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The Underground Garage: Home / The Radio Show / Archived Shows / Shows 99-1 / Shows 19-10 / Show 18 - Manhattan
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Show 18 - Manhattan

Show 18 - Manhattan

Air Date:

Sunday, 04 August 2002

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  • Playlist:

    Set 1

    Paperback Writer (Beatles)

    I  Can Only Give  You Everything (Them)

    Sometimes Good Guys Don’t Wear White (Standells)

    French Song (Joan Jett & The Blackhearts)

    Don’t Bring Me Down (The Animals)

    Bye Bye Baby (Creatures Of The Golden Dawn)

    Set 2

    All Around The World (The Jam)

    I Can See For Miles (The Who)

    They Don’t Know (Tracey Ullman)

    Circumstantial Evidence  (Stiv Bators)

    Look Through Any Window (Hollies)

     

    Set 3

    Lonesome Day (Bruce Springsteen & E Street Band)

    Shake Some Action (Flamin Groovies)

    I Wonder (The Gants)

    C’mon Everybody (Eddie Cochran)

    Come On Now (Ramones)

     

    Set 4

    Girls Of Summer (Aerosmith)

    She’s Wicked (Fuzztones)

    She’s A Rainbow (Rolling Stones)

    She’s Only Cool (Cotton Mather)

    She’s So Fine (Jimi Hendrix Experience)

     

    Set 5

    Ain’t No Room (The Vines)

    Come On Over To My Side (Mockers)

    Give Him A Great Big Kiss (Shangri La’s)

    Steppin' Out (Paul Revere & The Raiders)

    Cold Metal (Iggy Pop)

Comments (4)

  • Steven Kaminsky
    09/14/2016

    "Look Through Any Window" was written by Graham Gouldman, whom Little Steven often mentions. He wrote Bus Stop, No Milk Today, Listen People, East West, For Your Love, etc.

  • Steven Kaminsky
    09/14/2016

    Sometimes vocal harmony approaches the sublime. This is what you hear in the Hollies. Not many groups approached the sublime. You can hear the voice of God in the Everly Brothers and the Beach Boys, the transcendent in the Mamas and Papas. I thank Graham Nash for his contribution to the magic of the Hollies, but I can't forgive him for going to the tepid Crosby, Still, and Nash. All three of those guys came from better groups than CSN.

  • Steven Kaminsky
    09/17/2016

    This is the 18th show. Looking at the Rolling Stones' songs Little Steven has played, it looks like more of them have come from the "Their Satanic Majesties' Request" album, than any other. He might not want to admit it, but I think that, like me, that album is his favorite Stones album. Think if "Dandelion" and "We Love You" had been on it, instead of that one long, weird cut.

  • Steven Kaminsky
    09/17/2016

    Who sings better rock 'n roll than Mark Lindsay of Paul Revere and the Raiders?

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