are just other forms of rock music" We are living in a world where people have an eclectic music taste.

    "Listen friend, Rock 'N' Roll music, rap, and Hip Hop are works of Satan, and such music invokes evil spirits (demons). Hip Hop = The Devil. Don't believe it? Then listen to some of the Devil's children themselves concerning rock music (and by the way, Rap and Hip Hop are just other forms of rock music). The hallmark trait of Rock music is its driving devilish BEAT. Take away the beat and NOT one rap/hip hop album would sell."

    Rock and Roll History(Here is how ROCK AND ROLL evolved). BLUES, R&B, ROCK, COUNTRY, REGGAE, AND HIP HOP. Most music GENRES have the Rock and Roll driving devilish beat in it which invokes evil spirits (demons).

    CHUCK BERRY CREATED ROCK AND ROLL MUSIC OUT OF R&B FOR A WHITE AUDIENCE BECAUSE R&B WAS NOT ACCEPTED BY WHITES. ELVIS FOLLOWED CHUCK BERRY AND STARTED TO PLAY ROCK MUSIC TOO.THE BEATLES AND THE ROLLING STONES (BRITISH INVASION ) FOLLOWED ETC. Remember the following,

    "The hallmark trait of Rock music is its driving devilish BEAT which invokes evil spirits (demons)."

    ENJOY ROCK AND ROLL MY FRIENDS.I ENJOY IT TOO.

    NOW YOU KNOW WHY MOST ROCK MUSICIANS HAVE TRAGIC DEATHS WHILE OTHERS SEEM TO LIVE FOREVER LIKE THE ROLLING STONES. Remember any music genre that has the Rock and Roll driving devilish beat invokes evil spirits (demons).

    ROCK AND ROLL IS SATAN BUSIC. THE DEVIL'S MUSIC.

  • Marilyn Krupa
    01/30/2014

    Who is doing the bit about parental bumper stickers? Great.

  • Marilyn Krupa
    01/30/2014

    bumper stickers: George Carlin?

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