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Show 13 - Barbarella in Boston

Show 13 - Barbarella in Boston

Air Date:

Sunday, 30 June 2002

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  • Playlist:

    Set 1

    Open My Eyes (Nazz)

    On The Radio (Mr. Brown)

    I’m Happy Just To Dance With You (Beatles)

    Cynthia (Bruce Springsteen & E Street Band)

    Chinese Rocks (Johnny Thunders)

    And Then He Kissed Me (Crystals)

    Set 2

    You Got A Hard Time Coming (The Remains)

    Don’t Run Wild (Del Fuegos)

    No More No More (Aerosmith)

    Help You Ann (Lyres)

    Loretta  (Nervous Eaters)

    Just Can’t Wait (J. Geils)

     

    Set 3

    Put Some Hurt On You (Boss Martians)

    I’m Against It (Groucho Marx)

    I’m Against It (Ramones)

    It’s Not True (The Who)

    Anarchy In The UK (Sex Pistols)

     

    Set 4

    Epistle To Dippy (Donovan)

    My White Bicycle (Tomorrow)

    Call It Something Nice (Small Faces)

    The Lantern (Rolling Stones)

    Deserted Cities of The Heart (Cream)

     

    Set 5

    Feel A Whole Lot Better (Byrds)

    Sylvia Gray (Insomniacs)

    Can’t You See That She’s Mine (Dave Clark Five)

    Tony Rome (Nancy Sinatra)

    Baby Let Me Follow You Down (Bob Dylan)

Comments (5)

  • Steed Colliss
    05/09/2016

    "That's when aliens were aliens and spacemen women"...

    Cool show...

  • Steven Kaminsky
    08/22/2016

    "The Lantern:" I don't care what anyone says, even the Rolling Stones. "Their Satanic Majesties Request" is my favorite Rolling Stones album. It is one of my most-listened-to albums. I have the original 3D album cover. Funny, the Stones are noted for their primitive stuff, yet I like their psychedelic stuff best. The Beatles are noted for their psychedelic, artsy stuff, but I like their early stuff best.

  • Steven Kaminsky
    08/22/2016

    "Can't You see That She's Mine:" I never liked Tom Hanks much. But then I heard his speech inducting the Dave Clark Five into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Now, I like Tom Hanks, because he "get's" them. Little Steven gets the DC5, too. Too bad we won't hear their ballads on this show. They are great, too.

  • Steven Kaminsky
    08/22/2016

    Set four is one of the greatest sets ever, Little Steven.

  • Steven Kaminsky
    08/22/2016

    "Deserted Cities of the Heart:" Eric Clapton was only great when he was with "Cream." That's when people started calling him, "god." Jack Bruce's songs and Ginger Baker's drumming brought out the best in Eric. Eric needed great collaborators. He did well with the Beatles, on "While My Guitar Gently Weeps."

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