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Show 115  -  MONTEREY POP

Show 115 - MONTEREY POP

Air Date:

Monday, 14 June 2004

Episode 115: Monterey Pop
Do your kids hate you? Of course they do! They want to go to rock festivals this summer and you don't want to accompany them because, let's face it, you're old and boring. Well, this is your last chance to be young again before you die, as the Underground Garage this week celebrates the mother of all rock festivals, Monterey Pop. That's right. Check out the show that introduced the Who, Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin and Otis Redding to America - at least the white part. We got new music from Roy Loney and the Longshots, the Contrast, and the Boss Martians and cool sounds of Ko and the Knockouts, the Fondas, the Romantics, and the Pretty Things. Find out what Moby Grape, Bo Diddley, Kelly Osbourne, and the Electric Prunes have in common. And where else you gonna find Buffalo Springfield, Iggy Pop, the Paul Butterfield Blues Band and the New York Dolls all hanging out together? Nowhere but our house, baby! It's Monterey Pop. We'll see this weekend in the Underground Garage.
~Little Steven~

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  • Playlist:


    Intro
    Title: Monterey
    Artist: Eric Burdon and No Animals
    From: Greatest Hits (Polygram, 1990)

    Musical Bed
    Title: Endless Dream
    Artist: The Ventures
    From: Guitar Freakout/Super Psychedelics (See For Miles, 1995)
    Set 1
    Title: It Won’t Be Wrong
    Artist: The Byrds
    From: Turn! Turn! Turn! (Columbia, 1965)

    Title: Work Out
    Artist: The Fondas
    From: Coming Now (Sympathy For The Record Industry, 2003)

    Title: Pictures Of Lily
    Artist: The Who
    From: Meaty, Beaty, Big & Bouncy (MCA, 1971)

    Title: Somewhere Nowhere
    Artist: The Chesterfield Kings
    From: The Mindbending Sounds Of The Chesterfield Kings (Sundazed, 2003)

    Title: Get Me To The World On Time
    Artist: Electric Prunes
    From: I Had Too Much To Dream (Reprise, 1967)


    Musical Beds
    Title: I Got A Right
    Artist: The Stooges
    From: I Got A Right (Revenge, 1987)

    Title: Way My Baby Walks
    Artist: Blues Project
    From: Anthology (Polydor, 1997)


    Set 2
    Title: Fall On You
    Artist: Moby Grape
    From: Moby Grape (San Francisco Sound, 1967)

    Title: Rock You Up
    Artist: The Romantics
    From: In Heat (Nemperor, 1983)

    Title: No Time Like The Right Time
    Artist: Blues Project
    From: Nuggets (Rhino, 1998)

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

    Title: You Can Make It All Right
    Artist: Richard And The Young Lions
    From: N/A


    Musical Beds
    Title: Trailspotting
    Artist: Krontjong Devils
    From: Krontjong Devils On Tour (Telstar, 2000)

    Title: Dhun
    Artist: Ravi Shankar
    From: India’s Master Musician (Angel Records, 1999)


    Set 3
    Title: Born In Chicago
    Artist: Paul Butterfield Blues Band
    From: An Anthology – The Elektra Years (Elektra, 1997)

    Title: Walk Away
    Artist: The Boss Martians
    From: The Set-Up (MuSick Records, 2003)

    Title: Pretty Thing
    Artist: Bo Diddley
    From: His Best : The Chess 50th Anniversary Collection (Chess, 1997)

    Title: Come Dig Me Out
    Artist: Kelly Osbourne
    From: Changes (Sanctuary, 2003)

    Title: Down On Me
    Artist: Big Brother And The Holding Company
    From: Big Brother And The Holding Company (Columbia, 1967)


    Musical Beds
    Title: Jelly Bread
    Artist: Booker T & The MGs
    From: Complete Stax Singles (Atlantic, 1991)

    Title: Captain Soul
    Artist: The Byrds
    From: Original Singles: 1965-1967 (Sony, 1988)


    Set 4
    Title: When You Touch Me
    Artist: Reigning Sound
    From: Too Much Guitar (In The Red, 2004)

    Title: Groovin’ Is Easy
    Artist: Electric Flag
    From: A Long Time Comin’ (Columbia, 1968)

    Title: Disconnected
    Artist: The Contrast
    From: Fade Back In (Rainbow Quartz, 2004)

    Title: 1969
    Artist: Iggy And The Stooges
    From: The Stooges (Elektra, 1969)

    Title: Can You See Me?
    Artist: Jimi Hendrix Experience
    From: Are You Experienced? (MCA, 1969)


    Musical Beds
    Title: Dirtbag
    Artist: The Dillengers
    From: Instro-mania (Favored Nations, 2004)

    Title: Ah-Leu-Cha
    Artist: Miles Davis
    From: ‘Round About Midnight (Sony, 2001)


    Set 5
    Title: Nobody Does It
    Artist: Roy Loney & The Long Shots
    From: Drunkard In The Think Tank (Career, 2004)

    Title: Special Care
    Artist: Buffalo Springfield
    From: Last Time Around (Atlantic, 1969)

    Title: Talkin’ About The Good Times
    Artist: Pretty Things
    From: S.F. Sorrow (Snapper, 1968)

    Title: You’re On My Mind
    Artist: Ko & The Knockouts
    From: Ko & The Knockouts (Sympathy For The Record Industry, 2002)

    Title: The Happy Song
    Artist: Otis Redding
    From: The Immortal Otis Redding (Atco, 1968)


    Musical Bed
    Title: Cetacion
    Artist: Country Joe And The Fish
    From: Together (Vanguard, 1968)

     


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


    Recommended Reading

    Monterey International Pop Festival Box Set (Rhino Records, 1992)

    The Complete Monterey Pop Festival (DVD) (Criterion, 2002)

    It Happened In Monterey - Photographs by Elaine Mayes (Brittania Press)

    Monterey Pop: June 16-18, 1967 by Joel Selvin, Jim Marshall (Chronicle, 1992)



     

Comments (1)

  • Ben Blain
    04/04/2011

    S.F. Sorrow has to be one of the best albums of all time!

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