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Show 121  -  LOVE

Show 121 - LOVE

Air Date:

Monday, 26 July 2004

Episode 121: LOVE
Are you lonely? Did your wife take off with your accountant because he has a more exciting life than you do? Did your girlfriend split with your brother because he reminded her of you? Does your hand creep unconsciously toward the phone late at night when the blow up doll commercial comes on? Did the town hooker ever turn you down because you weren't her type?
Well join us this week in the Underground Garage where we explore love and all of its horrors. And helping us to explain the mysteries of romantic frustration are the Beatles, the Rolling Stones, the Kinks, the Byrds, and the Ramones. New music from the Sahara Hotnights, the Forty-Fives, the Reigning Sound, the Paybacks, the High Dials and very cool stuff from Social Distortion, Rocket from the Crypt, Dion and Them.

Find out what Arthur Alexander, Bob Dylan, and Sam Kinison have in common as we put forth the theory that all you need is love… But a little cash never hurts.
~Little Steven~

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  • Playlist:


    Intro
    Title: Alone Again Or
    Artist: Love
    From: Forever Changes (Elektra, 1967)

    Musical Bed
    Title: Just To Be With You
    Artist: Paul Butterfield Blues Band
    From: An Anthology – The Elektra Years (Elektra, 1998)
    Set 1
    Title: Nobody Loves And Leaves Alive
    Artist: Lost Boys
    From: Nobody Loves And Leaves Alive (N/A)

    Title: Don’t Bother Me
    Artist: The Beatles
    From: With The Beatles (Capitol, 1963)

    Title: Who Do You Dance For?
    Artist: Sahara Hotnights
    From: Kiss And Tell (RCA, 2004)

    Title: Lovers Who Wander
    Artist: Dion
    From: Lovers Who Wander/So Why Didn’t You Do That The First Time? (Ace UK, 1993)

    Title: When I’m Gone
    Artist: Paybacks
    From: Harder And Harder (Get Hip, 2004)


    Musical Beds
    Title: Glass Packed
    Artist: Evan Foster
    From: Instrumentals (Musick Recordings, 2004)

    Title: One Last Kiss
    Artist: Conrad Birdy
    From: “Bye Bye Birdie” (Movie)


    Set 2
    Title: Cherry, Cherry Coupe
    Artist: Beach Boys
    From: Little Deuce Coupe (Capitol, 1963)

    Title: Fields In Glass
    Artist: High Dials
    From: Fields in Glass (EP) (Rainbow Quartz, 2004)

    Title: Thoughts and Words
    Artist: The Byrds
    From: Younger Than Yesterday (Columbia, 1967)

    Title: Keep Your Hands Off My Baby
    Artist: Little Eva
    From: The Best Of Little Eva (Collectables, 1988)

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


    Musical Beds
    Title: No Matter What Shape
    Artist: The Ventures
    From: Journey To The Stars (Bert, 2001)

    Title: Everyone Says I Love You
    Artist: Groucho Marx
    From: “Horsefeathers” (Movie)


    Set 3
    Title: Sad Day
    Artist: The Rolling Stones
    From: Singles Collection: The London Years (Abkco, 1989)

    Title: You Better Move On
    Artist: Arthur Alexander
    From: Greatest Hits (Ace, 1993)

    Title: Daddy Rolling Stone
    Artist: The Forty-Fives
    From: High Life, High Volume (Yep Roc, 2004)

    Title: The World Keeps Goin’ Round
    Artist: The Kinks
    From: The Kink Kontroversy (Reprise, 1966)

    Title: Danger—Heartbreak Dead Ahead
    Artist: The Marvelettes
    From: 20th Century Masters: Millenium Collections – The Best Of The Marvelettes (Polygram, 2000)


    Musical Beds
    Title: The Ox
    Artist: The Who
    From: The Who Sings My Generation (MCA, 1965)

    Title: Duran (Take 4)
    Artist: Miles Davis
    From: The Complete Jack Johnson Sessions (Sony, 2003)


    Set 4
    Title: Heart Of A Rat
    Artist: Rocket From The Crypt
    From: Group Sounds (Vagrant, 2001)

    Title: I Can’t See You
    Artist: Freddy & The Four Gone Conclusions
    From: The Wigged Out Sounds of Freddy and the Four Gone Conclusions (Get Hip, 2003)

    Title: Through These Eyes
    Artist: Social Distortion
    From: White Light, White Heat, White Trash (Epic, 1996)

    Title: Love Song
    Artist: Sam Kinison
    From: TBA

    Title: Why Is It Always This Way
    Artist: The Ramones
    From: Rocket To Russia (Sire, 1977)


    Musical Beds
    Title: Have You Heard?
    Artist: John Mayall
    From: John Mayall’s Blues Breakers With Eric Clapton (Universal, 2001)

    Title: Off The Wall
    Artist: Paul Butterfield Blues Band
    From: An Anthology – Elektra Years (Elektra/Asylum, 1998)


    Set 5
    Title: Maggie’s Farm
    Artist: Bob Dylan
    From: Bringing It All Back Home (Columbia, 1965)

    Title: I Can’t Believe
    Artist: Apples In Stereo
    From: Discovery Of A World Inside The Moone (SpinArt, 2000)

    Title: It Takes A Lot To Laugh, It Takes A Train To Cry
    Artist: Kooper/Stills
    From: Super Session (Columbia, 1968)

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

    Title: It’s All Over Now, Baby Blue
    Artist: Them
    From: The Story Of Them Featuring Van Morrison (Polygram, 1998)


    Musical Bed
    Title: The Sky Is Crying
    Artist: Elmore James
    From: The Sky Is Crying – The History Of Elmore James (Rhino, 1993)


    Outro

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


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Comments (1)

  • Steed Colliss
    04/03/2013

    In set three, the Forty-Fives' song is "Go Ahead and Shout" and not "Daddy Rolling Stone"...

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